The former president of Iran, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, has released an open letter to President Trump, agreeing with some of the U.S. leader’s positions but also criticizing others, like U.S. military operations and Trump’s immigration order.
Between 75 and 100 tombstones were overturned and damaged at a Jewish cemetery in Philadelphia, police said Sunday. This comes less than a week after a similar incident happened in St. Louis.
The Oscars red carpet is the height of glamour in Hollywood. The gowns, the jewels - the vaginas. Wait What?? yeah….. That just happened. In perhaps the biggest wardrobe malfunction of award season, Blanca Blanco showed off WAY more than she expected to while walking the red carpet at the Academy awards. The actress chose a busy and daring gown for tonight’s award show, which was revealing in its own right. The yellow gown donned a super high slit to offset the large, puffy sleeves. While standing still, Blanca’s dress was revealing, but striking - but when she turned to walk… oh no! Blanca gave the crowd quite a show. The slit moved right over her, you know what. Now the actress has not given a response to her peep show, but just before she hit the carpet, Blanca was full of confidence showing off her gown on Instagram. Albeit, she didn’t reveal the tall slit on Instagram, just the dramatic sleeves. Oscars 2017 she wrote on the social site. Now, though she hasn’t said anything, Blanca may not be fazed by the wardrobe malfunction. Just this week, the actress wore another high slit to an Oscars pre party. Blanca attended the national Hispanic media 20th annual impact event and again sported a revealing dress - this time a blue sequined gown. Though the slit was high, Blanca didn’t suffer a fashion faux pas NEARLY as dramatic as she did on the Oscars red carpet. Well, that was embarrassing. Were you expecting that kind of show on the Oscars red carpet? Let me know in the comment section below.
Florida Panthers forward Jonathan Marchessault, the team's lone goal-scorer Sunday, says the Cats need to keep things simple and do a better job of managing the puck.
After White House press secretary Sean Spicer complained that a recent New York Times story had gotten his birthplace wrong, CNN host Jake Tapper responded with a tweet referencing the birther movement President Trump supported; Tapper also cc’d former President Obama.
A report by the United States Anti-Doping Agency has concluded that renowned track and field coach Alberto Salazar used banned drugs to boost athletes' performance, according to a new report by The Sunday Times.
Justin Timberlake opens the 89th annual Oscars. Was this the Grammys or the Oscars? Justin Timberlake had us a little confused in the best way when he opened up the show. He had the entire Dolby Theater on their feet! Now we knew Justin was going to perform tonight as he’s nominated for his first Oscar for Best original song - the infectious tune, ‘Can’t Stop the Feeling.’ JT sang and danced his way through the crowd and brought everyone to their feet. Although, we quickly learned that while JT still had all his old dance moves - he was flawless. Not all of Hollywood’s finest stars can dance. Halle berry had a few moves, but Nicole Kidman struggled to keep up with all the dancing. There was a particularly sweet moment during the song when JT grabbed his stunning wife Jessica Biel and just danced like no one was watching. Although the entire world was watching actually - and Hollywood just danced right along with the song to open up the show. And Justin actually had the great honor not only opening the show, but announced the opening of the show - JT style! Oh we were ready after that performance! That was an amazing open, don’t you think? Let us know in the comment section below!
Ravens safety Matt Elam was arrested in Florida and faces multiple drug charges as he was reportedly in possession of more than 20 grams of marijuana and was charged with possession of cannabis with intent to sell or deliver, according to police.
Feb.26 -- Michael Every, Asia head of financial markets research at Rabobank, discusses what could come out of President Trump's address to Congress, his outlook for the U.S. dollar and the possibility of China being labeled a currency manipulator by the U.S.. He speaks to Bloomberg's Ramy Inocencio on "Bloomberg Markets."
On Thursday, Fox News’ Bill O’Reilly featured a guest named Nils Bildt who was billed as “Swedish Defense and National Security Advisor,” but after the interview aired, Swedish officials said they were not familiar with him.