{FD} Saudi coalition announces $1.5 billion in aid for Yemen

Saudi Arabia on Monday announced $1.5 billion in new aid for Yemen, where nearly three years of conflict has devastated the local economy and pushed millions to the brink of famine, causing what the United Nations describes as the world's worst humanitarian crisis.

{FD} Alison Brie defends brother-in-law James Franco saying reports are not ‘fully accurate’

James Franco’s family is staying behind him amid accusations of sexual misconduct. His sister-in-law, Alison Brie, had to walk a fine line when asked about the claims against him at the 2018 Screen Actors Guild Awards.

{FD} Julia Louis-Dreyfus to return to work on ‘Veep’ Season 7 following ****** cancer treatment

Julia Louis-Dreyfus is reportedly set to get back to work following her battle with breast cancer. She’s currently scheduled to begin filming the seventh and final season of her hit HBO series “Veep” in August.

{FD} Deadly Kabul hotel siege investigated as a possible ‘insider attack’

For up to seventeen hours from Saturday night through to Sunday, scores were slaughtered, shot and hiding for their lives as six Taliban operatives stormed Kabul’s luxury Intercontinental Hotel – with fingers pointing to an attack likely carried out with inside assistance.

{FD} As Hill leaders try to pin shutdown on Trump or Schumer, bipartisan Senate group aims to reach compromise

Congressional Democrats and Republicans on Sunday again publically blamed each other’s party for the government running out of money and closing -- respectively calling the situation the “Trump Shutdown” or the “Schumer Shutdown.”

{FD} As Hill leaders try to pin shutdown on Trump or Schumer, group of bipartisan senators aims to reach compromise

Congressional Democrats and Republicans on Sunday again publically blamed each other’s party for the government running out of money and closing -- respectively calling the situation the “Trump Shutdown” or the “Schumer Shutdown.”

{FD} Newly released texts between ex-Mueller team members suggest they knew outcome of Clinton email probe in advance

The Department of Justice has given various congressional committees nearly 400 pages of additional text messages between two FBI officials who were removed from Special Counsel Robert Mueller's investigation into alleged collusion between the Trump campaign and Russian officials.