On Friday and Saturday, Donald Trump lashed out at two notable sports stars who have been critical of him: Colin Kaepernick and Stephen Curry. It started on Friday night, Sept. 22, when President Trump called out NFL players like Colin Kaepernick who protest racial injustice and police brutality in America by taking a knee during the national anthem. "Wouldn't you love to see one of these NFL owners - when somebody disrespects our flag - to say, 'Get that son of a b*tch off the field right now. Out. He's fired. He's fired!'" Trump shouted. Trump was speaking at a campaign rally in Huntsville, AL, for Republican Luther Strange, who's running for senator in the state. Trump's comments were quickly
Kylie Jenner's ex-boyfriend, rapper Tyga, seemingly responded to her surprise pregnancy news on Friday with a Snapchat that he quickly deleted, but not before fans got screenshots of the post.
Police are reportedly closing in on extortionists after obtaining phone records, hard drives and other electrical equipment.
A former middle school gym teacher in Georgia was arrested for the second time this year for having sex with a student. Shawnetta D. Reece, 40, was taken into custody Thursday for engaging in sexual conduct with a high school senior in 2015, according to the Georgia Bureau of Investigation. The student was 18 years old at the time of the alleged relationship. The former Union County Middle School gym teacher was arrested at her Blairsville home. Authorities became aware of the relationship while investigating allegations that the teacher was sexually involved with a 15-year-old student in 2013. Reece was arrested Aug. 14 for the relationship with the 15-year-old. She was charged with child molestation
Chrissy Teigen is known for making Twitter an awesome online space - and she did so again on Thursday by crowd-sourcing six brown bananas to help complete a banana bread recipe, with Meg Zukin answering the call.
U.S. Air Force B-1B bombers and F-15 jets, flying in international waters, carried out a show of force Saturday off the coast of North Korea aimed at countering what the Pentagon called Pyongyang's "reckless behavior." The Pentagon said the operation was taking place at the farthest point north of the Demilitarized Zone, which separates North and South Korea, that any U.S. fighter or bomber aircraft has flown this century. Pentagon spokesperson Dana White said the operation was aimed at "underscoring the seriousness with which we take (North Korea's) reckless behavior." "This mission is a demonstration of U.S. resolve and a clear message that the President has many military options to defeat
A viral video this week sheds light on a heart-rending situation: The radioactive puppies and dogs of Chernobyl.
Sep 24, 2017
You might feel as if youre on a wild goose chase today, or perhaps youre busy chasing ghosts. A spacey Mars-Neptune opposition activates your 12th House of Spiritual Mystery, turning hard cold reality...