Breaking News Emails Get breaking news alerts and special reports. The news and stories that matter, delivered weekday mornings. SUBSCRIBE April 3, 2019, 11:35 AM GMT / Source: CNBC.com By Dan Mangan, CNBC Court records from Stephen Moore’s divorce paint President Donald Trump’s nominee for the Federal Reserve Board as a brazen philanderer who openly talked about his mistress in front of his kids — and then continued shorting his ex-wife on tens of thousands of dollars of alimony and child support even after a judge held him in contempt of court. “I have two women, and what’s really bad is when they fight over you,” Moore said to the couple’s children in front of his wife Allison “at their son’s graduation ceremony,” court records claim. Other court records show Moore, who is a distinguished visiting fellow at the conservative Heritage Foundation, has a $75,000 IRS tax lien against him for unpaid taxes on his 2014 … [Read more...] about Adultery, arrears and amends: Inside Trump Federal Reserve pick Stephen Moore’s messy and very expensive divorce
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Harrison Smith, The Washington Post Published 5:06 pm PST, Monday, November 19, 2018 The movie began ominously, with a voice-over warning that the Soviet Union was apparently developing "the ultimate weapon, a doomsday device" that could tilt the balance of the Cold War. But as the opening credits rolled on "Dr. Strangelove," Stanley Kubrick's 1964 classic, it became clear that the film was not a military thriller but a pitch-black comedy. The credit sequence, one of the most famous in film history, was an elaborate sex joke, a balletic montage set to "Try a Little Tenderness," with hand-lettered titles superimposed over shots of a B-52 bomber high above the clouds, docking with a jet tanker's phallic refueling apparatus. In a span of 100 seconds, the film's satirical tone was set. "The title sequence is the story," designer and animator Pablo Ferro, who created the sequence, later told the Chicago Tribune. "It's the introduction to the movie. It's telling you what kind … [Read more...] about Pablo Ferro, evocative title designer of ‘Dr. Strangelove’ and ‘Bullitt,’ dies at 83
Kyle Swenson, The Washington Post Published 7:10 am PST, Thursday, November 15, 2018 The mother and daughter lived alone in a small candy-pink house hammered together by Habitat for Humanity in Springfield, Missouri. But more than walls kept Clauddine "Dee Dee" Blanchard and her daughter, Gypsy, barricaded away from the outside world. Gypsy Blanchard used a wheelchair, allegedly mentally and physically disabled from a host of ailments, including a childhood bout of leukemia, muscular dystrophy, a seizure condition and asthma. As BuzzFeed reported in 2016, Dee Dee told friends and family the teenager Gypsy had the mind of a 7-year-old. Dee Dee diligently guarded Gypsy against the outside world, home-schooling her, monitoring her Internet usage, sticking with her daughter at all times. The young girl's condition was like a bubble they both lived inside. They shuttled to doctor appointments together. They traveled to Disney World for charity trips. They even shared a … [Read more...] about The girl in the wheelchair said she was critically ill. Her mother’s brutal murder exposed the truth.
Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index Politics Subscribe Log In Log In Today’s Paper Politics | Sherrod Brown: Rumpled, Unvarnished and Just Maybe a Candidate for President Supported by BySydney Ember Nov. 15, 2018 COLUMBUS, Ohio — One after another, the Democratic candidates in Ohio fell. But there was Senator Sherrod Brown celebrating his re-election last Tuesday night at a hotel ballroom before a crowd of anxious revelers. “Let our country — let our nation’s citizens, our Democratic Party, my fellow elected officials all over the country — let them all cast their eyes towards the heartland,” Mr. Brown said from the stage, dispelling the sense of disappointment that had begun to descend. Then, his gravelly voice rasping out a crescendo, he made it clear where he thought his party could forge its path to success: his triumphant campaign, he said, was the … [Read more...] about Sherrod Brown: Rumpled, Unvarnished and Just Maybe a Candidate for President
In Rome, 100 women from feminist movement Non Una di Meno made their way from the Colosseum to the Capitoline Hill dressed as handmaids from Margaret Atwood’s The Handmaid’s Tale. From Milan to Naples, women’s associations, trade unions and more joined together to request that the bill, proposed by conservative senator Simone Pillon of the League, be withdrawn amidst fears that it risks turning the clock back 50 years for women, children and survivors of domestic abuse. The bill is founded upon what Pillon calls “perfect shared parenting”. If it passes, any couple wishing to seek a divorce with children who are legally minors will be obliged to go through an obligatory mediation process that they have to pay for. With a professional mediator – Pillon is one himself, leading to accusations of conflict of interest – they must draw up a parenting plan deciding everything from residence to schooling to holidays. Any such plan must stick to … [Read more...] about Why activists believe Italy’s divorce reforms would be terrible for women and children