Spicer harbored doubts about taking press secretary’s job

Video Kurtz: Why being Trump’s spokesman is a no-win proposition ‘MediaBuzz’ host Howard Kurtz weighs in on the difficulties that faced Trump’s first press secretary Sean Spicer and how they continue to plague Sarah Sanders. Note: Catch my interview with Sean Spicer on Sunday’s “MediaBuzz” “Sean, we’re getting killed in…

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1-Year-Old Baby Appears In Immigration Court, Cries Hysterically

in federal custody who appeared in immigration court without his parents in Phoenix briefly played with a ball, drank from a bottle, then “cried hysterically” as he was about to leave the courtroom Friday, according to The Associated Press. The little boy, identified in court only as Johan, was one of the…

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No Narcotics In Anthony Bourdain’s System When He Died: Report

Anthony Bourdain had no narcotics in his system when he killed himself this month, according to a French judicial official. The celebrity chef and CNN host died June 8 at the age of 61 in a hotel room in Kaysersberg, France. The death was ruled suicide by hanging, and a toxicology report was…

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Woman claims Mario Batali drugged, sexually assaulted her inside NYC restaurants rape room

Celebrity chef Mario Batali has been accused of sexual harassment by nine women. (AP) Mario Batali, one of the most famous chefs in the world, was accused of a string of disturbing crimes by a woman who used to work for him — crimes including drugging and sexually assaulting her…

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Trump Changed His Burger Order To Make It A Little Healthier

President Donald Trump has made a tweak to his diet.  Rudy Giuliani told the Washington Post that when the two met for lunch recently, Trump ate a burger, but with only half a bun as a means of making it healthier. Trump didn’t change what was inside the half-bun: The burger…

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Old doors from New York’s Chelsea Hotel auctioned for $400G

The door to Madonna’s room at New York City’s Chelsea Hotel recently sold for $16,250, a report said.  (Copyright 2017 The Associated Press. All rights reserved.) A bunch of rotting doors to the rooms of an old New York City hotel recently fetched a total of more than $400,000 at…

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ABC’s ‘American Idol’ loses again as critics ponder costly show’s future

close Video ‘American Idol’ hits ratings sour note falling behind ‘The Voice’ ABC’s revamped “American Idol” got clobbered by NBC’s “The Voice” on Monday night. “Idol” drew 7.7 million viewers, while “The Voice” was watched by about 10.7 million to win the night by a landslide. ABC’s revamped “American Idol”…

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As Deadly Fire Raged At Russian Mall, Trapped Children Called Their Families To Say Goodbye

More than 40 children were among the dozens killed in a blaze that ravaged a Siberian shopping center Sunday. Heartbreaking reports of the youngsters’ final moments suggest many were trapped in a cinema where they’d gone to enjoy a screening of a kids movie. Many of them called family members…

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‘Sex And The City’ Stars Support Cynthia Nixon’s Run For New York Governor

At least there’s one thing some of the “Sex and the City” cast can agree on: Cynthia Nixon is ready to run for office. The award-winning actress announced her bid to run for governor of New York on Monday after months of speculation she might throw her hat into the ring. Nixon…

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‘Black Panther’ Hits $1 Billion Mark In Worldwide Box Office Numbers

“Black Panther” has surpassed $1 billion at the worldwide box office, challenging industry norms about films with black casts.  The Marvel blockbuster passed the major benchmark on Friday, Forbes reports. The film is now the United States’ ninth domestically highest-grossing film of all time, and had the second-largest four-day domestic opening weekend.…

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Civil Rights Lawsuit Derails Deal To Sell Off Weinstein Co.: Reports

Plans to sell Harvey Weinstein’s movie company reportedly crumbled on Sunday after New York’s attorney general filed a lawsuit against the studio and its co-founders, accusing them of committing civil and human rights violations. A group headed by former Small Business Administration chief Maria Contreras-Sweet was expected to finalize a roughly $500…

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