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Meghan Markle's actress friend Janina Gavankar says no designers wanted to dress her for the royal wedding
After reaching out to several designers and being turned down, the actress chose a vintage look.
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A 16-year-old boy is in custody after being accused of first-degree murder for allegedly hitting a Baltimore County police officer with a car, according to charging documents. Three other suspects -- all teenage boys -- were also taken into custody in connection with the Monday killing of officer Amy Caprio, police said. The incident began as the teen sat in a Jeep Wrangler while the three other suspects burglarized a Baltimore County home, according to the documents.
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Internationally renowned martial arts action hero Jet Li, who now has several health ailments, is virtually unrecognizable in new fan photo.
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CA Bill Would Extend Medicaid Coverage to Illegal Immigrants: Sabato Says State Being 'Run Into Sewer'
Republican congressional candidate Antonio Sabato Jr. said that California Gov. Jerry Brown (D) is running the state "into the sewer" after a bill was proposed to give health care to illegal immigrants. State Sen. Ricardo Lara (D), who wrote the bill, said that "California has never waited for the federal government ... to be able to take leadership on a whole host of issues." The bill would expand Medicaid, which covers children regardless of immigration status, to cover adult illegal immigrants as well. "I completely disagree with the way Jerry Brown has been running this state," Sabato Jr. said. "He's running it into the water, into the sewer." He called the bill "completely unconstitutional"
On Monday, President Donald Trump summoned Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein, FBI Director Christopher Wray, and Director of National Intelligence Dan Coats to the Oval Office and demanded to see documents related to the ongoing investigation of his own campaign. At issue is the FBI’s use of an informant who communicated with members of the Trump campaign team. Trump has inaccurately described the man, who has been widely reported as Cambridge professor Stefan Halper - a highly regarded veteran of previous Republican administrations - as a “spy.” The issue of Halper’s role as an informant has lately been pushed by House Intelligence Chairman Devin Nunes, who has consistently worked in tandem
Here’s the grim stat: In the past 14 days, two dozen broadcast series have been euthanized. It was one of the ugliest, most brutal cancellation stretches since, well, last May. And although the worst is over, the death toll could still rise; NBC, Fox and CBS have yet to issue verdicts on Timeless, LA to Vegas, and Code Black, respectively. On the plus side, as Matt Mitovich noted in his annual “Cancelled Shows: Fun Facts!” feature, the total body count among freshman shows - at least percentage-wise - actually dipped year-over year (51 percent of the series that debuted during the 2017-18 TV season were terminated vs. 54 percent the previous season). So… yay! As we continue to process our shock,
In September 2017, House Speaker Paul Ryan traveled to a Harley-Davidson plant in Menomonee Falls, Wisconsin, to tout the Republican tax bill, which President Trump would sign later that year. “Tax reform can put American manufacturers and American companies like Harley-Davidson on a much better footing to compete in the global economy and keep jobs here in America,” Ryan told workers and company leaders. Four months later and 500 miles away in Kansas City, Missouri, 800 workers at a Harley-Davidson factory were told they would lose their jobs when the plant closed its doors and shifted operations to a facility in York, Pennsylvania - a net loss of 350 jobs. Workers and union representatives