Melania Trump appeared to want nothing to do with President Donald Trump’s hand on Monday.
Donald Trump on Monday denied an allegation that major media organizations never reported: that he had identified Israel as the source of U.S. intelligence he shared this month with top Russian officials. "Just so you understand, I never mentioned the word or name Israel," the president said as he stood next to Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu before a meeting in Jerusalem. Gesturing toward reporters gathered in the room, Trump complained that "they're all saying I did" mention Israel. In making the comments, which he seemed to tack on at the end of planned statements to the press, Trump shifted attention back to U.S. troubles that he and his team were hoping would fade as they travel around the Middle East and Europe this week.
Ariana Grande, the singer whose Manchester, England, concert ended in tragedy Monday, said she is “broken.
A well-known South African big game hunter was reportedly crushed to death Friday after his friends fatally shot an elephant.
“Hey, Greeney!” “Yes, Golic?” (A glare, and silence.) The breaking-up ESPN duo of Mike Greenberg and Mike Golic, who have gained such a following for their opposites-attract chemistry while just talkin’ sports, have stopped speaking to each other off the set, according to a revealing Sports Illustrated report. The show has soldiered on with its longtime voices feigning everything’s OK, with a December end to the radio program planned. But insiders are doubtful that Greenberg and Golic can survive another seven months together as they feud, with Greenberg leaving to host his own ESPN TV show and Golic sticking on the radio airwaves with new partner Trey Wingo. “It’s really a poisonous atmosphere
Drake made history, and Beckinsale got... itchy.