On Thursday afternoon, with the furor over Omarosa Manigault Newman’s tell-all memoir of her year in the White House slightly fading, reality TV’s favorite villain struck again.
In an old Facebook video, Shanann Watts, who was reported missing on Monday along with her two daughters, Bella, 3, and Celeste, 4, talks about how she met her husband, calling him the “best thing that’s ever happened” to her. Her husband, Chris Watts, now faces three counts of murder.
A coroner’s office on Friday confirmed three bodies found this week are those of a missing pregnant Colorado mother and her two daughters, police said.
Shanann Watts had been looking forward to a party on Saturday to disclose the gender of her third child, CNN affiliate KDVR said, quoting a friend.
The Vatican responded on Thursday to a Pennsylvania grand jury report that detailed decades of sexual abuses by priests and cover-ups by bishops, calling the accusations described in the report “criminal and morally reprehensible.”
Guess who won’t let the name “Omarosa” pass her lips? CNN’s Jeanne Moos reports on “this individual.”
Donald Trump loves non-disclosure agreements. In his life before politics, he regularly used NDAs to ensure discretion from his employees, should they become former employees.
For school designers and architects, the current debate about how to make schools safer focuses too much on add-on measures.