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Donald Trump

Donald Trump
Donald Trump, born June 14, 1946, is CEO of the Trump Organization, a real estate developer based in New York City. In addition to a number of skyscrapers bearing his name, Trump's businesses also operate several casinos. His business dealings and wealth helped him reach celebrity status along with a popular realty television program, "The Apprentice." (Photo AP)
Donald Trump, born June 14, 1946, is CEO of the Trump Organization, a real estate developer based in New York City. In addition to a number of skyscrapers bearing his name, Trump's businesses also operate several casinos. His business dealings and wealth helped him reach celebrity status along with a popular realty television program, "The Apprentice." (Photo AP) « Show less

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  • 'The Bachelor' upstages Donald Trump

    ABC gave "The Bachelor" three hours Sunday night, and he scored ho-hum ratings. (It's not easy going against a "Saturday Night Live" reunion special.) But on Monday, "The Bachelor" was back in its regular slot, and the numbers were looking up.  "The...
  • A sorry Republican preview for 2016

    A sorry Republican preview for 2016
    As the likely coronation of Hillary Clinton as the 2016 Democratic presidential nominee quietly progresses without serious opposition, the Republicans seem to be working overtime publicizing an abundance of long shots hoping to be her challenger. The...
  • 13 things that happened in Chicago on Friday the 13th

    13 things that happened in Chicago on Friday the 13th
    Chicagoans certainly are strange about Friday the 13th. And that includes the editors of the Tribune, who have exhaustively chronicled the odd occurrences on that day and date. For example, on Friday, May 13, 1932, a North Side man reported that 13 golf...
  • Steve Aoki says let them eat cake

    Steve Aoki says let them eat cake
    Steve Aoki, the Los Angeles DJ who regularly commands crowds of tens of thousands of people at electronic-dance-music festivals, is analyzing the complex metrics of his career. "I've thrown over 4,000 cakes in people's faces. It's incredible," he says....
  • 2016 Republican race up for grabs, Democrats back Clinton, poll finds

    2016 Republican race up for grabs, Democrats back Clinton, poll finds
    Jeb Bush may be the establishment favorite for the Republican presidential nomination, but he still has a lot of work to do to persuade GOP voters to back him, a new poll finds. By contrast, Democrats seem overwhelmingly willing to support Hillary...
  • Football, politics, good eats — and a call for safer driving

    Football, politics, good eats — and a call for safer driving
    In today's Friday Files, we have everything from football fun to political gambling. But first, something serious: Fellow drivers, we have to slow the blazes down and be more aware — especially in the dark hours of morning when kids are walking to...
  • 'Celebrity Apprentice': The winner is ...

    'Celebrity Apprentice': The winner is ...
    UPDATED: "The Celebrity Apprentice" in the end pitted diplomatic Leeza Gibbons against hurricane Geraldo Rivera.  Diplomacy won -- to Donald Trump's surprise. "Leeza, you led with kindness. I don't see these people in New York," Trump told Gibbons...
  • Autistic son turns 21 and family begins new, scary journey

     Autistic son turns 21 and family begins new, scary journey
    Cody Yearian just turned 21, and to celebrate, he enjoyed his favorite food, French fries, and a ticket to Disney on Ice. His parents greeted his milestone birthday with joy — and apprehension — as they prepare for his return home. As a...
  • Trump name to stay on Atlantic City's Taj Mahal

    Trump name to stay on Atlantic City's Taj Mahal
    The Donald Trump name will stay in Atlantic City. Trump reached an agreement Monday with billionaire investor Carl Icahn to allow his name to remain on the Trump Taj Mahal Casino. Trump and his daughter, Ivanka, had sued the owners of the casino...
  • McIlroy receives 3-iron, leaves Doral disappointed

    McIlroy receives 3-iron, leaves Doral disappointed
    Before he began his final round Sunday, Rory McIlroy, the No. 1 player on the PGA Tour, was given back his 3-iron. McIlroy smiled as he was handed his club – the same club he flung into the lake Friday after his second shot on the eighth hole...
  • Frustrated McIlroy tosses club in lake, then rallies at Doral

    Frustrated McIlroy tosses club in lake, then rallies at Doral
    The shot ended with a splash and the aftermath sent ripples through the golf world. That's what happens when the No. 1 player morphs into a weekend duffer for a regrettable moment in a championship tournament. After Rory McIlroy's second shot on the...