Melania Trump apparently is no fan of holding hands, at least when it comes to the president. For the second time in as many days, the first lady has been spotted avoiding clasping hands with her husband of 12 years, Donald Trump. This time, the two were disembarking from Air Force One when, after a quick wave to the gathered dignitaries and media, the president went for a loving embrace of his wife’s hand.
Marreese Speights signed with the Clippers to provide a scoring punch off the bench and give them some solid big man depth. While he did provide some of that his time with the Clippers was pretty underwhelming. He never quite gave Los Angeles what they were looking for and at times his fit seemed awkward. Speights must have felt the same way, because he has opted out of his contract with Los Angeles after only one season. He averaged 8.7 points and 4.5 rebounds in his lone season with the Clippers. He also, for the first time in his career, played every single game of the season. Speights' time with the Clippers was short-lived and he may just be opting out to look for a better situation, but
A man has been arrested for the assault of a disabled man in Chester County that was caught on video.
Iskra Lawrence showed the world that anyone can have a thigh gap if you manipulate a picture correctly. The body-positive model posted a photo to her Instagram page last year debunking the mystery behind the once-coveted “thigh gap.” The post, which is making the rounds again, reminds us that most celebrity pictures have been distorted in some way. The post features two side-by-side photos, one of Lawrence with no thigh gap and one with a thigh gap. The picture on the left shows Lawrence farther away from the camera holding her legs together; in the picture on the right Lawrence is closer to the camera, sticking out her butt to give her a thigh gap and there’s better lighting. “I’ll be the
WASHINGTON ― President Donald Trump’s proposed budget for next year would cut Social Security Disability Insurance, despite Trump’s vaunted campaign promise not to make any changes to Social Security.