It’s Jeff Sessions’ Turn In The Hot Seat:
It’s the biggest blockbuster Washington drama since … last week.
It also means the Russia storm will continue to swamp Trump’s agenda. In addition to his testimony, the fate of special counsel Robert Mueller is also in the air.
‘Bachelor In Paradise’ Filming Suspended:
Production of ABC’s “Bachelor in Paradise” has been suspended after allegations of misconduct, according to a spokesperson for the show.
Warner Bros., the production company behind the series, released a statement to CNNMoney on Monday.
“We have become aware of allegations of misconduct on the set of ‘Bachelor in Paradise’ in Mexico. We have suspended production and we are conducting a thorough investigation of these allegations. Once the investigation is complete, we will take appropriate responsive action,” the statement read.
Warner Bros. has not specified the nature of the allegations. Warner Bros., like CNNMoney, shares the parent company Time Warner.
NBC Exec Defends Megyn Kelly’s Alex Jones Interview:
When Megyn Kelly released the 90-second promo for her interview with controversial media figure Alex Jones, the pushback was immediate.
Relatives of people killed in the 2012 Sandy Hook shooting — which Jones has called “a hoax” — sought to publicly shame Kelly via Twitter. Bill De Blasio, the mayor of New York, said the network should “pull the segment.” And reports have surfaced that J.P. Morgan Chase asked NBC to pull its advertisements during the episode.
Nevertheless, NBC is planning to air the interview on Sunday, and the show’s executive producer is asking viewers to withhold judgment until then.
Dennis Rodman Hopes To Do ‘Something Pretty Positive’ In North Korea:
NBA Hall of Famer Dennis Rodman told CNN he was hoping to do “something that’s pretty positive,” before he boarded a plane bound for North Korea.
The Mysterious Science Behind Lifesaving Dogs:
Firefighters rescuing a trapped infant inside a burning house in Baltimore, Maryland, last summer reportedly found an unbelievable sight.
In Atlanta in 2014, a German shepherd saved the lives of two family members during a road-rage confrontation. Witnesses said an armed driver followed a family to a strip mall and started shooting, prompting the family dog in the car to jump into the line of fire, shielding a child and a woman. The dog later died.