A banker testified Friday that his boss extended risky loans to Paul Manafort because he wanted to earn chits with the Trump campaign, painting a picture of Mr. Manafort financially benefiting from his role with the future president.
Dennis Raico, a senior vice president at Federal Savings Bank in Chicago, said his boss, the bank’s founder and CEO, Stephen Calk pushed approval of $16 million in loans to Mr. Manafort, hoping to curry favor.
One suspect is in custody and officials confirmed “there is no further threat to the public” just after 11 a.m. The area will remain “contained for the foreseeable future” as officials continue to investigate.
“No names are being released at this time,” authorities said in a tweet. “Please appreciate this is a difficult time for their families and our colleagues. We will provide more info when we can.”
Approximately $500,000 in cash was seized on the Pennsylvania Turnpike, police said.
Police said they conducting a traffic stop for a turn signal violation when they discovered the cash. Photos show the cash was found hidden underneath a seat.Two women were in the car, and they told police they were driving from Pittsburgh to Philadelphia.
They told police the cash was not theirs. No arrests were made.
They soon realised they retrieved the world’s second Egyptian sphinx, which originated as far as 2500 BC during the reign of the Pharoah Kafre in Egypt.
Mohamed Abel Aziz, the Director General of Antiquities, said the structure has yet to be removed from the ground, and remains embedded in soil until it can be properly excavated.
Members of the public can now visit the site where the sphinx was found, Antiquities Minister Khaled al-Anani said.
By Shirley McMarlin
Free tours of The Palace Theatre are scheduled for 9 and 11 a.m. Sept. 8 at 21 W. Otterman St. in Greensburg.
Director of Operations and Programming Teresa Baughman will guide guests on an exploration of the venue’s architectural and artistic features,
Participants also will get a behind-the-scenes look at what happens backstage during a performance.
Reservations are not needed for the tours. Information on upcoming shows will be available.
Details: 724-836-8000 or thepalacetheatre.org
Shirley McMarlin is a Tribune-Review staff writer. You can contact Shirley at 724-836-5750, firstname.lastname@example.org or via Twitter @shirley_trib.
Editor’s Note: As part of a regular business feature in the Pittsburgh Current, we’re planning to highlight business districts across the Pittsburgh area. Few neighborhoods have dealt with a more chaotic set of circumstances than Beechview, which is where the Current’s new office is located. So we thought we’d kick off the feature close to home.
By Joe Napsha
A two-vehicle crash in the westbound lanes of Route 30 in North Huntingdon Wednesday afternoon backed up traffic on the busy highway.
North Huntingdon police investigated the crash.
Joe Napsha is a Tribune-Review staff writer. You can contact Joe at 724-836-5252 or email@example.com.
The darkly lit waiting room that was decorated with black leather couches, the tour’s snake motif and small version of the throne from the “Look What You Made Me Do” video.
As for reviewing, I’m less good at faking it, so if the concert wasn’t good, I would have said so. But what’s the chance of a Taylor Swift concert not being good?
Obviously, it’s on massive scale, but just one of the little details I noticed outside Heinz Field is that for the fans waiting in line during the afternoon to get in, there were TV screens set up with video packages of her to keep them entertained.
CANBERRA, Australia (AP) — Australia’s most populous state was declared entirely in drought on Wednesday and struggling farmers were given new authority to shoot kangaroos that compete with livestock for sparse pasture during the most intense dry spell in more than 50 years.
Ohio officials have discovered 588 uncounted votes in this week’s special election for the 12th Congressional District, further tightening the already too-close-to-call race.
“The votes from a portion of one voting location had not been processed into the tabulation system,” the Franklin County Board of Elections said in a press release Wednesday. The uncounted votes were from a Columbus suburb.
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On Aug. 11, the 48th Annual Somerset Antique Show will be held, now with more than 100 vendors and about 5,000 visitors, Sandy Berkebile says.
Shop from more than 100 dealers displaying quality wares on the streets of Uptown Somerset. The show includes food vendors and an Antique & Classic Car Show. Admission is free and free parking is available in the Somerset County parking garage on East Catherine Street. The show is held rain or shine. The show is sponsored by The Somerset Chamber of Commerce.