Good Tuesday morning. Bulletin: "Second ex-staffer accuses Conyers of sexual harassment," per Detroit News.
It's #GivingTuesday. If you're in New York ... I'll be discussing the future of philanthropy from 6 to 7 p.m. (doors open at 5:30) at Convene, 730 Third Ave., 17th floor (near Grand Central). My guests will include Henry Timms, executive director of the 92nd Street Y, and founder of #Giving Tuesday; Janet Scardino, CEO of Comic Relief Inc.; and more. RSVP here.
Ivanka Trump is speaking now at a Global Entrepreneurship Summit, co-hosted by the U.S. and India in Hyderabad: "We are committed to supporting women, and men, who work, inside and outside of the home."
Sometimes you don't need a lede. Ya just let the reality speak for itself:
Sound smart: What a dumb waste of another day.
An unusual perk for members of Congress: taxpayer-paid settlements in sexual-harassment cases.
But that's not all, Axios' Shane Savitsky discovered:
With administration and leadership aides frantically negotiating with holdout senators, the Senate's tax vote scheduled for late this week could lapse into next week.
The state o' play, from more than half a dozen senior Republicans interviewed by Axios' Jonathan Swan:
Be smart: House leaders are insisting on a conference committee to work out the vast differences between the two chambers' tax bills: They say they don't have the votes for the Senate bill, and won't swallow it whole. That's a whole new minefield.
A Los Angeles County Fire Department helicopter yesterday "hoist-rescued" a horse that had been trapped overnight in the bottom of a steep, 300-foot ravine, according to the Victor Valley Daily Press:
"A woman who falsely claimed to The Washington Post that Roy Moore ... impregnated her as a teenager appears to work with [James O'Keefe's Project Veritas, which] uses deceptive tactics to secretly record conversations in an effort to embarrass" big media organizations, the WashPost reports on A1:
On NFL Sundays, ESPN Fantasy accounts for 53% of all minutes consumed across ESPN Digital platforms, Axios media trends expert Sara Fischer reports:
Chaser: Chobani, which drove the Greek yogurt craze, today unveils new packaging that removes "Greek Yogurt" from the label (yogurt inside stays the same).
Alec Baldwin sounds like a candidate as he speaks to 3,000 in Des Moines last night at the Iowa Democratic Party Fall Gala, formerly the Jefferson-Jackson Dinner (named for Thomas Jefferson and Andrew Jackson, who owned slaves and therefore were dropped from banquet names around the country):
"The ring was designed by Prince Harry and features two diamonds which belonged to his late mother, Diana, Princess of Wales," per the BBC:
N.Y. Times Quote of the Day ... Meghan Markle, telling a BBC reporter how a friend set the couple up on a blind date: "The only thing I asked her was, 'Was he nice?'"
This year's White House holiday theme is "Time-Honored Traditions," the First Lady's Office announced: