Jeffrey Brasher and his son Austin were described as “very close.”
They loved playing golf together, working on each other’s swings. Jeffery’s sister Pamela Brasher Dennis told AL.com of her brother, “He loved being a husband and father… the kind of guy who, if you needed something, you’d go to him because he would help. He wanted to make you smile, and his kids were his number one priority.”
HAVANA — After his band of bearded rebels won power in 1959, Fidel Castro embarked on a victory tour delivering speeches to cheering crowds stretching from the eastern Cuban city of Santiago to Havana. Starting Wednesday, his ashes will retrace that journey in a solemn procession to his final resting spot.
One day after President-elect Donald Trump’s daughter Ivanka spoke to 60 Minutes about her father’s rise to power, her jewelry line alerted journalists to a surprising fact: The incoming first daughter was wearing an Ivanka Trump Fine Jewelry-brand bracelet, which could be bought for US$10,800.
The company has not paid any UK corporation tax since 2008 partly because it has rolled over losses from previous years and has deferred tax payments.
A Sunday Times analysis of the accounts of the parent company of the family business, Osborne & Little Group Ltd, reveals that it paid dividends to shareholders including the chancellor for the first time in the year to March 2015.
During the "Avengers: Age of Ultron" world press tour, an interview with Robert Downey, Jr. became incredibly awkward very quickly when a journalist attempted to make a comparison between the actor's onscreen character Iron Man and his personal real-life struggles. We noticed this first at The Hollywood Reporter.
CALGARY — Hope the outgoing governor of Montana will grant a last minute reprieve for Canadian death row inmate Ronald Smith is fading fast as Brian Schweitzer spends his last few hours in office.
Smith, 55, and his legal team had hoped Schweitzer would grant clemency in one of his final acts in office before his successor, Steve Bullock, is sworn in as Montana‘s new governor later today.
One of Smith’s lawyers, Don Vernay, had hoped to hear something sooner rather than later.