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Billy Bush to Trump: Yes, you said that:

Billy Bush is reentering the public eye, and he’s starting by sending a message to President Trump.

“Yes, Donald Trump, You Said That” is the headline of Bush’s op-ed for The New York Times.

The piece was published online Sunday night, one day before Bush appears on “The Late Show with Stephen Colbert” — an interview that was arranged just a few days ago.

Bush says he decided to speak out after news reports indicated that Trump has been casting doubt on the authenticity of the so-called “Access Hollywood” tape.

It’s all women this week on ‘Today’ and ‘CBS This Morning’

Two network news morning shows, two all-women lineups.

At the “Today” show, shaken by the sudden firing of Matt Lauer amid harassment allegations, Hoda Kotb will continue to fill this week, a source confirmed to CNNMoney on Sunday.

Lauer’s co-host, Savannah Guthrie, was joined by Kotb when they had to break the news of Lauer’s firing last Wednesday. Kotb stayed in the chair through the end of last week.

Across the dial, CBS has been having various correspondents and hosts fill in on “CBS This Morning,” the program Charlie Rose co-hosted until he was fired late last month. Vladimir Duthiers filled in last week.

Tiger Woods Enters New Era of Optimism After Strong Play at Hero World Challenge:

Before celebrating how Tiger Woods amazingly flashed back to his long-lost era of dominance Sunday, let’s flip the calendar back to Thursday’s opening round at the Hero World Challenge.

Even for Tiger’s most devoted and hopeful fans, the goals were cautiously mundane as he walked to the first tee as barely a blip in the golfing universe, ranked 1,199th in the world. The 683 weeks he once spent at No. 1 were nearly a forgotten memory. He was viewed more as an elder statesman than a viable threat.

Famed Met Opera conductor suspended amid sexual abuse allegations

New York’s Metropolitan Opera suspended former music director James Levine on Sunday pending an internal investigation into multiple allegations of sexual misconduct against the famed conductor.

The New York Times reported that three men had come forward to accuse Levine, now 74, of sexually abusing them decades ago, including during the early period of his conducting career at the Met.
CNN has attempted to reach Levine and his manager, Tim Fox, but has not yet heard back. The New York Times says that when, “told of the accusations, a spokesman for Mr. Levine did not comment on Sunday night.”


Detroit’s Silverdome still standing after attempted implosion:

It began with the familiar dramatic scene: A series of bright flashes chased each other around the condemned stadium, emitting dozens of plumes of smoke.

And then … nothing. As the smoke cleared, Detroit’s famed Silverdome was still standing.
Explosions went off Sunday at 8:30 a.m. The mayor’s office in Pontiac, where the Silverdome is located, said it had been informed by the company responsible for the demolition that only the kicker charges detonated, meaning the implosion did not take place.
“Although we’re waiting for a final assessment from the Adamo Group, we have been informed by them that eight shape charges didn’t go off on the main columns,” Mayor Deirdre Waterman said in a statement.

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