Eunice Huthart, who worked as a stunt double for Angelina Jolie on the film Mr. and Mrs. Smith, and is in the midst of suing News Corp. for allegedly intercepting her voice-mail messages, has given a California judge a few reasons why her lawsuit belongs in California.
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Roger Domal, a former senior ad executive at Fox News, is suing the cable news channel and chairman Roger Ailes for age discrimination.
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Stanley Wrice, now 59, was officially exonerated on Wednesday and the case completely closed when Cook County Judge Richard Walsh concluded Thursday, “The case is dismissed.”
Scandal is supposed to be all about Olivia Pope, and most weeks, it is: her difficulty with men, with women, with herself, with a glass of wine. She’s the show’s protagonist, the superhero. To show an episode without her would be like watching an episode of Batman without, well, Batman.
“A swarthy Turkish Santa would make people very uncomfortable—oh, wait no, Megyn said if I feel uncomfortable, there’s no need to change it. If white people feel uncomfortable, then we have to change it, and then pretend it’s the way it’s always been,” Williams added. “First you fix history, then you lock that s–t down. Forever. In a vault. Sorry, Santa’s not black just because some blogger wishes he was, just like Megyn’s not black just because she spells her name creatively.”
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