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The bodies of Russian soldiers were lying in the streets of a key eastern Ukrainian city on Tuesday, evidence of a hasty retreat that marked a new military defeat for Moscow as it struggles to hang on to areas it illegally annexed last week. Russia’s upper house of parliament rubber-stamped the annexation of four Ukrainian regions on Tuesday, following “referendums” that Ukraine and its Western allies dismissed as illegal and fraudulent. Responding to the annexation move, Ukrainian President V
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Disney World guest catches family allegedly sneaking in little girl in stroller to avoid ticket price
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Alexandra Daddario is in Paris, and she took a moment to go nude and makeup free in an Instagram selfie. Alex believes her skin health is tied to mental health.
The spot is so bad that many thought it was a parody.
Salma Hayek always knows how to turn up the heat and she’s doing just that during Paris Fashion Week. She posted a behind-the-scenes snapshot of her Balenciaga look that shows how fantastic she feels at 56 years of age. Wearing a black, sheer corset top that teased her lacy black bra underneath, Hayek stared into […]
Miss Texas R'Bonney Gabriel was crowned the new Miss USA on Monday night. She works as a model and fashion designer.
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If Vladimir Putin makes good on his threat to use nuclear weapons in Ukraine, the United States would likely respond with a sweeping economic embargo combined with massive conventional attack on Russian military positions that could quickly wipe out the the Russian president’s invading military forces, said Joseph Cirincione, a national security analyst and leading expert on nuclear warfare.
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The "Ted Lasso" actress doesn't see herself as a "bombshell."
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As Russian President Vladimir Putin announced the mobilization of 300,000 reservists to the battlefields in Ukraine, neighboring regions have begun showing signs of unrest and discontent. Chechen warlord Ramzan Kadyrov, one of Putin's top allies, announced Chechen conscription targets had been "overfullfilled."
The MSNBC anchor had her own withering response to the Rupert Murdoch-owned newspaper's criticism of the former president.