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    A FATHER allegedly killed his wife and two daughters moments before taking his own life. Gary Stanton, 60, is accused of shooting Mary Stanton, 49, and daughters Adrianna Stanton, 17, and Brianna Stanton, 11, to death before turning the gun on himself. 2(From left) Adriana, Brianna, and Mary Stanton were all identified in a murder-suicideCredit: Facebook According to the Jefferson County Coroner's Office, the bodies of the family were all found dead inside their Louisville home. Mary's sister has since opened up about her tragic loss, describing how she has been left heartbroken. "Mary was full of life, and this week, in particular, she was very optimistic about life," Mary's sister, Emily Muchemi, said to WDRB. "Nothing seemed off." Read More in Crime'OUT OF LOVE' Shocking life of ‘Mormon prophet’ who had 20 wives & 'plans to wed daughter'NEW FINDINGS Cops renew search in former home of 'serial killer who murdered 25 men' Mary had just become a registered nurse and started her adult daycare center. Meanwhile, Adrianna was a senior at the local high school and...
    It's been a dramatic week for the Danish Royal Family - after Queen Margarethe II of Denmark announced last week that she would be removing princely titles from four of her grandchildren. The decision saw a bitter royal row breakout, with her youngest son Prince Joachim claiming his children, Prince Nikolai, 23, Prince Felix, 20, Prince Henrik, 13, and Princess Athena, 10, were upset after having their 'identities removed'. As of January 1 2023, they will become Counts and Countesses, and will be known as Their Excellencies, rather than His or Her Royal Highness. Amid the scandal, Joachim, 53, and his second wife Princess Marie, 46, admitted their relationship with his older brother Crown Prince Frederik, 54, and his sister-in-law Crown Princess Mary, 50, is 'complicated'.  And now, one Spanish magazine has claimed the real reason behind the rift is because Joachim 'was deeply in love with his sister-in-law Mary', according to Vanitatis Elconfidencial. A photograph was even published by Swedish woman’s weekly magazine 'Svensk Damtidning', allegedly showing Joachim trying to kiss Mary at a gala party of the Royal Guard Regiment. It's been a dramatic...
    A woman who was subjected to satanic ritual abuse which involved her parents forcing her to get into a coffin with her sister's dead body at age nine has spoken out about her harrowing experiences. Mary Knight, 66, a social worker and film maker from Bellingham, Washington, released a documentary detailing the horrific sexual and physical abuse that she faced from a young age, which included her own parents prostituting her and forcing her to star in child pornography. Mary claimed she was raped by her grandfather and sexually assaulted by her mother for many years; and while her father didn't physically touch her, she said he would 'coach others' and 'take pictures' of them participating in the sexual acts. 'I had an extremely abusive childhood, I was prostituted as a child, my parents produced child pornography and used me in it,' she said in the documentary, which first came out in 2017 but was recently republished with added scenes on Real Women, Real Stories' YouTube page by executive producer and hedge fund manager Matan Uziel.  She explained that she...
    A woman who was put up for adoption as a toddler after her mother died of cancer has reunited with the little sister she never knew existed, 55 years after they were taken in by different families.   Sisters Diane Ward, 58, and Mary McLaughlin, 55, were separated just a few months after Mary was born, but now, the long-lost siblings have finally reunited. Diane was put up for adoption when she was young, and with a lack of records, she never knew much about her biological family. She spent her childhood in Michigan, and unbeknownst to her, she grew up in a house that was just a few blocks away from her sister Mary and her biological mom - who has since passed away from breast cancer. The two lived within minutes of each other for three years, until Mary was also adopted. Throughout their childhoods, both women were told by their adoptive parents that they had no siblings but they longed to know more about where they came from. Sisters Diane Ward (left), 58, and Mary McLaughlin (right), 55,...
    DONALD Trump is rarely far away from the headlines but his sister Elizabeth is the polar opposite and shuns the limelight. Elizabeth Trump was spotted in June 2020 in the wake of a scathing book her niece penned on the Trump family. 7Elizabeth with her brother Donald Trump in 1997Credit: Getty 7Elizabeth Trump, seen with Donald and their mother Mary at Mar-a-Lago in 1995Credit: Getty - Contributor 7Elizabeth's niece, Mary Trump, kicked up a storm of controversy with her tell-all bookCredit: Getty Elizabeth, then 78, was seen at a Palm Beach golf course restaurant with her husband James Walter Grau. At the time, Mary Trump, the 55-year-old daughter of Donald Trump's deceased older brother Fred Jr, was poised to publish the tell-all Too Much And Never Enough just before the Republican National Convention.  Elizabeth Trump though remained tight-lipped when approached by the Daily Mail for comment, saying very little: “I've got nothing to say.” She replied: “Not at all, not at all,” when asked to describe her feelings about the controversial book. Elizabeth was seen welcoming a couple to her...
    We have a bittersweet announcement to make here at Mediaite. The Mary Sue, our sister site covering geek and pop culture, has been acquired by GAMURS Group, a company that operates a host of websites covering entertainment and gaming. The Mary Sue was founded in 2011, two years after the launch of Mediaite. While it’s sad to see The Mary Sue leave the ranks of Abrams Media, we wish them all the best in what will no doubt be an exciting new chapter for the site. Congratulations are of course due to the incredible staff of The Mary Sue: Kaila Hale-Stern and Dan Van Winkle, the fearless managing editors, as well as Princess Weekes, Rachel Leishman, Vivian Kane, Chelsea Steiner, Briana Lawrence and Alyssa Shotwell. Like any family member, we may not always agree on certain issues, we will certainly miss seeing them in the office and reading their writing on Mediaite (whenever we were lucky enough to field a crosspost). Read the press release on the acquisition below. GAMURS Group Acquires TheMarySue.com, A Leader in Women’s Entertainment News Coverage...
    Rep. Liz Cheney’s newfound support for same-sex marriage garnered mixed reactions from progressives on Sunday, many of whom denounced her reversal as being too little, too late. During an interview on “60 Minutes,” Cheney said that she was “wrong” to oppose same-sex marriage in the past – a move that split her family due to her sister, Mary Cheney, being an open lesbian. “I was wrong. I was wrong,” she said. “It’s a very personal issue — and very personal for my family. I believe that my dad was right. And my sister and I have had that conversation … Freedom means freedom for everybody.” Cheney publicly opposed same-sex marriage during her failed 2013 senate campaign, which sparked a public family feud. In a Facebook post, Mary Cheney’s wife, Heather Poe, wrote: “Liz has been a guest in our home, has spent time and shared holidays with our children, and when Mary and I got married in 2012 — she didn’t hesitate to tell us how happy she was for us. To have her now say she doesn’t support our...
    Republican Wyoming Rep. Liz Cheney now supports gay marriage, she told CBS News’ Lesley Stahl during a Sunday appearance on 60 Minutes. “I was wrong. I was wrong,” the congresswoman said when pressed on her position. Cheney famously broke with her father, former Vice President Dick Cheney, and younger sister Mary on the issue ahead of the Supreme Court’s 2013 ruling in Hollingsworth v. Perry. Dick and Mary Cheney voiced their support for gay marriage then. Mary has been married to her partner Heather Poe since 2012, and signed onto an amicus brief in support of gay marriage ahead of the case. “I am not pro-gay marriage,” Liz Cheney said at the time. “I believe the issue of marriage must be decided by the states, and by the people in the states, not by judges and not even by legislators, but by the people themselves.” “I was wrong. I was wrong.” says Rep Liz Cheney about condemning same-sex marriage in 2013, a position that caused a split with her sister Mary, who is married to a woman. Rep Cheney says...
    During her 60 Minutes interview on Sunday, Rep. Liz Cheney (R-WY) admitted she was wrong for opposing same-sex marriage in 2013. Her sister, Mary Cheney, is gay, and she told Chris Wallace during a 2013 interview that she “believe[s] in the traditional definition of marriage.” “I love Mary very much. I love her family very much. This is just an issue on which we disagree,” she said at the time. Cheney’s comments sparked feuding within the family, with Mary Cheney writing then on Facebook, “Liz — this isn’t just an issue on which we disagree — you’re just wrong — and on the wrong side of history.” The sisters’ father, former Vice President Dick Cheney, began publicly supporting same-sex marriage at the state-level in 2004 and supported Mary Cheney’s marriage. Cheney, however, admitted during the Sunday interview she no longer stands by what she said in 2013. “I was wrong. I love my sister very much,” she said. “I love her family very much, and I was wrong. It’s a very personal issue and very personal for my family. I believe...
    Which states have reimposed mask mandates and which are resisting First 2021 live sighting of murder hornet reported in Washington state © Provided by INSIDER John Stamos said he enjoyed watching "Mary-Kate's sister" in "WandaVision." Disney+/ABC John Stamos said Elizabeth Olsen was "incredible" on her Disney+ show, "WandaVision." He remembers her as a "little girl" and said it's "remarkable" what she's done with her career. Stamos was a "Full House" costar to Olsen's older sisters, Mary-Kate and Ashley, from 1987 to 1995. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. John Stamos says he typically doesn't watch many Marvel movies or TV shows - but he did make an exception for "Mary-Kate's sister," Elizabeth Olsen, and her show "WandaVision." Stamos spoke warmly of Olsen's Emmy-nominated performance during a chat with Insider in July to promote his new true-crime podcast "The Grand Scheme: Snatching Sinatra." "I watched a little bit of Mary-Kate's sister on there. It was really cool," Stamos said about "WandaVision." "She was incredible," he added when asked what he thought of Olsen's acting on the series....
    John Stamos said he enjoyed watching "Mary-Kate's sister" in "WandaVision." Disney+/ABC John Stamos said Elizabeth Olsen was "incredible" on her Disney+ show, "WandaVision." He remembers her as a "little girl" and said it's "remarkable" what she's done with her career. Stamos was a "Full House" costar to Olsen's older sisters, Mary-Kate and Ashley, from 1987 to 1995. Business Insider: A daily selection of curated stories Loading Something is loading. Email address By clicking ‘Sign up’, you agree to receive marketing emails from Insider as well as other partner offers and accept our Terms of Service and Privacy Policy. John Stamos says he typically doesn't watch many Marvel movies or TV shows — but he did make an exception for "Mary-Kate's sister," Elizabeth Olsen, and her show "WandaVision."  Stamos spoke warmly of Olsen's Emmy-nominated performance during a chat with Insider in July to promote his new true-crime podcast "The Grand Scheme: Snatching Sinatra." "I watched a little bit of Mary-Kate's sister on there. It was really cool," Stamos said about "WandaVision." "She was incredible," he added when asked...
    Missed warnings of Capitol riot echo intelligence lapses before shootings, 9/11 Fiona Hill, the Russia expert who testified at Trumps first impeachment trial, is helping Biden prep for his first meeting with Putin, report says © Provided by People Kevin Mazur/WireImage Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen Mary-Kate Olsen is explaining why she and her twin sister Ashley Olsen are what she calls "discreet people." Speaking in an interview with i-D about their fashion line, The Row, Mary-Kate said that maintaining a private personal life is part of how she and Ashley grew up. "We were raised to be discreet people," Mary-Kate said, when asked about The Row's discreet, modest style. "I think that potentially that's just our aesthetic, our design preference," Ashley added, "But that doesn't mean that we don't also appreciate something truly ornate or maximal. Sometimes a collection even starts quite like that, and then gets pared down. It doesn't always start from that simplistic place." Elsewhere in the interview, Ashley said that she and Mary-Kate initially wanted to keep their names away from the brand....
    Before her death Saturday at 92, Sister Mary Joseph of the Trinity, O.C.D. , was the world’s most unlikely nun — a former millionaire with 10 children, 28 grandchildren and 16 great-grandchildren. “It’s kind of like ‘The Great Gatsby’ turned into ‘The Sound of Music,’” said Jane Gubser, a granddaughter. The woman formerly known as Ann Russell Miller was a railroad heiress, born in 1928, who married young, raised 10 kids, was a board member for dozens of philanthropic organizations, cofounded the northern California chapter of the Achievement Rewards for College Scientists Foundation and entertained friends at the nine-bedroom San Francisco mansion on Divisadero Street that she shared with her husband, Richard Kendall Miller, a prominent energy executive and arts patron. The deeply religious couple made a pact that, if one died, the other would join a religious order. When Richard died of cancer in 1984, Ann Miller did exactly that, giving away all her riches and joining the Carmelite Monastery of St. Joseph in Des Plaines, Illinois five years after her husband’s death. Richard and Ann Miller in a photo taken for their 35th wedding anniversary...
    LIKE her sister Liz, Mary Cheney has followed in the footsteps of her father into the world of American politics.  Here is a brief on the politician. 
    A previously unseen pair of 'highly personal and private' lockets exchanged between Charles Dickens and his sister-in-law are set to go on display in London next month. The author was 23 when he met his future wife Catherine Hogarth, then 19, in Fulham, west London in 1835. At the same time, he was also introduced to her two sisters, Mary, who was 14, and Georgina, who was six.  Some speculate Mary became the true love of his life and the inspiration behind some of his most famous characters, with Charles giving Mary a locket containing a stand of his own hair. She tragically died just three years later, and Georgina gave Dickens a similar pendant with Mary's hair inside in 1837. Both are set to go on display at the Charles Dickens Museum next month.  A pair of 'highly personal and private' lockets exchanged between Charles Dickens and his sister-in-law are set to go on display in London next month Speaking to The Guardian, Louisa Price, curator of the exhibition, said: '[These lockets] tell a story that had a direct influence on at...
    MANY children have arguments with their parents over their first boyfriend - but one troubled British teen was so upset with her mum after a row she decided to kill her. Kim Edwards and her boyfriend Lucas Markham, both 14 at the time of the attack, formed an intense relationship and when Kim's mum Elizabeth, 49, tried to split them up they plotted her 'twilight' murder. 9Kim's sister Mary says she will 'never find peace' after her sister killed their familyCredit: Woodcut Media Together, they planned stab mum Elizabeth and Kim's little sister Katie, 13, to death before committing suicide to ensure no one could split them up. When Markham entered Kim's house in Spalding, Lincolnshire, on April 14 2016, Kim decided she couldn't go through with it and asked Markham to do it alone. After he had finished the brutal massacre, Kim bathed with him before they headed downstairs to eat, watch films - including Twilight - and have sex. The only member of the family not be be killed was Kim's older half-sister Mary Cottingham,...
    GREENSBURG, Pa. (AP) — The nuns’ daily email update was overtaken by news of infections. Ambulances blared into the driveways of their convents. Prayers for the sick went unanswered, prayers for the dead grew monotonous and, their cloistered world suddenly caving in, some of the sisters’ thoughts were halting. “How many of us,” Sister Mary Jeanine Morozowich wondered, “will be left?” These were women who held the hands of the dying and who raised the unwanted, who pushed chalk to slate to teach science and grammar and, through their own example, faith. And when the worst year was over, the toll on the Felician Sisters was almost too much to bear: 21 of their own, in four U.S. convents, who collectively served 1,413 years, all felled by the virus. The pierce of syringes is bringing the darkest days to an end. Quarantines are being lifted. And as sisters emerge, there is a wrenching grief over their losses and a nagging need to know what it all means. “There’s got to be a reason,” Morozowich says of her survival. “What is...
    STEP back to the 90s and early noughties and the Olsen Twins were EVERYWHERE. They made millions from movies, TV shows and merchandise - you name it, they had their name on it. 5The Olsen Twins are former child starsCredit: Getty Images - Getty Who are the Olsen Twins? Ashley Olsen The twins were born on June 13, 1986 and Ashley is the oldest. The pair are actually fraternal twins, which means they are not actually identical. Ashley is shorter than Mary-Kate by one inch. Along with her sister, she launched to fame on Full House in 1987. 5Ashley is the oldest of the twinsCredit: Getty Images - Getty They actually played the same person, but split the part between them. After they found fame, Ashley and Mary-Kate starred in multiple films including New York Minute, When In Rome and Passport To Paris They also had their own TV shows like Two Of A Kind and So Little Time. Along with her sister, Ashley made her fortune through acting roles and merchandise and she has a personal wealth of £250million....
    Fact check: NASA did not discover THC on meteorite fragment FBI must target white supremacists infiltration of police agencies, congressman says THE MONEYIST Dear Quentin, Load Error My fiscally irresponsible friend will be homeless when her mother dies. I am struggling to help her avoid such a fate. “Mary” has never had a full-time job. She is divorced and lost the house she owned by taking a trip to Rome, and making frivolous purchases instead of paying her mortgage. For the past few years she and her college-age son have lived with Mary’s mother. Mary’s mother is 89 and in declining health. Eventually she will pass away. At that point, Mary’s sister will want half of any inheritance, including half of the value of the mother’s house. In another response, you suggested a “life estate.” Can Mary’s mother grant Mary a “life estate” to live in the house? I’m not certain Mary could even afford the taxes and upkeep on her mother’s house, even if she remained there. I am looking for any way to keep...
    Dear Quentin, My fiscally irresponsible friend will be homeless when her mother dies. I am struggling to help her avoid such a fate. “Mary” has never had a full time job. She is divorced and lost the house she owned by taking a trip to Rome, and making frivolous purchases instead of paying her mortgage. For the past few years she and her college-age son have lived with Mary’s mother. Mary’s mother is 89, and in declining health. Eventually she will pass away. At that point, Mary’s sister will want half of any inheritance, including half of the value of the mother’s house. In another response you suggested a “life estate”. Can Mary’s mother grant Mary a “life estate” to live in the house? I’m not certain Mary could even afford the taxes, and upkeep on her mother’s house, even if she remained there. I am looking for any way to keep Mary from being homeless. Jenny You can email The Moneyist with any financial and ethical questions related to coronavirus at qfottrell@marketwatch.com Dear Jenny, You’re a good friend to...
    US coronavirus: States are looking to help their vulnerable communities as vaccine distribution ramps up ‘We cannot get cocky’: Cuomo warns against Super Bowl parties as NYs COVID-19 numbers dip again Best & Worst Refinance Mortgage Companies of 2021 Ad Microsoft Full screen 1/9 SLIDES © Shutterstock (4) Take them to church! Sister Act pulled back the curtain on what it’s like to be a nun — and gave life to a musical film with impact that’s lasted nearly 30 years. Whoopi Goldberg made nun life seem cool when she starred as Deloris Van Cartier, a lounge singer who joins a convent after being placed in witness protection in the 1992 film. After taking on the persona of Sister Mary Clarence — in order to stay safe until she testifies against her ex-boyfriend Vince (Harvey Keitel), who she saw kill someone in Reno, Nevada — she creates life-long friendships with Sister Mary Patrick (Kathy Najimy), Sister Mary Lazarus...
    Getty Mary Mouser poses at the 2019 San Diego Comic-Con. Before starring on Cobra Kai as Daniel LaRusso’s daughter Samantha, Mary Mouser had guest roles on several popular television shows. In 2014, she appeared on Criminal Minds during Season 10, Episode 10, titled “Amelia Porter.” The Actress Played a Kidnapped 16-Year-OldIn the episode, Mouser played a 16-year-old, named Rebecca Farland, who, alongside her brother Andy (Kasey Campbell), was kidnapped by their uncle, Benton (Travis Caldwell), a murderer. A clip from the episode can be viewed below. The video, however, does contain violence and graphic imagery. Criminal minds Amelia porter2020-01-07T18:38:29Z The episode begins with Benton parking a car in a secluded area. He wakes up Rebecca, who is sleeping in the backseat, and informs her that her brother had died in an accident. She then steps outside of the vehicle before Benton sets it on fire. 12 hours earlier, the criminal profilers at the FBI’s Behavioral Analysis Unit are informed that there has been a triple homicide in Salt Lake City. The team travels to Utah to investigate the crime scenes. While at the home of...
    Flint Water Crisis Fast Facts Voice of America journalists demand resignation of news agency’s top leadership Elizabeth Olsen dishes on growing up in the shadow of famous twin sisters Growing up as the younger sister of two global superstars, Elizabeth Olsen admits that her unbringing wasn't "average." "It's definitely not a lot of people's average childhood, but I don't know if any of us look back at our childhoods and think of any of them as average," she said of her experience as the younger sister of Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen. © Erik Pendzich/Shutterstock Mary-Kate Olsen, Elizabeth Olsen, Ashley Olsen "I guess it was unique to me and my sisters' experience," she told United Kingdom host Lorraine Kelly. Mary-Kate and Ashley became known worldwide for starring in "Full House." They quickly began their own brand, as they released movies, clothing and merchandise. They were two of the richest women in the world as teenagers.  Elizabeth followed her sister's footsteps into acting, and carved her own path. She's now a part of the Marvel universe, including Disney+'s new series "WandaVision." "We have these characters,...
    Reuters January 5, 2021 0 Comments U.S. President Donald Trump is seeking the dismissal of a lawsuit claiming he defrauded his niece out of an inheritance worth tens of millions of dollars, accusing her of embracing “conspiracy theories” in her quest to consume him with lawsuits after he leaves the White House. The president’s lawyers said Mary Trump gave up her claims in a 2001 settlement with family members over the estate of his father Fred Trump Sr, who died in 1999. They also said Mary Trump waited too long to accuse Donald Trump, his sister Maryanne Trump Barry and his late brother Robert Trump of trying to “squeeze” her out of her inheritance, relying instead on a 2018 New York Times report on tax matters involving the family. “Plaintiff makes outlandish and incredulous accusations in her complaint, which is laden with conspiracy theories more befitting a Hollywood screenplay than a pleading in a legal action,” the lawyers, who also represent Robert Trump’s estate, said in a filing on Monday in a New York state court in Manhattan. They...
    Tensions are believed to be growing between Princess Mary and her sister-in-law Princess Marie - with the bitterness slowly threatening to expose cracks in the Danish Royal family. The relationship between the Australian-born Mary - who married Prince Frederik of Denmark in 2004 - and her sister-in-law is believed to have gone rapidly downhill in recent months.   The frosty attitude towards each other is thought to have begun when French-born Marie - the wife of Frederik's younger brother Prince Joachim - aired her complaints about having to move her family to Paris permanently this year.  Joachim suffered a life-threatening health scare in July while studying at a military school in France when doctors found a deadly blood clot on his brain. But eyebrows were raised after Frederik visited his brother at his French residence Château de Cayx with Mary nowhere to be seen. Tensions have grown between Crown Princess Mary (pictured second from right with husband Frederik) and Princess Marie (left with husband Joachim) Princess Mary meanwhile celebrated Christmas with just her husband and children - with royals suggesting the...
    Sister Ellen Looby Sister Ellen Looby (1940-2020) Sister Ellen Mary Looby, 79, of the Monastery of the Incarnation in Beacon, died Nov. 11 at Vassar Brothers Medical Center in Poughkeepsie. She was born in Ogdensburg on Dec. 25, 1940, the daughter of Clarence and Helen (Fairfield) Looby. Following graduation from St. Mary’s Academy in Ogdensburg, she entered the Carmelite Monastery in Saranac Lake in 1959 and made her profession of vows in 1960. In 1998 she moved with her Carmelite community to the Mid-Hudson Valley to become part of the new community of Carmelite nuns at Beacon. Sister Ellen Mary had an artist’s eye for color and beauty and used her creative gifts in needlework, calligraphy and creative design, generously contributing time and talent to the various community mailings by which the sisters share the life of Carmel with family and friends. Sister was an avid reader undaunted by large volumes; she enjoyed poetry, composing haikus, playing the melodica and planning liturgies. She took delight in the variety of birds that fed at her window. Sister Ellen Mary kept informed...
    Yet another reason to be a fan of Whoopi Goldberg’s has emerged. The EGOT winner (one of only 16 people with an Emmy, Grammy, Oscar and Tony) revealed she stuck up for the older actresses on the set of her 1992 mega-hit “Sister Act.” Speaking at Vulture Festival on Thursday, Goldberg — who famously played a lounge singer placed in witness protection at a convent — said many of the other women playing nuns were not being compensated well enough. “The ladies hadn’t gotten everything I thought they should have gotten — the nuns,” she explained. “They were older women. They were women who I felt … should be able to go and have dinner and not be worried about paying hotels or whatever it was.” (Mary Wickes who played crotchety Mary Lazarus was 82 during filming and Ellen Albertini Dow who played a choir nun was 79). So Goldberg coincidentally fell ill for “a day or two” until the matter was resolved. “I got sick,” Goldberg said slyly. “I would never go on strike. But if my coughing...
    Yet another reason to be a fan of Whoopi Goldberg’s has emerged. The EGOT winner (one of only 16 people with an Emmy, Grammy, Oscar and Tony) revealed she stuck up for the older actresses on the set of her 1992 mega-hit “Sister Act.” Speaking at Vulture Festival on Thursday, Goldberg — who famously played a lounge singer placed in witness protection at a convent — said many of the other women playing nuns were not being compensated well enough. “The ladies hadn’t gotten everything I thought they should have gotten — the nuns,” she explained. “They were older women. They were women who I felt … should be able to go and have dinner and not be worried about paying hotels or whatever it was.” (Mary Wickes who played crotchety Mary Lazarus was 82 during filming and Ellen Albertini Dow who played a choir nun was 79). So Goldberg coincidentally fell ill for “a day or two” until the matter was resolved. “I got sick,” Goldberg said slyly. “I would never go on strike. But if my coughing and...
    A Virginia state senator found headstones on his property. It brought to light a historic injustice in D.C. The fast food favorites from the year you were born Henry VIIIs Sister Mary Tudor, Queen of France, Had a Love Life Almost As Scandalous As Her Brother © Hearst Owned Henry VIII's Sister Mary Tudor's secret marriage brought on the ire of the king. Get to know the Queen of France, featured in The Spanish Princess, here. Whether for good or ill, there's no denying that King Henry VIII was one of England's most influential monarchs. His reign would lead the country into the Reformation, establish the Church of England, and ultimately lead to the history-making rules of his two daughters, Mary I and Queen Elizabeth I. So perhaps its no surprise that with so many seismic shifts of power surrounding the man himself, Henry VIII's siblings have gotten less of the historical limelight. But Henry did have siblings who survived infancy, three of them in fact; his older brother, Arthur, whose death at age 15 led Henry to...
    Netflix via Youtube "Unsolved Mysteries" volume 2 is released on October 19 on Netflix. Unsolved Mysteries season 2 releases on October 19; one of the episodes, “Death Row Fugitive,” features the murder of Mary Ellen Deener at the hands of Lester Eubanks in 1965. Deener died after Eubanks shot her twice and then beat her over the head with a brick. She was 14 years old when she was killed. According to The Cinemaholic, Deener was walking 5 minutes from one laundromat to another to get quarters but never returned to her sister, who was waiting for her at the first laundromat. After the sister alerted their grandmother and the two found the police around Deener’s lifeless body. She had been shot twice in the stomach and her skull was shattered from being bashed with a brick. Eubanks attempted to rape her before killing her. Eubanks Escaped Prison & Is on the U.S. Marshals Most Wanted List According to the Rolling Stone, while Eubanks was allowed to go Christmas shopping on good behavior at a local mall...
    MIAMI (CBSMiami) – Is one Nunn, as in Miami Heat’s Kendrick Nunn, as good as another? Well, a group of basketball-playing nuns from a South Florida high school has offered to help during the NBA playoffs, should the team need it. The nuns from Archbishop Carroll High School sent a video to the Miami Heat showing they can play. They wanted to let the team that if they are in need of back-up players for the rest of the playoffs, they are more than ready to lend a hand. “We want to let head coach Erik Spoelstra know that at Archbishop Coleman Carroll, we got some nuns ready to go if you need us,” said one of the sisters. Download The New CBS4 News App Here In the video, the ladies showed their shooting and dunking skills and said they are cheering them on for the rest of the playoffs. The Miami Heat play the Boston Celtics on Thursday night in Game 2 of the Eastern Conference Final. They lead the series 1-0.
    MIAMI (CBSMiami) – Is one Nunn, as in Miami Heat’s Kendrick Nunn, as good as another? Well, a group of basketball-playing nuns from a South Florida high school has offered to help during the NBA playoffs, should the team need it. The nuns from Archbishop Carroll High School sent a video to the Miami Heat showing they can play. They wanted to let the team that if they are in need of back-up players for the rest of the playoffs, they are more than ready to lend a hand. “We want to let head coach Erik Spoelstra know that at Archbishop Coleman Carroll, we got some nuns ready to go if you need us,” said one of the sisters. Download The New CBS4 News App Here In the video, the ladies showed their shooting and dunking skills and said they are cheering them on for the rest of the playoffs. The Miami Heat play the Boston Celtics on Thursday night in Game 2 of the Eastern Conference Final. They lead the series 1-0.
    Missingin.org/FBI Mary Brosley was Samuel Little’s first homicide sufferer on New Years Eve 1970. Little mentioned he killed 93 ladies from 1970 to 2005. Samuel Little confessed to 93 murders from 1970 to 2005, making him probably the most prolific serial killer in U.S. Historical past, in accordance with the FBI. Little recalled many particulars about his victims and even was in a position to sketch a lot of them, serving to to substantiate a few of his claims. Investigators have confirmed 50 of his confessions, and FBI crime analysts imagine all of his homicide claims are credible although a few of his tales have but to be corroborated. Little mentioned the primary time he killed a girl it was within the Miami space. He was about 30 years outdated when he met 33-year-old Mary Brosley. By then Little was no stranger to crime, getting concerned in prison actions as a youngster, ending up in juvenile detention facilities earlier than he expanded into grownup crime and a gypsy way of life, by...
    Missingin.org/FBI Mary Brosley was Samuel Little's first murder victim on New Years Eve 1970. Little said he killed 93 women from 1970 to 2005. Samuel Little confessed to 93 murders from 1970 to 2005, making him the most prolific serial killer in U.S. History, according to the FBI. Little recalled many details about his victims and even was able to sketch many of them, helping to confirm some of his claims. Investigators have confirmed 50 of his confessions, and FBI crime analysts believe all of his murder claims are credible even though some of his stories have yet to be corroborated. Little said the first time he killed a woman it was in the Miami area. He was about 30 years old when he met 33-year-old Mary Brosley. By then Little was no stranger to crime, getting involved in criminal activities as a teenager, ending up in juvenile detention centers before he expanded into adult crime and a gypsy lifestyle, never in one place for too long. He was arrested for a string of crimes over the decades,...
    President Donald Trump has lashed out at his Mary L. Trump, who released another set of secretly recorded tapes of the president’s older sister slamming Ivanka as a 'mini Donald', calling Eric a 'moron, and the president 'cheap, just like his father'. 'About the only way a person is able to write a book on me is if they agree that it will contain as much bad “stuff” as possible, much of which is lies,' Donald Trump tweeted on Saturday from Air Force One, while traveling to visit disaster areas in Texas and Louisiana. Mary Trump last month released her tell-all book Too Much And Never Enough, which rocketed to the top of best-seller lists. 'It’s like getting a job with CNN or MSDNC and saying that “President Trump is great.” You have ZERO chance. FAKE NEWS!' Donald Trump continued. Donald Trump called Mary Trump an 'unstable niece, who was now rightfully shunned, scorned and mocked her entire life, and never even liked by her own very kind & caring grandfather!' referring to his own father Fred Trump Sr.  ...
    PRESIDENT Donald Trump has launched a twitter attack on his niece saying that she was "rightfully shunned and mocked her entire life". Trump took to social media after his niece, Mary L. Trump revealed his own sister, Maryanne, had called him "cheap" in an explosive tell-all book. ..Even whether it’s dumb warmongers like John Bolton, social pretenders like Bob Woodward, who never has anything good to say, or an unstable niece, who was now rightfully shunned, scorned and mocked her entire life, and never even liked by her own very kind & caring grandfather!— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) August 29, 2020 5Trump pictured with Donald Jr, Melania, Ivanka, Fred and TiffanyCredit: Getty - Contributor 5The Trumps attempted to sue Mary but were unsuccessful in stopping the book from being publishedCredit: ABC He branded Mary, who works as a psychologist, "unstable" in his Twitter post: "About the only way a person is able to write a book on me is if they agree it will contain as much bad "stuff" as possible, much of which is lies. "It's like...
    Newly-released recordings reveal Donald Trump’s sister slamming Ivanka Trump and claiming that her brother is “besotted” with his favorite child. The president’s niece Mary Trump recently released a tell-all book about her family called Too Much and Never Enough: How My Family Created the World’s Most Dangerous Man. As part of her media tour, she also started to release audio that she recorded while having a conversation with Maryanne Trump Barry, as MSNBC reports. Maryanne bashes Ivanka’s behavior during the period when the Trump administration was facing implementing a new policy over the handling of migrant children. “When that d*mn Ivanka puts this picture of the Madonna and Child on Instagram when the big news of the day was how kids are being ripped from their families,” she said, before adding that she agreed with Samantha Bee’s harsh criticism of Trump’s eldest daughter. Maryanne was referring to a 2018 image where Ivanka was holding one of her children in front of her with both of them facing each other. She commented calling her child her heart. View this post on...
    Mary Trump has dropped another batch of secretly recorded chats with the president’s older sister. In the tapes Maryanne Barry Trump, 83, slams her niece Ivanka as a "mini Donald", calls Eric a "moron", and the Don Jr. 'cheap, just like his father'.  8Donald's sister Judge Barry Trump slated her brother and his family in recorded tapesCredit: AFP - Getty The president’s older sister, who is an 83-year-old retired US federal judge, went on to slam the president for his move to end DACA and his lack of faith. The tapes of the conversations were released on Friday on MSNBC’s The ReidOut.  Barry hammered "that damn Ivanka" for her 2018 tone-deaf Instagram post where she posed with one of her kids the same day the news broke that the Trump administration was splitting migrant children from their families. The insensitive pic was attacked by TV show host Samantha Bee at the time, who called Ivanka a "feckless c***" and later apologized for her language. 8Ivanka posted this pic on the same day that the news broke of family separations on the...
    Mary L. Trump has released another set of secretly recorded moments with the president’s older sister, where she slams Ivanka as a 'mini Donald', calls Eric a 'moron, and the president 'cheap, just like his father'.  On Friday Mary Trump released recorded conversations with her aunt Maryanne Trump Barry, the president’s older sister who is an 83-year-old retired US federal judge, on MSNBC’s The ReidOut.  Barry bashed Ivanka for her tone-deaf Instagram post posing with one of her kids the same day news broke that the Trump administration was separating migrant children from their families back in 2018. 'When that damn Ivanka puts this picture of the Madonna and child on Instagram when the big news of the day was how kids are being ripped from their families,' Barry says in the clip. 'I couldn’t blame – I’d never heard of Samantha Bee before. I couldn’t blame what she said,' Barry added. Mary L. Trump (left) has released another set of secretly recorded moments with the president’s older sister Maryanne Trump Barry (right), where she slams Ivanka as...
    President TrumpDonald John TrumpThe Memo: Trump reaches for optimism as weapon against Biden Five takeaways on GOP's norm-breaking convention Trump taunts Democrats in White House speech: 'We're here and they're not' MORE's niece, Mary Trump, revealed audio recordings on Friday that reportedly capture Trump's sister Maryanne Trump Barry swiping at his children, Ivanka TrumpIvana (Ivanka) Marie TrumpFive takeaways on GOP's norm-breaking convention Ivanka Trump champions father in fiery convention speech Meghan McCain hits Ivanka Trump's defense of president's Twitter: It's not a 'communication style,' it's 'cruelty' MORE and Eric TrumpEric Frederick TrumpHillicon Valley: TikTok CEO resigns amid battle with White House | Walmart joins Microsoft in pursuing TikTok deal | Voting rights groups sue Trump over order targeting social media groups Twitter removes video Eric Trump posted over copyright complaint White House compiling 'dossier' on WaPo reporter's work about Trump's businesses MORE.  The audio, released by Mary Trump on NBC News late Friday evening, includes Maryanne Trump Barry taking aim at Ivanka for an Instagram post around the start of the Trump administration policy separating families at the U.S. border. ...
    President Donald Trump’s niece, Mary L. Trump, revealed another set of secretly recorded moments with the president’s sister, in which she insults Trump’s children for their public conduct and blasts Trump as self-absorbed and cheap. In an appearance on MSNBC’s The ReidOut, the daughter of Trump’s older brother, Fred Trump Jr., released more audio of unquestionably blunt conversations with Maryanne Trump Barry, the president’s elder sister. In previous examples of these clandestine recordings — which are legal in New York state with one party’s consent — Barry has been caught calling Trump “stupid” and “cruel” and accusing him of having “no principles.” The recordings have followed in the wake of Mary Trump’s just-released tell-all book, which offered numerous embarrassing and damning revelations about the president. She appeared on MSNBC on Thursday night, slamming Ivanka’s speech as “appalling” and criticized the First Daughter for being “quite determined to get as much as she can out of her association with her father.” On Friday, Mary Trump’s first recording featured her aunt condemning Ivanka for a particularly ill-timed Instagram post, in which she...
    It is a complicated matter to determine if recording retired federal Judge Maryanne Trump Barry broke any laws, Harvard Law professor emeritus Alan Dershowitz told Newsmax TV on Monday. "Judge Trump was a terrific judge," Dershowitz told "American Agenda." "I remember appearing before her. She had an extraordinary reputation." President Donald Trumps sister was secretly recorded making disparaging comments about him by their niece, Mary Trump, might not want her feelings about her brother publicly released, but the legality of it is an open question, Dershowitz said. According to a story published in Sundays The Washington Post, Berry was recorded saying all the president wants to do is "appeal to his base," and cursing when she spoke of his use of Twitter and of his "change of stories. The lack of preparation. The lying. Holy s**t." But there are many questions about the recording, including if the conversation between Berry and her niece, the author of a tell-all book about the Trump family, was on or off the record, Dershowitz said, and that is hard to prove. "It depends on the...
    DONALD Trump's sister Maryanne Trump Barry, 83, said she pleaded with her brother to 'stop' and get rid of his Twitter account in conversations secretly recorded by the president's niece. The details emerged weeks after Trump's 55-year-old niece Mary published a damning tell-all book about the president's family history titled "Too Much and Never Enough: How My Family Created the World’s Most Dangerous Man". Maryanne Trump Barry (pictured to the right of President Trump) begged the president to stop tweeting, according to audio files obtained by Vice News “Cut off his Twitter account,” Maryanne Trump Barry said in a recording obtained by VICE News. In the conversation, Mary Trump could be heard agreeing with her aunt Maryanne and suggested such action "could potentially save the future of the planet if they just...wouldn't let [Trump] on Twitter." "I said that to him about, six months, a year ago. ‘Get rid of Twitter. Stop this,’” Maryanne concluded to her niece that the president couldn't help himself. Maryanne, who previously served a senior federal judge on the Third Circuit Court of Appeals, also...
    In secretly recorded audio, Maryanne Trump Barry, the eldest sister of President Trump, criticized her brother for his lack of principles, his lying and said, "you can't trust him." The audio, first reported by the Washington Post and obtained in part by CBS News was recorded between 2018 and 2019 by Mr. Trump's niece, Mary Trump, who recently published a tell-all book about the president. In one recording, which has not been independently verified by CBS News, Barry criticizes Mr. Trump's immigration policies and his "lack of preparation" and "lying." Barry also recalls learning that Mr. Trump suggested sending her to the U.S.-Mexico border to support his administration's policies. In the recording, she decries "what they're doing with kids at the border," and recalls telling a relative, "Well, I guess he hasn't read my immigration opinions." When asked by Mary what Mr. Trump has read, Barry replies, "No. He doesn't read." Get Breaking News Delivered to Your Inbox In a number of recordings, Barry is heard complaining about Mr. Trump's character. "Donald is out for Donald, period," she said...
    MARYANNE Trump Barry, 83, has caused a stir after a secret audio was released where she reportedly said Donald Trump has "no principles." But who is the President's older sister, and what has she said about Donald Trump? Maryanne Trump Barry, right, called Trump a liar in secretly recorded audio Who is Maryanne Trump Barry? Maryanne Trump Barry is the eldest sister of President Donald Trump. She was born in 1937, and is an American attorney and a retired US federal judge. Maryanne, 83, was appointed to top judicial positions by both Ronald Reagan and Bill Clinton during her career. She retired from the federal bench in February 2019. In 1974 Barry became an Assistant United States Attorney - one of only two women out of sixty-two lawyers in the office of the United States Attorney for the District of New Jersey. Maryanne Trump Barry, centre, is heard saying Trump 'has no principles' What has she said about Donald Trump? Barry has said very little publicly about her younger brother during his time as President. However, she has been caught in secretly...
    Maryanne Trump Barry notably attacked the migration policy put in place by the president, which led to the separation of children and their parents at the border and their sending to detention centers. “All he wants is to please his electoral base”, according to these records, which the American daily has obtained. “He has no principle. None”. “His damn tweets and lies, oh my God,” she added. The recordings are the work of the president’s niece, Mary Trump, who also recently published a book denouncing “the toxic family” from which he came. Robert Trump, younger brother of the president who died last week, had unsuccessfully taken legal action to try to prevent the publication of the book. Some 950,000 copies had been sold from day one. The White House denounced him as “lying”. “This is the fallacy of it all. The fallacy and this cruelty. Donald is cruel,” Mrs. Trump Barry again told her niece in the recording. She further claims that the billionaire cheated in college contests, an allegation also present in Mary Trump’s book. “He entered the...
    (CNN)"Donald is out for Donald, period." "Donald is cruel." "You can't trust him." "He has no principles. None." "The lack of preparation. The lying. Holy sh*t." We've all heard remarks to this effect describing Donald Trump ever since that staged escalator ride to launch his run for president in June 2015. But this time these words aren't coming from Democrats or the so-called "liberal media." Rather these are the words of Trump's own sister, Maryanne Trump Barry, a former federal appellate judge, told in confidence to her niece Mary Trump in 2018 and 2019.Dean ObeidallahBefore you go yelling, "Fake news," note that all of the words of President Trump's 83-year-old sister Barry are recorded on tape and made public for the world to hear after Mary Trump first provided them to The Washington Post (Barry has not responded to requests for comment about the recordings). Mary had, unknown to her aunt, recorded approximately 15 hours of conversations, according to what she told the Post. A spokesman for Mary, who claims that her relatives had lied about the value of the...
    By Ted Hesson WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. President Donald Trump's sister, a retired federal judge, called him a liar with "no principles" in audio recordings made public this weekend, the latest attack on the president's character in the run-up to the Nov. 3 election. Maryanne Trump Barry, 83, also criticized the Republican president for "phoniness" and "cruelty" in interviews that were secretly recorded by her niece Mary Trump during a series of conversations in 2018 and 2019, according to The Washington Post, which obtained the recordings from her. The remarks surfaced days before Republicans convene to back Trump for another four years in the election against Democratic nominee Joe Biden. Last week, more than 70 former Republican national security officials endorsed Biden, saying Trump had engaged in corrupt behavior "that renders him unfit to serve as president." Trump dismissed his sister's remarks in a written statement. “Every day it’s something else, who cares," he said. "Our country will soon be stronger than ever before!” Trump Barry could not immediately be reached for comment. In one of the recordings, some of...
    WASHINGTON - In previously undisclosed recordings, Maryanne Trump Barry, a former U.S. appellate court judge, voices a withering, highly critical assessment of her younger brother, President Donald Trump. “All he wants to do is appeal to his base,” Barry said in a conversation secretly recorded by her niece, Mary Trump, who recently published a top-selling book condemning the president’s outlook on life as she watched it in family gatherings during his formative years. “He has no principles. None. None,” the now-83-year-old Barry said of her brother, the U.S. leader, during 15 hours of taped conversations that her niece secretly recorded. The Washington Post, which released some of the recordings in a story Saturday night, said it sought comment about the tapes from Barry and White House officials on Friday and Saturday. The paper reported that it did not receive a response.   After the Post published the account of Barry’s views of her brother, the president said in a statement late Saturday, “Every day it’s something else, who cares. I miss my brother, and I’ll continue to work hard...
    By JONATHAN LEMIRE WASHINGTON (AP) — President Donald Trump’s older sister, a former federal judge, is heard sharply criticizing her brother in a series of recordings, at one point saying of the president, “He has no principles.” Maryanne Trump Barry was secretly recorded by her niece, Mary Trump, who recently released a book denouncing the president, “Too Much and Never Enough: How My Family Created the World’s Most Dangerous Man.” Mary Trump said Saturday she made the recordings in 2018 and 2019. In one recording, Barry, 83, says she had heard a 2018 interview with her brother on Fox News in which he suggested that he would put her on the border to oversee cases of immigrant children separated from their parents. “His base, I mean my God, if you were a religious person, you want to help people. Not do this,” Barry says. At another point she says: “His goddamned tweet and lying, oh my God.” She adds: “I’m talking too freely, but you know. The change of stories. The lack of preparation. The lying. Holy shit.” Barry can...
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