The police officer who killed an Australian woman who approached his car in her pyjamas has explained what caused him to shoot. Officer Mohamed Noor claims he was “startled” by bride-to-be Justine Damond before he opened fire through the window of the vehicle when it was parked near her home in Minneapolis. A friend of the killer cop, who has been suspended by Minneapolis Police Department, told DailyMail.com that he reacted after seeing a figure emerge from the dark running towards him.
Twitter came for Coco Austin after she debuted her a new hairstyle, which she self-titled Da Coco Swoop. Now Ice-T is fighting back.
[Warning: Graphic content ahead.] I have to admit, I mostly avoid the Dr. Pimple Popper Instagram page at all costs. My mind, body, and soul can't deal with the extractions that are basically surgical procedures. As soon as I see a scalpel or blood, I'm out. However, I can deal with the blackhead ones. Sandra Lee, the Southern California-based cosmetic surgeon and dermatologist behind the account, posted a quick video of one of the absolute gnarly blackhead extractions I've ever seen. I'm unclear if people still use the word "gnarly" anymore, but it's the most applicable word for this. [Ed note: "Gnarly" is 100 percent the best and only accurate adjective here.] Sarah Kinonen, Allure's associate
This is the heart-stopping moment a Jet2 plane “nosedived” towards the sea as a terrified mom sent her husband what she believed was a final “I love you” text. Nickola Tye filmed the horror plunge after oxygen masks dropped from the ceiling on the plane from Ibiza to Leeds. A screeching alarm sounded and the captain told terrified passengers to “prepare for an emergency descent.” Tye said “all hell broke loose” as the aircraft - carrying around 180 people - then nosedived towards the sea. The 39-year-old even texted her husband to tell him she loved him for what she believed would be the final time. She said: “I didn’t have my two young children or husband with me and all I could think was I’m
WASHINGTON - Fox News host Sean Hannity exploded on Twitter following reports that the conservative Media Research Center had decided against giving him its William F. Buckley Award for Media Excellence.
Guys, we need to have a talk about magnetic lash extensions. And by "a talk," I mean that I need to tell you how they're a f*cking godsend. I use them most times I wear makeup; basically, if you see me post a selfie anywhere, I'm probably wearing a pair of my magnetic falsies. I keep a pack of the lashes at my desk at work, I care for mine religiously at home, and I estimate that I've convinced at least 15 friends to buy their own pair. Considering the fact that many salons charge between $100 and $200 for lash extension treatments that only last a month, I feel obligated to share my experience with these reusable, easy-to-wear lash boosters. I've become something of a magnetic lash disciple. Basically, if you see me post a selfie anywhere, I'm probably wearing a pair of my magnetic falsies. When the producer of my weekly POPSUGAR Snapchat series, First Impression Friday , told me that I'd be trying magnetic eyelash extensions, I was nervous; I'd never even heard of magnetic lashes, let alone whether they were safe to use! But to make a long story short, the magnetic lash extensions from One Two Cosmetics ended up being my favorite product ever tested on First Impression Friday in over a year of shooting the Snap series - and I refused to part with them after we wrapped. I brought home the package of magnetic lashes and proceeded to wear them every single day for two weeks. Like any self-respecting millennial, I took to social media to spread the word about the magnetic lashes, posting a blurb about them on my Instagram story . I received TONS of questions from friends and followers about the lashes, so I figured this review might be a good place to answer them! Read on for images of the lashes in action and answers to all the questions I've been asked since I began wearing the magnetic lash extensions.
The motorist who maimed a popular South Dade High principal in a drunken crash said she was ready to accept four years in prison. But Marilyn Aguilera arrived hours late to court Friday. Under standard questioning by the judge, she bawled, waffled and asked about leaving prison early. The exasperated judge warned her to “act like a grownup.” And just when it seemed Aguilera, 52, was ready to accept guilt, she began to complain about her former attorney. “I wish I would have had a lot more time,” Aguilera said. Prosecutor Laura Adams shot back. “Miss Aguilera does not have to accept this plea.” Miami-Dade Circuit Judge Diane Ward shook her head and went a step further - she called off the plea