The 2-year-old boy ran to his older sister Ruby’s rescue during her wrestling match at an elementary school meet in Columbia City, Indiana, on Sunday.
(Click here if you are having trouble viewing the gallery and video on your mobile device.) DEAR CAROLYN: You have obviously never been excluded like the sister in the Nov. 17 column. I have been. I have done the “mature thing” and told them. Their excuse is that I don’t live near them so it’s not that easy. However on several occasions they have gone to events near me and never called to see if I wanted to go. But it’s not only me, it’s my son as well. My nieces will post things they do and not even think of inviting him. But that’s another story. So I have been doing petty things like passive comments on Facebook. Do I hope this hurts them? Damn straight I do. I will see them during the holidays
During a press conference in Beverly Hills to promote his Nextflix movie “Bright,” the actor veered into a near-messianic jag about Democrat Doug Jones’ defeat of Republican Roy Moore in Alabama’s election for Senate, Indiewire reported.
Wu Yongning made his living climbing skyscrapers and hanging off the tops of buildings. While attempting to do pull-ups off the top of a 62-story skyscraper in Changsha on November 8, Yongning lost his grip and plummeted to his death. Chinese rooftopping star Wu Yongning fell to his death from 62-storey building while attempting a challenge.
Former chief official White House photographer Pete Souza, author of "Obama: An Intimate Portrait," describes what it was like to photograph Obama immediately following the shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, CT. Following is a transcript of the video. Pete Souza: My name is Pete Souza, I was the chief official photographer for President Obama. To set the scene a little bit, it was about a month since he had been reelected to a second term, so there was that sort of afterglow that was still being felt, I think, throughout the White House. It was also Christmastime at the White House, so there were these decorations and Christmas trees, a very festive time of the year. And word
Goodell might win all the money, but he won’t do it without sacrificing something. And that something is the only thing Jerry Jones ever wanted in this whole squabble.
It seems like ever since the day President Trump was officially declared the 45th president of the United States, his critics have been demanding impeachment. There are a few reasons why impeachment probably isn’t going to happen. In the entire history of the U.S. presidency, only two leaders were successfully impeached - Andrew Johnson and Bill Clinton.