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Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index Television Subscribe Log In Log In Today’s Paper Television | Acosta Pleads His Case to TV Court Advertisement Supported by Under fire in the Jeffrey Epstein case, Labor Secretary R. Alexander Acosta went to the Trump White House’s most valued forum: cable news. ByJames Poniewozik July 10, 2019 In many workplaces, there are procedures for employees in danger of getting the ax. There are meetings; there are hearings; you step into an office and plead your case. So it is in the Trump administration, whose labor secretary, R. Alexander Acosta, has been in danger amid growing outcry over his role in cutting what has been called a “sweetheart” plea deal over a decade ago for Jeffrey E. Epstein, who was indicted on Monday for child sex trafficking. But in a workplace run by a video junkie, you defend yourself not in front of a disciplinary … [Read more...] about Acosta Pleads His Case to TV Court
The late Sen. John McCain might be the most famous senator to have ever served and his death leaves a void that the Republican Party might not be able to replace, Pat Buchanan told Newsmax TV on Monday. Buchanan made the comments during an interview on Newsmax TV's "America Talks Live" show. "I think what it does is it removes a senator who perhaps is as famous or more famous than any other U.S. senator of his time, with the possible exception of Edward Kennedy," Buchanan told Newsmax TV. Important: Newsmax TV is available on DirecTV Ch. 349, U-Verse 1220, DISH 216, and FiOS 615. If your cable operator does not have Newsmax TV just call and ask them to put us on – Call toll-free 1-844-500-6397 and we will connect you right away to your cable operator! For more places to Find Newsmax TV – Click Here Now "His death sort of leaves a void in the Republican Party of the internationalists and interventionist wing. He was very much an internationalist and, if you will, he favored … [Read more...] about Buchanan to Newsmax TV: McCain Might Be Most Famous Senator Ever
THIS is the horrifying moment an 86-year-old Indian professor died during a live television broadcast. Renowned academic Rita Jitendra was appearing as a guest on “Good Morning J&K”, when she collapsed mid-sentence. The hosts of the show, including anchor Zahid Muktar, appeared in shock when she fell back on the chair and started breathing heavily. He told the Indian Telegraph: "She was telling us a few interesting things about her life and was looking absolutely normal. "But suddenly she stopped talking and began having hiccups. We had to cut the interview (and switch to) a documentary to attend to her and take her to hospital." "When she collapsed, we thought she was acting... It took us a few moments to realise something was seriously wrong. "We tried to revive her. Producers, our assistants, everyone tried to revive her. But she did not respond. She was rushed to a hospital where she was declared brought dead." Professor Jitendra’s host in the city of Srinagar … [Read more...] about Horrifying moment woman DIES during live TV broadcast moments after saying she’d love to die while working
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