"I think my voice should have been heard then, and I'll still fight for it to be heard now," Rachel Crooks said.
Unimpressed with his response, the brave letter-writer wrote to the president a second time.
The "Baywatch" actor had a huge hit in Germany when the wall fell, but rumors he thinks he reunited Berlin get him angry.
He allegedly threatened a female freelance photographer, telling her she would never work for his magazine after she rejected his flirtatious behavior.
Donald McGahn was interviewed by Mueller in early December.
Things are getting serious.
"You don't suffer some of the wounds these patients suffered and just move on with life," he said.
The White House and GOP officials have branded the federal government freeze the "Schumer Shutdown."
Iran and its proxies have a long history of targeting Jewish communities in Europe and the West, experts warn.
President Donald Trump is "not my cup of tea," said incoming New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy.
John Dickerson has hosted "Face the Nation" since 2015.
Roland was missing for three days after saying a man had followed her.
"RIP cousin... can't believe it was just last night that I held you in my arms!" Rihanna posted on Instagram
The Hollywood star was recognized for breaking gender norms.
William Graham, the son of Washington Post publisher Katharine Graham, committed suicide in Los Angeles, California, on December 20.
The danger hinges on how much gaming interferes with life.