Most Americans met Wednesday night’s news that Arizona Senator John McCain was facing a dire diagnosis of brain cancer with shows of respect for the elder statesman and former prisoner of war. The attack on McCain--a war hero who spent more than five years in a North Vietnamese prison-is faintly reminiscent of the early days of Trump’s presidential campaign. During a family values summit in Iowa in the summer of 2015, just a month after he’d announced his seemingly quixotic bid for the White House, Trump lashed out at McCain: “He’s not a war hero.
Sharing a side-by-side image of trying on two pairs of pants in the exact same size, Katy used the accompanying caption to call out clothes sizing everywhere.
If O.J. Simpson gets out of prison, he'll have far more financial resources awaiting him than most ex-convicts. Simpson goes before a parole hearing Thursday that could lead to his release from prison this fall. Beyond any money he can make from selling autographs or other memorabilia, Simpson, who is 70, will probably have significant retirement income. The NFL won't say how much he'll get from his NFL pension, and it's hard to estimate without knowing some key details, such as when he decided to start collecting benefits. But according to the NFL benefits formula, he could receive as much as $100,680 a year if he waited until age 65 to start drawing his pension. Ex-players have the option of
In 2015, Sarah Stage shocked the world with her incredibly toned abs and small baby bump throughout her pregnancy. Although she faced tons of criticism about her pregnant figure, her son James was born completely healthy, weighing 8.7 pounds and 22 inches. The fitness blogger and mum is currently 26 weeks along and still boasting those admirable pregnancy abs.
Mariah Carey closed out her Las Vegas residency with a bang on Wednesday. The elusive chanteuse, 47, rocked several extravagant and revealing costumes during her final performance at Caesar’s Palace. Carey began the show in a bejeweled silver bodysuit and fishnet tights, accessorizing with her trademark diamonds, butterfly ring and sky-high heels. Later she wore a sparkling black leotard and hot pink faux fur coat as well as a sheer, sequined white A-line dress with a plunging neckline. The pop star’s on-again beau, backup dancer Bryan Tanaka, honored his lady (and his boss) with a flattering snap on Instagram on Wednesday night. “In honor of a wonderful experience, a spectacular show, awesome