- U.S. USA TODAY
Pennsylvania man Michael D'Biagio was arrested Friday in connection to the death of Darren Jevcak outside of a pizza shop.
- World The Independent
Trump falsely claims 'I can do whatever I want' because of Article 2, as he says people in the UK love him
Donald Trump told a group of conservative students in America that Boris Johnson, the next prime minister of the UK, will be “Britain's Trump.”“We have a really good man who’s going to be the prime minister of the UK now, Boris Johnson,” Mr Trump said to the audience at Turning Point USA's Teen Student Action Summit in Washington DC. “He’s tough, and he’s smart,” the president continued. “They say ‘Britain's Trump,’ they call him Britain's Trump, and that’s a good thing. They like me over there. That’s what they wanted. That’s what they need. “He’ll get it done,” he added, appearing to refer to Brexit, which the new leader has just a few months to finalise. “Boris is good. He’s gonna do a good job.”After praising the next prime minister, Mr Trump attempted to shout out Nigel Farage, who was, per the president, in the audience. “Where’s Nigel?” he said, placing a hand above his eyes. “He’s here some place. I saw him. I said ‘what is he doing here!’ He’s a little older than most of you. I’ll tell you what, he got 32 per cent of the vote from nowhere, over in UK. Thank you Nigel. He did a great job. I know he’s going to work well with Boris.”Turning Point opened the president’s speech with a video recalling his election in 2016, beginning from doubt and ending with his victory. Led by right-wing organiser Charlie Kirk, the group is meant to "educate students about the importance of fiscal responsibility, free markets, and limited government.”Mr Trump used his lengthy speech to disperse lies about his tariffs, saying they’re bringing in “billions” of dollars, insult representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez with another riff about her two-part last name, and assert that he has unlimited power.“I have an Article 2 where I have the right to do whatever I want as president,” he said to applause, referring to the part of the US Constitution that gives him executive - but not unlimited - power. “But I don’t even talk about that.” As is common with his speeches, he also referenced the number of federal judges he’s appointed while in office. According to him, the current total is 124.
- Celebrity Yahoo Lifestyle
"I'm getting married tomorrow. I wanted to send you this message," the text, which was sent with his fiancée's knowledge, began. "Thank you for being my first love."
- Sports Golf Digest
No official word was given for Shane Lowry's withdraw from the WGC-FedEx St. Jude, but a quick social search reveals a clue.
- Entertainment AOL.com
"The actress was the first of three of the film's stars to walk throughKimmel's monologue filming during Monday night's episode, resulting in ahilarious segment that has already gone viral online
- U.S. Yahoo Lifestyle
Parents of toddler who fell from Royal Caribbean window want cruise line to take responsibility: ‘We obviously blame them’
Alan and Kimberly Wiegand sat down with Today for an emotional interview following their daughter's "unfathomable" death after she fell from a Royal Caribbean Cruise window.