Republican candidate for governor Walt Havenstein is asking a state commission to verify he’s eligible to run in New Hampshire. As he filed his candidacy papers today, Havenstein made a pre-emptive move against Democrats who say his claim of a tax break on a Maryland condo he owned is proof that he hasn’t been a legal New Hampshire resident for at least seven years. Havenstein provided copies of federal tax returns which show the Alton address where he’s owned a home since 1999.
SANTA MONICA, Calif. (AP) — “Monopoly” is going Hollywood. Lionsgate says it will turn the classic board game into a…
East met West as the Jersey Shore musician jammed with California legend Brian Wilson.
Enjoy the holiday weekend with some classic American cinema.
The 1987 thriller starring Michael Douglas and Glenn Close is set to be adapted for the small screen.
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