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.
The comfortable American dream doesn't compare to this paradise town in Costa Rica, writes Frederick Haywood.
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This week, the Trump administration detailed new immigration plans that would expand the pool of...
Kellyanne Conway, once the most visible spokesperson for the Trump White House, has been sidelined from television appearances for making statements that were at odds with the administration's official stance, White House sources told CNNMoney on Wednesday. Conway has not given a television interview since early last week. On that Monday, she claimed that former National Security Adviser Michael Flynn had the president's "full confidence." Hours later, Flynn resigned. The following day, Conway claimed Flynn had offered to resign, even though White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer said Trump had asked Flynn for his resignation. She has not given a television interview since then. Those statements,
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.
As Indiana’s 2016-17 basketball season continues to spiral all to hell, speculation’s undoubtedly ramping up about Tom Crean’s future in Bloomington. I wrote last week that it wouldn’t shock me to see Crean seek an exit from Bloomington, just out of self-preservation. According to Yahoo’s Pat Forde, that won’t be the Indiana head man’s first option. After Mark Gottfried’s odd mid-season firing at NC State, some speculated that Raleigh could be a soft landing spot for Crean - and the type of mid-level, decent Power 5 job where he could succeed. Forde calls that a non-starter according to “industry sources” in his column this week, before elaborating more on the reasons. But widespread speculation