CNN's Anderson Cooper breaks down a series of breaking news stories regarding President Donald Trump and the impeachment inquiry.
Fox News anchor, managing editor, and senior correspondent Shepard Smith announced Friday that he would be leaving the network after 23 years.
The first full week of the House Democratic impeachment inquiry into President Donald Trump started with a flurry of news involving Trump, Attorney General William Barr, Trump's personal attorney Rudy Giuliani and the administration's attempts to get foreign help in investigations of the Mueller report and former Vice President Joe Biden.
(AP Photo/Richard Drew) In a stunning announcement at the end of his show today on Fox News, Shepard Smith revealed that he had asked to be released from his contract and it was granted. His last day was today at the network that he started when it first aired 23 years ago. In a statement released by the network, Smith said
In the absence of Virgil van Dijk, Mohamed Salah and Co, Liverpool's kids looked alright on the night as they eased past MK Dons. Sportsmail rate how their five starting youngsters fared.
Midfielder Grujic, 23, has started the 2019-20 campaign strongly with two goals and one assist from eight games and is now looking to his return to the Reds.
No, this is not a drill, folks. In one of the more stunning piece of media news in recent memory, the Fox News Channel’s chief news anchor and breaking news unitmanging editor Shepard Smith announced Friday afternoon at the conclusion of Shepard Smith Reporting that he will be leaving FNC, effective immediately. He added that he had
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After Facebook’s data scandal, where approximately 50 million profiles were harvested for Cambridge Analytica, users vowed to leave the platform for good. Fast forward a year, and stats prove that people did actually flock from the social network — by the millions even. But leaving Facebook isn’t just good for your privacy, you’ll probably feel better for it too. A study published this week in the journal “Experimental Economics,” found that people who spent a week away from Facebook consumed...
The intensifying Ukraine controversy and the House Democratic impeachment inquiry continue to drive an unyielding barrage of news in Washington.
Welcome back to Gaming Shelf, our regular column all about board games and tabletop roleplaying games. New York Comic Con is around the corner, and we’re expecting to see a few new game reveals there. But in the meantime, we’ve got a roleplaying game from a young cancer survivor, a competitive card game about fighting star systems, and some disturbing news about Kickstarter.