President Donald Trump's charitable foundation said in a tax filing that it intends to dissolve, as Trump promised it would last December to avoid conflicts of interest.
Trump Foundation, the president's charitable organization, is reportedly dissolving itself. In it, the foundation announced "its intent to dissolve and is seeking approval to distribute its remaining funds to highly qualified and important section 501 (c)(3) charities".
The foundation admitted to violating the self-dealing law, in which a nonprofit's leaders, such as Trump or his agents, are prohibited from channeling funds to their businesses, families, or themselves, NBC News said. "The Foundation continues to cooperate with the New York Attorney General's Charities Division, and as previously announced by the President, his advisers are working with the Charities Division to wind up the affairs of the Foundation". "As the foundation is still under investigation by this office, it can not legally dissolve until that investigation is complete", said Spitalnick. The foundation was also ordered to cease fundraising operations in NY due to a failure to register with the Charities Bureau and provide annual financial reports. "When Trump's Mar-a-Lago club racked up $120,000 in fines from the town of Palm Beach, Florida for violating a local ordinance regarding the height of flagpoles, Trump eventually settled the dispute by agreeing to a $100,000 donation to a veterans' charity - and then had his foundation rather than the club pay the tab". The Washington Post reported that the foundation spent $258,000 to settle lawsuits against Trump's for-profit businesses. Trump's most recent personal contribution to the charity came in 2008, when he donated $30,000, tax filings show. During that year's presidential race, the charity made more donations than it had from 2012 through 2015 combined.
A non-profit foundation that includes Steven Roth, the CEO of Vornado Realty Trust, contributed $50,000.
An upper-level trough will gradually slide east of the area, as high pressure tiptoes into the southern Plain. Friday night , the low will be around 44 with partly cloudy skies, according to the weather service.
To report an incident as a restricted report means to report without referral for criminal investigation or to commanders. Camp Lejeune , near Jacksonville, had 169 reports of sexual assault in 2016, compared to 164 the year before.
Also, any acquisition of Fox assets by a fellow media giant would not include Fox News or Fox Sports due to antitrust issues. Shares of Viacom Inc and CBS Corp also rose more than 2 percent, a sign investors may see then as potential targets.
Saturday night is forecast to bring up to 90 percent chances of rain in some areas, with an 80 percent chance of show in Massena. Temperatures stay pretty seasonal, for the most part, the upcoming work week with daily sunshine.
Actor David Cassidy is now hospitalized in Florida in critical condition with organ failure, his rep confirmed to ABC News. Cassidy reportedly checked into a Florida hospital three days ago, and his family has been told to "prepare for the worst".
Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp is set to launch worldwide on November 22 for iOS and Android devices, Nintendo has announced . Your family will probably understand if you need to excuse yourself from Thanksgiving dinner to go catch some fish.
Mr Gandhi's immediate challenge is the polls in Mr Modi's home state of Gujarat , which takes place in two phases on Dec 9 and 14. Here, the meeting was chaired by the party chief Sonia Gandhi to discuss over the name of the new party president.
Back in June, President Trump hosted the 2016 national football champion Clemson Tigers at the White House. The White House said 18 NCAA teams would be in attendance for a reception at the executive mansion.
Dolphins' starting quarterback Jay Cutler picked an very bad time to have his first multi-interception game of the season. The offense just didn't look organized as evident by its four turnovers and eight penalties in the first half.
Of those arrested in the nationwide operation, 198 are foreign nationals and 16 are US citizens, federal officials said . MS-13 is described as one of the most risky criminal organization in the country and the D.C. area is no exception.
Trump's sickening decision to stand by Roy Moore
Trump's comments come the day after his senior adviser Kellyanne Conway appeared on Fox News to say pretty much the same thing. But he ill-advisedly shifted to the claim that "you don't need somebody who's soft on crime like Jones".
Harrison Ford Helps Woman After She Crashes Car Off the Highway
Indiana Jones to the rescue! The woman was the only occupant in the vehicle and was transported to a hospital with minor injuries. The legendary actor made headlines over the weekend when he jumped into action to help a woman who ran her auto off of a highway.
Country Singer Mel Tillis Dead at 85
Tillis died early on Sunday in an Ocala, Florida, hospital, a statement posted on Absolute Publicity's website said. The Tillis family said they plan to announce funeral arrangements for Nashville and Florida soon.
Redskins lose running back Chris Thompson with ugly leg injury
The former TCU All-American has made several jaw-dropping plays over the past few weeks and against the Saints he was back at it. In the third quarter, with a 4-point lead, the Redskins surprised the Saints with a fake punt deep in their own territory.
Industry reacts to passage of House tax bill
The House bill passed on a straight party-line vote, with 13 Republicans joining all Democrats in voting against it. The top 5 percent of American households would benefit to the tune of about half of the tax cuts, or $750 billion.
DC co-founder Malcolm Young dies at 64
On Saturday morning Twitter was filled with tributes to him, from Ozzy Osbourne and Eddie Van Halen to Zac Brown and Ryan Adams. One of the founding members of AC/DC , among the best-selling bands in recorded music history, died Saturday.
Trump blasts Franken, but stays silent on Moore
In a pair of tweets Thursday night, Trump spotlighted the accusations against Franken, saying the photo "speaks a thousand words". Sanders was also asked Friday whether the president still believed all the women who had come forward against him were lying .