Mar 20, 2018
Ex-Playboy model sues to break silence on Trump
WH defends Trump's call to Putin
2 hurt in Maryland school attack, shooter dead
Selena Gomez slams bikini body shamers
World's last male northern white rhino dies
Ex-NFL star rolls out his own marijuana brand
When Hollywood stars play historical figures
'The Crown' sorry for salary scandal
How did three retro acts hit the Billboard top 10?
Did NBA prospect hurt himself with tourney dud?
Insiders say that Donald Trump Jr.'s behavior regarding this matter is one reason his wife Vanessa filed for divorce.
Universal/Comcast Corp. Pacific Rim: Uprising has a decent shot of making a skewed kind of history by finally dethroning Black Panther from the top spot on the weekend box office charts. It could be the Lost in Space of our generation. Ryan Coogler and Joe Robert Cole’s Black Panther is already the first movie since Avatar in 2009/2010 to top the weekend box office for five frames in a row. Heck, it’s only the 11th movie in 30 years to do so. It sits alongside Good Morning Vietnam in 1988, Rain Man in 1988/1989, Look Who’s Talking in 1989, Home Alone in 1990, The Silence of the Lambs in 1991, Wayne’s World in 1992, The Fugitive in 1993, Titanic in 1997/1998, The Sixth Sense in 1999 and Avatar
Ethan Couch, the “affluenza teen” who killed four people while drunk driving, will walk free from prison in a matter of weeks. Couch, now 20, is due to be released from the Tarrant County Jail in Fort Worth, Texas, on 2 April. Ethan Couch, the so-called "affluenza" teen, is brought into court for his adult court hearing at Tim Curry Justice Center in Fort Worth, Texas, United States on April 13, 2016.
Department of Housing and Urban Development Secretary Ben Carson told the House Appropriations Committee Tuesday that it was his wife, Candy, who purchased the $31,000 dining set for his office on taxpayers' dime. Responding to a February New York Times report on the purchase of a custom hardwood table, hutch and chairs for his Washington office, Carson said his poor interior decorating choices caused him to defer the decision to his wife, Lacena "Candy" Carson. "When I assumed the position I was told that traditionally secretaries redecorate their offices," Carson explained to the budget committee Tuesday.
Calif. Man Allegedly Ex-Kills Wife, Turns Gun on Himself
On March 17, 2017 in the Atlantic, a fighter jet landed onto the Nimitz-class aircraft carrier USS Abraham Lincoln. The only difference this time was that the pilot was Finnish, not American. Capt. Juha “Stallion” Jarvinen’s landing was the first landing on an aircraft carrier by a Finnish air force pilot in history, according to the U.S. Navy. Jarvinen was flying a U.S. Marine F/A-18C Hornet with Marine Fighter Attack Training Squadron 101 as part of a pilot exchange program — also a first between the U.S. Marines and the Finnish air force. “It was pretty intense,” Jarvinen said according to a U.S. Navy news release. “I was extremely happy because I knew I actually caught the wire when I felt
LaVar Ball has made a career out of being expressive, but he's no fan of being expressive with tattoos. That's why, as documented in a recent episode of "Ball in the Family," his son LiAngelo all but got kicked out of the Big Baller household. Forced to go shirtless during a trip to a Lithuanian spa (this really sounds like reality TV, doesn't it?), the 19-year-old Ball had no choice but to show off a chest full of new tattoos in front of LaVar, and the always-outspoken Big Baller CEO let it be known that "the fool went crazy." "Gelo crazy," LaVar said. "Crazy ... so I guess when we get back home, you got somewhere else to stay, because I ain't letting you stay in my house with that all over
By Jonathan Stempel and Brendan Pierson NEW YORK (Reuters) - A New York state judge on Tuesday said U.S. President Donald Trump must face a defamation lawsuit by a woman who accused him of sexually harassing her after she appeared on his former reality TV show. The decision by Justice Jennifer Schecter of the New York state court in Manhattan in favor of California restaurateur Summer Zervos, a former contestant on NBC's "The Apprentice," raises the prospect that Trump might have to answer embarrassing questions in court about his behavior toward women. A White House representative was not immediately available for comment on the ruling.