"Donald Trump is no longer rich enough for the country's most exclusive club," according to Forbes.
Early into the 2023-24 minor hockey season, many players and their parents are getting adjusted to a new policy from Hockey Canada. This season, all minor hockey players are being encouraged to wear the base layer they wear under their equipment to the arena. If they don't do that, they will have to change into their base layer inside a closed washroom stall at the rink.The new policy is trying to promote inclusion and to respect the privacy of all participants on a team. It is now the responsib
In a deeply personal revelation, Victoria Beckham spoke out about the emotional turmoil following allegations surrounding her husband’s alleged affair. See what she said.
The late-night host turned Trump’s attack on late-night “creeps” into a joke about the former president’s adult sons.
Carlos Barria/ReutersRight-wing pundits and lawmakers are already rallying around the idea of former President Donald Trump as the next Speaker of the House following Rep. Kevin McCarthy’s shock ouster Tuesday. Conspiracy theorist Alex Jones, former Trump adviser Steve Bannon, and even the far-right cable network Newsmax all floated the idea of Trump taking over the role Tuesday evening, just minutes after McCarthy’s ejection from House leadership. “Donald Trump should be nominated as a litmus t
Patrick McHenry is coming under fire for targeting the former House speaker in one of his first moves.
The Prince of Wales has a full-on royal diary, but his daily eating routine is a little unusual, an insider tells HELLO!
The former president blasted New York Attorney General Letitia James as ‘a racist’ as he took pictures with two young girls in Santa Monica, California, on Friday
There's one glaring issue standing in the way of the far-right plot to install Trump as next House speaker.
The former president is ticked that the late-night hosts are back and already making fun of him.
NEW YORK (AP) — A New York judge sternly imposed a limited gag order in Donald Trump's civil business fraud trial Tuesday after the former president disparaged a key court staffer. Interrupting a long day of testimony, Judge Arthur Engoron issued the order, which applies to all parties in the case and pertains to verbal attacks on court staff. It came after Trump maligned Engoron’s principal law clerk, Allison Greenfield, in a social media post. The post included a photo of Greenfield with Senat
On Monday, British military intelligence issued an update on the situation in the Black Sea. According to this, the Russian Black Sea Fleet is “struggling to deal with concurrent threats on the southern flank of the Ukraine war” and “fleet activities are likely relocating to Novorossiysk in the face of threats to Sevastopol”. Russia is now “attempting to use naval air power to project force over the north-western Black Sea”.
Angela Weiss/ReutersA day after receiving a tongue lashing from a judge disturbed by Donald Trump’s insolence outside the New York courtroom, the former president began to make exasperated remarks inside the court, as the third day of his bank fraud trial started Wednesday.The increasingly furious Trump—whose real estate empire has already received the kiss of death from the judge—remained quiet during the first two days of proceedings, instead choosing to rail against the entire justice system
The “Inside Politics” anchor exposed the former president’s complaint for exactly what it is.
Last month, Grimes accused Elon Musk of keeping her son from her in a since-deleted post on X.
House Speaker Pro Tempore Patrick McHenry was ridiculed on social media over his furious first gavel drop.
"It’s all Gucci," the reality star captioned the sultry social media post
The injured Jets quarterback proved to be a right-wing parrot as he blasted the Chiefs tight end on "The Pat McAfee Show."
The former president gave a dramatic speech right outside the Manhattan courtroom, calling for Judge Arthur F. Engoron to be disbarred.
Neal Katyal picks apart the flaws in Trump's remaining legal arguments in the New York civil fraud case.