George T. Conway III, The Washington Post Published 6:30 pm CDT, Monday, July 15, 2019 George Conway, Kellyanne Conway's husband. (Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images) George Conway, Kellyanne Conway's husband. (Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images) Image 1 of / 24 Caption Close Image 1 of 24 George Conway, Kellyanne Conway's husband. (Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images) George Conway, Kellyanne Conway's husband. (Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images) I denied that Trump was a racist. Not anymore. 1 / 24 Back to Gallery To this day, I can remember almost the precise spot where it happened: a supermarket parking lot in eastern Massachusetts. It was the mid-1970s; I was not yet a teenager, or barely one. I don't remember exactly what precipitated the woman's ire. But I will never forget what she said to my mother, who had come to this country from the Philippines decades before. In these … [Read more...] about I denied that Trump was a racist. Not anymore.
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Breana Noble The Detroit News Published 5:36 PM EDT Jul 9, 2019 Clawson — Automotive leaders, family of Chrysler employees and a former governor joined the family of Lee Iacocca on Tuesday as they mourned the death of the famed CEO known for his sales pitches and the success of the Ford Mustang and Chrysler minivan. A steady stream of guests entered Lynch Sons Funeral Home in Clawson during a public viewing to remember the man who saved Chrysler Corp. in 1980. He died July 2 at age 94 from complications with Parkinson's disease. "He was the right man at the right time in the right place," former Michigan Gov. Jim Blanchard said. "He was not just a businessman. He was a master politician. He was a social philosopher." Blanchard worked with Iacocca for a dozen years. Blanchard was the principal sponsor of the deal to loan Chrysler $1.5 billion in 1980 while he served in Congress. "He testified before Congress, and he was … [Read more...] about Friends, families of Chrysler workers remember Lee Iacocca
.......... .......... .......... .......... .......... .......... .......... .......... .......... .......... .......... .......... .......... .......... .......... .......... .......... ..........Copyright © 2019 Albuquerque Journal Ezra Rose, Kim Burks and Cacia Chavez, friends of Laura and Shanta Hanish, hug at a candlelight vigil at Hyder Park in Southeast Albuquerque on Thursday. ((Greg Sorber/Journal)Rays of sun danced through the trees in Hyder Park on Thursday as leaves rustled in the wind and storm clouds cleared from the sky. People streamed into the park from all corners, cars lined the curbs, a couple pushed a dog in a stroller toward a picnic table dressed up with a rainbow cloth and a picture of a mother and her daughter.By about 7:30 p.m., more than 200 people were gathered around the bright table set up for a vigil remembering Laura and Shanta Hanish in Southeast Albuquerque. The mother and daughter were killed last week in their home just a couple blocks away. … [Read more...] about Family and friends remember slain mother and daughter
Following the release of the redacted Mueller report, President Donald Trump’s lawyers provided the full transcript of Trump’s written answers to questions Mueller posed to the president during his investigation. More than two dozen times, Trump’s answers included phrases like “I can’t remember” or “I do not recall.” Story Continued Below Trump’s lawyers took issue with Mueller’s questions, saying they invited “speculative answers” because they were based on “brief interactions” that took place more than two years earlier during “an extraordinarily eventful and fast-paced presidential election campaign.” The lawyers said that the questions, many of them pertaining to alleged communications with foreign operatives, would be “burdensome” for any person to remember, let alone the president of the United States. Following are the 27 things Trump couldn’t recall. The full … [Read more...] about 27 times Trump can’t remember
PRAGUE (Reuters) - Two-times Wimbledon champion Petra Kvitova told a Czech court on Tuesday how she grabbed the blade of an attacker's knife and forced it away from her neck, leaving blood everywhere, during an attack at her home in December 2016. Kvitova suffered severe wounds to her playing left hand as she struggled with the knife-wielding intruder. She returned to professional tennis in May 2017, crowning her comeback 18 months later with her first final appearance at 2019 Australian Open. Giving testimony in the trial of a 33-year-old man charged with her assault, Kvitova said she had felt no pain when the 10-inch blade cut into her hand. To avoid direct confrontation with the suspect during the trial, Kvitova sat in a separate room at the Brno regional courthouse, giving a detailed account via microphone and camera of how the man entered her apartment and then attacked her. The man had rung her doorbell at 8:30 a.m. posing as a workman come to inspect the hot water system in the … [Read more...] about ‘I remembered his eyes’