Man posing as Washington Post reporter offered reward for dirt on Roy Moore, Alabama pastor says
Wednesday, 15 November 2017 A pastor in Alabama said he received a voice mail from someone falsely claiming to be a reporter with The Washington Post, seeking women "willing to make damaging remarks" about Republican Senate candidate Roy Moore in exchange for money.
Steve Bannon, President Trump's former chief strategist, called the media the "opposition party" after The Washington Post reported on accusations from four women that Roy Moore pursued them romantically when they were teenagers and Moore was older than 30.
Ex-Ukip leader and Brexit activist Nigel Farage spoke to Newsweek about his relationship with former Donald Trump advisor Steve Bannon, and his regrets on backing former U.S. Senate candidate Roy Moore.. Source: Newsweek -
The Washington Post reported Thursday that a 2016 draft of a Pentagon report detailing the effects of climate change on U.S. military sites used the phrase "climate change" 23 times. However, the final.. Source: CBS News -
A recent investigation by the Washington Post found an additional 27 women who say the CBS anchor sexually harassed them. And when they did raise concerns with their managers, their complaints weren't.. Source: Cheddar Inc. -
Washington Post reporter Devlin Barrett explains whether Rudy Giuliani’s disclosure that President Trump repaid his attorney Michael Cohen for the nondisclosure settlement made with adult film.. Source: The Washington Post - Affiliate -
Failed Senate candidate Roy Moore of Alabama filed a new lawsuit Monday against some of the women who accused him of sexual misconduct, claiming they were part of a “political conspiracy” to derail.. Source: Time -