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A lawyer for Lt. Gov. Justin Fairfax sent a letter to NBCUniversal demanding NBC correct reports from reporters that Fairfax directed profanities toward the professor who accused him of a sexual assault in 2004.
Rakesh Kilaru of Wilkinson Walsh + Eskovitz sent the letter Wednesday demanding NBC cease and desist from reporting that Fairfax said “f— that b—-” at Vanessa Tyson in a private caucus meeting on Monday night, and cease and desist from attributing any other false and unsubstantiated statements to Fairfax.
The letter said NBC reporting staff told Fairfax’s communications director, Lauren Burke, that NBC would “be pulling the initial false reports,” but said tweets from reporters remained online. [Read More]
Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Kamala D. Harris on Thursday called for an investigation of allegations that Virginia Lt. Gov. Justin Fairfax raped a woman in 2004.
Ms. Harris said the accuser, Scripps College professor Vanessa Tyson, had “credibility.”
President Trump, speaking at the National Prayer Breakfast in Washington, D.C. Thursday, assured his audience that his administration will protect religious liberties.
“I will never let you down,” the president told his audience — which included House Speaker Nancy Pelosi. “I can say that. Never.” [Read More]
Cell phone video shows the moment when a school’s principal is accused of scuffling with a student.
The commotion happening in the halls of Charles H. Flowers High School Wednesday.
You see a man appear to take a swipe at a student, that student take a swipe of his own, while a school resource officer attempts to separate them. [Read More]
With Valentine’s Day just over a week away, it seems many Americans may be heading for failure.
A new survey finds nearly 60 percent of people give their partner an F grade when it comes to bringing the romance on February 14.
The Groupon study, which looked into gift expectations and plans surrounding the annual day of love, uncovered that the average person rates their partner at just 52 percent — an F-grade equivalent — when it comes to the effort they put into Valentine’s Day. [Read More]
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