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
(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
Former basketball star and current diplomatic hopeful Dennis Rodman called Monday for a meeting with President Donald Trump over the escalating crisis between the U.S. and North Korea. The retired athlete, who has visited the reclusive, authoritarian state several times in recent years, said he could communicate to Trump what North Korean supreme leader Kim Jong Un wants, hopefully easing tensions between the two nuclear-armed rivals. Rodman, an NBA Hall of Famer who now affectionately calls the young head of North Korea a "friend for life" and "the Marshal," traveled to Beijing Sunday after "a great week of humanitarian work in Guam and Tokyo," according to a recent tweet.
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.
Bills and Colts play Sunday's game in a blizzard
“To the 53 people who’ve watched A Christmas Prince every day for the past 18 days,” the tweet reads, “who hurt you?” A Christmas Prince, for all you Grinches out there, is a Netflix original movie with Hallmark-level quality about a reporter (iZombie‘s Rose McIver) who goes undercover, yadda yadda yadda, there’s a hot prince, etc. It’s not a Christmas movie that, unlike The Muppet Christmas Carol, should be seen more than once (if it all).