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"Sinister" pediatrician gets 79 years in prison for molesting children
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Balance of Nature with Dr. Douglas Howard | 77WABC Radio
White House, President Trump And President discussed on Balance of Nature with Dr. Douglas Howard
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The World | KCRW
President Trump, US Federal Aviation Administration And United States discussed on The World
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DOUGLAS VERMEEREN SKYPE: DOUGLASVERMEEREN2000 FB: DOUGLASVERMEEREN1 T: DOUGVERMEEREN E: MELISSA@DOUGLASvermeeren.com w: DOUGLASvermeeren.com Doug interviewed 400 leaders to discover personal power mastery. He is also the producer and director od 3 out of the top ten personal development movies ever filmed. He talks about the a-ha’s he had in writing his book and who was his favorite interview. He discovers the important lessons from the book and the results people are getting.
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REShow: Michael Douglas. Hour 3 (11-09-18)
Joining Rich Eisen for the last hour, actor Michael Douglas talks about his role in movie : The Kominsky Method.
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Illeana Douglas Steps Forward
The day after The New Yorker published Ronan Farrow’s exposé about Harvey Weinstein, Farrow got a phone call from the actress and screenwriter Illeana Douglas. She wanted to talk about Leslie Moonves, who was then the head of CBS and one of the most powerful men in the media industry. Douglas went on the record in a story by Farrow, describing an assault by Moonves in the nineteen-nineties and the repercussions to her career after she refused him. “I got warnings about the casting couch, but I didn’t perceive this as the casting couch,” Douglas tells David Remnick. Moonves “was a man who I admired, and respected, and who had gained my trust. And now he was on top of me.” On September 9th, The New Yorker published a follow-up story by Farrow, describing new accusations. Three hours later, Moonves stepped down from his position at CBS. He has not, however, admitted any wrongdoing and has denied engaging in any non-consensual sex or any form of retaliation.
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