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‘He blessed my life’: Mel Brooks and Hollywood mourn comedy icon Gene Wilder

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News of the death of comedy legend Gene Wilder reverberated around the entertainment world on Monday afternoon.

“Gene Wilder, one of the truly great talents of our time is gone. He blessed every film we did together with his special magic,” said Mel Brooks in a statement posted by the Hollywood reporter. “And he blessed my life with his friendship. He will be so missed.”

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Brooks and Wilder collaborated on seminal works like The Producers, Blazing Saddles, and Young Frankenstein. But other actors and comedians shared their memories of Wilders’ entire career online, as seen below.


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New Jersey man indicted as possible Hezbollah terrorist who wanted to bomb FBI, bridges and tunnels

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NBC investigative reporter Tom Winter reported Thursday that the U.S. Attorneys office in New York has indicted a New Jersey man who was scouting locations to bomb in the United States in the name of Hezbollah.

According to NBC News, Alexei Saab was arrested in July after he was discovered to be scouting locations like the FBI building in New York, bridges and tunnels in New Jersey and New York, Rockefeller Plaza, Times Square, as well as some targets in Boston and Washington, D.C. like Fenway Park.

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‘No comment’: Ukraine president won’t say if Trump personally asked for his country’s help with Joe Biden

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Al-Monitor reporter Laura Rozen tweeted a list of all of the foreign leaders that President Donald Trump called from June to August 12, 2019. Of those leaders, House committee chairs said they intend to look specifically at a July 25 conversation between Trump and Ukraine President Volodymyr Zelensky.

https://twitter.com/lrozen/status/1174737202317877248

The Independent reported Wednesday that Trump allegedly told Zelensky to "reopen" an investigation into former Vice President Joe Biden.

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Republican congressman collapses in capital rotunda moments before going on Fox Business

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According to Samantha-Jo Roth of NY1, Rep. Tom Reed (R-NY) collapsed in the Cannon House Office Building Rotunda as he was about to go on air with Fox News.

The police and members of the media quickly came to his aid until he was conscious.

https://twitter.com/SamanthaJoRoth/status/1174739223150120963

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“I’m back,” Reed told police officers who came up to assist him.

According to Roth, he is speaking and conscious.

https://twitter.com/SamanthaJoRoth/status/1174740281352081408

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