SANDUSKY, Ohio (AP) - A caretaker at an assisted living center who police say was filmed performing a sexually provocative dance on a 100-year-old resident was doing it as a prank and trying to make the man feel good, her attorney said.
After revealing that he has been battling dementia since 2015, David Cassidy is opening up about his complicated relationships with his two children - Beau and Katie. “I’ve never had a relationship with her,” Cassidy, 66, exclusively tells PEOPLE of his only daughter - who has appeared on Gossip Girl and Arrow. “I’m proud of her,” adds Cassidy.
Coming in at around $86 billion, Bill Gates has ridden his Microsoft (MSFT) fortune straight to the top of the Forbes list of the world’s richest men. If it did, there’d likely be a new top dog, according to reports that revisited the idea that Vladimir Putin’s net worth, virtually impossible to measure, tops $200 billion. “I believe that [Putin is worth] $200 billion,” he once told CNN.
The Clinton/Obama Benghazi scandal is not over. Not by a long shot. Last week we released 54 pages of State Department documents, including a transcript of a September 12, 2012, telephone conference call with congressional staffers in which then-Under Secretary of State for Management Patrick Kennedy admitted that the deadly terrorist assault on the Benghazi Consulate was not “under cover of protest,” but was, in fact, “a direct breaching attack.” The documents were produced in response to a January 29, 2016, Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) lawsuit that was filed against the State Department after it failed to respond to an August 27, 2015, FOIA request (Judicial Watch v. U.S. Department of
The justices ruled 8-0 that Ehlena Fry, 13, and her parents may not be obligated to go through time-consuming administrative appeals with the local school board before suing for damages for the emotional distress she said she suffered by being denied the assistance of her dog, a goldendoodle named Wonder. The justices sent the case back to a lower appeals court to determine whether Ehlena's complaint involves the impermissible denial of a proper special education.
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) got an earful from an angry constituent at a luncheon in Kentucky on Tuesday. The exchange began innocently enough, with the woman saying she loved McConnell. “Thank you,” he replied. “I needed that.” But he wouldn’t thank her for what she said next. Check it out: The unidentified voter berated McConnell over jobs and health care, saying: “The last I heard, these coal jobs are not coming back and now these people don’t have the insurance they need because they’re poor. And they work those coal mines, and they’re sick, the veterans are sick, the veterans are broken down, they’re not getting what they need.” Here’s McConnell’s reaction: “If you can
Tony Moreno, 23, faces 70 years in prison for the July 5, 2015, incident on a span linking Middletown and Portland over the Connecticut River, according to multiple reports. PEOPLE’s calls to his attorney, Norman A. Pattis, were not immediately returned, but after the verdict Pattis told reporters Moreno planned to appeal, adding, “I’m disappointed the jury did not credit what Mr. Moreno had to say,” according to the Hartford Courant. On the night Moreno killed his son Aaden by throwing him 90 feet down into the water, Moreno had testified that he was suicidal.