President Trump, who agreed on Tuesday to dissolve his private foundation under pressure from the New York State attorney general, on Wednesday took to Twitter to blame Democrats for the organization’s problems.“The Trump Foundation has done great work and given away lots of money, both mine and others, to great charities over the years — with me taking NO fees, rent, salaries etc,” Trump tweeted on Wednesday. “Now, as usual, I am getting slammed by Cuomo and the Dems in a long running civil lawsuit started by sleazebag AG Eric Schneiderman, who has since resigned over horrific women abuse, when I wanted to close the Foundation so as not to be in conflict with politics.”“Shady Eric was head of New Yorkers for Clinton, and refused to even look at the corrupt Clinton Foundation,” the president continued.“In any event, it goes on and on & the new AG, who is now being replaced by yet another AG (who openly campaigned on a GET TRUMP … [Read more...] about President Trump defends ‘great work’ of Trump Foundation, a day after closing it
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In this extended transcript of an interview with "Sunday Morning" correspondent Serena Altschul, the playwright and Oscar-winning screenwriter Kenneth Lonergan talks about the origin of his 2000 play "The Waverly Gallery," currently presented on Broadway in a critically-acclaimed revival starring Elaine May, as well as his experiences, positive and negative, in the world of film. LONERGAN: "Waverly Gallery" is about the last couple functioning years in the life of a Greenwich Village gallery owner. It takes place in 1989, it's based on my grandmother and my family, and it's about her last years trying to hold onto her life and her gallery as she kind of slips away. She's got dementia, and it's about how she tries to hang on to what she's got, and how her family, her daughter and grandson and all them cope with this extremely difficult end of life. ALTSCHUL: Is it your most autobiographical work? LONERGAN: [As Matthew Broderick put it], it's my most literally autobiographical … [Read more...] about Extended transcript: Kenneth Lonergan (“The Waverly Gallery”) on writing for stage and screen
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Stateline, ContributorStateline provides daily reporting and analysis on trends in state policy. Legislators credit #MeToo for spurring action on sexual assault and harassment. 07/31/2018 02:26 pm ET By Rebecca Beitsch This is Part Two of Stateline’s 2018 Legislative Review. The Me Too movement has touched almost every industry in the past year, and state legislatures have been under growing pressure to curb sexual assault and harassment in private workplaces and within their own chambers. But has the reckoning had an impact on the law? Early signs point to yes. Sure, the resignations have been plentiful as credible allegations of sexual harassment have toppled lawmakers. A Stateline review found at least 32 lawmakers who left office in the face of such accusations. But lawmakers also have pursued broader changes in response to the movement. Some states have placed limits on nondisclosure agreements (NDAs). Legislators also have cited the Me Too movement in passing … [Read more...] about The Me Too Movement Has Changed Our Culture. Now It’s Changing Our Laws.
Opinion PUBLISHED: 00:22 06 June 2018 Chloe Smith at St William's Primary School Archant In my work, I have some simple goals. Chloe Smith at the new sensory garden in Waterloo Park I want to see more good jobs coming to Norwich. I want better infrastructure for our city. I work for the investment our NHS needs, and the homes that families need. I’m passionate about getting the best for our young people, and aim to tackle the injustices which hold local people back. I want to protect our environment so Norwich stays a great place to live. This month, I’m updating you on my work with local schools, improvements to local infrastructure and my support to tackle homelessness and rough sleeping, plus some community news. It has always been important to me to work with schools and encourage young people stand up for the issues that matter most to them. In April, I welcomed pupils from Heartsease Primary Academy to Westminster, where I joined a Q&A session on my work as … [Read more...] about Chloe Smith: ‘My simple goals and what I am doing to achieve them’