When it comes to one-piece swimsuits, Olivia Munn seems to have a type. She's worn a bright maillot like this one before, and she's also made a statement with an eye-catching plunging neckline. While vacationing in Hawaii with friends, Olivia showed off her cheeky, tomato red Gooseberry design ($99) from all angles, and we give her major props for pulling off the fitted piece with such a sexy cut. Olivia eventually covered up her bathing suit with a sheer white maxi skirt, but read on for a peek of what was underneath, and if you like the silhouette, shop similar versions ahead.
The guy who strapped a pipe bomb to himself and set it off in an NYC subway has been captured alive ... and police say it was "absolutely an attempted terrorist act." The bomber, now identified as 27-year-old Akayed Ullah, was walking in one of the tunnels underneath NYC's Port Authority when the bomb went off. It appears something malfunctioned, or it was a very small explosive ... police captured the man at the scene. NYPD says Ullah has been living in the U.S. for 7 years. He's a Bangladeshi immigrant, and police say the attack was definitely a terrorist act, inspired by ISIS.FDNY says a total of 4 people were hurt in the bombing ... all non-life-threatening injuries. The Port Authority shut
The Treasury Department released a report Monday arguing that Republicans' economic agenda would eventually pay for the cost of the GOP tax bill. The report made large assumptions about economic growth, leading many economic and tax experts to question its validity. The Treasury Department on Monday released a one-page report that argued the GOP tax bill's cost would eventually be paid for by economic growth, but it triggered backlash from experts who said it contained serious errors and significant assumptions. The report from the Treasury concluded that the Republican tax bill, the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA), would be paid for by increased economic growth that would result from the bill's
(Click here if you are having trouble viewing the video on your mobile device.) DEAR AMY: My husband and I get along very well with his parents, but spending time with them around gift-giving holidays can be extremely stressful. My in-laws give my husband’s siblings much more in the way of gifts than they give us, both in monetary value and quantity. This is very hurtful for my husband. Two of his siblings live with his parents and one lives in an apartment a few hours away. (We’re all in our 20s). We open gifts as a family when we are together. For the past three years, we’ve tried to keep up with the “everyone opens one at the same time” pattern, but we’re often left with 10 or 15 minutes of
A massive great white shark has been spotted off the coast of a popular beach in Western Australia, one that may be between 15 and 20 feet long, or nearly the size of the fictional shark in "Jaws." Filmmaker Dave Riggs has posted a video to Facebook with footage of the shark near a patrol boat. The footage, captured by a drone, shows the boat, roughly 27-feet in length (8.5 meters), and the shark circling the boat, before it swims away out of sight. The video has gone viral, being viewed nearly 170,000 times. Over 200 comments have also appeared on the video, with many expressing shock at the size of the shark. It is unknown what attracted the shark so close to the beach, but locals fear that
A woman cleaning a Hawaii vacation home Wednesday with her 8-year-old daughter was brutally murdered and the girl bound and duct-taped, Hawaii police said as they announced two arrests in the case. Officials said Saturday that Kailey Dandurand, 20, and a green-haired Stephen Brown, 23, were charged with murder, kidnapping and burglary in the death of Telma Boinville on Oahu’s famous North Shore surfing mecca, according to reports. Boinville was beaten with a baseball bat, which was recovered at the scene, KHON-TV reported. Her 8-year-old daughter was found alive in another room, the station reported. She had been bound and gagged with duct tape. Police sources told the station that Boinville’s
Dr. Dean Lorich, 54, was the associate director of the Orthopedic Trauma Service at the Hospital for Special Surgery. He was also a professor at Weill Cornell Medical College.