In the wake of yet another round of legal troubles for former President Donald Trump, after a New York state judge determined this week that he committed fraud by substantially exaggerating his wealth for business dealings, Melania is reportedly taking precautions. Page Six reports that the former first lady has renegotiated her marital prenup with Trump to protect the financial interests of her son, 17-year-old, 6’7” Barron, as her husband’s legal troubles and bills pile up. Per the tabloid’s s
Dianne Feinstein, the California senator with a distinguished career spanning over 30 years and a trailblazer for women in U.S. politics, passed away at age 90. In recent months, the California Democrat had been the subject of questions concerning alleged cognitive and memory issues and was hospitalized after a “minor fall” at her home in […]
A nearby Delta passenger awoke and stopped the assault on the flight to Florida, federal prosecutors say.
General Mark Milley stepped down Friday as the top US military officer with a parting swipe at his former boss Donald Trump, saying no soldier ever swore an oath to serve a "wannabe dictator.""And we don't take an oath to a wannabe dictator."
Six students from Salmon High School in Salmon, Idaho, are facing disciplinary measures after being photographed wearing shirts that spelled out the N-word. The photo, […]
The Lions get jobbed by the refs in Green Bay and the social media is as angry as you'd expect
The House voted to approve an amendment from Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene, R-Ga., to cut Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin’s salary to $1 on Wednesday.
Nearly two dozen House Republicans voted against a short-term government funding bill proposed by Kevin McCarthy (R-Calif.) on Friday, part of the ongoing feud between the Speaker and his party’s conservative wing. The vote marked an embarrassing defeat for McCarthy as he presses attempts to keep the government running before current funding runs out this…
The actress and activist was photographed attending the Isabel Marant show on Wednesday night
When Colorado star Travis Hunter absorbed a brutal late hit and was sent to the hospital during the Buffaloes’ nationally televised game against Colorado State on Sept. 16, the college football world wondered not only about his immediate health, but about his long-term career. The dynamic and versatile Hunter, whom coach Deion Sanders deemed a …
An underwater image could solve history's most mysterious disappearance: the 1937 vanishing of pilot Amelia Earhart. See the new breakthrough.
A photo of the gigantic creature lying belly-up was shared by Connecticut wildlife officials on Facebook.
Amon-Ra St. Brown's touchdown celebration at Lambeau Field got a frothy response from a spectator that was out of bounds.
Alan Colie, a delivery driver, said he was acting in self-defense when he shot the YouTube prankster, Tanner Cook, of "Classified Goons" fame.
Representative James Comer on Thursday refused to let Democrats introduce testimony from one of his own star witnesses as evidence in the impeachment inquiry hearing into Joe Biden.House Republicans held their first hearing on Biden’s alleged corruption. They have for months accused him of wrongdoing via his connection to his son Hunter’s business dealings. But they have yet to provide any actual evidence. The House Oversight Committee, which Comer chairs, had previously interviewed Hunter’s ex-
Elon Musk was mocked on social media for wearing his cowboy hat backward during a visit to Texas this week.
Waters' comments come after The Wall producer told Total Guitar that “the second solo in Comfortably Numb, which may be the best solo of all time, is actually a first take”
Reuters/Jonathan ErnstRepublicans’ long-shot attempt to impeach President Joe Biden got off to a rocky start Thursday, with their star witness, legal expert Jonathan Turley, outright saying he doesn’t see any evidence to support impeachment.“I do not believe that the current evidence would support articles of impeachment,” he testified. Turley, a Fox News legal analyst and D.C. lawyer who argued against Donald Trump’s 2019 impeachment, was called on by House Republicans to testify in the first h
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There is one very good reason why Donald Trump is avoiding the stage right now.