With the addition of the billionaire candidate Michael Bloomberg, the prime time forum on NBC and MSNBC drew nearly 20 million viewers, beating the Golden Globes and Grammys.
erin mccann |Last night’s viewership totals across the two networks outperformed two other live prime-time events, the Grammy Awards (18.7 million viewers on CBS) and the Golden Globes (18.3 million on NBC).
The Trump campaign is skeptical that it’s the president’s signature, but authenticators disagree. At least one expert thinks the document could bring six figures.
erin mccann |How can anyone be sure Trump signed the report? And how did it end up on a South Jersey auction site? A search for answers offers a window into the secretive world of autograph sales and ultimately pivots on the word of a retired competitive eater.
When Sauntore Thomas, 44, tried to deposit settlement checks at a bank, he was asked where he got the money, a lawsuit claiming discrimination says.
erin mccann |He said he was told to take his hands out of his pockets, which he did, and go to a back room, which he refused to do. “He thought I was a threat,” Mr. Thomas said. “I was just trying to do some banking.”
The O.G. lineup of Australian children's act The Wiggles are planning a brushfire benefit show in Sydney to raise funds for the Australian Red Cross and the NSW Wildlife Information and Rescue Education Services.
erin mccann |Original Wiggles Reuniting to Raise Funds For Australian Fire Relief
Gerald W. Cotten, the C.E.O. of Quadriga CX, was the only one who knew crucial passwords, the company said. When he died, users could not recover millions in their accounts. Now they want proof he is actually dead.
erin mccann |"with law enforcement officials in two countries investigating potential wrongdoing at the firm, frustrated investors want definitive proof that Mr. Cotten is actually dead."
The doctored photo appeared to use an image of a 2017 Medal of Honor ceremony. The recipient had saved the lives of 10 men in Vietnam.
erin mccann |In an interview on Wednesday, Mr. McCloughan, 73, who had not seen the image before a reporter sent it to him, said that he interpreted it as Mr. Trump recognizing the dog’s heroism. He was not offended and laughed when he compared the two images.
A student directed the slur at Marlon Anderson, and Mr. Anderson said he repeated it as he was trying to explain why it was offensive.
erin mccann |A Wisconsin school security assistant will be rehired after he was terminated last week for repeating a racist slur while telling a student not to use it, union officials said, following days of public outcry and protests by students and teachers.