Originally published on Thu May 2, 2013 6:01 pm
The late Jimmy Savile is not the only U.K. TV personality whose name has emerged in a sexual abuse investigation. A wide-ranging British inquiry has revealed many other household names who are suspected of committing sexual offenses decades ago.
The latest name: BBC broadcaster Stuart Hall, who on Thursday admitted to 14 charges of indecently assaulting girls.
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Originally published on Thu May 2, 2013 6:18 pm
Update at 7:08 p.m. ET. Governor Signs The Bill:
"We are making history," Gov. Lincoln Chafee said right before he signed a bill that legalizes same-sex marriage in Rhode Island. "We are living up to the ideal of our founders."
Originally published on Fri May 3, 2013 7:52 am
OPHIRA EISENBERG, HOST:
Now, ready or not, here are our next two contestants, Juliette Guarino Berg and Alanna Miller, settling in behind their puzzle podiums.
EISENBERG: Welcome to you both. Juliette, you love creating word puzzles for your family.
JULIETTE GUARINO BERG: I do. I don't know if they enjoy it as much as I do.
BERG: I tend to put them as attachments in emails and then get emails back that say "are you sending me viruses?" So that tends to be an interesting experience for everybody.
On stage right now, we have Alexa Fields and Michael Haskell.
EISENBERG: Hello, Michael.
MICHAEL HASKELL: Hello.
EISENBERG: Like many of our contestants, you are really into Dungeons and Dragons.
HASKELL: I assume all of them.
EISENBERG: All of them. And you've been even playing one game for about eight years.
Let's say hello to our next two contestants, who I'd like to point out, shook hands with each other. Let's welcome Helen Busby and Jack Jackson.
EISENBERG: So you both are very well versed in pop culture, so I will ask you, Jack, who is your favorite celebrity to hate?
JACK JACKSON: Oh.
EISENBERG: I know.
JACKSON: There's so many.
EISENBERG: The amount, I know.
JACKSON: I'm not a fan of Taylor Swift.
EISENBERG: Okay. Helene, how about you?