• Female MMA fighter attacks man who allegedly exposed himself to her on the beach

    Joyce Vieira says she was posing for a photo shoot when a man walked past with his shorts down.

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  • Britney Spears Spotted With Boyfriend Sam Asghari Outside of Health Facility as She Remains in Treatment

    Britney Spears spent Easter with boyfriend Sam Asghari outside of the health facility she checked herself into earlier this month.

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  • Olivia Culpo Posts Sunny Easter Bikini Photo After Public Drama with Ex Danny Amendola

    Olivia Culpo Posts Bikini Photo After Danny Amendola Drama

  • Meghan McCain Blows Up Over Mueller Report; Whoopi Goldberg Cuts Her Off

    The ViewReturning from a week-long break, The View began Monday’s broadcast reacting to the recently released Mueller report. Naturally, that segment ended with Whoopi Goldberg cutting off conservative co-host Meghan McCain during a tirade claiming Democrats are going to get President Trump re-elected by “demonizing” all Republicans.In response to Sen. Mitt Romney’s (R-UT) highly critical statement of Trump following the report—which found Trump repeatedly tried to obstruct the Russia probe—co-host Sunny Hostin said the Utah senator would still likely not vote for impeachment if it reached the Senate. Romney and other Republicans, he said, will ultimately refuse to hold Trump accountable.Former Fox News host Abby Huntsman jumped in to debate both Hostin and co-host Joy Behar, noting that Trump’s base feels like he “got a big win” from the report because the media set an expectation that “he was going to be booted out.” Behar and Hostin, meanwhile, pointed out that Trump’s overall approval rating went down to 37 percent—and that’s where McCain jumped in for her take.“Then what's the problem?” McCain asked. “So he’s the worst president in history. According to our legal analyst, there's so much in this report that is damning and whatever. Then what’s the problem? Why is everyone so nervous about 2020? If this is the nail in the coffin...”Behar snapped back that she is “afraid the Russians will steal the election again,” which prompted McCain to call her “irrational.”“What’s the rational answer?!” Behar, McCain’s regular sparring partner, exclaimed.“Unfortunately for Democrats, you got to get out there and win over the voters you lost in the middle of the country,” McCain replied with one of her most recurring talking points. When one woman in the audience applauded, McCain turned and thanked her.“I always took Trump seriously,” she continued. “You can go back and check the receipts when I worked at Fox and on my radio show. I always took Trump seriously. This mess that we all got ourselves into, I blame the left as much as the right, and the demonizing of all conservatives in this country, all Trump supporters in every way. You’re getting him re-elected.”When Hostin pressed once more, “But what about his behavior?” McCain replied, “It came out that there was nothing that collude—that he didn’t collude.” (The report actually doesn’t make a determination on “collusion, which has no legal definition.)As McCain continued to shout, she then invoked her late father, Sen. John McCain (R-AZ). “I accepted the Magnitsky Award in London on behalf of my father,” she exclaimed. “I’m someone who has been speaking out against Russia, by the way—let me finish!”As she continued to shout at her colleagues, Goldberg calmly mouthed to the camera that the segment had to wrap. McCain, meanwhile, continued to rant.Read more at The Daily Beast.Got a tip? Send it to The Daily Beast here

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  • Ivanka Trump slammed after sharing photos from family vacation: 'Shame on you'

    The first daughter is getting negative reactions after sharing photos of her snowmobiling with one of her kids.

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  • Ariana Grande Gets Pelted by a Lemon During Coachella Set: 'What the F—?'

    Ariana Grande Gets Hit by Lemon During Coachella Set

  • Buckingham Palace Just Issued a Statement About Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's Possible Move to Africa

    Hear ye, hear ye: Buckingham Palace just broke its silence on the swirling rumors that Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are moving to Africa.If you’re all like “Whoa, back up! I’ve just started my second cup of...

  • 'Today's' Dylan Dreyer Reveals Miscarriage in Heartfelt Moment With Pregnant Jenna Bush Hager

    On Monday's episode of Today, Jenna Bush Hager shared news of her pregnancy before welcoming the show's meteorologist, Dylan Dreyer, to the stage. In an honest, heartfelt conversation, Dreyer opened up about her recent miscarriage and ongoing struggles with secondary infertility. Bush Hager announced earlier that morning that she was pregnant with her third child, and […]

  • The Pocket Cannon: Meet Glock's Model 30 Gun (A Powerful Weapon)

    The combination of firepower and concealability makes the Glock 30 an excellent backup gun for law enforcement or a concealed carry gun for those who can legally do so. Although small, the G30 does not skimp on raw power. Glock’s .45 subcompact reportedly suffers from less muzzle flip than other large calibers, small frame handguns. The recoil of the .45 ACP round, generally considered a firm backward push is generally assessed as less than one might expect for a lightweight gun. Powerful, reliable, and controllable, the G30 might just be Glock’s ultimate subcompact handgun.Glock’s most powerful—and compact—handgun is a mix of old and new technology. The Glock 30 subcompact handgun merges the .45 ACP round, a product of the Industrial Revolution, with modern handgun technology. The result is a highly concealable firearm that, once drawn, has few equals.The .45 Automatic Colt Pistol (ACP) round was developed by prolific arms inventor John Moses Browning. The U.S. Army’s experience with the .38 Long Colt round during the Philippine Insurrection left it wanting a more powerful round able to neutralize with fewer shots. Combat against Filipino insurgents, at times hand to hand, divided combatants into two categories: the quick and the dead. A single .38 Long Colt gunshot wound was often not enough to drop an insurgent before he landed a fatal chop with an edged weapon.

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  • Disney Heir Abigail Disney Calls CEO Bob Iger's $65 Million Pay 'Insane'

    Abigail Disney, an heir to the Disney entertainment empire, continues takingthe company to task for CEO Bob Iger's $65

  • The Swimsuit Brands That Will Never Go Out of Style (12 photos)

    The tried and true designers we return to summer after summer. From Town & Country

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  • Couple expecting first baby ask neighbors to do their chores and provide meals

    The couple requested 30 diet-specific recipes and suggested loved ones could pitch in by doing chores.

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  • FBI arrests leader of armed group stopping migrants in New Mexico

    The arrest came two days after the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) accused the group of illegally detaining migrants and New Mexico's Democratic Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham ordered an investigation. Hopkins, 69, also known as Johnny Horton, was arrested in Sunland Park, New Mexico, on a federal complaint charging him with being a felon in possession of firearms and ammunition, the Federal Bureau of Investigation said in a statement. "We're not worried about it, he's going to be cleared," said Jim Benvie, a spokesman for the United Constitutional Patriots (UCP), blaming his arrest on political pressure from Lujan Grisham.

  • Toyota promises a next-generation Land Cruiser is on its way

    On sale since the 2008 model year and facelifted twice in the interim, the Toyota Land Cruiser has lately begun rolling out the special editions. Last year we got the 2019 Lexus LX Inspiration, this year we got the 2020 Land Cruiser Heritage Edition. This likely means a changing of the model guard is close, the 300-Series Land Cruiser on the horizon to replace the current 200-Series.

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  • Police find woman stabbed to death, 4-year-old girl, ax inside Brooklyn apartment

    A man has been arrested after a woman who was five months pregnant was found dead in a Brooklyn apartment.

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  • Katelyn Ohashi's final college gymnastics routine is a stunner

    UCLA gymnast Katelyn Ohashi concluded her collegiate gymnastics career Saturday with a near-perfect routine that enthralled Twitter as usual. Ohashi's floor routine went viral earlier in 2019, but Saturday marked her last competitive performance of college - and perhaps of her life. Ohashi competed with the same combination that earned her viral fame in January (not her first viral routine or perfect 10). ESPN notes that she removed a Jackson Five song in light of the current conversation around Michael Jackson since HBO's Leaving Neverland. We had the honor of seeing Katelyn Ohashi perform her incredible floor routine when UCLA was at Michigan for the regionals. She was last to go, after every other apparatus was done. It was unreal. Goosebumps. Teary eyes. Stadium erupted with joy when she finished. https://t.co/tB7GOnMObE -- Susie Leopold (@BlastyLavagrrrl) April 21, 2019All the talk of her successful career might feel premature for new Ohashi fans, but her most recent plan was to retire after this final performance. Ohashi has a history with the Olympics and had already planned to step away from the sport for good before college. @katelyn_ohashi congratulations on an amazing collegiate career. You inspire so many and are so loved https://t.co/r7UuwtOVs5 -- Callie Yeater (@Cpchick24) April 21, 2019 @katelyn_ohashi Great Job! Wonderful way to finish. You are an inspiration beyond the world of gymnastics. There are so many little girls or teen girls watching you and dreaming. Love your joy! https://t.co/siwbQAr2y5 -- Spero Works (@speroworks) April 21, 2019The performance earned Ohashi a 9.950 score out of 10 and congrats from U.S. Olympic gymnast Simone Biles (whom she competed against for the American Cup in 2013 - and won), among many more. I'm not crying, you are so proud of you Double Trouble. What a legend https://t.co/oShOHIaqqI -- Simone Biles (@Simone_Biles) April 21, 2019 I remember my last collegiate meet, my last routine, my last time walking out on that floor like it was yesterday. 14 yrs later, this still hits me right in the feels. Congrats to @katelyn_ohashi & every other gymnast who capped their careers this weekend. Always a gymnast at ❤️ https://t.co/XsCBbQLKlF -- Allison Betof Warner (@DrBetofMDPhD) April 21, 2019 Katelyn (@katelyn_ohashi), from dazzling on the beam with extreme difficulty to lighting up the floor with incredible dancing and tumbling you have given us everything these last few years. Thank you for speaking your mind and bringing change to the sport, proud to be a Kate fan. pic.twitter.com/lc3xT7FfWX -- Dr. Sam (@samisadancer) April 21, 2019 WATCH: Here's how Simone Biles is chasing academic gold

  • Marvel Boss Says 'Endgame' Is Not the End of Current Avengers Story

    Kevin Feige dropped the bombshell at a fan event in Shanghai.

  • The Secret Is Out: The U.S. Air Force Has Russian MiG-29s To Dogfight

    Soviet-built jets are likely to be expensive to maintain in the United States. But if a contractor is willing to bear the cost and it benefits the Air Force to buy those services, it might be a worthy venture.As the United States Air Force continues its struggle with fielding enough aggressor aircraft for its combat aircraft crews to train against, contractors are stepping up to the plate.(This first appeared in late 2017.)In some cases, contractors are able to field remarkable aircraft that provide an exceptionally authentic replication of enemy aircraft. Such is the case of Air USA—the company has managed to acquire three two-seat trainer versions of the Mikoyan MiG-29UB Fulcrum.“The Air USA MIG 29 fleet was imported directly from a former Soviet Union nation. All aircraft are equipped with authentic former Soviet Union manufactured parts,” the company states on its website. “Air USA MIG 29 aircraft are capable of performing any air to air mission providing excellent training and flight test opportunities”Recommended: Uzi: The Israeli Machine Gun That Conquered the WorldRecommended: The M4: The Gun U.S. Army Loves to Go to War With

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