On Monday night, after President Donald J. Trump delivered a speech on Afghanistan, Philip Rucker, the Washington Post’s bureau chief for the White House, wrote on Twitter that he saw in that address “a new President Trump: Acknowledging a flip-flop and talking about gravity of office, history & substance.” Here was the long-awaited pivot to presidential behavior many had sought from Trump. On Tuesday evening, Trump came to Phoenix, Arizona, for a campaign rally, disregarding the calls by many-including that city’s mayor, Greg Stanton-to stay away. Speaking for more than an hour to a large and friendly crowd, Trump complained about the media, taunted liberal protesters and maligned Arizona’s two senators, both of whom are Republicans.
Actor Tyrese Gibson just went through a three-hour surgery and had his two ladies right by his side the whole time. The "Fast & Furious" star didn't name his ailment but posted a picture in the hospital, with his daughter embracing him.
The former First Daughter was able to go about the day as a regular freshman as she settled in to her freshman dorm.
A cage fighter is accused of killing a champion weightlifter after they got into a street fight over whose sport is better. A sickening video shows world and European powerlifting champion Andrey Drachev, 32, brawling shirtless in the road with a shorter man. The man throwing the punches and kicks was identified as 25-year-old Anar Ziranov, according to CrimeRussia.com. Ziranov is reportedly well-trained in MMA and has even competed professionally. Ziranov and Drachev reportedly were fighting over whether MMA is better than weight lifting. The savage fight took place at around 7 a.m. outside a cafe in the city of Khabarovsk in southeastern Russia. Ziranov is seen punching Drachev in the face
Sure, it hasn't reached three-commas territory yet, but Wednesday's Powerball jackpot just hit an estimated $700 million, the second-largest prize in U.S. lottery history. It's still a far cry from last year's record-breaking $1.6 billion Powerball jackpot, but as lotto fever grows, so, too, could the prize money. While the odds of winning are still slim - one in more than 292 million - you won't want to take any chances should you hit it big. As many previous winners have learned the hard way, money doesn't buy happiness. In fact, winning the jackpot can create even more problems as people come out of the woodwork seeking a piece of the pie. That means safeguarding yourself and your windfall
Olympic skier Lindsey Vonn is threatening legal action after "intimate" photos of her and ex-boyfriend Tiger Woods surfaced online earlier this week. “It is an outrageous and despicable invasion of privacy for anyone to steal and illegally publish private intimate photos," Vonn's rep told ABC News in a statement on Tuesday.
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