• Donald Trump Jr. Tried to Start a Fight with Anderson Cooper and Immediately Lost

    Donald Trump Jr. retweeted a photo of Anderson Cooper, up to his waist in flood water during CNN's hurricane coverage while a cameraman stands in ankle-deep water.

    GQ
  • People
  • A 'Hungover' Jessica Biel Ate Cake for Breakfast After the Emmys

    The Sinner star also stopped by In-N-Out for a late-night meal after the award show.

    People
  • Cosmopolitan
  • China will use trade war with U.S. to replace imports - state media

    China is not afraid of "extreme measures" the United States is taking in their trade war and will use it as an opportunity to replace imports, promote localisation and accelerate the development of high-tech products, state media said. The world's two largest economies dove deeper into a trade war on Tuesday after Beijing added $60 billion of U.S. products to its import tariff list in retaliation for U.S. President Donald Trump's planned levies on $200 billion worth of Chinese goods. "To deal with the trade war, what China really should do is to focus on doing its own thing well," the People's Daily said.

    Reuters
  • Every Snack That Walked the 2018 Emmys’ Red Carpet (21 photos)

    Every awards show, us Allure staffers are scrambling to cover all the hair and makeup looks , corresponding with makeup artists, endlessly scouring social media for BTS footage, and typing until our little fingers are gnarled. However, it's hard to nail every makeup product and hairstyle when you're working hungry, and even more difficult when all these snacks are parading themselves across your screen, just looking delectable and scrumptious. Couture is one thing, but let's be real — it's fantasy. I'm never going to afford couture. Even if I could, I would probably do something boring instead, like invest in real estate. Hell, I'm probably never even going use that Rent The Runway account. A well-groomed and well-suited snack, however, is free. Snacks are, for all accounts, a feast for the eyes, as it were. They are truly the most democratic, guiltless dietary indulgence. So, I hope you're hungry — but even if you aren't, a quick scroll through this menu will no doubt have you going, "Eh, I mean, I could eat..."

    Allure
  • 7 1/2 years later, Deron Williams apologizes to Jerry Sloan for the night that changed the Jazz

    It took 7 1/2 years, but Deron Williams finally found "the right time to make amends" with his former coach this past June.

    Yahoo Sports
  • Alumnae Of Christine Blasey Ford's High School Circulate Letter Of Support

    A group of women who went to Christine Blasey Ford's high school are

    HuffPost
  • Anderson Cooper Shreds 'Idiotic' Don Jr. Over Phony Florence Photo

    Anderson Cooper is fed up with online conspiracy theorists and "cable news

    HuffPost
  • Daycare owner arrested after allegedly tying infants to car seats for 7 hours and giving children drugs

    A Texas daycare centre owner has been arrested on child endangerment charges after she was accused of keeping infants and toddlers tied to their car seats for hours. Rebecca Anderson, 60, kept the small children tied up in car seats for at least seven hours a day at her Mesquite daycare centre, Becky’s Home Child Care, according to an arrest warrant affidavit. The affidavit also alleged the daycare centre owner yanked a six-month-old child by the bib around his neck, tying laces around the young children’s necks to limit their movement.

    The Independent
  • Willie Nelson responds to fans uproar over his support for Beto O'Rourke

    "Everybody has an opinion. Everybody has a right to an opinion," Nelson said.

    KTRK – Houston
  • McDonald's Changed Their Apple Pie Recipe—and People Are Not Thrilled

    McDonald's Changes Its Apple Pie Recipe, Sparking Outrage

    People
  • Hillary Clinton in blistering new attack on Trump: 'Our democracy is in crisis'

    ‘Trump and his cronies do so many despicable things that it can be hard to keep track,’ Clinton writes in the afterword to What Happened. Hillary Clinton has unleashed a blazing attack on Donald Trump, accusing the man who beat her in 2016 in the race for the White House of cruelty, negligence, corruption, dishonesty, racism and malevolence that have combined to put democracy in America into crisis. In an afterword to the new paperback edition of her book on her 2016 presidential election defeat, What Happened, Clinton makes her most excoriating takedown yet of Trump’s character and actions since he took office.

    The Guardian
  • Jack Ma Warns Alibaba, China to Prepare for 20-Year Trade War

    Alibaba Group Holding Ltd. co-founder Jack Ma cautioned China’s business and political leaders to prepare for the trade war with the U.S. to last longer and have a bigger impact than most people think. China’s richest man said the dispute could last 20 years and persist beyond the presidency of Donald Trump, as the world’s two strongest economic powers battle for global supremacy. China needs to strengthen its economy to deal with the conflict and shift trade relations from the U.S. to regions like Southeast Asia and Africa, Ma said during a speech at the company’s investor day conference in Hangzhou.

    Bloomberg q
  • Khloé Kardashian's five-month-old baby is already the target of racist trolls

    "I hate that True is so dark, the other two are a nice mix."

    Yahoo Canada Style
  • Shark attack off Massachusetts leaves one dead, scientists searching for answers

    An end-of-Summer beach outing turned into a nightmare for beachgoers on Cape Cod this weekend when a 26-year-old swimmer was attacked and killed by a shark. The man was boogie boarding with a friend off of a beach in Wellfleet, MA, when the attack occurred. As the Boston Herald reports, the two men were only about 30 feet out into the water when the shark targeted one of them. Witnesses reported seeing intense thrashing, at which point the victim's friend attempted to save him by dragging him back towards land. He was given CPR on the beach and paramedics took him to Cape Cod Hospital but he was pronounced dead on arrival. The attack is an exclamation point on a long summer of shark sightings and warnings along Cape Cod. Earlier this summer a 61-year-old man was attacked by a suspected great white shark off of Massachusetts, which was the first shark attack on a human in the area since 2012. He survived the ordeal by punching and swiping at the shark's gills, at which point the shark let him go. This latest attack seems to have been much more intense, and the man's wounds were too severe to come back from. It is unclear at this point what kind of shark attacked the man. “I’m in a fact-gathering phase," Greg Skomal, a biologist and shark expert with the Massachusetts Department of Fish & Game, told the Boston Herald .  "It’s a tragic event. The bottom line is depth plays a major role here. Seals are coming closer to the beach. That means sharks are patrolling close to the beach, and that’s when you get the overlap with humans.” Researchers and officials have been warning of increased shark activity along the coast of Massachusetts this year, but the area is such a bustling tourist destination that it's hard to stop people from enjoying a day at the beach. For the moment, the beach closest to the attack remains closed and has been shut down since the attack occurred.

    BGR News
  • Ram midsize pickup will be body-on-frame, built alongside Jeep Scrambler

    Ram's still far-off midsize pickup is shaping up to be a rugged body-on-frame pickup if this report from Automotive News is correct. It's already been a long road of back and forth about whether or not Ram would build the small pickup. Mike Manley, now the CEO of FCA following Sergio Marchionne's passing, confirmed the brand's intentions of bringing a midsize truck to market when explaining the company's five-year plan a few months back.

    Autoblog q
  • Artist says he hung Putin portrait in Trump Hotel suite in D.C., where it remained until he retrieved it a month later

    The artist says he hung a portrait of Russian President Vladimir Putin in a Trump hotel, where it went unnoticed and unremarked for a month.

    Yahoo Lifestyle