Malia Obama Harvey Weinstein

Embattled film producer Harvey Weinstein is speaking out about damaging reports that he sexually harassed young actresses and settled out of court eight times to buy their silence.

Weinstein made headlines over the summer when former President Obama’s daughter, Malia, interned with his film company in New York City.

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Stephen Paddock

The Las Vegas gunman stayed free-of-charge in 2 luxurious adjoining hotel suites because he was a high-stakes gambler who spent up to $100,000 an hour in the hotel’s casino.

Mandalay Bay Resort & Casino comped 2 rooms for Stephen Paddock, 64, who killed 58 people and injured 489 at a country music festival on Sunday, Oct. 1.

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Cam Newton Jourdan Rodrigue

NFL star Cam Newton has lost a major sponsor after he expressed surprise that a woman was familiar with wide receiver passing routes.

Dannon Yogurt announced Thursday that Newton, 28, was fired as the spokesman for their Oikos Yogurt brand after he made what they referred to as “sexist and disparaging” comments about women.

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Carmen Yulin Cruz President Trump

San Juan Mayor Carmen Yulin Cruz lashed out at President Donald Trump for throwing paper towels to hurricane survivors and telling them to “have fun!”

Cruz made the comments after the president and first lady Melania Trump visited the U.S. territory of Puerto Rico on Tuesday, 2 weeks after Hurricane Maria devastated the 30-mile wide island and left 34 dead.

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Marilou Danley

The live-in girlfriend of Las Vegas sniper, Stephen Paddock, returned to the United States on a flight from Southeast Asia late Tuesday night.

Marilou Danley, 62, was seen arriving at Los Angeles International Airport where she was met at the gate by federal agents.

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Michelle Obama

Michelle Obama says Republicans are “literally gray and white,” and Americans should “mix it up” and elect more blacks, gays and women to Congress.

Mrs. Obama made the statements during a guest appearance at the Pennsylvania Conference for Women on Tuesday.

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