British pop artist Lily Allen is known for her fashion-forward looks, but the "Hard Out Here" singer took things a bit too far when she performed at a children's charity event in a sheer top. Strategically placed jewels and nude pasties were the only things standing between a risque look and a full blown wardrobe malfunction. But the singer intended to flash a whole lot of side-boob. She tweeted at her top's designer, "#RAH tonight at Cityrocks, in @williamvintage amazing ness," and added, "With a side of boob, please @williamvintage." Click here for more pictures of the sexy singer.
In case there were ever any doubts about how Kobe Bryant plans to approach his retirement, a recent anecdote from billionaire investor and "Shark Tank" personality Chris Sacca illustrates pretty definitively that it will be with the same obsessive competitiveness that defined his basketball career. Appearing on Bill Simmons' podcast to discuss a slew of topics, Sacca shared a terrific story about his interactions with Bryant. Sacca said that a few years back, he reluctantly took a meeting with Bryant because the basketball star wanted to discuss some business ventures and the startup world. Sacca told Simmons that he was skeptical about Bryant not only because he wasn't a basketball fan, but
Airstrikes hit a hospital in a rebel-held area of Aleppo, Syria, and killed at least 27 people, including three children and the city’s last pediatrician, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said on Thursday. The al-Quds hospital was supported by international medical charity Médecins Sans Frontières, or Doctors Without Borders, which said the hospital was destroyed after being hit by a direct airstrike that killed at least three doctors. The head of a rescue service put the death toll at 50, saying most of the dead were in a building next door. Aleppo has been the epicenter of a military escalation that has helped to undermine U.N.-led peace talks in recent weeks. A cessation of hostilities agreement has unraveled and fighting has resumed on numerous fronts in western Syria. (Reuters) Find more news-related photo galleries on the Yahoo News Photo Tumblr!
Kim Jong-un has reportedly ordered a new ‘pleasure squad’ of teenage girls to serve his every whim. The North Korean leader originally stopped the practice - which has been employed in the country for decades - following the death of his father and predecessor, Kim Jong-il, in 2011. Toshimitsu Shigemura, a professor at Tokyo’s Waseda University and an authority on North Korean affairs, told The Telegraph, that at first Kim Jong-un stopped the practice because he didn’t trust the girls.
A judge on Friday sentenced a Colorado woman to 100 years in prison for cutting a nearly 8-month-old fetus from a stranger's womb. A jury convicted Dynel Lane, 36, in February of attempting to kill Michelle Wilkins in 2015. Lane also was convicted of assault and unlawful termination of a pregnancy after luring Wilkins with an ad for maternity clothes. Prosecutors said they were unable to charge Lane with murdering the unborn girl because a coroner found no evidence that the fetus lived outside the womb. That led Colorado Republicans to introduce legislation that would have allowed a murder charge. Democrats rejected the measure, the third time such a proposal failed in Colorado. Over the objection
A man has come up with an ingenius way of stopping a police speed camera from catching drivers in the act - parking his car behind it, and blocking it with his open boot. A nearby resident promptly posted the image on Imgur with the caption: “Someone just parked in front of a speed camera, lifted his boot so nobody could get caught speeding.
A photo illustration of the U.S. Navy's Gerald R. Ford-class aircraft carrier USS John F. Kennedy (CVN-79). The ship's keel laying ceremony was celebrated Saturday, August 22, 2015, in Newport News, Virginia. The ship is expected to replace the USS Nimitz (CVN-68), scheduled for inactivation in 2025, in the Navy fleet. The newest Kennedy will be the second carrier of that name. The first John F. Kennedy (CVA-67) was the last conventionally powered carrier. It was decommissioned in 2007.
Proponents of keeping cats indoors offer several arguments to make their case. Roaming cats prey on birds and can get squashed by trucks, they say, and might die horrible deaths by eating rat poison or lapping up anti-freeze. Here’s another, one that was just broadcast live for all to see: Cats can be devoured - by birds. In this particular case, by what seems to be a very hard-core eagle couple that resides in eastern Pittsburgh, and whose domestic life is streamed live on a web cam. Mom and Dad have two young beaks to feed, and cam viewers learned Tuesday just how seriously they take that job. Late that afternoon, one adult was in the nest with the furry black babies when the other swooped