Caitlyn Jenner: 'I would seriously look at a run' for office

Caitlyn Jenner: 'I would seriously look at a run' for office

Dragging Tucker Carlson into the matter is a little odd but it's the FOX News hosts choice to interview Jenner on his new show in Bill O'Reilly's old timeslot that seems to have gotten Sabo all worked up. Previously, the artist told the Los Angeles Times, "I don't think my work is meant to offend". The "I Am Cait" star came out as transgender two years ago in an interview with ABC's Diane Sawyer and revealed that she had "soul of a female".

Negotiators make progress on spending bill to keep US government open

By dropping his demand for immediate funding for it, he would reduce his ability to tout progress on his agenda since he took office on Jan 20. "How much will it cost?" questioned Senate Minority Leader Charles Schumer, D-N.Y. The Washington Post slammed President Donald Trump for continuing to seek money in a federal spending package to start building his proposed wall on the US border with Mexico.

'The truth will come out'

If nothing else, the initial round of advertisers that have come back to the 8 p.m. slot is a reminder that brands rarely turn their backs on entire networks, especially when the programming on said networks gels with their marketing objectives.

San Francisco Judge Blocks Trump Order On Sanctuary City Money

In a temporary ruling Tuesday, U.S. District Judge William Orrick ruled that Trump's executive order targeting so-called sanctuary cities was overreaching. His city was one of several communities in MA that the Department of Homeland Security recently cited as jurisdictions that have enacted policies that limit cooperation with Immigration and Customs Enforcement.

Arkansas carries out first double execution in US since 2000

Arkansas carries out first double execution in US since 2000

The inmates also sued over the sedative used in the two-drug protocol. The state proceeded to hold its first execution since 2005 Thursday and the country's first double execution Monday since 2000. Earlier Jones had argued his health conditions could lead to a painful death. In the two-minute long statement Jones said: "I hope over time you can learn who I really am and I am not a monster".

Disney Sets May 2019 Release Date For New 'Star Wars' Film

Disney announced a slate of release dates Tuesday, including Star Wars, a sequel to Frozen , and the next Indiana Jones flick, E News reports . Gad's lovable snowman was one of the highlights of the film, and he will be returning for the sequel along with Elsa, Anna, Kristoff, and Sven.