Seattle TV editor fired after Trump video appears altered
SEATTLE (AP) — A Seattle TV station has fired an editor after airing video footage of President Donald Trump's Oval Office address on immigration that appears to be altered.
FOX affiliate Q13 broadcast video from the Tuesday night speech that showed a more orange-toned Trump with his tongue hanging out languidly from his mouth after making a statement.
Detroit — A group of landscapers were busy Monday morning planting a black gum tree along Oakman Boulevard before snow and subzero temperatures set in for the city.
The black gum is among roughly 900 other trees that have gone up in Detroit this fall as part of the city's "10,000 Up" program. The initiative aims to plant 10,000 new trees across the city in the next three years.
Monday's planting marked the end of the first phase of the initiative, which is expected to resume in the spring.
Scene…The AmeriCorps Airlift Benefit took place at Westchester County Airport last month, raising a record $2.9 million for the organization’s health programs in more than 90 countries. Nearly 900 guests attended the event at the JP Morgan Chase Hanger which included dinner and dancing to the music of The Social. Award-winning anchor and journalist Erica Hill served as Master of Ceremonies at the event co-chaired by Roberta and James Conroy, Amanda and Bryan Hanson, Julie and Bas NieuweWeme and...