ShowBiz Minute: Clooney, Lauer, Prince

George Clooney says his twins are his greatest achievement as he picks up the AFI Lifetime Achievement award; Former NBC host Matt Lauer can keep New Zealand ranch; Warner Bros. to release new Prince album in September. (June 8)

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North Korea’s Biggest Missile & Will Ferrell Debunks Himself: VICE News Tonight Full Episode (HBO)

This is the November 29, 2017, FULL EPISODE of VICE News Tonight on HBO.

Immigrants from India hold by far the largest number of H-1Bs–temporary visas for skilled workers. For many, that temporary status has become a way of life. No matter how long they’ve lived in the United States, most have no hope of getting a green card anytime soon, if ever.

President Trump retweeted three videos from a British far-right nationalist—one showing a graphic death in Egypt, another falsely labeled, and all of them the sort of clips commonly passed around in anti-Islamic circles.

After President Trump retweeted the British far-right nationalist, he tweeted out an endzone dance about NBC’s firing of Matt Lauer. But people in glass White Houses might not want to throw stones.

VICE News interviews missile expert Jeffrey Lewis for latest reaction following DPRK ballistic missile launch.

Will Ferrell addresses the true, false, and straight up weird things the internet has written about him, in an inaugural pilot episode of ‘Vicepedia’.

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CNN’s President Jeff Zucker On Matt Lauer Being Fired

CNN’s President Jeff Zucker weighs in after “Today” show anchor Matt Lauer was fired amid sexual misconduct allegations. Following is a transcript of the video.

Jeff Zucker: Obviously it’s incredibly, incredibly disturbing, what we’ve learned in the last 24 hours from the reporting from The New York Times and Variety. And incredibly, incredibly sad. First of all, you know you have to feel for the women who endure this and lived with it and have come forward. And you know, obviously I’ve known Matt for 25 years and I didn’t know this Matt.

Mike Shields: You didn’t see this coming?

Zucker: No, look I mean, what’s chronicled incredibly well and in Variety and the New York Times is deviant and predatory behavior. And you know, obviously, that is not something that I was ever aware of or had even heard of or had ever been suggested or anything like that. And it’s just incredibly, incredibly heartbreaking.

Shields: When you were there at the “Today” show was it, it’s been depicted as a real boys club. A ruckus kind of place, is that a fair characterization?

Zucker: Yeah, so I had been gone from the “Today” show for 17 years. I was at the “Today” show, I was the executive producer at the “Today” show from 1992 to 2000 and that’s not the way that I would have characterized the show at all at the time. And you know, obviously, in that time that I was there, I was at NBC for 25 years. For five years in my career, you know, no one ever brought to me or to my knowledge, there was never a complaint about Matt, there was never a suggestion of that kind of deviant, predatory behavior, not even a whisper of it. Nothing like that. So you know I can’t say that that’s the culture that we lived in.

Shields: What about at CNN right now? I imagine every company in the country is reconciling with this or trying to figure out, “Do we have a problem? What’s going on?” I know that at Jake Tapper’s show there was an announcement yesterday, what’s been going on at CNN in the midst of all this?

Zucker: Yeah look I don’t think it’s just the media world either, right? Obviously. But clearly, the media world is not immune. We had a producer on one of our programs in Washington, “State of the Union,” where there were, there was a behavior that was completely inconsistent with our standards and culture. And we dismissed him last week. And you know look, like the way that NBC was when I was there, the way CNN is today if we are aware of any of that. If any of that is brought to our attention will investigate immediately, and that’s what we did last week. And I think that you know, I’m sure that’s what’s going on everywhere.

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Megyn Kelly Talks Matt Lauer, Fox News, Donald Trump, Roger Ailes

In an interview at Business Insider’s IGNITION conference in New York on Wednesday, NBC News’ Megyn Kelly talked with Business Insider US Editor-in-Chief Alyson Shontell about leaving Fox News for NBC News, the allegations against Matt Lauer, being called Donald Trump’s “chew toy,” the lowest point of her feud with the president, regrets for certain comments she’s made (we asked if she still thought Santa is white), the details of her alleged sexual harassment by Roger Ailes, and her advice for victims of harassment and assault.

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Megyn Kelly Heard Rumors About Matt Lauer And ‘Hoped It Wasn’t True’

During an interview at Business Insider’s IGNITION conference in New York on Wednesday, NBC’s Megyn Kelly told us that she’d heard rumors about Matt Lauer, but she did not know the extent of the allegations until Wednesday. Following is a transcript of the video.

Alyson Shontell: We gotta address the elephant in the room first. Matt Lauer … holy cow.

When you woke up this morning, did you know that this was brewing? What were your thoughts?

Megyn Kelly: No, I didn’t. You know, I …

Shontell: Not at all? Not like … “Variety” and “The New York Times” have been working on stories. You don’t hear about these things? 

Kelly: So, I didn’t have any official knowledge. But because of the work I do, and the stories I cover, and the connections I have in the industry, I have a general feel for… I mean I knew the Charlie Rose thing was coming.

And I had heard rumors about Matt, but that’s all they were. And my feeling on it was a rumor is not the same as reportable fact, and it was also that I hear a lot of rumors about myself too that are completely untrue. And when you’re a public figure, people do make up things about you and put them in print.

So I had no inside knowledge at all, but I knew people were sniffing around the issue. And hoped it wasn’t true and wouldn’t have been surprised if none of that had materialized, and he had a long… you know… and enjoyable last whatever, however many years he wanted to be at the “Today Show.”

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Hillary Clinton – ‘victim of double standards’: Punish those who question more

Hillary Clinton suggested that she is victim of double standards after being questioned by journo Matt Lauer.

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