Michelle Obama’s vacation style just keeps getting better and better.
When Corinne de Vries became pregnant with her first child, the Dutch blogger was struck by the way her life changed.
A big-game trophy hunter was killed in Africa last week during an encounter with a herd of elephants.
Yesterday afternoon, Donald Trump became Crown Prince of Saudi Arabia. Or so will say Fareed Zakaria and the other doyens of elite opinion this morning, who stumble over themselves to offer praise every time President Trump manages to plow through a comparatively sane speech, string complete sentences together like a freshly minted state senator, and not casually alienate 1.5 billion members of a major world religion. That's the extent of the good news about the president's hectoring, smug speech, in which he exhorted Muslims to smash the radicals in their midst, to "DRIVE THEM OUT OF YOUR COMMUNITIES" and then, puzzlingly, to also "DRIVE THEM OUT OF THIS EARTH," something that does not make
Bitcoin hit a fresh record high above $2,100 on Monday with the cryptocurrency continuing its strong rally.
Tomi Lahren, who recently lost her job as a commentator on Glenn Beck’s The Blaze network, blasted the “snowflakes” who walked out on Vice President Mike Pence’s commencement speech at the University of Notre Dame on Sunday.
Damien Mander removes his hat to cover his nose, an act of instinct and ceremony that does little to temper the thick stench of death. The cloudless sky is empty of vultures on this scorching Mozambique morning, and as Mander approaches the kill site, an orchestra of heavy wing beats reveals why. “The last minutes of their lives would’ve been bloody terrifying,” says Mander, 37, the founder of the International Anti-Poaching Foundation (IAPF), a non-profit organization dedicated to providing Africa’s wildlife rangers with military-style training, management, and resources.