Iconic broadcaster Larry King reportedly suffered a major heart attack late last week and was rushed to a hospital Thursday after going into cardiac arrest, according to sources close with the legendary news host’s family.
“We’re told while he was at home getting ready to go to the hospital, he went into cardiac arrest. He was taken by ambulance to the hospital, where doctors performed an angioplasty. They opened up an artery that had collapsed and inserted several stents,” reports media website TMZ.
King has battled heart issues for decades and has survived two previous heart attacks.
This is a developing story. Check back for updates.
DEMS DERANGED: Liberal Senator Sides with KIM JONG UN During Trump’s Hanoi Summit
Democratic Senator Jeff Merkley viciously sided with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un during the President’s Hanoi summit this week; likening Trump to a “dictator” who “attacks the press” and “employs family members as advisors.”
“A president and a dictator met in Hanoi. One has demanded unquestioned loyalty, bragged about his nuclear arsenal, attacked the press, and employed family members as his advisors. The other is Kim Jong-un,” posted the Democratic Senator.
A president and a dictator met in Hanoi. One has demanded unquestioned loyalty, bragged about his nuclear arsenal, attacked the press, and employed family members as his advisors. The other is Kim Jong-un.
— Senator Jeff Merkley (@SenJeffMerkley) February 27, 2019
President Trump abruptly ended his Vietnam summit with Kim Jong Un Thursday; saying he had to “walk” from the deal after the North Korean leader demanded the removal of all American sanctions against his government.
ECONOMICS 101: Tax Revenue DROPS $2.8 BILLION as Wealthy FLEE NY, Budget in Total Crisis
New York Governor Andrew Cuomo confirmed Tuesday that his state is facing a major budget crisis after local tax revenue plummeted $2.8 billion; announcing he will revise the 2019-2020 budget to reflect the decreased finances.
“Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo on Monday announced a dramatic drop in state income tax revenue of $2.8 billion, which he says will prompt him to revise his 2019-20 budget and reconsider spending on schools, health care and repairs to roads and bridges,” reports Newsday.
“At this point there is no doubt that the budget we put forward is not supported by the revenues,” Cuomo said in Albany. “It’s as serious as a heart attack.”
“I fear it’s going to get worse before it gets better,” said state Comptroller Thomas DiNapoli. “It’s not all gloom and doom, but it’s a matter of very, very serious concern.”
Read the full report at Newsday.