Mar 30, 2015
The biggest surprise of WrestleMania 31 came at the end of the third hour, when UFC champion Ronda Rousey showed up out of nowhere, joining The Rock in the center of the ring to beat the heck out of Triple H and Stephanie McMahon. Between John Cena's triumph over Rusev and the match between Bray Wyatt and Undertaker, The Authority came to the ring to tell everyone just how great they are. Just as Triple H was telling the fans that he owns each and every one of them and that there was nothing they could do about it, The Rock's music hit, and the Brahma Bull walked down to the ring. As if the crowd weren't already on his side, Rock pointed out to everyone that he was born in the Bay Area before challenging Triple H to a fight.
Tossing your hair and licking your lips? Please—amateur night! There are more surprising (and effective) ways to be utterly seductive.
The Constitution, which the vice president is sworn to uphold, guarantees to American citizens the “Blessings of Liberty” and equal protection of the law. Despite that, despite “how deeply involved” Jews “are in the United States,” the occupant of the second-highest office in the land believes that American Jews should look to a foreign government as the foundation of their rights and security. It’s like some crazy fiction from Philip Roth, except that when Roth contemplated an exodus in “Operation Shylock,” it was to imagine the Jews fleeing Israel for Poland.
Did Conor McGregor slap Jose Aldo? Does it matter? MMA fans can't get enough of the Irishman's shenanigans.
NEW YORK (AP) — As he returns to run the NBC News Group, Andy Lack faces one of the same puzzles he tried to solve a decade and a half ago: how to make MSNBC work.
One of DC's most respected characters of all time, Superman, is beloved by nearly one and all. The same can't be said, however, for the actor who played Clark Kent in the 1978 feature film Superman and its subsequent sequels. Apparently Christopher Reeve didn't leave a fuzzy impression on Jack O'Halloran, who played the villain Non in the first two films, and as a result the actor recently said some not-so-good things about him. It's not necessarily shocking to think Non isn't a big fan of Superman, but we never expected the actor behind the villainous character would actually have any serious problems with The Last Son of Krypton.
White House Press Secretary Josh Earnest balked when asked Sunday how the Indiana religious freedom law opposed by President Barack Obama differs from a similar law Obama voted for when he was a state senator in Illinois. Earnest appeared on ABC's "This Week" immediately following Indiana's Republican Gov. Mike Pence on Sunday and was asked about the issue. "If you have to go back two decades to try to justify something that you're doing today, it may raise questions," Earnest told host George Stephanopoulos. "It should be easy for leaders to stand up and say, it's wrong to discriminate against people just because of who they love," Earnest continued.
The Bild newspaper published an interview with a woman who said she had had a relationship in 2014 with Andreas Lubitz, the man French prosecutors believe locked himself alone in the cockpit of the Germanwings Airbus on Tuesday and steered it into the French Alps, killing all on board. "He did it because he realised that, due to his health problems, his big dream of working at Lufthansa, of a having job as a pilot, and as a pilot on long-distance flights, was nearly impossible." "He never talked much about his illness, only that he was in psychiatric treatment," she told the paper, adding they finally broke up because she was afraid of him. He became upset about the conditions we worked under: too little money, fear of losing the contract, too much pressure." A Lufthansa spokesman declined to comment. The company and its low-cost subsidiary Germanwings took out full-page advertisements in major German and French newspapers on Saturday, expressing "deepest mourning".
Asian stock markets were subdued on Monday in a week book-ended with Easter holidays across the globe and a
Oil prices fell on Monday, extending steep losses from the previous session, as Iran and six world powers
To some Silicon Valley watchers, the Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers gender discrimination case became
WASHINGTON (AP) — Don Draper is making his exit with "Mad Men" this year, but his image as a 1960s advertising man will live on at the Smithsonian Institution.
NEW YORK (AP) — Two weeks after opening in just four theaters, the indie horror movie "It Follows" is getting a wide release this weekend. The film has been getting positive reviews for its originality, paranoia-inducing scenes and lack of a typical villain.
NEW YORK (AP) — Five performances of the propulsive show "Stomp" have been cancelled following an apparent gas explosion in Manhattan's East Village. Producers said Friday that five shows scheduled for Friday, Saturday and Sunday have been scrapped.
The iHeartRadio Music Awards should be called the iHeartTaylorSwift Awards.
SANTA ROSA, Calif. (AP) — The singer-songwriter behind the 1969 rock hit "Spirit in the Sky" was
NEW YORK (AP) — Gene Saks, a prolific actor-director who teamed with playwright and fellow New Yorker Neil
MOSCOW — In the days and weeks after Russian opposition leader Boris Nemtsov was murdered, rumors of
This week's episode of The Good Wife is very clearly inspired by the recent hack of Sony Pictures
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Johanna Basford, a Scottish illustrator, has become a breakout success catering to an unexpected audience:
With the state close to issuing final regulations, supporters of the new program are concerned that some of
A national push and a new guide are giving critically ill young patients a voice in end-of-life discussions