Taylor Swift's concert in Sydney, Australia on Friday night (23.02.24) was dealt a major blow as fans were evacuated from the lower levels of the Accor Stadium due to safety fears following a series of lightning strikes
An Ohio mother who left her 16-month-old daughter home alone in a playpen for 10 days last summer while she went on vacation pleaded guilty on Thursday to aggravated murder. Kristel Candelario, 32, also pleaded guilty to child endangerment as part of a plea deal with Cuyahoga County prosecutors, who agreed to dismiss two murder counts and a felonious assault charge. Candelario now faces a life term when she's sentenced March 18. Authorities have said Candelario left her daughter, Jailyn, in thei
The matter led to the word "disrobed" trending on X in late February 2024.
President Biden is committed to his reelection bid and is unlikely to exit the race. But speculation about whether he'll bow out continues to swirl.
The U.S. Treasury Department estimates the New Generation Jalisco Cartel is bringing in hundreds of million a year linked to timeshare fraud.
Contentious Supreme Court oral arguments this week offered a reminder that while the public focuses on the Donald Trump election cases, the court’s actions this spring will be equally consequential for an array of rules set in Washington governing American life.
The judge in former President Donald Trump's civil fraud case has rejected a request from the defense to delay the enforcement of the penalties in the case. The defendants had asked Judge Arthur Engoron to delay the enforcement of the penalties by 30 days to allow for an "orderly post-judgment process." "You have failed to explain, much less justify, any basis for a stay," Engoron wrote in an email posted Thursday to the court docket.
Rudy Giuliani’s bankruptcy filing, spurred by a multimillion-dollar verdict against him for defaming two Georgia election workers, has provided fresh insight into the former New York City mayor’s finances. A federal jury in Washington, D.C., in December ordered Giuliani to pay Ruby Freeman and Shaye Moss a whopping $148 million for baselessly claiming they engaged…
The Duchess of Gloucester accompanied the Queen to an academic awards ceremony
Soon-to-be nursing graduates Chloe George and Hayley Cheeseman — about to enter a workforce dotted with hundreds of vacancies yet also featuring pricey private nurses hired on short-term contracts from around the world —say the only job offer they have is a temporary contract at a St. John's hospital. They are looking for permanent, full-time work — something they've been told many times they are certain to receive — to help fill more than 700 nursing vacancies in Newfoundland and Labrador. Geor
Fox NewsFox News anchor Neil Cavuto pressed Rep. Tony Gonzales (R-TX) Thursday about congressional Republicans abandoning the Senate’s immigration bill earlier this month, asking if the real reason it failed was because Donald Trump opposed it and many Republicans “are scared stiff of the guy.”On Your World, Cavuto began by mentioning how President Joe Biden is reportedly mulling executive actions to limit the flow of migrants to the southern border. In response, Gonzales, whose district include
"It feels like a no-win situation where I'm being asked to choose between financial stability and my relationship with my mom."
As Malia Obama makes strides in her Hollywood career, she’s decided to take on a new name. The writer and producer, who is also the eldest daughter of Barack and Michelle Obama, will now go by her middle name: Malia Ann, perhaps in an effort to distance herself from her powerful parents’ fame. The change was revealed in the Sundance Institute’s “Meet the Artist” spotlight video, which ...
Leaders in both parties are racing to secure a deal on government spending as the negotiation window quickly closes and the fears of a shutdown grow more pronounced. Congress returns to Washington next week facing a pair of looming funding deadlines — March 1 for a handful of agencies and March 8 for the rest…
During her show in Sydney, Australia, Taylor Swift sang “That’s my man,” and pointed at Travis Kelce. It was one of many sweet moments between the couple.
After the credibility of House Republicans’ much-hyped FBI informant for their impeachment of President Joe Biden fell to pieces last week, House Oversight Committee Chairman James Comer (R-KY) dared to claim Wednesday that the person actually “wasn’t an important part of this investigation.”On Newsmax, Comer tried to downplay the significance of Alexander Smirnov, who the Justice Department charged last week for lying to the FBI when he asserted that Biden received a $5 million bribe from a Ukr
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(Reuters) -Former U.S. President Donald Trump on Thursday asked a federal judge to dismiss criminal charges accusing him of illegally holding onto sensitive U.S. national security documents when he left office, arguing the prosecution is legally flawed. Lawyers for Trump, the frontrunner for the Republican nomination, challenged the appointment of Special Counsel Jack Smith, argued the charges conflict with another U.S. law on the use of presidential records, and claimed the central charge in the case is improperly vague. Trump also claimed he was immune from charges he unlawfully retained national security documents because the allegations stem from decisions he made in his final weeks as president.
The Spice Girls singer previously revealed she'd injured her foot in the gym on Valentine's Day
Brandi Glanville — a former cast member of “The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” and “Ultimate Girls Trip” — has accused Bravo’s “Watch What Happens Live” host and “Real Housewives” executive producer Andy Cohen of sexual harassment in a lengthy letter from her legal representation. Glanville sent a letter from her lawyer Bryan Freedman to …