Thanks to Senate confirmation hearings, we now have hours and hours of video of Judge Brett Kavanaugh at our disposal. Kavanaugh has reason to be scared - he has had multiple sexual assault allegations brought against him, and on Thursday, Dr. Christine Blasey Ford is slated to testify in front of the Senate Judiciary Committee about the night he allegedly drunkenly forced himself on her in high school. On Monday night, Kavanaugh and his wife Ashley sat down for a largely friendly interview with Fox News' Martha MacCallum in which he asked for a "fair process where I can be heard and I can defend my integrity" 12 times.
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Mary Kay Letourneau and Vili Fualaau's daughters speak out about their parents' infamous relationship: 'It doesn't feel any different'
The 19- and 21-year-old daughters of the notorious couple spoke out in an interview with their parents.
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- President Donald Trump appeared to go off-script after boasting about his administration's accomplishments. - He went on to defend his June meeting with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un and some of the controversial moves he's made at the United Nations. - Called for nations to isolate Iran and reprimanded OPEC nations for hiking oil prices.
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Bill Cosby sentencing - LIVE: Judge to give sentence any moment on last day of hearing after ruling comedian 'sexually violent predator'
Bill Cosby is set to be sentenced by a court in Pennsylvania over his sexual assault conviction - and could face years in prison. Judge Steven O'Neill has ruled that Cosby is a "sexually violent predator" which means the once-beloved TV comedian is being placed on the sex offender’s registry sent to neighbours, schools and victims. The distinction also requires Cosby to undergo a lifetime of counselling and to report quarterly to authorities.
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For a while on Monday night, it appeared that Buccaneers quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick may have done that “something dramatically bad” that could have gotten him yanked from the starting lineup upon Tuesday morning’s return of quarterback Jameis Winston. But then Fitzpatrick forget about a forgettable first half and nearly erased a 20-point deficit with what [more]
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“Joker” director Todd Phillips has released another first look at Joaquin Phoenix from the DC film, this time showing fans the true face of the Clown Prince of Crime. “Work,” Phillips captioned the image on Instagram, which shows Phoenix in a full-fledged clown costume, including the big shoes, yellow frizzy hair and a small top hat. “Joker” has been described as a character study and a “cautionary tale,” depicting how Phoenix’s Arthur - as he is named in this supervillain origin tale - is so beaten and neglected by the brutal world of Gotham City that his mind breaks, transforming him into Batman’s most infamous nemesis.
Lorne Michaels has stayed silent, but "Saturday Night Live" actor Pete Davidson is coming to his boss' defense.