That’s essentially the question Chevrolet has been asking America for quite some time now, with their ubiquitous commercial series that features “Real People.
A distraught Ariana Grande offered her condolences to the victims at the Manchester Arena, where 19 were killed and around 50 others injured after reports of an explosion. Grande had just finished performing and left the stage when concertgoers reported hearing a loud bang.
A California man who pleaded guilty raping his intoxicated 16-year-old sister will spend less than four months in jail after a judge sentenced him to probation. Nolan Bruder, 20 of Crescent City, pleaded guilty to rape of an intoxicated person on May 17. As part of the plea agreement, charges of unlawful intercourse, incest and providing a minor with drugs were dropped. The recommended sentence was six years in prison and no probation, Del Norte (California) District Attorney Dale Trigg said. Instead, Judge William H. Follett sentenced Bruder to three years, but granted probation. He will serve 240 days, at half time, in the county jail, according to Trigg’s post on Facebook. “This is the most
Pete Souza, it seems, has a photo for every occasion. The former White House photographer, who captured all eight years of the Obama administration, has cultivated post-Obama fame for his frequent Instagram posts subtly mocking President Donald Trump. The latest burn comes in the form of a photograph of Michelle and Barack Obama holding hands at an event in Alabama. Souza's caption simply reads: "Holding hands." A post shared by Pete Souza (@petesouza) on May 23, 2017 at 7:53am PDT Should you be unclear on the reference, Souza's photo seems to take aim at recent observations that Melania Trump supposedly swats away her husband's attempts to hold her hand. At Ben Gurion International Airport