Anok Yai, a 19-year-old college sophomore, was spotted at Howard University's homecoming. The internet is now doing all it can do get her a modeling contract.
All five living former U.S. presidents gathered at a hurricane relief concert in Texas to raise money for victims of Hurricane Harvey, Irma, and Maria on Saturday night -- and the Internet can't stop obsessing about one moment between George W. Bush and Barack Obama.
Miami Hurricanes tight end Michael Irvin Jr. has been suspended indefinitely, coach Mark Richt said on a media teleconference Sunday night. Irvin, the son of former Hurricanes star receiver and Pro Football Hall of Famer Michael Irvin, "just hasn't done what's he's supposed to do off the field and until he does, we won't let him play," Richt said. Irvin Jr. wasn't on the sideline for Miami's home win against Syracuse on Saturday. Previously, he had been suspended for the Russell Athletic Bowl at the end of last season because of an unspecified violation of team rules. Miami was hoping Irvin would help form a prolific tight end tandem with Christopher Herndon, much like 2017 NFL Draft first-rounder
Despite the preponderance of evidence to the contrary, why would President Donald Trump start off this week with a continuation of his lies against Myeshia Johnson, the Gold Star widow of Sgt. La David Johnson? Appearing on ABC’s “Good Morning America,” Johnson expressed the pain and emotions she felt when Trump called her to offer condolences after her husband was killed during a mission in Niger. She said the president’s tone was callous and that he didn’t call her husband by his name, referring to him as “your guy.” Johnson also supported the account of the call made by Rep. Frederica Wilson (D-FL), who was in the car when Trump called and heard the conversation on a speaker phone. Wilson
Spacewalks outside the International Space Station are no joke. When an astronaut straps on their suit and ventures out into space, the work being done is often a crucial repair or maintenance that simply cannot go undone. There are, of course, some very important safety features in place to prevent these brave men and women from drifting out into the nothingness of space. On Friday, NASA astronaut Joe Acaba completed his spacewalk and returned safely to the craft, but he did so with one of those vital safety features broken, and the other in need of repair. Two of the most important safety measures for a spacewalking astronaut - the tether holding them in place and the jetpack that would allow them to get back to safety if they were to accidentally fall off - had to be addressed during the course of the excursion. While NASA says Acaba was never in danger, failed safety features are absolutely a cause for concern, not to mention sweaty palms. The trouble started when Acaba's safety tether appeared damaged after he left the air lock. Hanging out in space for hours on end with a frayed safety tether is obviously not something anyone wants to do, so he returned to the ship to have it replaced. Then, after resuming his duties outside the space station, Mission Control spotted a problem with Acaba's jet pack, with a handle that wouldn't stay in position. After some consulting amongst themselves, NASA's flight controllers decided that the jetpack was unreliable and forced Acaba to head back into the ship yet again. Acaba managed to finish most of the maintenance that was planned for the spacewalk, but a number of things had to be left for later. In this case, the walk was safe insofar as no unforeseen events forced Acaba to rely on his backup safety features, but since both of them were broken at different points during the spacewalk, it's a bit frightening to wonder how things might have gone if he had been.
Princess Margaret, the late younger sister of Queen Elizabeth II, lived a luxurious life with a decadent morning routine that could have given a young Marie Antoinette a run for her money. In Craig Brown’s Ma’am Darling: 99 Glimpses of Princess Margaret, a biographical portrait of the dazzling and chic Princess Margaret, her daily schedule is recounted in detail. The playful Princess with no filter would begin her days at 9 a.m. with “breakfast in bed, followed by two hours in bed listening to the radio, reading the newspapers (‘which she invariably left scattered over the floor’) and chain-smoking.” Surely, if anyone could start the day with breakfast in bed they would, and the reports of scattered newspapers on her bedroom floor offer a nice visual touch, positioning a radio blasting, chain-smoking 25-year-old Princess Margaret more in relation to a badass contemporary teen than an artifact of a bygone era. At 11:00, the Princess would take a bath (not a shower, because showers are for people who are rushing out the door to get to work), “followed by hair and make-up at her dressing table," and “a vodka pick-me-up” at 12:30 because-as we all know to still be true in 2017-a midday cocktail is practically essential after waking up to immediately read the world news for two hours.
The mother of a 13-day-old boy and the woman’s boyfriend have both been charged with murder after the infant was found unresponsive on the couple’s bedroom floor with a fractured spine and a broken rib, PEOPLE confirms
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