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The Aziz Ansari story is a mess, but so are the arguments against it What happens when an important sexual misconduct story falls into the lap of a media startup with more scandals than scoops? By Kaitlyn Tiffany Jan 17, 2018, 12:40pm EST. share · tweet · Linkedin · Babe / Facebook. When a little-known website called  White House official: House intel panel broke an agreement on limiting scope of questions for Bannon The White House believed it had an agreement with the House Intelligence Committee to limit questions for Steve Bannon only to events on the presidential campaign, a White House official told CNBC. According to the official, who spoke on the condition  Gold medal monster: Victims recount years of abuse by USA Gymnastics doctor Larry Nassar A victim makes her "impact statement" to Larry Nassar during a sentencing hearing as he puts his head down in front of Judge Rosemarie Aquilina in district court on Tuesday, Jan. 16, 2018, in Lansing, Mich. Nassar has pleaded guilty to molesting  North and South Korean Teams to March as One at Olympics HONG KONG — North and South Korea agreed on Wednesday to have their athletes march together under one flag at the opening ceremony of the Winter Olympics next month and to field a joint women's ice hockey team, the most dramatic gesture of  When will all this snow freeze on Charlotte's roads? Charlotte Mecklenburg Police responded to 141 wrecks between 7 a.m. and noon Wednesday, and state troopers took 700 service calls, including more than 500 crashes. The worst is yet to come. Hourly forecasts for the Charlotte region show that  The US is doubling down in Syria — but officials won't say why Syrian Democratic Forces SDF Arab Kurdish Fighters Raqqa Syria Arab and Kurdish fighters with the U.S.-backed Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF), pose for a picture as they prepare to move to the front line to battle against the Islamic State militants, in  Former classmate charged in slaying of Blaze Bernstein Orange County prosecutors charged a former schoolmate of Ivy League college student Blaze Bernstein with murder on Wednesday. Samuel Woodward, 20, was arrested Friday after DNA evidence at the crime scene in Borrego Park and inside his car tied him to  Nintendo's about to unveil something new for Switch that's aimed at kids, and no one knows what it is The only information we have about the upcoming reveal is that it's a "new interactive experience" for the Nintendo Switch, the company's newest console. We also know that the announcement is aimed at kids and "those who are kids at heart." What is  InTouch to Drop 5000 Words From Stormy Daniels on Sex With Trump According to a magazine source, the transcript contains details of '[w]hat he's like in bed, pillow talk, she talks about what he's like down there...' Erin Gloria Ryan. 01.17.18 11:35 AM ET. exclusive. Gabe Ginsberg/Getty. On Wednesday, InTouch  9 Suspects Face Hazing Charges in Death of FSU Fraternity Pledge Andrew Coffey The Pi Kappa Phi fraternity house is seen near Florida State University in Tallahassee, Fla., on Nov. 7, 2017. AP—REX/Shutterstock. By Katie Reilly. 11:32 AM EST. Police announced hazing charges on Tuesday against nine men in the November death of  Trump's 'Fake News Awards' are shaping up to be a total flop President Trump, former star of “The Apprentice,” knows how to put on a show. Yet his “Fake News Awards” are shaping up to be a total flop. Trump will name “the most corrupt & biased of the Mainstream Media” on Wednesday, according to a Jan. 7 tweet  Arizona Republican Sen. Jeff Flake compares Trump's press attacks to Stalin in fiery Senate floor speech Outgoing Arizona Republican Sen. Jeff Flake launched a fiery attack on President Trump Wednesday over Trump's criticisms of the media -- alleging that the president pushes “pernicious fantasies,” uses Stalinist language and causes global instability by  UK Appoints a Minister for Loneliness LONDON — Since Britain voted to leave the European Union more than a year ago, Europeans have mockingly said that the decision will result in an isolated, lonely island nation. But Britain, in fact, already has a serious problem with loneliness  Who is Jessica Falkholt? Home And Away star dies after Boxing Day horror crash which wiped out her family Home And Away star Jessica Falkholt has lost her fight for life three weeks after the devastating Boxing Day crash which wiped out her family. The 29-year-old bravely fought for six days after her life support was withdrawn on Thursday. As her fans  US Navy collisions: Ex-commanders charged with negligent homicide The former commanders of two US Navy destroyers involved in collisions last year are to face charges including negligent homicide, the navy says. The USS Fitzgerald and a Philippine container ship collided in June, leaving seven navy sailors dead. Two  Ex-Nazi death camp guard's final bid to avoid prison reportedly rejected BERLIN -- A former Auschwitz death camp guard's final bid to avoid serving his sentence as an accessory to murder has been rejected by German prosecutors, according to German media. Former Nazi guard asks God for forgiveness at trial. Attorneys for  US Freezes More Than Half Of Aid To UN Agency For Palestinian Refugees The U.S. says it's sending money to sustain schools and health services for Palestinian refugees — and that other nations should do more to help. In this 2016 photo, schoolgirls dance at a summer camp organized at a U.N. Relief and Works Agency (UNRWA  Scarborough questions White House doctor's report of Trump's weight "Morning Joe" co-host Joe Scarborough questioned President Trump · Donald John TrumpDems flip Wisconsin state Senate seat Sessions: 'We should be like Canada' in how we take in immigrants GOP rep: 'Sheet metal and garbage' everywhere in Haiti MORE's  Blaze Bernstein homicide case: Charges to be announced against suspect - KABC Prosecutors plan to announce charges in the killing of Blaze Bernstein, a University of Pennsylvania student found buried in an Orange County park. (KABC). KABC. By Marc Cota-Robles. Wednesday, January 17, 2018 07:20AM. SANTA ANA, Calif. (KABC  Bitcoin sinks below $10000 and is now 50% off all-time high as cryptocurrency sell-off deepens Bitcoin fell below $10,000 for the first time since November, as a sell-off in cryptocurrencies continued for a second day. The world's largest cryptocurrency dived as low as $9,199.59 Wednesday morning, falling almost 19 percent within 24 hours  9 of 12 National Park Service advisory board members quit in disgust Nine of the 12 members of the National Park Service advisory board resigned in protest this week, saying Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke has ignored pleas for a meeting and has "set aside" protection of the nation's natural treasures. Board chairman Tony  Indian Missile Deal With Rafael Back on Table, Netanyahu Says A missile deal with Rafael Advanced Defense Systems Ltd. that the Indian government had canceled is back on the table, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said. Netanyahu's comment to Israeli reporters covering his state visit to India comes  Youtube raises subscriber, view threshold for Partner Program monetization Making it harder for new channels to make money off of ads placed by YPP. Valentina Palladino - 1/17/2018, 6:54 AM. Flickr: Rego Korosi · reader comments 0. Share this story. After a tumultuous 2017, YouTube is making yet another change to its  Hawaii didn't need approval to retract missile alert, FEMA says A screen shot of the false missile alert that caused panic in Hawaii Saturday morning. (courtesy Melinda Bush). Audrey Mcavoy and Caleb JonesAssociated Press. The Federal Emergency Management Agency said the state of Hawaii didn't need federal approval  'New California' campaign wants to create 51st state by splitting rural areas from coast A campaign launched this week to create a 51st state by separating rural areas in California from the state's coastal cities and Sacramento, with supporters saying the state has become "ungovernable." ADVERTISEMENT. The movement calls for "a free and  Goldman earnings top Street but bank reports 'shocking' 50% drop in bond trading revenue Goldman Sachs reported adjusted earnings of $5.68 per share against Wall Street estimates of $4.91. That excluded a $4.4 billion charge the company had to take due to tax legislation. Revenue came in at $7.83 billion, also better than analyst  Houston reacts to wintry weather as roads ice over and temperatures drop Houston reacts to wintry weather as roads ice over and temperatures drop. By Heather Leighton. Updated 8:15 am, Wednesday, January 17, 2018. Source: Facebook Photo: Facebook. "Me today"Source: Twitter Photo: Twitter. Source: Facebook Photo: Facebook  Breitbart called Davos a collective of 'leftist elites' and 'corporate cronies.' Then Trump said he was going. Last Thursday, a reporter asked Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin to explain President Trump's decision to attend the 2018 World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland. “What is the point of the Trump administration going to a place that is regarded  Watch the amazing moment a 'rare' meteor burst across the night sky over Michigan Thunder and lightning? Some sort of midair explosion? An enemy airstrike? With a rumble that shook the Earth, a bright burst of light illuminated the sky over southeastern Michigan on Tuesday night, leaving locals wondering what in the world had  GOP rep on deported Detroit man: 'There are a bunch of sad stories' Republican Rep. Paul Gosar reacts to the case of Jorge Garcia, the Detroit man deported to Mexico: "There are a bunch of sad stories... We want to make sure we go back to the rule of law" — New Day  Houston police report first possible ice-related fatality on the roads One man died on the Gulf Freeway after losing control of his vehicle on the ice, then being struck by a second vehicle, Houston police said. It's the first fatality on icy roads that police believe may be a direct result of the hazardous conditions  McKayla Maroney will NOT be fined if she decides to speak about her abuse at Larry Nassar sentencing after public ... McKayla Maroney will not be forced to hand over a six-figure penalty payment to USA Gymnastics should she decide to speak at the sentencing of Larry Nassar this week. This revelation comes in the wake of massive public support for the gymnast after  The Latest: Pope urges Mapuche to avoid violence SANTIAGO, Chile (AP) — The Latest on Pope Francis' visit to Latin America (all times local):. 11:00 a.m.. Pope Francis is urging the indigenous Mapuche people to reject violence in pushing their cause. Francis made the comments Wednesday while  Ann Curry "not surprised" by Matt Lauer allegations, says verbal harassment was pervasive at NBC Last Updated Jan 17, 2018 8:40 AM EST. In her first television interview since leaving NBC, former "Today" show host Ann Curry is speaking out about the firing of her former co-host Matt Lauer and the pervasive "verbal sexual" harassment during her  Father of two deported to Mexico after 30 years in US DETROIT — A Detroit man who had lived in the U.S. for nearly 30 years has been deported to Mexico. Jorge Garcia came to the U.S. with his family when he was 10 years old. He has no criminal record, pays taxes and has long sought legal status  Blaze Bernstein's parents say killing may have been anti-gay hate crime This undated file photo provided by the Orange County Sheriff's Department shows 19-year-old University of Pennsylvania student Blaze Bernstein. (Orange County Sheriff's Department via AP, file). SANTA ANA, California — The parents of a 19-year-old  Wednesday Hot Clicks: Katie Muirhead; Isaiah Thomas Bows Out of Paul Pierce's Night Getty Images. IT defers to PP. A few weeks ago, a minor controversy erupted in Boston when the Celtics announced that they would be producing and airing a tribute video for Isaiah Thomas, late of Boston and currently with Cleveland, when he returns to  North Korean Athletes Will March With South Koreans At Pyeongchang Olympics With North Korea planning to participate in the 2018 Winter Olympics, delegation head Jon Jong Su, vice chairman of the Committee for the Peaceful Reunification of the Country, crosses the concrete border to attend a meeting at the truce village of  Most of the National Park System Advisory Board resigned in protest WASHINGTON (CIRCA) - Virtually all of the members of a federally chartered panel advising the National Park Service have resigned, according to The Washington Post. The Post on Tuesday reported that nine out of the National Park System Advisory Board's  Scott Walker calls Dem victory in GOP-leaning Wisconsin Senate seat 'a wake up call' A Democrat's victory in a special election to fill a vacant seat in the Wisconsin state Legislature is a “a wake up call for Republicans in Wisconsin,” Gov. Scott Walker wrote on Twitter on Tuesday night. The Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel reported that  Hilarious moment Sen Orrin Hatch is caught on camera trying to remove his 'glasses' from his face - but he isn't ... Senator Orrin Hatch has joked that he wears hipster 'invisible glasses' after he was caught trying to remove a non-existent pair of specs from his face. The Utah Republican was at a Senate Judiciary Committee hearing on Tuesday when cameras captured  BofA Has Ways to Go to Hit $53 Billion Cost Target This Year Bank of America took a $2.9 billion charge related to tax reform. Bloomberg's Yalman Onaran reports. Bank of America Corp. once excited investors by pledging steep cost cuts by the end of this year. It still has a ways to go. The lender showed promise  'Bookkeeper of Auschwitz's' mercy plea gets rejected BERLIN — A plea for clemency from a 96-year-old German convicted over his role in the murders of 300,000 people at the Auschwitz death camp in Nazi-occupied Poland has been rejected, German media cited prosecutors as saying on Wednesday. Oskar  California Today: Lessons From Montecito's Neighbor Good morning. (Want to get California Today by email? Here's the sign-up.) Less than 20 miles down the coast from where emergency workers in Montecito are searching for victims of last week's mudslides is the tiny beach town of La Conchita, where grief  For Detroit dad deported after 30 years in US, 'everything has changed' Nicolas Romero, Mexico (CNN) As Jorge Garcia drove this week through the busy streets of Mexico City and up the winding road to his family home, he did not recognize the place he was born 39 years ago. When Garcia was 10, his aunt brought him  Israel Will Not Release Palestinian Teen Who Slapped Soldier Until Trial's End Sixteen-year-old Ahed Tamimi stands for a hearing in the military court at Ofer military prison in the West Bank village of Betunia on January 1, 2018. AHMAD GHARABLI/AFP. The story behind Ahed Tamimi's slap: Her cousin's head shattered by Israeli  May Says She Won't Be to Blame If Trump Isn't Invited to the Royal Wedding Prime Minister Theresa May tried to paper over the cracks in the U.K.'s so-called “special relationship” with the U.S., after Donald Trump scrapped a planned visit to London. Trump's decision not to attend next month's opening of the new U.S. Embassy  Ellen Pompeo, TV's $20 Million Woman, Reveals Her Behind-the-Scenes Fight for "What I Deserve" The 'Grey's Anatomy' star recalls in her own words the personal struggles and advice from Shonda Rhimes that led to a milestone: highest-paid actress on a primetime drama. On March 27, 2005, ABC debuted a medical drama titled Grey's Anatomy from a then  Macron Meets May With French Seeking Support on Calais Migrants That's the message President Emmanuel Macron and British Prime Minister Theresa May will send Thursday when they meet near London to discuss a raft of bilateral issues that have little to do with Britain's decision to leave the European Union  The world's longest underwater cave has been found in Mexico The search for the world's most extreme measurements - biggest, highest, tallest - tends to focus above ground, gazing at towering mountains and epic canyons. But the latest global peak statistic has come from under the soil, in the subterranean depths  Police suspect suicide in death of Washington State quarterback Tyler Hilinski Police in Pullman, Wash., announced Tuesday night that they found Washington State quarterback Tyler Hilinski dead of an apparent self-inflicted gunshot wound at his off-campus apartment. He had failed to show up to a workout earlier in the day so  Saudi Arabia pumps $2 billion into Yemen's central bank Saudi Arabia will deposit $2 billion into Yemen's central bank in an effort to support the war-torn country's economic crisis, the kingdom's state news agency reported Wednesday. The cash injection — ordered by Saudi Arabia's King Salman — comes one  'New California' movement seeks to divide the Golden State in half Two men have launched a campaign to divide rural California from the coastal cities, motivated by what they referred to as a “tyrannical form of government” that doesn't follow the U.S. Constitution or the state one, the San Francisco Chronicle  Trump Falsely Claims His Approval Among Black Americans Has Doubled WASHINGTON — Even as he is embroiled in an immigration policy debate that has focused on whether he used vulgar language to describe Haiti and African countries, President Trump is claiming that he is delivering for black Americans — and that they  Trump's cognitive test was created by a Lebanese immigrant to Canada In 1996, the year President Trump took over the skyscraper at 40 Wall Street and blazed a new trail in the casino business, a young Lebanese Canadian doctor named Ziad Nasreddine created a pioneering way to screen people for early signs of dementia  The Memo: Trump's volatility scrambles prospects of a deal on DACA The search for a deal on spending and immigration has been pitched into chaos by the controversy over President Trump · Donald John TrumpDems flip Wisconsin state Senate seat Sessions: 'We should be like Canada' in how we take in immigrants GOP rep  Winter Storm Inga Brings Florida Its Third Snow Event This Winter Meteorologist Danielle Banks looks at the forecast for Florida, where it could snow for the third time this season. Snow in Florida Possible for the Third Time This Season. Winter Storm Inga Moving Across the South. Inga Creating Travel Havoc With Ice  9 face charges in Florida State University student's hazing death Police in Florida issued arrest warrants for nine men on Tuesday in connection with the November hazing death of a 20-year-old Florida State University student, authorities said. Interested in Hazing? Add Hazing as an interest to stay up to date on the  Most of the National Park Service Advisory Board Just Quit in Protest One of the many surprises of Donald Trump's presidency is that he managed to drive the National Park Service into the resistance. It all started on Trump's first day in office, when he called the acting director of the National Park Service seeking  Students Across DC Graduated Despite Chronic Absences, An Investigation Finds A high-level investigation into chronic absenteeism in Washington, D.C., high schools has found that students across the city graduated despite missing more than 30 days of school in a single course, in violation of district policy. The findings today  Israeli leader gives surprising time scale for US Embassy move JERUSALEM -- Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu says he's certain that the U.S. Embassy will be moved to Jerusalem in the coming year, much sooner than Trump administration officials have estimated. Netanyahu told Israeli reporters traveling  Republicans give potential Trump challengers a free pass in 2018 NEW YORK — Gov. Andrew Cuomo got the good news just after New Year's Day: Two of his most formidable potential Republican challengers for reelection this year were taking a pass. Days later, it was Democratic Sen. Sherrod Brown's turn, when the  Trump makes fewer public trips than recent presidents. Will that hurt the Republicans in November? Unlike recent past presidents, Donald Trump is a homebody. Over the course of his first year in office, Trump traveled far less frequently in pursuit of his agenda than any president has since Ronald Reagan. When Trump does leave Washington, he is far  Trump makes fewer public trips than recent presidents. Will that hurt the Republicans in November? Unlike recent past presidents, Donald Trump is a homebody. Over the course of his first year in office, Trump traveled far less frequently in pursuit of his agenda than any president has since Ronald Reagan. When Trump does leave Washington, he is far  One year later, why Trump is still polarizing the polls 'MediaBuzz' host Howard Kurtz weighs in on the mainstream media neglecting to cover the booming stock market news while opting instead to cover Trump's dwindling poll numbers. The Dow roared past 26,000 for a time yesterday, and President Trump wants  As Mueller Investigation Has Become Politicized, Americans Are Split On Its Fairness Americans are split on whether they think the Justice Department's Russia investigation is fair and are unsure of special counsel Robert Mueller, but they overwhelmingly believe he should be allowed to finish his investigation, according to a new NPR  Israel Says Trump Will Move Embassy To Jerusalem Two Years Earlier Than Promised Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu says President Donald Trump will move the U.S. embassy to Jerusalem in 2018, three years earlier than the timeline originally given by Secretary of State Rex Tillerson. On a state visit to India, Netanyahu told  Hong Kong democracy activist Joshua Wong sentenced to 3 months in jail BEIJING — Hong Kong democracy activist Joshua Wong was sentenced to three months in jail on Wednesday for obstructing a court order to clear a protest site during the 2014 pro-democracy Umbrella Movement. It is the second time Wong, 21, has been  Winter Storm Warning in Effect for Parts of England A Winter Storm Warning is in effect for much of central New England. There is also a Winter Weather Advisories in effect surrounding the warning. The warning means 6 inches of snow on the way, the advisory means a few inches of snow. The only place  Read The Full Summary Of Trump's Physical Exam Report The White House has released the summary of Donald Trump's physical exam, following concerns raised over the president's cognitive abilities by a tell-all book that suggested his aides were concerned about his mental state. Initially, the White House  Read The Full Summary Of Trump's Physical Exam Report The White House has released the summary of Donald Trump's physical exam, following concerns raised over the president's cognitive abilities by a tell-all book that suggested his aides were concerned about his mental state. Initially, the White House  Myanmar police kill seven Buddhist protesters in Rakhine Police in Myanmar's troubled Rakhine state have opened fire on Buddhist protesters, killing at least seven. The violence occurred after more than 4,000 ethnic Rakhine Buddhists gathered in Mrauk U on Tuesday to protest a ban on the annual commemoration  Divers find 'amazing' underwater tunnel network that could unravel mysteries of Mayan civilisation A team of divers have discovered what is believed to be the biggest flooded cave on the planet in eastern Mexico. By connecting two underwater caverns, the Gran Acuifero Maya (GAM) project identified the 216-mile (347km) cave after months of exploring  More actors expressing regret about working with Woody Allen This combination photo shows director Woody Allen at the premiere of "Cafe Society in New York on, July 13, 2016, left, and Timothee Chalamet at the New York Film Critics Circle Awards on Jan. 3, 2018, in New York. A growing number of actors are  US, Kazakh presidents meet on Afghanistan issue, bilateral ties WASHINGTON, Jan. 16 (Xinhua) -- U.S. President Donald Trump and his visiting Kazakh counterpart, Nursultan Nazarbayev, met on Tuesday to discuss Afghanistan and bilateral ties among other topics. In the statements released by the White House, the two  House GOP unveils stop-gap funding bill to avert shutdown WASHINGTON — House Republican leadership put on the table a short-term government funding bill Tuesday night ahead of an end-of-the week deadline to keep the government open. The proposal, which ignores Democrats' demands for a legislative solution to  How three elections are snarling the immigration fight Washington (CNN) The immigration imbroglio gripping Washington is a symptom of a broader reality: American politics is being held hostage to three nation-changing elections -- one past and two that are yet to come. DACA talks back to starting line  Nine face hazing charges in death of FSU fraternity pledge from South Florida Nine people are facing hazing charges in the death of Andrew Coffey, the Florida State University student from Lighthouse Point who died in November, Tallahassee police said Tuesday night. Coffey, a 20-year-old junior and pledge at Pi Kappa Phi, died  Nine face hazing charges in death of FSU fraternity pledge from South Florida Nine people are facing hazing charges in the death of Andrew Coffey, the Florida State University student from Lighthouse Point who died in November, Tallahassee police said Tuesday night. Coffey, a 20-year-old junior and pledge at Pi Kappa Phi, died  Add extra time to your Wednesday morning commute With three to four inches of snow predicted for Greater Boston, the Wednesday morning commute could be slow and slippery, according to the National Weather Service. “Plan on slow travel wherever you're going in Massachusetts,” said Bill Simpson, a  Here are details of latest bipartisan DACA deal to protect DREAMers PHOENIX — Bipartisan Senate negotiators have come to terms on a deal to protect "DREAMers," as young immigrants brought to the U.S. illegally as children are known. But the White House is not on board with the plan yet. The senators, including Arizona  Majority of US National Park Service board resigns, saying it was ignored ANCHORAGE, Alaska (Reuters) - Most members of a U.S. National Park Service advisory board, appointed while Barack Obama was president, have resigned after saying they were ignored by President Donald Trump's administration, the panel chairman said on  Walmart Takes on the Opioid Crisis With a New Tool That Destroys Drugs Walmart, (wmt, -0.17%) the fourth largest U.S. pharmacy operator, has unveiled a tool it thinks can help dent the country's raging opioid crisis: a packet that makes leftover medication unusable and easier to throw out. The company said on Wednesday  Republican leaders offer one-month spending bill House Republican leaders presented their rank and file with a one-month spending bill Tuesday aimed at keeping the government open ahead of a Friday night deadline, as hopes for a deal on young undocumented immigrants faded. The bill would extend  Rajon Rondo Unhappy Celtics Plan to Honor Isaiah Thomas While there was controversy over when the Boston Celtics would honor Isaiah Thomas with a tribute video, Rajon Rondo doesn't think the former guard deserves any recognition. "What has he done?" Rondo asked, per Bill Doyle of the Worcester Telegram  Madness and potty mouth prerequisites for presidency Trump derangement syndrome (TDS) is alive and well. Take Hawaii's false alarm of an imminent missile strike on Sunday. The alarm was triggered by an employee of the state based Hawaiian Emergency Management Agency (HEMA). The unnamed emergency worker  Email campaign urges no bail for Blaze Bernstein's suspected killer SANTA ANA, California -- Orange County residents started an email campaign to urge no bail for the suspected killer of 19-year-old Blaze Bernstein, CBS Los Angeles reports. Sam Woodward, the 20-year-old arrested in connection with Bernstein's death  St. Louisan Jo Jo White, former Celtics great, dies FILE - In this Dec. 30, 1977 file photo, Jo Jo White, left, of Boston Celtics, drives past Chicago Bulls' Wilbur Holland (12) during an NBA basketball game in Chicago. Basketball Hall of Famer Jo Jo White, a two-time NBA champion with the Boston  9 Face Hazing Charges In Death Of Florida State Pledge CBS Miami's Rick Folbaum reports on charges being filed against nine defendants regarding the hazing death of an FSU fraternity pledge. Categories: News Local News WFORTV. More WFORTV. 9 Face Hazing Charges In Death Of Florida State PledgeCBS Miami's  Doctor says Trump is 6-3, 239 pounds, and the Internet has so many athlete comparisons The results of President Trump's first formal medical exam since taking office were announced Tuesday, and the big news was that the physician involved, Navy Rear Adm. Ronny L. Jackson, said the 71-year-old president received a perfect score on a  Bulpett: Death of Hall of Famer Jo Jo White hits Celtics family hard LEGEND REMEMBERED: Jo Jo White, shown during a celebration for the 2008 Celtics, died at age 71 after a battle with cancer. AddThis Sharing Buttons. Share to Facebook FacebookShare to Twitter TwitterShare to Google+ Google+Share to Reddit Reddit. 0  The Democrat Phil Murphy has taken over as New Jersey's governor - Pittsburgh Post TRENTON – Phil Murphy, a Democrat and former Wall Street banker who has never held elected office, was sworn in as New Jersey's 56th governor shortly before noon on Tuesday amid the traditional pageantry accompanying the transfer of power in the state  Kim Kardashian Celebrates Her Daughter's Birth on Social Media: '#momofthree' Kim Kardashian West has returned to social media after announcing the arrival of her third child. The Keeping Up with the Kardashians star, 37, tweeted a photo of herself on Tuesday evening, following her big baby news which she shared via her website  Democrats grab key Wisconsin Senate seat in Tuesday's special elections MADISON - Democrats snagged a GOP-leaning state Senate seat in western Wisconsin on Tuesday, buoying progressive hopes that they could ride a wave of victory this fall. Patty Schachtner, the chief medical examiner for St. Croix County, will take the  North Korean nuclear weapons crisis at a 'tenuous stage,' Tillerson says VANCOUVER, B.C. — Secretary of State Rex Tillerson on Tuesday warned that the crisis over North Korea's nuclear weapons is at a “tenuous stage” and said the time for Pyongyang to show a willingness to talk about denuclearization is now. “The North  House Republicans coalesce behind plan to avert shutdown House Republicans on Tuesday night appeared to coalesce around a short-term funding bill to avert a government shutdown Friday — even as conservatives threatened to oppose it and a bitter fight continued over the fate of more than 700,000 Dreamers  Booker on WH's defense of Trump vulgar comment: 'I don't believe it at all' Washington (CNN) Democratic Sen. Cory Booker says he doesn't believe the White House's explanations for comments President Donald Trump allegedly made in a closed-door meeting last week. "I don't believe it at all," Booker, a New Jersey senator on the  White House press secretary: If Trump were racist, why did NBC give him 'The Apprentice'? WASHINGTON — White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders said claims that President Donald Trump is a “racist” are “outrageous,” and cited the fact that NBC ran “The Apprentice” for so long. “I think that is an outrageous claim,” Sanders told  Republican leaders offer one-month spending bill House Republican leaders presented their rank and file with a one-month spending bill Tuesday aimed at keeping the government open ahead of a Friday night deadline, as hopes for a deal on young undocumented immigrants faded. The bill would extend  Republican leaders offer one-month spending bill House Republican leaders presented their rank and file with a one-month spending bill Tuesday aimed at keeping the government open ahead of a Friday night deadline, as hopes for a deal on young undocumented immigrants faded. The bill would extend