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Bill for some new college students Steve Harvey says he's committed to covering tuition for eight incoming freshmen at his alma mater Kent State University Kent state said in a release that the Stephen Marjorie Harvey foundation has worked with the school to provide scholarships of about twenty three thousand dollars per student they must maintain a two point five grade point average for the funding to be renewed each semester the scholarships are in memory of Devon more against a student from Cleveland who died in twenty seventeen while playing basketball the University Center the school says the foundation also committed ten thousand dollars to ten states many empowerment network his next movie is the long awaited sequel to Top Gun Tom Cruise leads today's birthday around it took me thirty three years to figure out the sequel I'm a little slow cruise on the tonight show he's fifty seven she was one of the first to star in cats now touring with hello Dolly the in during Broadway favorite that Betty Buckley confesses she's only a recent convert to I never really got it you know until I saw the show a year ago right before the Tonys and I was gobsmacked I thought it was truly one of the greatest pieces musical theater I've ever seen Buckley on Broadway dot com she's seventy two and her voice has been part of the longest running sitcom in TV history the funny thing is Lisa Simpson is eight and every time she has a birthday she turned to a your Lee Smith on the today show booze fifty five and that's our birthday round up for July third I'm Bob Kessler house committees making another bid to get president trump's tax returns it's a P. Washington correspondent saga we got any reports a lawsuits been filed in federal court the house ways and means committee first asked for the documents and then issued a subpoena the trump administration refused to provide that so the panels now going to federal court suing the treasury department and dire rents for the returns it argues the administration simply trying to shield the president from congressional scrutiny the administration is said there is no legitimate legislative reason to seek the returns the panel says it doesn't have to explain its reasons but adds it's investigating the president's tax law compliance among other things Sager make on the Washington a radio news I'm ready to fall late.

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