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Smollett Lawyer: Nigerian Brothers Could Have Attacked Jussie Wearing ‘Whiteface’

Appearing Thursday morning on NBC’s “Today,” Jussie Smollett lawyer Tina Glandian claimed “Abel” and “Ola” Osundairo, the two brothers of Nigerian descent allegedly paid to stage a racist and homophobic attack on the Empire star, suggested the pair could have worn “whiteface” during the ordeal. 

Actor Jussie Smollet appears with his attorney Tina Glandian, left, at a hearing for a judge assignment at Leighton Criminal Court in Chicago, Thursday, March 14, 2019. Smollett pleaded not guilty to charges accusing him of lying to police about being attacked in downtown Chicago a few weeks ago. (E. …

Nancy Pelosi Won’t Rule Out Indictment, Impeachment of Trump

Representative Nancy Pelosi (D-CA), the likely next speaker of the House, sat down for an interview with Savannah Guthrie of NBC News’ “Today.” Guthrie asked Pelosi if she is willing to rule out impeachment once the new Congress takes over.

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Biden: Ford Shouldn’t Be ‘Vilified’ Like Anita Hill

In an interview that aired Friday on NBC’s “Today,” former Vice President Joe Biden weighed in on the sexual misconduct allegation against Supreme Court justice nominee Brett Kavanaugh. Biden said, like with Anita Hill during Clarence Thomas’ confirmation, the FBI

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Watch: Burt Reynolds’ Funny (and Bizarre) ‘Today Show’ Interview

Screen legend Burt Reynolds appeared on the Today Show and things got a little strange when the 82-year-old talked about falling in love with actress Sally Field when she was seven and then complimented interview Hoda Kotb “for not having your lips larger.”

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Ann Curry: ‘Climate’ of Sexual Harassment ‘Pervasive’ at NBC News

Former Today Show co-host Ann Curry dropped the bombshell Wednesday with the admission that there was a “climate” of sexual harassment during her years at NBC News. She agreed that this climate of sexual harassment was “pervasive,” and ended her answer with a definitive “Yes. Period.”

Executive producer/reporter Ann Curry and Reiko Nagumo of 'We'll Meet Again' speak onstage during the PBS portion of the 2017 Summer Television Critics Association Press Tour at The Beverly Hilton Hotel on July 30, 2017 in Beverly Hills, California. (Photo by Frederick M. Brown/Getty Images)

Washington Post’s Handling of Roy Moore Accuser Raises Ethical Questions

Leigh Corfman, the 53-year-old woman who alleges that Alabama Republican Senate nominee Roy Moore touched her inappropriately when she was 14 years old, told NBC’s Today show that she would not have come forward with her story if the Washington Post had not included other accusers in the story.

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