Donald Trump Jr slammed the mayor of London on Wednesday (22 March) just hours after the deadly terror attack in Westminster that has left at least four dead, including the attacker. The eldest son of President Donald Trump tweeted: "You have to be kidding me?!: Terror attacks are part of living in big city, says London Mayor Sadiq Khan," along with a link to an article by The Independent from September 2016.
Carrie Underwood has a cute workout buddy who could get us to go to the gym daily. The country singer, 34, shared a video from a recent sweat session that included her adorable 2-year-old son/“Jesus Loves Me” duet partner.
Sarah Fowlkes was pictured grinning in her mugshot.
"Rehab Addict" Nicole Curtis is facing a lawsuit from the city of Minneapolis over a home she purchased from the government in 2013 for just $2. And the HGTV star is firing back against the city. According to the lawsuit obtained by Consumerist, Curtis' firm Detroit Designs purchased the home in a north Minneapolis neighborhood under several conditions, including completing "minimum improvements" on the home, maintaining the required insurance and paying property taxes within 12 months of purchase. The city alleges in its suit, filed in January, that Curtis "failed to redevelop the property," failed to "substantially complete minimum improvements," "failed to pay real estate taxes" and "failed
Russia has for months been testing a giant nuclear weapons delivery system that can carry 10 heavyweight warheads-enough power to wipe out Texas or France. But the RS-28 Sarmat intercontinental ballistic missile known in Russia as "Satan 2" has been delayed yet again, suggesting Moscow is having a harder time than expected updating its nuclear arsenal. Russia began testing the Sarmat last year and had been expected to enter it into service in 2018. It was slated to be Russia's first new intercontinental ballistic missile in decades and much bigger than its U.S. counterpart, the Minuteman III, which carries three warheads. The Russian weapon was designed to push through U.S. missile defenses.