- CelebrityYahoo Life
The 34-year-old singer is a work of art.
This video will live rent-free in my mind henceforth.
- U.S.Washington Examiner
National Guard threatens to cancel training and exercises if not reimbursed for $521M Capitol deployment
The half-billion-dollar National Guard price tag to man the U.S. Capitol for more than five months following the Jan. 6 riot has emptied the Guard's coffers and will affect readiness if Congress does not act, National Guard Bureau Chief Gen. Daniel Hokanson said Wednesday.
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"My mouth DROPPED. I wish I had thought of this!"
Man Who Stomped on Elderly Chinese Man’s Head Says It Was Retaliation for Korean, Japanese Men Who Robbed Him
A homeless suspect arrested for viciously stomping on an elderly Chinese man in New York City in April says he committed the act in retaliation for an earlier robbery. Victim accused: Jarrod Powell, 50, identified Yao Pan Ma as one of his two assailants, whom he described as a “Korean guy” and a Japanese man, according to the New York Daily News. Powell reportedly told detectives that he was robbed of jewelry and money on Amsterdam Avenue on April 22.
An Insider reporter visited Chicago and Detroit and thought the cities were quieter, slower, and more friendly than New York.
- CelebrityThe Telegraph
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex rejected the title Earl of Dumbarton for their son Archie because it contained the word "dumb", it has emerged. Multiple sources have told The Telegraph that both Harry and Meghan declined to use the title of Scottish nobility because they feared Archie might be bullied or attract unfortunate nicknames. The word dumb is more prevalent in the US, where is it frequently used as slang for stupid. A source said: “They didn’t like the idea of Archie being called the Ear