O.J. Simpson has a July parole board meeting for his armed robbery charges — and insiders say that the accused murderer is likely to be out of prison by October. Should he serve his full sentence through 2041, or does Simpson deserve to be treated like any other convict?
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Bill Cosby celebrated when a jury finally declared they were deadlocked after deliberating on charges he raped Andrea Constand in 2004. Pennsylvania prosecutors have already promised that they’re putting the once-beloved comic on trial again. Should Bill be back in front of a judge, or is it time to accept the evidence isn’t there?
The bizarrely-named Reality Winner is the latest government employee to make headlines by sneaking out government documents — following in the heels of high-profile leakers including Julian Assange, Edward Snowden and gender-bending Chelsea Manning. Even ex-FBI director James Comey boasted about leaking private memos during his Senate testimony!
Some call these people traitors, but others insist that American citizens deserve to know all about D.C.’s workings.
The nation was rocked by the Manson Family Murders of 1969, with movie star Sharon Tate murdered by the vicious followers of Charles Manson — followed by the brutal killing of suburban couple Leno and Rosemary La Bianca.
Patricia Krenwinkel (left) participated in both of the grisly slayings, and is up for parole on June 22 at the age of 69. Her fellow Manson disciple Leslie Van Houten (center) was released in 2016 before California governor Jerry Brown intervened. (Susan Atkins, at right, passed away in prison in 209 at the age of 61.)
He’s back from traveling the world as President, but critics say Donald Trump’s campaign promises are stalled in Congress. What does the President need to concentrate on next?
Bill Cosby is facing criminal charges of rape in Pennsylvania this summer — but he’s dreaming of a comeback after a ‘not guilty’ verdict. “I want to get back to the laughter and enjoyment of things…that I’ve performed on stage,” he says. If the struggling star wins over the jury, can Cosby win back an audience?
Cities and towns below the Mason-Dixon line are tearing down their Confederate War monuments. That includes New Orleans doing without a statue of Confederate President Jefferson Davis, and Charlottesville, Va., deciding to rename Robert E. Lee Park. The country is still debating if these remnants of the past should remain, or be removed as tributes to those who fought for slavery.
There’s never been a White House Press Secretary who’s taken more flack than Sean Spicer. His boss even jokes that Spicer brings in “great ratings” — but is he really doing right by President Trump? Find out the survey results in The National ENQUIRER on newsstands May 17!
First Lady Melania Trump has taken heat for her decision to live in New York with preteen son Barron during the first 100 days of the historic Trump presidency. What’s your opinion?
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The biggest name at America’s #1 news network has resigned over multiple charges of sexual harassment — but Bill O’Reilly was still topping the ratings. What do you say about how “The O’Reilly Factor” came to an end? Find out the survey results in The National ENQUIRER — on newsstands May 3rd!
Some stars don’t know when to go away, but others leave Hollywood too soon! Stars don’t have to hit retirement age to end their careers, either. The following actors and actresses turned their backs on showbiz for a variety of reasons, but they still have their fervent fans. Cast your vote for who needs to get back in the spotlight!
The end of April is also the end of President Trump’s First 100 Days! How’s he doing? Make your choice from the selections below…