A trade, Bryce Treggs, re-signing T.O. "That's what you get with him". And his larger point, that there were other missed opportunities that contributed to the loss, had some credibility. "I think a lot of them were contested". He's such a great Eagle. With Election Day looming and talk of politics dividing the nation - including Texas, a red state that at least a few pundits speculate may turn purple, maybe even blue, in the presidential race - our local franchise is causing a national stir ...
Mindy Kaling did her best "Sully". Most of the A-list seemed to be at parties celebrating the spooky holiday, and many posted pictures online for us fans to enjoy. However, this time she chose to add just a touch of terror to her look by dressing up like an undead character. The plunging design, which was pulled in even tighter with a lace-up corset, also meant she had plenty of cleavage on display.
In two weeks of global release, it has earned almost $150 million. On the Cinemascore front, book fans have been recorded for all three films, as Inferno's B+ matches that of Angels & Demons and The Da Vinci Code. Elsewhere on the chart, the Indian romance Ae Dil Hai Mushkil, featuring some of the country's biggest stars, including Aishwarya Rai Bachchan and Ranbir Kapoor, makes a solid debut at No.
Martin was shot by George Zimmerman in Sanford, Fla., when he was walking through a neighborhood after buying food from a convenience store. When Gaga revealed she had a duet with Florence Welch of Florence + the Machine on the album, I didn't know what to expect, but after finally hearing the song, it may go down as one of Gaga's best collaborations.
Some analysts have suggested the transaction could avoid a full-scale FCC review since Time Warner only holds one broadcast license and some satellite licenses. Not too long ago I accidentally got confused by two companies with the same name, one of which had been acquired. As it happened, the Obama administration did object to further consolidation of the nation's cable industry, and in April 2015 Time Warner Cable and Comcast called the whole thing off.
Hillary Clinton on Friday took square aim at Donald Trump's refusal to commit to accepting the November election's results, comparing Trump's rhetoric to that of world leaders who jail dissidents and invalidate elections. An average of polls by RealClearPolitics shows her now 6.3 points ahead at 48.5 percent support to Trump's 42.2 percent. "The biggest issue [from the debate] is his unwillingness to accept the outcome of the election".