"I'm sorry I yelled at you," Sajak told him, via the outlet. "It's just -- I don't remember your mother giving us trouble like you did." … [Read more...] about ‘Wheel of Fortune’ host Pat Sajak jokingly calls out ‘ungrateful’ contestant: ‘I finally snapped!’
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Dean also told the Caller that she believes children should be in school amid the coronavirus pandemic, in part because evidence suggests they are less susceptible. She has been vocal against Cuomo and some of his mandates — particularly the one that required nursing homes to accept COVID-19 positive patients. (RELATED: EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW: Fox News’ Janice Dean Is Continuing To Fight After Cuomo’s Disastrous Nursing Home Mandate) … [Read more...] about EXCLUSIVE — ‘People Should Be Able To Make Those Decisions’: Fox’s Janice Dean On Cuomo’s Thanksgiving Rules
Trump, who has kept mostly a low profile since Joe Biden was declared the winner of the Nov. 3 election, will continue the White House tradition of calling troops, with a scheduled video teleconference with members of the military in the late afternoon. … [Read more...] about What is President Trump doing on Thanksgiving?
Flynn later worked to withdraw his guilty plea in January 2020. In May, the Justice Department (DOJ), after initially defending the prosecution, reversed its position and began looking to drop the charges against him. His legal case had since stalled, after U.S. District Court Judge Emet Sullivan resisted the DOJ's request and appointed a judge to determine whether Flynn should be held in criminal contempt for perjury. … [Read more...] about Dem leaders condemn Trump’s pardon of Michael Flynn: ‘Abuse of power’
The Axe debuted on the eve of a baseball game between the universities in 1899, when Stanford students used it to decapitate a straw man adorned in Cal blue and gold. The Bears rallied to upset Stanford the next day, and fans wrestled The Axe away from the Stanford students and smuggled it across the bay via ferry. The Axe was placed in a safe at a Berkeley bank, to be removed once a year for the Axe Rally. In 1933, The Axe became the Big Game trophy. It’s mounted on a plaque that lists the scores of each game since then. … [Read more...] about Cal and Stanford’s rivalry in a pandemic feels like anything but a Big Game week