Mueller has Washington on the edge:
The clearest signs yet that the monastic special counsel Robert Mueller may be about to file his final report with Attorney General William Barr have sent Beltway insiders to a state of nervous alert.
But there is no report yet.
So White House lawyers, Trump campaign flacks, key congressional offices and newsrooms are left counting the hours, poised to shape the end game of the most important investigation into a President’s behavior in at least 20 years.
Levi’s CEO: Don’t put your jeans in the freezer:
Bergh turned heads and noses at a May 2014 event
when he announced that he had never washed the pair of 501 Levi’s jeans he was wearing at the time. He still hasn’t washed that now-10-year-old pair of jeans, Bergh admitted on CNN Business’ Markets Now live show with Alison Kosik on Thursday.
He doesn’t freeze his jeans either.
“That’s an old wives’ tale,” he said. “It does not work
New Zealand mourns mosque attack victims in national day of reflection:
The Muslim Call to Prayer was broadcast on national television at 1:30 p.m. local time, followed by two minutes of silence to remember those who lost their lives in the terrorist attack.
At almost the same time as when the attack was first reported to police, Christchurch ground to a halt for two minutes. Hundreds stood, their heads bowed at the memorial wall at the Botanic Gardens where flowers have been laid all week.
NCAA Tournament 2019: Thursday’s 1st-Round Winners and Losers:
The biggest upset of the first day of the NCAA tournament was Murray State over Marquette, but that was a 12-5 upset, the most predictable upset of all. A couple of No. 10 seeds, Minnesota and Florida, won their games, but those weren’t big surprises.
Rallies by Belmont and New Mexico State fell short, and one of the trendiest upset picks, Northeastern, lost by 34 points.
The madness has not arrived yet.
On Friday, Jimmy Carter becomes the oldest living former president ever:
At 94 years and 172 days old, Carter will have passed the previous record held by the late President George H.W. Bush
“He and Mrs. Carter take walks, and they have followed a healthy diet for a lifetime,” Deanna Congileo, a spokeswoman for the Carter Center, told CNN.
“Both President and Mrs. Carter are both determined to use their influence for as long as they can to make the world a better place, and millions of the world’s poorest people are grateful for their resolve and heart,” she added.
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