'The Apprentice' Producer: I Don't Have Legal Ability To Release Tapes

Turns out, Burnett, creator of " The Apprentice ", and MGM, which owns the rights to " The Apprentice " and " Celebrity Apprentice ", will not be releasing any footage. rated female contestants by the size of their breasts and talked about which ones he'd like to have sex with". "We were in the boardroom one time, figuring out who to blame for the task, and [Trump] just stopped in the middle and pointed to someone and said, 'You'd f-k her, wouldn't you?" Trump's campaign denied the ...

Clinton proposes closing real estate loophole, not Trump

The numbers didn't add up ; the blueprint was demonstrably dishonest and contradictory ; and by some independent estimates, the GOP candidate's proposal would actually raise taxes on the middle class while delivering a windfall for the rich.

UK PM May says parliament will get opportunity to debate Brexit

The struggling pound rose on Wednesday after a brutal sell-off, as British Prime Minister Theresa May's offer to give lawmakers some scrutiny of the process to leave the European Union calmed market fears of a "hard Brexit". Lawyers expect the final decision will be made by the Supreme Court in December. The opposition Labour party hailed her move as a climbdown, although her office said she had always stated that parliament should have a role.

Lindor homers as Indians race past Jays 2-0 in ALCS opener

Friday's outing which included just six hits allowed, a walk and six strikeouts, was only building on his growing reputation as the best playoff pitcher the Blue Jays have ever had, until that sixth-inning pitch to Lindor. Lindor picked up the story from there in his meeting with reporters after the Indians posted a 2-0 victory over the Blue Jays . It was 14 degrees Celsius at first pitch.

US stocks slip on China concerns; investors seek safety

The benchmark index had closed below the 2,140 mark on Thursday, confirming a break below its 100-day moving average, which had served as technical support over the past month. Concerns about the global economy contributed to the early weakness on Wall Street following the release of disappointing Chinese trade data. Also on Friday, JPMorgan Chase , Citigroup and Wells Fargo will be reporting earnings.

Citigroup tops Wall Street expectations for earnings and revenue

Citigroup tops Wall Street expectations for earnings and revenue

From now through October 16, choose from wonderful subscription offers.... Both figures beat the expectations of analysts, who had predicted profit of $1.16 per share on revenue of $17.36 billion. The third quarter of previous year reportedly had $1.35 in EPS on $18.07 billion in revenue. The company's revenue was dragged down by its Citi Holdings unit, which holds assets that the company plans to sell off.