“For many Americans, this is still a time of deep uncertainty. I have one friend, just weeks ago, she was making millions of dollars a year, and she’s now living out of a van in Iowa,” he joked about Clinton’s campaign tour bus, fondly called the “Scooby Van” by the press.
In a break that was “far more intrusive and worrisome than has been publicly acknowledged,” The Times says hackers accessed email archives of people inside the White House, and maybe some outside, with whom the president regularly communicated.
“I was stunned, liked to caught a heart attack, you know,” Stephens told the television news station on Monday about his reaction upon learning that the mother, Lanay Davis, was shot. “It’s shocking news to find out that your childrens’ mother got shot, then you gotta be stuck with your kids and hoping that she lives.”
It’s like an alternate universe episode of Maury. Sherri Shepherd … You ARE the mother!
Comedian and actress, Sherri Shepherd has lost her maternity battle with soon to be ex-husband Lamar Sally. Reportedly, Shepherd and Sally paid a surrogate $30,000 to carry a child created using Sally’s sperm and a donor egg. Sometime before the baby was born, the couple split and Shepherd wanted nothing to do with the baby.
She claims to have no connection to the baby whatsoever, but a judge has ruled otherwise. Shepherd is legally the mother of Lamar Jr., born last August.
Like many criminal defendants before him, Barry Bonds gave a “rambling, non-responsive answer to a single question.” That non-answer earned the ex-ballplayer an obstruction of justice conviction.
Kleiner Perkins Caufield Byers seeks nearly $1 million in legal costs from former junior partner Ellen Pao, unless she agrees not to pursue an appeal in her gender discrimination lawsuit against the storied venture capital firm.
That’s about the same amount that the firm offered to settle the case for prior to going to trial, the filing revealed. Pao’s attorneys reportedly didn’t respond to the firm’s offer before the month-long trial played out in court.
The firm said it would waive its attempt to recover those costs if Pao agrees not to pursue an appeal in the case, the Journal and Times reported. Pao said in early April that she and her attorneys are “still in
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