( CNN) Before you’re outraged at yet another story on Maria Kang, the mommy who triggered outrage with her scantily clad “What’s your excuse? ” photo, or Caroline Berg Eriksen , the fitness blogger who made a firestorm after posting a shot that sheRead More
The United States deployed a B-5 2 bomber on a low-level flight over its ally South Korea on Sunday, a show of force-out following North Korea’s nuclear exam last week.
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un maintained that Wednesday’s test was of a hydrogen bomb
( CNN) Give Leonardo DiCaprio some credit: He’s worked hard to put himself in the Oscar conversation.
The “Revenant” star famously ate a raw bison liver( which, he said, did NOT taste like chicken ), waded through icy water and cameRead More
( CNN) Super Tuesday is back! So is tornado season and Deflategate. It’s Tuesday, and here are the 5 things you need to know to Get Up to Speed and Out the Door.
1. Campaign 2016
The actor addressed the challenge of playing Dr Bennet Omalu in the NFL damning drama Concussion at the Palm Springs international cinema festival
Will Smith induced his first major appearance of 2016 over the weekend in California alongside the real-life subject of the actorsRead More
Early tallying presents ruling alliance led by Independence party vying to hold on to power against challenge from Pirate alliance
Initial counting after polls closed in Icelands election put neither the ruling Independence partys centre-right alliance nor the Pirate partys leftist confederation in aRead More
From politics to business, charisma is the 21 st-century must-have. But what is it and can you really turn a shy form into a George Clooney?
It is a Tuesday afternoon and I am sitting in the hairdressers, having both my usuals: aRead More
The word youre looking for is bisexual.
Following the suicide of former Patriots tight objective Aaron Hernandez, who took his own life in prison on April 19, news transgressed that Hernandez left three notes behind late Friday. One was allegedly addressed to
Ukraine government, banks and electricity grid hit hardest, but companies in France, Denmark and Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania also attacked
Victims of a major ransomware cyberattack that has spread through the US and Europe can no longer unlock their computers even if they pay the ransom.
At food trucks off a busy highway in Riyadh, young Saudis kicked off the weekend with burgers and ice cream, the men served by girls encompassed top to toe in black as music muted the din of generators.
The relaxed atmosphere on a ThursdayRead More