Pentagon Proposes Training 2,500 Ukrainian Troops A Month: CBS News Flash December 1, 2022

Pentagon Proposes Training 2,500 Ukrainian Troops A Month: CBS News Flash December 1, 2022

Pentagon Proposes Training 2,500 Ukrainian Troops Monthly: CBS News Flash December 1, 2022 – CBS News Watch CBS News The Pentagon has proposed training 2,500 Ukrainian soldiers every month in Germany. A judge declared a mistrial in a case against “That 70s Show” star Danny Masterson, who had pleaded not guilty to charges of rape … Read more

Missouri prisoner released after 27 years in captivity, with help from sentencing judge

Missouri prisoner released after 27 years in captivity, with help from sentencing judge

Missouri prisoner released after 27 years in prison, with help from sentencing judge – CBS News Watch CBS News Missouri inmate Bobby Bostic was serving a 241-year sentence for a series of robberies he committed when he was only 16. Bostic, now 43, changed his life in prison. He went to school, read and wrote … Read more

Siebel Newsom, wife of California governor, accuses Harvey Weinstein of rape

Siebel Newsom, wife of California governor, accuses Harvey Weinstein of rape

LOS ANGELES, Nov 14 (Reuters) – Jennifer Siebel Newsom, a documentary filmmaker and wife of the governor of California, testified Monday that former film producer Harvey Weinstein raped her in 2005 while she was trying to pursue a career as a producer and actor. On the witness stand in Los Angeles Superior Court, Siebel Newsom … Read more

Alec Baldwin Files Lawsuit Over Deadly ‘Rest’ Shooting

Alec Baldwin Files Lawsuit Over Deadly ‘Rest’ Shooting

Nov. 11 (Reuters) – Actor Alec Baldwin filed a lawsuit Friday against the gunsmith and three other crew members over the fatal shooting on the set of the western movie “Rest,” in which a gun Baldwin used during rehearsal killed cameraman Halyna Hutchins . Baldwin’s lawsuit was filed in Los Angeles County Superior Court as … Read more

Drake, 21 Savage Can’t Use ‘Vogue’ Covers To Promote Album, Judge Rules

Drake, 21 Savage Can’t Use ‘Vogue’ Covers To Promote Album, Judge Rules

NEW YORK, Nov. 9 (Reuters) – An American judge on Wednesday banned rappers Drake and 21 Savage from using counterfeit copies of Vogue magazine to promote their new album. U.S. District Judge Jed Rakoff in Manhattan issued a temporary restraining order less than two days after the duo were charged by Conde Nast, the magazine’s … Read more

Canadian BMO files $834m indictment for loss of US Ponzi lawsuit

Canadian BMO files 4m indictment for loss of US Ponzi lawsuit

Nov. 9 (Reuters) – A US jury on Tuesday held a local unit of the Canadian Bank of Montreal (BMO) (BMO.TO) liable for more than $550 million in damages for a Ponzi scheme conducted by a Minnesota businessman, thus the bank recorded an expense of C$1.12 billion ($834.2 million). Thomas Petters was found guilty in … Read more

Drake and 21 Savage sued for using Vogue’s name to promote album

Drake and 21 Savage sued for using Vogue’s name to promote album

NEW YORK, Nov. 8 (Reuters) – Drake and 21 Savage have been sued by Conde Nast, the publisher of Vogue magazine, for using the Vogue name without permission to promote their new album “Her Loss.” Conde Nast said the rappers’ promotional campaign, including to their more than 135 million social media followers, was “entirely” based … Read more

Penguin, Simon & Schuster merger blocked due to impact on authors – US judge

Penguin, Simon & Schuster merger blocked due to impact on authors – US judge

WASHINGTON, Nov. 7 (Reuters) – A US judge cited the negative impact on top-selling authors of blocking a planned $2.2 billion merger of Penguin Random House, the world’s largest book publisher, and rival Simon & Schuster, according to a written opinion released Monday. . Judge Florence Pan of the U.S. District Court for the District … Read more

1/11: CBS News Prime Time

1/11: CBS News Prime Time

1/11: CBS News Prime Time – CBS News Watch CBS News John Dickerson reports on the plea entered by the Pelosi attack suspect, the last-minute push for midterm voters from Obama and Biden, and the impact of Russia’s withdrawal from a grain deal on global food supplies. Be the first to know Get browser notifications … Read more