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'This dude has all the tapes': Tom Arnold says he and Michael Cohen are teaming up to take down Trump
Comedian Tom Arnold says he's teaming up with President Donald Trump's longtime lawyer Michael Cohen to take down the president, in what appeared to be another in a line of signals Cohen has sent to Trump in recent days. Arnold is working on a Vice show "The Hunt for Trump Tapes." It features Arnold hunting for unsavory recordings of the president. The idea for the show was sparked by the release of the infamous "Access Hollywood" tape prior to the presidential election, on which Trump was heard boasting of groping women. The comedian told NBC News on Friday that Cohen - who is under criminal investigation in the Southern District of New York on suspicion of campaign-finance violations, bank fraud, wire fraud, illegal lobbying, and more - spoke with him for the show, which is expected to air later in the year.
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There’s no question that Meghan Markle’s style has evolved since her marriage to Prince Harry. For her first appearance earlier this week at Royal Ascot, the new Duchess of Sussex stunned in a white silk shirtdress by Givenchy and an eye-catching black and white custom Philip Treacy hat. Given that Meghan has access to the very best of everything-not to mention the ready-24/7 advice of the world’s most-sought after stylists-this fashion faux pas seems particularly strange, to say the least.
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Ready to feel old? Archaeologists have completed a five-day excavation at Woodstock - yes, where the 49-year-old music festival took place - in an effort to locate the exact spot where Jimi Hendrix, The Who, Janis Joplin and other rock legends jammed out. “The overall point of this investigation is to kind of define the stage space,” explained project director Josh Anderson, of Binghamton University. The school’s Public Archaeology Facility conducted the Woodstock dig with help from the Museum at Bethel Woods and Bethel Woods Center for the Arts, both located on Max Yasgur’s old Bethel, NY, dairy farm, where the “three days of peace and music” took place Aug. 15-17, 1969. Every year, hundreds
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Caption Close MADISON, Wis. (AP) - A judge on Thursday sentenced a former University of Wisconsin-Madison student to three years in prison for sexually assaulting three female students and choking or stalking two others. Dane County Circuit Judge Stephen Ehlke also sentenced Alec Cook, 22, of Minnesota to eight years of extended supervision once he's released from prison. Cook pleaded guilty to the charges in February. Prosecutors were seeking 19 years behind bars, while defense attorneys sought probation with the possibility of jail time. Ehlke said he had to give Cook credit for having no criminal record, no bail violations and sparing the victims a trial. The judge said he hoped that the end
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China is slamming the US with $34 billion in tariffs - here are the states that will be hurt the most
The collateral damage from President Donald Trump's trade fight with China could soon have some states feeling the squeeze. China announced tariffs on $50 billion worth of imports from the US in response to Trump's tariffs on Chinese imports, an escalation of the brewing trade war between the two countries. Also mirroring Trump's move, China's tariffs will be deployed in two waves - the first covering $34 billion worth of goods coming in early July. The Chinese tariffs are focused on energy and agricultural products, covering goods including ornamental fish, whiskey, and coal. By singling out certain goods, the Chinese are also hitting some states harder than others. To breakdown the effect by
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Terry Miller and Andraya Yearwood have faced backlash in their Connecticut community for their track and field accomplishments.
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The Virginia-class is orders of magnitude quieter and offers far better sensors and carries more weapons. The newer vessels are far more effective against threats like the Kilo than their Los Angeles-class predecessors. Buying as many Virginias as possible becomes especially important as more and more potential adversaries procure advanced diesel-electric boats like the Kilo or the even more capable Russian-built Amur.