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Hillary Clinton‘s new campaign memoir, What Happened, takes readers behind the scenes of the tearful October 2016 moment when she and top aide Huma Abedin first learned that the FBI was continuing its previously closed investigation into the former secretary of state’s use of a private email server.
It was Oct. 28, 2016, just 11 days before the November election, and Clinton and Abedin were on a flight en route to a campaign rally in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, when news broke of then-fbi Director James Comey’s “October surprise” — a letter to eight congressional committees announcing that the FBI had uncovered emails »
- Tierney McAfee
Sinclair Broadcast Group seems eager to tie up loose ends as the FCC weighs the company’s $3.9 billion deal to buy Tribune Media. Just weeks after renewing some affiliation deals with Fox, the TV station owner says today that it has a multi-year deal with CBS for some outlets whose affiliations were to expire at the end of 2018. The extensions cover CBS affiliates in Cedar Rapids, Iowa; Harlingen, TX; and Portland, Me. The agreement also covers a Syracuse, NY affiliate… »
President Donald Trump and First Lady Melania Trump took some time away from their White House duties to attend the wedding of Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin and Scottish-born actress Louise Linton on Saturday.
The newly married couple said their “I dos” in a lavish ceremony in Washington, D.C., partying the night away at a reception packed with family and friends.
The wedding took place at the Mellon Auditorium, a historic government-owned public space that is connected to the Environmental Protection Agency’s headquarters and right around the block from the Trump International Hotel. Melania wore a pink silk chiffon »
- Dave Quinn
Attention all unemployed minors: Jobs are coming!
But the president’s message was slightly skewed in a video promotion for the rally that Trump himself posted on Facebook later in the day.
The video’s creator seems to have fallen victim to a classic case of homophone confusion, writing that the White House is “putting our minors back to work” — referring to underage citizens as opposed to the coal miners Trump has championed throughout his campaign and presidency. »
- Alexia Fernandez
Fox News host Tucker Carlson slammed rival CNN on Thursday night, saying the network practices “advocacy” as opposed to journalism these days because they attack President Trump so often. Carlson and The Hill media columnist Joe Concha were discussing the fact that CNN and MSNBC didn’t air Trump’s recent rally in Cedar Rapids, Iowa in its entirety. “MSNBC I get actually, they know who their audience is. That doesn’t bother me,” Carlson said. “CNN’s supposed to be a news channel and they talk about Trump a lot and here they have a chance to actually show Trump talking but they cut. »
- Brian Flood
- Joseph Wulfsohn
“Morning Joe” co-host Mika Brzezinski accused President Donald Trump of lying to supporters during a rally in Cedar Rapids, Iowa on Wednesday night. “It’s so uncomfortable to see a president… lies, after lies, after lies from the president of the Unites States,” Brzezinski said on Thursday’s show. The MSNBC personality, who was without fiancé and co-host Joe Scarborough on Thursday, said that Trump “made a lot of claims and told a lot of lies” during his trip to Iowa. Also Read: MSNBC's Jacob Soboroff Brings 'Sense of Urgency' to Opioid Crisis The morning show played a clip of »
- Brian Flood
- Joseph Wulfsohn
- Joe DePaolo
“It’s always terrific to be able to leave that Washington swamp and spend time with the truly hard working people we call American Patriots, truly amazing people,” President Donald Trump told a crowd attending his latest still-campaigning rally, in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, aka “home of the greatest wrestlers in the world.” Trump quickly congratulated Karen Handel on Tuesday night’s win in the Georgia special election. Karen is going to be really incredible,” Trump said of the… »
Near the start of President Trump's rally in Cedar Rapids, Ia, he was disrupted by a group of protesters as he began giving praise to Rep. Steve Scalise who is still recovering in the hospital after the shooting last week. »
- Joseph Wulfsohn
- Mediaite Staff
This article originally appeared on EW.com.
After 39 days, four hidden immunity idols, three advantages, one sugar-related prank, and countless bonkers Tribal Councils, a winner was crowned on Survivor: Game Changers, and that winner was… Sarah Lacina. The 33-year-old police officer from Cedar Rapids, Iowa, dominated the season strategically and was rewarded for her efforts, beating Brad Culpepper and Troy “Troyzan” Robertson in the finals to take home the million dollar prize.
- Dalton Ross
An American Airlines flight en route to Cedar Rapids, Iowa, from Chicago O’Hare was forced to make an emergency landing at DuPage Airport in Illinois due to smoke in the cockpit and cabin on Monday morning.
The flight, operated by the regional SkyWest Airlines, touched down safely at around 9:15am at the West Chicago airport and all 54 passengers on board were safely evacuated, according to ABC Chicago.
“SkyWest flight 2936, operating as American Eagle from Chicago O’Hare to Cedar Rapids, Iowa diverted to Dupage, Illinois, after reports of smoke in the cockpit. The flight landed safely and passengers deplaned normally. »
- Mackenzie Schmidt
The 39-year-old actor was honored with the Robert D. Ray Pillar of Character Award -- which recognizes "good character as a role model" -- at the Ron Pearson Center in West Des Moines, Iowa, on Saturday, and in addition to gushing over his wife, he also opened up about a time when he had his "name splashed across every gossip magazine as an adulterer, like, five years ago."
Kutcher spoke about reports that he was unfaithful to Demi Moore prior to their split in 2011, which ultimately led to their divorce in 2013. "Character comes out when those magazines tear you apart for something you may or may not have done and you gotta go out and perform tomorrow, with everyone looking at you like you might be an adulterer »
Ralph is back, and he isn't just wrecking whatever buildings he can, he's here to break the internet!
Disney is bringing the news at Cinema Con in Las Vegas! One of the major announcements they dropped was that Wreck It Ralph is finally getting it's sequel! This go around Ralph is escaping out of his arcade and into the expansive universe of the internet next year when the sequel hits the big screen. Dave Hollis, head of distribution for The Walt Disney Studios, revealed the much-anticipated sequel’s title, Ralph Breaks the Internet: Wreck-It Ralph 2.
Hollis also let us know that John C. Reilly, Sarah Silverman, Jane Lynch and Jack McBrayer are all returning tot he film. Also returning are the team behind the original Wreck-It Ralph, directors Rich Moore (Zootopia, The Simpsons) and Phil Johnston (writer, Zootopia, Cedar Rapids), and producer Clark Spencer (Zootopia, Bolt) are hard at work on the movie. »
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Wreck-It Ralph is escaping out of his arcade and into the expansive universe of the internet next year when Ralph Breaks The Internet: Wreck-it Ralph 2 hits the big screen. Dave Hollis, head of distribution for The Walt Disney Studios, revealed the much-anticipated sequel’s title and told CinemaCon attendees that Jane Lynch and Jack McBrayer would be returning to the roster.
Also returning are the team behind the original “Wreck-It Ralph,” who won an Oscar last month for Walt Disney Animation Studios’ billion-dollar-box-office-blockbuster “Zootopia.” Directors Rich Moore (“Zootopia,” “Wreck-It Ralph,” “The Simpsons”) and Phil Johnston (writer, “Wreck-It Ralph,” “Zootopia,” “Cedar Rapids”), and producer Clark Spencer (“Zootopia,” “Wreck-It Ralph,” “Bolt”) are hard at work on the movie. “To take these characters we love and have them enter the enormous world of the internet has given us so much to explore,” said Moore. “Our production team has been hard at work »
- Michelle McCue
As CinemaCon continues throughout the week, all the big studios are planning massive events to showcase their upcoming movies. Warner Bros. has a two hour event scheduled for tomorrow, and Universal is doing an unprecedented four hours. Not Disney. No. The biggest studio around right now spent literally twelve and half minutes on their presentation before diving into the meat of their big show, which was a screening of Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales in full. The biggest news to come out of their short, but sweet dog and pony show was the title reveal for Wreck-It-Ralph 2. The full title is officially Ralph Breaks the Internet: Wreck-It Ralph 2.
Along with the title, we also have a logo to show off, and the full press release that was shared by Disney. You can read the full thing here: Wreck-It Ralph is escaping out of his arcade »
Name: Sarah Lacina Hometown: Cedar Rapids, Iowa Age: 31 Previously Played On: “Survivor: Cagayan” Blindsided on “Survivor: Cagayan,” Sarah Lacina isn’t going to make the same mistakes in “Game Changers.” In fact, Sarah shares her new alliance plans with Erin Cebula. “I think the perception is that Sarah & Tony don’t get along,” she says. “In reality, […] »
Liz Meriwether has found her next new girl.
“Thin Ice” centers on a woman who reclaims her dreams when she finds herself at the end of the earth — in Antarctica — surrounded by a group of brilliant misfits.
Mender will play the central female lead, Lou, who is described as messy and directionless. A receptionist at the National Science Foundation in Virginia, she’s not giving up on her dreams so easily, so she jumps at the chance to go to Antarctica for a new job that may re-ignite for passion for science.
Whitlock will play Bill, a geologist in the Antarctic research team in Antarctica, who is a little intimidating and has no patience for idiots.
“Thin Ice” was put on the fast-track for the 2017- »
- Elizabeth Wagmeister
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