BOZEMAN, Mont. — Montana Republican Greg Gianforte narrowly beat a political novice to win a seat in the U.S. House of Representatives on Thursday, barely 24 hours after he was charged with assaulting a reporter. A race that was expected to be a test of President Donald Trump's political clout ahead of next year's U.S. congressional elections was jolted by the charge against Gianforte, a wealthy technology executive who had urged voters to send him to Congress to help fellow Republican Trump.
What's that you're saying, manworld? You don't want women in combat? You don't want high school seniors with perfect grades to march across the graduation stage because they're pregnant or bared their shoulders? You don't want thousands of tweens and teens dancing in an estrogen haze of girlpower at an Ariana Grande concert? Manworld tried extra hard to tell women "no" this week.
For 17 years, Ajibola and Adeboye Taiwo tried to have a child but had no luck. Until now - times six. Ajibola Taiwo gave birth to sextuplets earlier this month at a Richmond hospital, and doctors said the three boys and three girls, along with their mother, are doing well. It's the first time sextuplets have been born at VCU Medical Center, officials said. On Thursday, the babies were still in the hospital's neonatal intensive care unit. Their mother was released last week and is "very involved" in the babies' care, hospital spokeswoman Shira Pollard said.
Somewhere in the middle of my second trimester, my body changed seemingly overnight from maybe-pregnant to obvious, undeniable baby-on-board. At the same moment, my bump moved from its cushy bubble of is-she-or-isn't-she polite discretion to a free-for-all open season of body commentary.
BRUSSELS - President Donald Trump on Thursday denounced U.S. leaks about Britain's investigation of the Manchester terrorist bombing and ordered the Justice Department to launch a full investigation. In a statement issued amid meetings with foreign leaders, Trump responded to British outrage over the leaks by calling them "deeply troubling" and vowing to "get to the bottom of this."
Does this sound familiar? Betsy DeVos went to Capitol Hill to testify before U.S. lawmakers. She didn't answer a lot of direct questions and engaged in some contentious debates with some members.
A Fox News reporter provided a vivid eyewitness account late Wednesday of an attack on a reporter by Montana Republican congressional candidate Greg Gianforte that led to him being cited for assault by the county sheriffand to lose his endorsements from two Montana newspapers ahead of the special election set for Thursday. Both papers, the Missoulian and the Billings Gazette, issued scathing denunciations of Gianforte.
The man's losing battle with heroin was laid out right there on the nightstand of the halfway house. There were three morning devotionals, including "God Calling," geared toward keeping a person's thoughts pointed heavenward. Then there was the nicotine: two packs of cigarettes, a vaporizer and a case of snus to quell cravings. And near the edge: empty packets of heroin, a spoon and a syringe half full of the last hit the man would ever inject.
Designer Amy Zantzinger styled her family's waterside retreat to be an elegant yet casual farmhouse. No country cliches here: Her look combines rustic farm tables, lanterns and antique weather vanes with contemporary lighting and white marble bathrooms. Here are some of her ideas for getting the modern farmhouse look: - Paint most of the rooms in the same white paint.
A small Christian school in western Maryland is not backing down from its decision to ban a pregnant senior from walking at graduation next week. Despite a public outcry and growing pressure from national antiabortion groups to reconsider, Heritage Academy in Hagerstown, Maryland, says that senior Maddi Runkles broke the school's rules by engaging in intimate sexual activity.