Before she left, she met with CBS 2's Tim McNicholas for a one-on-one interview about her fight on Capitol Hill, her community's efforts to heal, and a big meeting at the White House today.
Christina Bobb's comments on Fox News sounded more like an admission to some of Trump's critics.
- The Root
- Rolling Stone
- Business Insider
- The Hill
Former President Trump on Friday hinted at taking legal action in response to the FBI search of his Mar-a-Lago property last week. Trump said in a post on his social media platform Truth Social that a “major motion” related to the Fourth Amendment to the Constitution will soon be filed related to the search. He…
'I think he'll get indicted': Legal insiders warn that Trump could soon face criminal charges he can't talk his way out of
"He should be worried about all these investigations," one person said. "I think he's a target of all of them and I think he'll get indicted."
- In The Know by Yahoo
A word to the wise: "Chips and salsa" doesn't mean the same thing everywhere.
- Harper's Bazaar
The singer, meanwhile, channeled Miami Vice with his look.
- Chicago Tribune
- NBC News
The model is mom to sons Kenzo, Gary, and Wolfe, plus daughters Aoki and Ming
"There's no way Trump wrote that," said "The Daily Show" host.
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- Detroit Free Press
This one may not help the former president's case.
- Good Housekeeping
3 signs you're having a stroke that you probably don't know, including those more likely to affect women
Stroke is a leading cause of death in the US, according to the CDC. But it can be treated if symptoms are spotted early.
- Associated Press
The family of the late actor Bill Paxton has agreed to settle a wrongful death lawsuit against a Los Angeles hospital and the surgeon who performed his heart surgery shortly before he died in 2017, according to a court filing Friday. The suit, filed against Cedars-Sinai Medical Center more than four years ago, had been scheduled to go to trial next month. “The matter has been resolved to the mutual satisfaction of the parties,” plaintiffs' lawyers Bruce Broillet and Steve Heimberg said in a statement.