- Politics HuffPost
The brand's creative director, Nicolas Ghesquière, posted a powerful note on Instagram to say he refuses any association with the president.
- Celebrity Yahoo Style UK
A mum spent all night staring at her son's baby monitor after spotting a 'ghost face' next to him in his cot
- Celebrity People
Prince William Worried About Prince Harry and Meghan Markle
- U.S. Cosmopolitan
Early reports suggest she was allegedly texting and driving.
- Celebrity AOL.com
Miley Cyrus shades exes Liam Hemsworth, Kaitlynn Carter in hour-long Instagram live with new 22-year-old boyfriend
"I always thought I had to be gay because I just thought all guys were evil."
- World Associated Press
Mark Esper sought a firsthand assessment Sunday of the U.S. military's future role in America's longest war as he made his initial visit to Afghanistan as Pentagon chief. Stalled peace talks with the Taliban and unrelenting attacks by the insurgent group and Islamic State militants have complicated the Trump administration's pledge to withdraw more than 5,000 American troops. Esper told reporters traveling with him that he believes the U.S. can reduce its force in Afghanistan to 8,600 without hurting the counterterrorism fight against al-Qaida and the Islamic State group.