A Washington DC judge on Friday released video depositions of Donald Trump and Donald Trump Jr. Below find the complete transcript.
The depositions are related to Trump’s $200 million Old Post Office building project. Trump’s company won the right to develop the project by making numerous promises to the government that he failed to keep.
Trump suggests in one exchange that his incendiary comments about Mexicans made during his campaign kickoff — he said people coming here from the country were “rapists” — were premeditated. Continue reading →
The bodies of sisters, Annie Korkki And Robin Korkki, were found September 22 at a luxury $1700 per night resort in Seychelles, an archipelago nation off Africa’s east coast in the Indian Ocean.
According to an autopsy, Annie, 37, and Robin, 42, died of excess fluid in their lungs and brain. The reason why they may have had the condition remains a mystery. The pair were reportedly “helped into their room” the night before they were found dead.
According to Seychelles Nation, the sisters planned on vacationing from September 15-22, but were apparently having such a wonderful time that they decided to extend the trip to September 24. Continue reading →
The quakes have garnered intense concern among seismologists who noted the seismic events marked only the third time since earthquake sensors were installed there in 1932.
The quakes occurred in one of California’s most seismically complex areas. They hit in a seismic zone just south of where the mighty San Andreas fault ends. It is composed of a web of faults that scientists fear could one day wake up the nearby San Andreas from its long slumber. Continue reading →
Alicia Machado, a former Miss Universe under then-pageant owner Donald Trump, took to Instagram hours after Trump sent out a controversial tweet calling her “disgusting” and urging Americans to watch a video in which she had sex live on TV.
Written in native language, Spanish, Machado, an avid Hillary Clinton supporter, said Trump “insists on discrediting and demoralizing women, which is definitely one of his most terrifying characteristics.”
Full translation below:
“The Republican candidates and his campaign team are once again generating attacks, insults and trying to revive defamation and false accusations about my life. All this with the goal of intimidating, humiliating and throwing me off balance once again. Continue reading →
Boxer, Tyson Fury, who upset champion Wladimir Klitschko and claimed all four of Klitschko’s championship belts, will likely lose those belts after testing positive for cocaine.
Fury, 28, was scheduled for a rematch against Klitschko on October 29, but on September 23, he withdrew citing “mental health issues.”
“[Fury] was notified that he failed a VADA-conducted test for cocaine in a random urine sample collected on Sept. 22, multiple sources with knowledge of the test results,” Rafael reported. Continue reading →
Portsmouth city centre in the United Kingdom was evacuated last night after the discovery of a massive unexploded Second World War bomb.
The 1100 pound bomb was found on the seabed while the harbour was being dredged in preparation for the arrival of royal aircraft carrier, the HMS Queen Elizabeth.
Royal Navy bomb disposal experts began towing the bomb away from the waterfront at midnight. A controlled explosion will then be carried out in open waters around a mile and a half off the coast of the Isle of Wight. Continue reading →
Police have released disturbing body-cam video depicting the fatal shooting of 6-year-old Jeremy Mardis. In the graphic video, cops can be seen approaching the vehicle driven by Chris Few, Jeremy’s father, who appears to have his hands up, before they unload dozens of bullets into the pickup truck.
Jeremy, who was killed in the crossfire, was said to be autistic. A judge ruled that the video should be made public during an evidentiary hearing in the case.
Mardis was in a pickup truck being driven by his father during a police chase in Marksville, Louisiana, in November 2015 when he was shot and killed. Continue reading →
Thursday’s morning crash came at the height of rush hour, and left tons of twisted metal and piles of bricks. The highly trafficked terminal collapsed in the horror wreck.
Preliminary reports suggest the 8:45 a.m. crash – involving train No. 1614 on the Pascack Valley Line from Spring Valley – was accidental or caused by operator error, according to five law enforcement officials. They stressed it was early in the investigation, though. Continue reading →
Sean Hannity, Fox News anchor, radio show host, author, and outspoken conservative pundit enjoys a staggering personal net worth of $80 million dollars, according to celebritynetworth.
Hannity, 54, is perhaps best known as the host of “Hannity” which airs on the Fox News Channel. He is also the author of three bestselling books. His radio show, The Sean Hannity Show, is majorly syndicated and heard by millions in the U.S.
Hannity started his radio career at college station KCSB in Santa Barbara, California. However, it didn’t take long for him to land some more serious professional engagements. Continue reading →