Rose Marie, best known for her role as Sally Rogers on “The Dick Van Dyke Show,” who had a nine-decade career in show business, died Thursday in Van Nuys, Calif. She was 94. Publicist Harlan Boll confirmed her death. Rose Marie was Emmy nominated three times for her work on “The Dick Van Dyke Show,” in which she played part of the writing team, led by Van Dyke’s Rob Petrie, for the fictional “Alan Brady Show.” The actress began a . . .
Notre Dame Cathedral’s three stained-glass windows survived a fire Monday that burned through the Paris landmark.
White House bans network pool reporter from Rose Garden event The White House took retaliatory action against Kaitlan Collins, a White House reporter for CNN, after Collins asked President Trump questions at an Oval Office photo op on Wednesday. CNN, rival networks, and the White House Correspondents Association all spoke out against the administration’s action. On Wednesday afternoon Collins was representing all the television networks as the “pool reporter” in the room during a meeting between Trump and Jean-Claude Juncker, . . .
President Trump will speak in the Rose Garden about the partial government shutdown at 1:30 p.m ET on Friday — an indication that a possible short-term deal may have been reached to end the stalemate, even as reports emerged that there is no funding for a border wall in the deal. “The President will make remarks regarding the shutdown in the Rose Garden today at 1:30pm,” Sanders tweeted. It was not immediately clear what Trump would say, but White House . . .
Charlie Rose, host of “Charlie Rose” and “CBS This Morning,” has been accused by multiple women of unwanted sexual advances. (Jenny Starrs/The Washington Post) Eight women have told The Washington Post that longtime television host Charlie Rose made unwanted sexual advances toward them, including lewd phone calls, walking around naked in their presence, or groping their breasts, buttocks or genital areas. There are striking commonalities in the accounts of the women, each of whom described their interactions with Rose in . . .