The most frightening specter is not a President Trump who is overly friendly and compliant with Mr. Putin; it is a President Trump who believes Mr. Putin has played him for a fool and who overreacts. Hell hath no fury like a President Trump scorned.
Tana Hicken, a Baltimore actress and teacher who deftly portrayed a wide variety of characters during a professional career that spanned more than four decades, died Aug. 17 at her Sparks home of myositis, an autoimmune disorder. She was 70.
By By Frederick N. Rasmussen and The Baltimore Sun
Last year, Baltimore sent a quarter million summonses to potential jurors, culled from drivers license and voting records, knowing only a fraction — about 27 percent — would actually show up. Now, they're putting their hopes into a new software system that's supposed to help bring people in.
What sets "Game Change" part is how it has radically shortened the distance between real-life events and their Hollywood depiction. As the producers deftly blend actual news footage and dramatic recreations, "Game Change" vaporizes the lines of fact and fiction as you watch.
Hollywood's biggest fashion parade, the red carpet outside the Oscars, began heating up on Sunday afternoon ahead of the world's top film awards where silent movie "The Artist" is widely seen as the choice for best movie.