Pop singer and actress Ariana Grande plans to return to Manchester, England, following the b0mbing outside the arena where she performed on Monday, which caused 22 deaths and many more injuries. In her first public comments since the night of the attack, when she issued an initial statement, Grande wrote on Friday that she plans to hold a benefit concert in Manchester to raise money for the victims and their families. “I will think of them with everything I do for the rest of my life,” Grande wrote of the victims and others whom the attack affected. She posted the statement on Twitter and Instagram.
During a meeting with top leaders of the European Union, President Donald Trump said “the Germans are bad, very bad,” according to participants in the room who spoke to German newspaper Der Spiegel.
Senator Franken has a new book out, in which he shares perhaps one of the deepest cuts against Ted Cruz - one that literally left the ever-loquacious senator speechless.
First the passenger got out of his seat. Then he tried to bite a flight attendant. Finally, Tu Lon Sein forced open the galley door of American Airlines flight 5242 on Thursday, and took flight himself ... landing on the tarmac of Charlotte Douglas International Airport. Friday morning, Sein, 22, was in federal court, charged with assaulting/intimidating a flight crew member, a crime that carries up to 20 years in prison. Nothing seemed out of order when the flight backed away from its gate and was waiting for the OK to begin heading toward the runway for takeoff to New Bern. All the passengers were seated, and the seatbelt signs were on. That’s when a man, identified as Sein, got out of his
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On a special Red Nose Day version of American Ninja Warrior, celebrities took on the famed obstacle course to raise money for children in need. Celebrities like Erika Christensen, Natalie Morales, and Derek Hough earned $5,000 towards the charity for every obstacle they successfully overcame. All the celebrities put on a great show for a great cause but one celebrity in particular stole the show. Stephen Amell plays the title superhero in the hit CW show Arrow. And based on his performance on the ANW obstacle course, he might actually be a real-life superhero. Amell flew through the 6 obstacles on course with little to know issues. In fact after completing it he asked if he could earn more money for charity by moving onto next obstacle course. Amell's Arrow character Oliver Queen uses a salmon ladder to train and conveniently that was an ANW obstacle. After climbing the ladder Amell looked into the audience and shouted "This is about to end so thank you all for coming out tonight. You have been a wonderful audience." And then he dropped into the safety pool below.
Five years and 17 surgeries after she was attacked with acid by a family member, Lalita Ben Bansi found love after dialing a wrong number. Bansi told the BBC that finding love "felt like a miracle." SEE ALSO: Meet the acid burn survivor walking in New York Fashion Week In 2012, Bansi quarreled with a cousin who ended up attacking her with acid. She met her husband, Ravi Shankar, purely by chance, after accidentally dialing his number several months ago. "We spoke and I fell in love with her voice," Shankar told the BBC. "Our conversations continued on a daily basis and in the process, I proposed to her." Among their wedding guests was Bollywood actor Vivek Oberoi, a social activist who agreed