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Terry Crews to Senate Committee: ‘Expendables’ Producer Threatened Me for Speaking Out About Sexual Harassment

Terry Crews to Senate Committee: ‘Expendables’ Producer Threatened Me for Speaking Out About Sexual Harassment
  • Terry Crews to Senate Committee: ‘Expendables’ Producer Threatened Me for Speaking Out About Sexual Harassment FWC: Terry Crews to Senate Committee: ‘Expendables’ Producer Threatened Me for Speaking Out About Sexual Harassment

    Terry Crews says a film producer said he could only return to the “Expendables” franchise if he dropped his sexual assault lawsuit against a Hollywood agent. The actor said it was an example of how “abusers protect abusers.”

  • Analyst: Tariffs likely to cost American jobs FWC: Analyst: Tariffs likely to cost American jobs

    President Donald Trump’s decision to impose tariffs on imported steel and aluminum has resulted in retaliation from the country’s closest trading partners, which at least one analyst warns will cost American jobs. (June 26)         

  • Honestly, I Was Better At My Job Before I Got Sober FWC: Honestly, I Was Better At My Job Before I Got Sober

    I felt my drinking ? and the daily recovery from it ? motivated me. When I stopped, everything changed.

  • Civil rights icon John Lewis: 'We are all humans' FWC: Civil rights icon John Lewis: 'We are all humans'

    John Lewis was the youngest speaker at the March on Washington in 1963.  Since that time the words of the civil rights icon have echoed through battles for civil rights for dozens of years. On Saturday that voice may never have thundered louder as Lewis took on immigration at an Atlanta rally.…

  • Pompeo: North Korea has not yet returned U.S. remains FWC: Pompeo: North Korea has not yet returned U.S. remains

    Secretary of State Mike Pompeo says North Korea has not yet turned over remains of U.S. soldiers killed during the Korean War, despite President Trump’s assertion that they have either returned some remains or is in the process of doing so. (June 27)         

  • Federal judge strikes down Kentucky's Medicaid work requirements FWC: Federal judge strikes down Kentucky's Medicaid work requirements

    A federal judge has struck down Kentucky’s plan to require some people on Medicaid to work or volunteer         

  • Masahiro Tanaka’s return could be just around the corner FWC: Masahiro Tanaka’s return could be just around the corner

    Masahiro Tanaka is expected to make a minor league rehab start this week and then could rejoin the rotation in Baltimore. “That’s the best-case scenario,’’ GM Brian Cashman said of Tanaka pitching on the next road trip. “After his rehab start, if everything goes well.” Tanaka’s return could spell the…

  • 2018 Malmo Sweden Fatal Shootings Surge, Already Set to Beat 2017 Figure FWC: 2018 Malmo Sweden Fatal Shootings Surge, Already Set to Beat 2017 Figure

    Shooting fatalities in the heavily migrant-populated Swedish city of Malmö are set to exceed 2017’s total, the morbid statistic propelled forward by the recent gang shooting in the area.

  • 32 Mexican Journalists Murdered Since 2016 FWC: 32 Mexican Journalists Murdered Since 2016

    Mexico continues to be the most dangerous place for journalists where most attacks on press freedom come at the hands of organized crime and government officials. Despite the constant assurances by the Mexican government, since 2016, the nation suffered the murders of 32 journalists with most of those cases still…

  • Kilauea's lava rushes like a river FWC: Kilauea's lava rushes like a river

    Lava continues to flow near a residential neighborhood decimated by the Kilauea volcano eruption on the Big Island of Hawaii.         

  • Paul George spurns Lakers, agrees max contract to stay with Oklahoma City Thunder FWC: Paul George spurns Lakers, agrees max contract to stay with Oklahoma City Thunder

    The Lakers and Sixers wanted to talk, but the gamble the Thunder took a year ago that they could win Paul George over has paid off.

  • Recreational marijuana now legal in Vermont FWC: Recreational marijuana now legal in Vermont

    Recreational use of marijuana is legal now in Vermont — within boundaries of some clear and not-so-clear rules