Republican mega-donor Bernie Marcus said on Tuesday he would likely still give money to Donald Trump's 2024 presidential bid if the former president was convicted of a crime - but the billionaire does not plan to be one of his biggest financial backers. Marcus, a co-founder of home improvement retailer the Home Depot, announced earlier this month that he was supporting Trump, the runaway frontrunner for the 2024 Republican nomination contest that kicks off on Jan. 15 in Iowa. Trump faces four criminal cases, including state and federal charges stemming from his efforts to overturn his 2020 election loss to Democrat Joe Biden.
The former president’s campaign is also selling a stocking and ‘Maga’ Christmas hats
‘Dad, you took the same oath I took,’ Pence says Marine son told him during Christmas break 2020
STORY: Israel's assault on the Gaza Strip has already killed more than 15,000 people, many of them in devastating airstrikes that have turned neighborhoods into rubble.But the World Health Organization warns that even more people could die from disease than from bombs if the beseiged enclave's health system is not repaired."(There are) no medicines, no vaccination activities, no access to safe water and hygiene and no food.”WHO spokesperson Margaret Harris on Tuesday said the agency is already seeing a dangerous surge in diarrhea in Palestinian children.“We saw a very high number of cases of diarrhea among infants and again, no, there’s no treatment available for them. You know, if you have a child with diarrhea you need to give them re-hydration in order to keep them going until they get better and if you’re not able to do that, they can die very quickly from dehydration.”Harris added that nearly three quarters of hospitals, or 26 out of 36, have shut down entirely in Gaza due to bombings or lack of fuel.Under the terms of a pause in fighting, Israel has allowed more aid to flow into Gaza including food, water and medicine although aid agencies say it is not enough to meet the immense needs.James Elder is a spokesperson for UNICEF:“When I was coming here, I expected the worst in coming and I was surprised that it was even worst than I’d imagined. Hospitals for children, hospitals full stop, are war zones. I see children with horrendous wounds of war in car parks, on makeshift, mattresses, in gardens, everywhere. Doctors having to make horrendous decisions on, you know, who they prioritize.”Israel has sworn to annihilate Hamas, the militant group that rules Gaza, after its gunmen burst through the border killing around 1,200 people and seizing 240 captives on Oct. 7.
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Megan Fox is sharing more about pregnancy loss she has experienced in a new interview.
Beyoncé‘s mother has defended her daughter from “sad little haters” and “racists” who accused the singer of lightening her skin for the premiere of her new film, Renaissance.
Rosalynn Carter died at the age of 96 on November 19. She and Jimmy Carter were married for 77 years.
There’s an underlying theme to Donald Trump’s public statements – vengeance
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An “incel” teenager who murdered a woman in a Toronto massage parlour has received a life sentence after a judge ruled the gender-based attack to be terrorism in a landmark case.
The case comes after the Canadian government alleged a similar conspiracy had happened there
12 hostages were released this evening from Gaza while 30 Palestinians were freed from Israeli prisons
It is no secret that Berkshire Hathaway (BRK-A, BRK-B) CEO Warren Buffett is truly the "Oracle of Omaha", but the investment titan and his multinational conglomerate may not be where they are today without the long-time friendship of the late Vice Chairman Charlie Munger. NPR Business Desk Correspondent David Gura joins Yahoo Finance to reflect on Charlie Munger and his relationship with Warren Buffett, Munger's wisdom and advice, and how both were pioneers of the world of investing. "A lot of the stuff, it wasn't that innovative, it was, again, deeply rooted and so core to how I think a lot of people think they would approach their lives and he was able to... make that manifest in the world of business as well," Gura states. "He was no-nonsense, he was pithy, he wasn't shy about expressing his own opinion..." Click here to watch the full interview on the Yahoo Finance YouTube page or you can watch this full episode of Yahoo Finance Live here.
An Indian government official directed a plot to assassinate a prominent Sikh separatist leader living in New York City, United States prosecutors said Wednesday as they announced charges against a man they said was part of the thwarted conspiracy. U.S. officials became aware in the spring of the plot to kill Gurpatwant Singh Pannun, who advocated for the creation of a sovereign Sikh state and is considered a terrorist by the Indian government. The U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration interceded and set up a sting, with an undercover agent posing as a hitman, after the conspirators recruited an international narcotics trafficker in the plot to kill the activist for $100,000.
Posing for the new issue of WWD, Megan Fox wore a turtleneck sweater dress featuring a *huge* leg slit extending all the way up past her pants.
He considered her as the “living embodiment of an ‘outsider.’ ”