By Madalyn Mendoza, mySanAntonio.com Published 4:08 pm CST, Wednesday, November 14, 2018 "So excited to tape clues today for Jeopardy! At the Witte Museum. Had to sign a SUPER Confidentiality agreement- can’t tell even tell my husband. Don’t know when it will air- so honored to represent KENS5 and San Antonio. Enjoyed working with Katye Brought at The Witte," Deborah Knapp told her Facebook followers. less "So excited to tape clues today for Jeopardy! At the Witte Museum. Had to sign a SUPER Confidentiality agreement- can’t tell even tell my husband. Don’t know when it will air- so honored to represent KENS5 ... more Photo: Facebook Screengrab Photo: Facebook Screengrab Image 1 of / 1 Caption Close Image 1 of 1 "So excited to tape clues today for … [Read more...] about KENS 5 anchorwoman Deborah Knapp will represent San Antonio on Jeopardy!
Conservative former chancellor Ken Clarke pushed for Brexit deal details to be announced in parliament today to put an end to “rumours and criticism”. Speaking during PMQs, the Father of the House called for the publication of a white paper setting out the details of the draft deal agreed by UK and EU negotiators. Details of the plan, which have not been released, will be discussed by Theresa May’s cabinet this afternoon. The PM is making a passionate appeal to ministers to swallow their doubts and support the 460-page withdrawal agreement “in the national interest” and to “deliver on the 2016 referendum”. Mr Clarke asked: "Will the prime minister give an assurance that if and when this deal is published, that a statement will be made to this House of Commons when it is produced?” The veteran MP vowed to “re-establish” parliamentary sovereignty and appeared to have a veiled dig at Mrs May when he wished her well “in … [Read more...] about Ken Clarke’s veiled dig at PM as he demands Brexit plan is published
CNN’s Alison Camerota challenged former Ohio Secretary of State Ken Blackwell (R-OH) to prove voter fraud in Dr. Brenda Snipes’ egregious conduct as the elections supervisor of Broward County, Florida – reminiscent of the classic comedy Naked Gun. After a high-speed chase in Naked Gun that ends in the bad guy atop a missile crashing into a fireworks store, resulting in enormous explosions and fires, Leslie Nielsen’s character, Sergeant Frank Drebin, orders astonished onlookers: “Please Disperse! There is nothing to see here!”If you have never seen Naked Gun, you can instead just watch CNN’s coverage of Florida’s election fiasco, as they shout to millions of Americans, “There is nothing to see here!” Enter Blackwell, who points over their shoulder at the explosions and flames, as he says, “I’m pretty sure I see something over there.” Camerota skeptically tasked Blackwell with proving how there is anything … [Read more...] about Klukowski: CNN Interview with Ken Blackwell on Broward County Election Like ‘Naked Gun’
PUBLISHED: 10:56 08 November 2018 Nathalie Raffray Ken Livingstone with campaigners outside the Kiln Theatre, formerly Tricycle, protesting its name change. Picture: Martin Fisher Archant Campaigners were joined by a former London mayor has they held a candlelit vigil outside a Kilburn theatre. Campaigners outside the Kiln Theatre, formerly Tricycle, protesting its name change. Picture: Martin FisherKen Livingstone, who lives in Cricklewood, joined protesters outside the Kiln Theatre, in Kilburn High Road, on Monday to mark the press night for Zadie Smith’s White Teeth. The theatre, formerly called the Tricycle, reopened in September after a two year multi-million pound refurbishment.But its new look has been marred by protests against the change of name, which was announced in the Brent & Kilburn Times in April.Mr Livingstone said: “The Tricycle was the pride and joy of Kilburn and put it on the London map. Any cab driver would know … [Read more...] about Ken Livingstone joins protesters holding a vigil against the Kiln Theatre’s new name
By Andrea Zelinski, Staff writer Updated 8:22 am CST, Wednesday, November 7, 2018 Justin Nelson (D), left, is running for Attorney General against the incumbent, Ken Paxton (R) right. Justin Nelson (D), left, is running for Attorney General against the incumbent, Ken Paxton (R) right. Photo: Houston Chronicle And Handout Photos / Houston Chronicle And Handout Photos Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton jokes with staff members at his office Friday, Oct. 21, 2016, in Austin. ( Jon Shapley / Houston Chronicle ) Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton jokes with staff members at his office Friday, Oct. 21, 2016, in Austin. ( Jon Shapley / Houston Chronicle ) Photo: Jon Shapley, Staff / Houston Chronicle Texas Attorney General candidate Justin Nelson sets up his rolling billboard in downtown Tyler, Texas on Monday Oct. 29, 2018 for a press conference. … [Read more...] about Attorney General Ken Paxton beats out Justin Nelson in close race