• Kris Jenner Offended After Kanye West 'Disrespects' Her Longtime Boyfriend Corey Gamble

    The drama started brewing after Kim Kardashian West's husband Kanye West impulsively threw shade at Gamble over text, questioning why they had never met his family. “I just didn't feel the need to get that connected or attached.

  • HBO Executive Reveals If There Will Be A 'Game Of Thrones' Sequel After Awful Ending

    David Hookstead Security, Not good. This could get ugly. Don't expect a “Game of Thrones” sequel about Arya to ever happen.

    The National Interest
  • Chris Wallace Owns Lindsey Graham With Clip Of Him Lashing Clinton Over Subpoenas

    Fox News host Chris Wallace confronted Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) on Sunday with the lawmaker's own words captured on video lashing the president for ignoring a congressional subpoena. Graham also insisted at the time that ignoring a subpoena was an impeachable offense. Wallace told Graham on Sunday: “You call all of what's going on here in Washington a political circus, but you took a different view back when you were leading the impeachment effort against Bill Clinton back in the late '90s.

  • Jenni 'JWoww' Farley and Boyfriend Zack Clayton Carpinello on How She Introduced Him to Her Kids (Exclusive)

    Things are getting pretty serious between Jenni "JWoww" Farley and her new boyfriend, Zack Clayton Carpinello. ET was with the Jersey Shore star and her new man for their first on-camera interview as a couple at Hakkasan Nightclub at MGM Grand Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas on Saturday night, where they shared that Carpinello has already met Farley's two kids, 4-year-old Meilani and 3-year-old Greyson. "I've spent a lot of time with the kids," Carpinello said.

    Entertainment Tonight
  • Serena Williams Has Already Met Baby Archie as She Poses in a Stately Home

    This week, Serena Williams shared photos as she posed in a stately home, leading fans to believe that she was visiting Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor. The Daily Mail is reporting that Williams "popped in to see him last week, making a flying visit before she headed for Paris to prepare for the French Open tournament." Meghan Markle and Prince Harry welcomed baby Archie on May 6, 2019.

    Harper's Bazaar
  • Woman who suffers from condition that causes saggy skin has become a body positive Instagram star

    A woman who suffers from a condition that leaves her with saggy skin has become a champion of body positivity on Instagram. Sara Geurts, a 28-year-old model, has an extreme form of a connective tissue disorder Ehlers Danlos Syndrome (EDS) called Dermatosparaxis EDS. It that means her body is deficient in collagen, causing her skin to notably sag, as well as leaving her bed-bound and unable to eat.

    Yahoo Style UK
  • Ex-Warrior David West laughs at Nick Young's tweet about Patrick McCaw

    Ex-Warrior David West laughs at Nick Young's tweet about Patrick McCaw originally appeared on nbcsportsbayarea.com Programming note: Watch the NBA Finals pregame edition of Warriors Outsiders on Thursday, May 30 at 4:00 p.m. streaming live on the MyTeams app. Shortly after the Toronto Raptors punched their ticket to the NBA Finals on Saturday night, Patrick McCaw took to Twitter: Some Warriors fans out there might be saying themselves: "Wait.

    NBC Sports BayArea
  • Kevin Na's caddie goes off on fan, but Na realizes, "Oh, my God; she's going to pee in her pants"

    In the third round of the Charles Schwab Challenge, Na was leading at 10 under when he reached the par-5 11th. Following his round, Na explained the incident at the 11th, and it turned out there were extenuating circumstances. If you close your eyes, it almost sounds Na is doing his version of, "Forget it, Jake.

    Golf Digest
  • Billionaire Huawei Founder Defiant in Face of Existential Threat

    Huawei Technologies Co. founder Ren Zhengfei struck a defiant tone in the face of U.S. sanctions that threaten his company's very survival. In an interview with Bloomberg Television, the billionaire founder of China's largest technology company conceded that Trump administration export curbs will cut into a two-year lead Huawei had painstakingly built over rivals like Ericsson AB and Nokia Oyj. But the company will either ramp up its own chip supply or find alternatives to keep its edge in smartphones and 5G. The U.S. on May 17 blacklisted Huawei -- which it accuses of aiding Beijing in espionage -- and cut it off from the U.S. software and components it needs to make its products.

  • West Point's 2019 Graduating Class Goes Viral with Photo of History-Making Black Female Cadets

    West Point celebrated a record-breaking milestone Saturday, graduating its largest-ever class of black women. The U.S. Military Academy saw its most diverse class ever get their diplomas in 2019, with 34 black women graduating together, and 223 women in total. The number is the largest since the first female cadets graduated in 1980, according to the Associated Press.

  • How This Guy Lost More Than 100 Pounds and Got Totally Shredded

    For years, Austin Sher recalls, he hated looking at himself in the mirror. "I felt worthless and that nothing else really mattered besides my next meal." At his heaviest, Sher tipped the scale at more than 260 pounds, a number he tried to ignore-until one day he couldn't. In the weeks that followed, Sher plotted what exactly he'd do with his new body, and imagined the restored confidence he would eventually feel.

    Men's Health
  • Coach Is Having an Amazing Sale This Memorial Day Weekend (11 photos)

    Perfect for your summer wardrobe. Originally Appeared on Glamour

  • Mike Pence Tells West Point Graduates They Will Be In Combat: 'It Will Happen'

    Vice President Mike Pence warned West Point graduates on Saturday to expect combat at some point during their service in a “dangerous” world. In a commencement speech, he said grads might have to fight against forces aligned with North Korea or China, or in Afghanistan or Iraq, as well as possibly face an unidentified foe in “this hemisphere. It is a virtual certainty that you will fight on a battlefield for America at some point in your life.

  • British climber who died on Everest had posted about worries over queues before his death

    A British climber who died on the slopes of Mount Everest had warned of the dangers of huge queues for the summit just hours before his death. Robin Haynes Fisher died after reaching the summit of the world's highest mountain and is believed to be one of ten people to have died on the overcrowded slopes in nine days. The deaths have sparked concerns over the large numbers of people scaling Everest, with images emerging of large queues up to the summit.

    Yahoo News UK
  • Woman shocked as mum chooses her partner's daughter-in-law over her to be a bridesmaid at wedding

    In a post on Mumsnet titled 'Am I being unreasonable to not go to my mum's wedding?' she explained that both she and her daughter, three, had been overlooked as a bridesmaid in favour of her mum's future daughter-in-law. “I'm not super close to her partner but I thought I was close to my mum,” she wrote of their relationship, adding that they had been together for six years before announcing their engagement in November.

    Yahoo Style UK
  • Jennifer Lopez Shows Off Her Toned Abs in Workout Selfie Ahead of Her 50th Birthday Tour

    Jennifer Lopez is putting in work ahead of her upcoming tour. “Getting it in right before rehearsals,” she captioned the photo. The Hustlers star could be seen exercising her back muscles and captioned one of the stories “Gotta work before we party” — in reference to her upcoming summer tour, It's My Party, in honor of her 50th birthday.

  • Violent Memorial Day weekend leaves 27 shot, 5 killed

    At least 27 people have been shot, five fatally, in Chicago so far over Memorial Day weekend, including five people shot in a single incident Sunday on the Near West Side.

    WLS – Chicago
  • Lamar Jackson didn’t know the Ravens would be implementing a “totally different offense”

    It may be news to some that the Ravens are implementing a completely different offense in 2019. It definitely was news to quarterback Lamar Jackson. “Coming in [to offseason workouts], I didn't know we would have a totally different offense,” Jackson said this week, via CBSSports.com.

    ProFootball Talk on NBC Sports
  • DEFEATED: These are the 5 Worst U.S. Generals Who Ever Served

    The American Civil War was a factory for producing bad generals such as Braxton Bragg and Ambrose Burnside. How might Vietnam or Iraq have turned out if a George Washington, a Ulysses Grant or a George Patton had been in command? Alas, call it the laws of probability or just cosmic karma, but every nation produces bad generals as well as good ones—and America is no exception.

    The National Interest
  • 17-year-old set to graduate from Harvard 11 days after graduating high school

    Braxton Moral on his time at Harvard as a high school student.

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