- The problems for Alabama GOP Senate nominee Roy Moore started long ago, but even amid a flurry of sexual misconduct allegations, many voters are still planning to support the former judge. John Couvillon, founder of Louisiana-based JVC Analytics, tells FOX 5’s Jim Lokay the next few days could be the most critical for Moore, who was accused by a fifth woman on Monday of sexual improprieties.
- The D.C. theater community is mourning the death of a major benefactor and supporter, whose love for the arts inspired many. Joel Markowitz was the founder of DCMetroTheaterArts.org, and over the years, his small theater review site grew into the largest hub in the Mid-Atlantic for information on all manners of live productions, from major tours to high school and community plays and musicals. He died on Tuesday at the age of 60, months after a devastating diagnosis of ALS.
- The ongoing protests during the National Anthem at NFL games this season have resulted in lower TV ratings and threats of widespread boycotts. But are they linked to a key sponsor’s bottom line? John Schnatter, CEO of Papa John’s, claims his company’s stock prices have been adversely affected by the ongoing protests and the lack of any action to stem them by NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell. "The controversy is polarizing the customer, polarizing the country," Schnatter said on a conference call.
Coming up on #TheFinal5 at 11:30 on #FOX5DC:
- Al Franken's tour of forgiveness
- Roy Moore's stand of defiance
- Orrin Hatch gets sassy on taxds
- @peteybergen and @dash9615 on hostile family Thanksgiving dinners
- @BrodyLogan actually stays up late
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