- Politics HuffPost
"Does everyone working for the president have to debase themselves and lie like he does?" asked the CNN host.
- Style AOL.com
Jennifer Lopez took to Instagram Story to share a photo of her friend Kourtney Kardashian's latest sexy snap.
- Celebrity Entertainment Tonight
Jenna Dewan 'Felt Blindsided' by Channing Tatum's Romance With Jessie J After Finding Out on the Internet
'There I was, on a plane, alone, finding out about his new relationship.'
- World Yahoo News UK
Nadia Ali, of Ambassadors High, in Streatham, was given community service last month following an Ofsted raid on the school.
- Business Reuters
LA CAÑADA DE URDANETA, Venezuela (Reuters) - With the $2 he earns in wages each week working as a cargo driver for Venezuelan state oil company PDVSA, 56-year-old Freddy Brito cannot even afford to buy one kilogram (2.2 lb) of cheese. To feed himself and his wife as the once-prosperous OPEC nation suffers a hyperinflationary economic collapse, Brito depends on a monthly basket of rice, canned tuna, beans and other products valued at $200 given to him by California-based Chevron Corp, PDVSA's minority partner at the Petroboscan field in western Zulia state where he works.
- Celebrity Cosmo
He's got 'Rise and Shine' opinions
- World Associated Press
Deep-sea explorers scouring the world's oceans for sunken World War II ships are focusing in on debris fields deep in the Pacific, in an area where one of the most decisive battles of the time took place. Hundreds of miles off Midway Atoll, nearly halfway between the United States and Japan, a research vessel is launching underwater robots miles into the abyss to look for warships from the famed Battle of Midway. Weeks of grid searches around the Northwestern Hawaiian Islands already have led the Petrel to one sunken warship, the Japanese aircraft carrier Kaga.