When a pair of pups were born missing their two front legs in the same litter, due to over-breeding and inbreeding, one amazing couple came to their rescue. This is the heart-warming story of Kanga and Roo. According to an article on The Dodo, the original owner of these two dogs, who were named Kanga […]
One day before U.S. President-elect Donald Trump’s first meeting with a foreign leader, Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, Japanese officials said they had not finalized when or where in New York it would take place, who would be invited, or in some cases whom to call for answers. Uncertainty over the talks shows the difficulties in turning Trump from a freewheeling businessman into a sitting president with a watertight schedule and a fully functioning administration by his inauguration on Jan. 20. Japanese and U.S. officials said on Wednesday the State Department had not been involved in planning the meeting, leaving the logistical and protocol details that normally would be settled far in advance still to be determined. The meeting was only agreed to last week and Trump and his advisers have been busy in meetings at his headquarters in Manhattan’s Trump Tower in recent days to work out who gets which job in the new administration.
Megyn Kelly is opening up about her tumultuous relationship with Donald Trump. The Fox News anchor and the new president-elect sparred throughout much of the election season, and Kelly, 45, details their back-and-forth and how it affected her in her recently released memoir, Settle for More. On Wednesday
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