Your curb appeal is about to be scary good.
The entire neighborhood stops by on October 31, so fix up the front porch and yard with these cool products and easy DIYs. Your house will be the talk of the town, and trick-or-treaters will feel especially welcome—or maybe too scared to approach the front door, depending on the Halloween vibe you're going for. Feeling ambitious? Go for a bonus round of Halloween wreaths and DIY decorations.
Dave: Back in 1998 when Bill Clinton was impeached, House Judiciary Committee member Jerrold Nadler (D-NY) objected to the idea that everything found by an independent prosecutor should get published for all to see. Nadler told Charlie Rose that Ken Starr’s report might contain “all kinds of material that it would be unfair to release,” including “statements which may or may not be true by various witnesses.” Besides, Nadler argued at the time, releasing grand-jury material violated federal law.