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The TV personality imparted a very unique lesson during her trip to L.A. last week.
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Olivia Jade and Isabella Gianulli, Lori Loughlin's daughters, have left USC in the wake of the college admissions scandal.
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In President Trump's first full briefing at the Defense Department, he requested a grand "Victory Day" parade with "vehicles and tanks on Main Street" and down Pennsylvania Avenue, like the "amazing" parade he'd just witnessed in France, Guy Snodgrass, a top aide to then-Defense Secretary James Mattis, recounts in his new book, "Holding the Line." "The Fourth of July is too hot," Trump added.
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Now that we've seen this, we can't un-see it. Kate Beckinsale said she looks exactly like Ryan Reynolds on The Tonight Show on Sunday, and though we wouldn't have made the connection ourselves, now that she has pointed it out and we've seen the two side by side, we have to say - she's right. "I look […]
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When we’re not moaning about how bad it is, the weather can be really beautiful.The winning entries in the Weather Photographer of the Year 2019 competition showcase the most amazing pictures of skylines, lightning storms and snow-covered fields.More than 5,700 images were submitted to the Royal Meteorological Society (RMetS) competition.The overall winning photographer was Gareth Mon Jones, who captured a skyline at Y Lliwedd in Snowdonia, Wales.Read morePolice investigate commuters who dragged Extinction Rebellion protesters off Tube train roofLeo Varadkar backs Boris Johnson's plans for a bridge between Scotland and Northern IrelandPolice slam parent for parking outside school despite living 200m awayDennis Schulze, chief meteorology officer at MeteoGroup, said: “With so many high-quality and exciting photos submitted it was a tough choice we had to make.“The shortlisted images show the passion with which the photographers captured both rare and pretty common weather events. And many do not just show the weather event itself, but you can also feel the impact on our lives."Liz Bentley, chief executive of the Royal Meteorological Society, said: “The photographs speak volumes about our obsession in the weather - capturing its beauty, its power and its fragility in the face of human activity.”