- Celebrity Cosmopolitan
Caitlyn Jenner Claims Kourtney Kardashian Believed O.J. Simpson's Not Guilty Verdict Right After the Trial
Caitlyn then banned her and Kim from saying his name in the house.
- Politics Reuters
A day after U.S. Senator Kamala Harris ended her 2020 presidential bid, former Vice President Joe Biden, a leading contender for the Democratic nomination, said on Wednesday he would consider her as a potential running mate. Biden, with whom Harris clashed during a Democratic debate earlier this year, praised her after a campaign event in Ames, Iowa. “Senator Harris has the capacity to be anything she wants to be,” Biden told reporters, according to a video posted by CBS News.
- U.S. Associated Press
A nephew of 1930s gangster John Dillinger needs a cemetery's permission to exhume the notorious criminal's Indianapolis gravesite to prove whether he's actually buried there, a judge ruled Wednesday in dismissing the nephew's lawsuit against the cemetery. Marion County Superior Court Judge Timothy Oakes granted Crown Hill Cemetery's motion to dismiss Michael Thompson's lawsuit, saying Indiana law requires the cemetery's consent.
- Entertainment Variety
Will Smith Responds to Co-Star Mena Massoud’s Claim That He Hasn’t Had Any Auditions Since ‘Aladdin’
Will Smith has spoken out in support of his "Aladdin" co-star Mena Massoud, who said in an interview that he hasn't had a single audition since he starred in the Disney live-action remake, which hit theaters back in May. When told about Massoud's claim on the red carpet for his upcoming animated film "Spies in […]
- Politics The Daily Beast
Fox News legal analyst Gregg Jarrett spun an interesting theory on Wednesday morning, claiming that it is possible that Rep. Devin Nunes (R-CA) didn’t speak to Trump attorney Rudy Giuliani and Giuliani henchman Lev Parnas this past spring because “somebody else” may have used his phone.Call logs included in the House Intelligence Committee’s impeachment report revealed that Nunes, the ranking member of the committee, was involved in extensive communications with Giuliani, Parnas, conservative columnist John Solomon, and the White House in April. The phone calls took place during Giuliani’s Ukraine dirt-digging mission and campaign to discredit then-U.S. Ambassador to Ukraine Marie Yovanovitch.During Wednesday morning’s broadcast of Fox & Friends, co-host Brian Kilmeade said that the only new thing he saw in the impeachment report was “this communication between Devin Nunes, Rudy Giuliani, and the White House.”“In what way, if any, is that problematic?” Kilmeade wondered aloud. Notably, the Fox host did not mention Parnas, the indicted business associate of Giuliani who has become a key figure in the impeachment inquiry.“We just don’t know,” Jarrett replied. “We don’t know the details. In fact, it’s a call log.”“Does that mean that Devin Nunes was actually on the call or somebody else?” Jarrett continued. “And we don’t know the import of it. You know, frankly, I don’t trust Adam Schiff. He has a long and distinguished track record of deception and lies.”While some of the calls in question originated from Nunes’ phone, there were many other calls in which Nunes was the recipient, including one conversation that lasted more than eight minutes from Parnas.Jarrett, meanwhile, isn’t the only Trump-boosting Fox News personality pushing an alternative theory to explain away why the Nunes calls aren’t a big deal. During an interview with Nunes on Tuesday night, Fox News host Sean Hannity claimed his “sources” were telling him that three of the four Parnas calls merely featured Giuliani using Parnas’ phone.Nunes would go on to say that it was “possible” that he spoke to Parnas during that time but that he doesn’t “really recall that name.”Read more at The Daily Beast.Get our top stories in your inbox every day. Sign up now!Daily Beast Membership: Beast Inside goes deeper on the stories that matter to you. Learn more.