Helen Mirren, Who Won an Oscar for Playing Queen Elizabeth II, Says Meghan Markle Was a ‘Fantastic Addition to the Royal Family’
Helen Mirren, who won an Oscar for her performance as Britain’s Queen Elizabeth II in “The Queen,” says Meghan Markle was "a fantastic addition to the royal family," and she “applauds” Markle and Prince Harry’s decision to step back from royal duties, she tells Variety. Mirren, who is the subject of an homage at the […]
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When new SURver Charli Burnett made her first appearance on Vanderpump Rules, she revealed she has never eaten pasta because it’s “the reason everyone gains weight.” And in this week’s episode, we watched fellow SURver (and Youtuber and alleged racist-tweets tweeter) Brett Caprioni ask Charli out on a date. And while tonight’s episode also heavily 
You don't own a Ferrari, Ferrari owns you.Even if you have deep pockets, one still may not get past Ferrari's acceptance to purchase one of their new supercars. Owning one of these cars is more of a lifestyle than anything else, and they call the shots on who they
Kobe Bryant's Parents Attended Memorial Service
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A black engineer and video game developer named Jerry Lawson paved the way for Atari, Nintendo and Sega in designing the first cartridge-based video game console.
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Trump news – live: ‘Incompetent’ president rants about FBI spying in 2016 as looming coronavirus pandemic bears down on US
Donald Trump again sought to downplay the threat posed by the coronavirus at a White House press conference on Wednesday night, insisting the global pandemic presented a “very low” public health risk and appointing vice president Mike Pence to oversee his administration’s response.Bernie Sanders, the Democratic 2020 front-runner, was quick to brand the president’s address “incompetent and inadequate” as Trump followed up on his attack on the opposition and media for scaremongering about the crisis with a tweet about the FBI spying on his election campaign team in 2016, a gesture that gave credence to the senator’s argument.
The U.S. Supreme Court on Wednesday formally dismissed a case in which Lee Boyd Malvo, who was 17 when he took part in the deadly 2002 "D.C. Sniper" shooting spree in the Washington area, was challenging his life without parole sentence. The move comes after a new law was passed in Virginia, where Malvo is incarcerated in a supermax state prison. The measure, signed into law on Monday, lets people sentenced to life in prison without the possibility of parole for offenses committed before age 18 - as Malvo was - to seek release after 20 years.