The small screen is trying to make us forget the big one.Last week in this space I discussed “Helstrom.” The week before I focused on “Star Trek: Prodigy,” “M.O.D.O.K.,” “Invincible” and several other upcoming TV shows, all discussed at New York Comic-Con.And. There. Is. Still. More.SHADOW OF THE BATIt’s been a minute since The CW announced that Ruby Rose was leaving “Batwoman” after one season, to be replaced by Javicia Leslie as an entirely new character wearing the suit. And now the suit itself is changing, according to The CW.Not by a lot, in that basic black with red highlights is going t…
Trump Organization sued by tenants for raising rents in ‘invoice-padding scheme’: report
President Donald Trump has another lawsuit facing him upon leaving office in January. The New York Times reported Thursday that Trump is tried "a maneuver" that would score he and his siblings millions and lower their taxes.
Leonie Green of the Westminster Apartments in Brooklyn is among a group of tenants in a rent-regulated apartment building that the late Fred Trump Sr. owned. The group says that there has been a decade-long fraud committed against the residents to increase rents artificially through an "invoice-padding scheme."
Here’s the scheme Trump is using to keep his political appointees in power during Biden’s administration
Christopher Prandoni was just 29 when he joined President Donald Trump’s administration as associate director for natural resources at the Council on Environmental Quality. Last year, he hopped over to the Interior Department and became a close adviser to Secretary David Bernhardt, sometimes attending multiple meetings a day with the agency head.
In April, Bernhardt named Prandoni, only three years out of law school, to a $114,000-a-year position that’s part of the career civil service. His appointment as a judge in the Interior Department’s Office of Hearings and Appeals, which arbitrates land-use disputes, drew sharp criticism from environmental groups concerned that Prandoni would infuse ideology into decisions and undermine the panel’s integrity.
‘Russia and China have to be laughing’: Mitt Romney goes off on Trump’s voter fraud conspiracy theories
Sen. Mitt Romney (R-UT) went off in an interview with CNN on Thursday.
Speaking to CNN's Wolf Blitzer, Romney was asked about President Donald Trump's attempt to steal the 2020 election after losing by over 8 million votes to President-elect Joe Biden.
"The attorney general has said there's no there there," said Romney. "The courts have all looked at the evidence and said there's no evidence there. Now, of course, there will be circumstances where one or two, or a handful, maybe even 100 ballots were incorrectly sent in or counted, and those things get adjusted and get fixed. But the idea of widespread fraud is simply not been shown to us. And if that evidence does exist, please show it to us. At this stage, we don't see it. So, for the president or anyone else to go out and allege widespread fraud and say the election is rigged, and the election was stolen, that obviously strikes at the very foundation of democracy here, and around the world for that matter. People watch America. If we can't have a free and fair election, how can they have it in other nations of the world?"