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Amanda Bynes gave her first interview in over four years

The interviewer asked the actress if Rob Kardashian's baby mama stole her look, but she confidently admitted that she was the one stealing hers! I want to do TV. "I was like saying, 'Murder my vagina!' I was serious, but I was also on drugs". Amanda has been working on herself, dealing with improving her relationship with her parents and continuing her studies at fashion and design at the Fashion Institute of Design & Merchandising in Irvine, California. Read More »

Team New Zealand Sinks in High Winds

But the third race of the day ended early for Artemis , as Emirates Team NZ slipped into the lead and Outteridge slid off his boat, as he transitioned across hulls. The victor of the first-to-five series will go on to challenge America's Cup holder Oracle Team USA next week. In the other semifinal, SoftBank Team Japan leads Sweden's Artemis Racing 3-1. Read More »

Police release image of knife used in London Bridge attack


Where are they from? It could be that they had plans to take the attack into a siege situation, or it might be that they saw it as protection from being shot themselves. He said Redouane's home, an apartment in Barking, east London , was the men's safe house where they put their plot together and prepared the attack. Read More »

Protesters to march against Islamic law in dozens of US cities


The rally, which is just one of 28 others planned in cities across the United States , was organized by ACT for America , a group that claims its focus is to fight terrorism and promote national security. The marches, due to be held in at least 19 states, are being coordinated by ACT for America, a conservative grassroots organization that calls itself "the NRA of national security". Read More »

Roman Polanski sex victim expected to ask judge to drop case


In recent years, she has said repeatedly that she has forgiven Polanski, now 83, but yesterday would be the first time she has appeared publicly at a court hearing in the case. Polanski, whose films include " Rosemary's Baby " and " The Pianist ", was arrested on US warrants in both Poland and Switzerland during the past decade, but both countries ultimately declined to extradite him. Read More »

Jordan May 'Wonder Woman' Over Israeli Star Gal Gadot

She's got to come to America". She said: "I was pregnant and showing for some of the additional scenes we shot but they did some clever stuff with special effects to hide my bump". Gal Gadot manages to bring to life a character whose story was too hard to tell only a few years ago and turn Wonder Woman into one of the best super hero movies ever, including the Marvel films. Read More »

Jeff Sessions to testify before Senate panel


In a letter to Senator Richard Shelby on Saturday, Sessions has written that his decision to appear comes in light of last week's testimony by fired Federal Bureau of Investigation director James Comey . "The Attorney General clearly made the right decision in recusing himself from the Russian investigation", Collins added. He said deputy attorney general Rod Rosenstein would appear before the sub-committees. Read More »

Pine: Why Wonder Woman


Never making it to air, but floating around the Internet, Wonder Woman: Who's Afraid of Diana Prince? featured Ellie Wood Walker as the lead and Maudie Prickett as the heroine's mother. Wonder Woman is a different kind of superhero film, and not just because the central character is female. The movie is likely to benefit from growing anticipation for Wonder Woman to reclaim her pop culture throne after past false starts. Read More »

Cosby on Trial: Gripping Testimony, Brisk Pace Mark Week 1

That immediately spurred Pennsylvania prosecutors to reopen their Cosby investigation and unleashed a barrage of similar allegations from dozens of other women that all but destroyed Cosby's nice-guy image as America's Dad. Constand says she pushed him away when he grabbed her zipper. As Constand and a second accuser testified, Cosby - who says he's legally blind - looked down at the defense table or stared toward the witness stand, often with a hand across his forehead. Read More »

Unflappable Ananya Vinay Wins National Spelling Bee


Ananya won more than $40,000 in cash and other prizes. According to reports, another Indian-origin student and the runner-up Rohan Rajeev missed the word " marram ", a Scandinavian-derived word for beach grass. By the time she was asked to spell marocain , Vinay was already an old pro, and clearly not about to waver under the pressure. After continuing the prank, Vinay gave her best shot at spelling the word, omitting a "v" from her attempt. Read More »

Jessica Chastain Marries Gian Luca Passi de Preposulo in Romantic Italian Wedding


Hathaway, 34, who starred alongside Chastain in 2014's " Interstellar ", was spotted in blue suede sandals when she left the festivities with husband Adam Shulman . 'And that's very important to me. The wedding took place in the northern Italian city of Treviso at the Passi de Preposulo family estate Villa Tiepolo Passi, which is less than an hour north of Venice. Read More »

Easyjet plane diverted after 'suspicious conversation'

Cologne Bonn Airport said on Twitter that "there are now delays of departures" due to an operation being carried out by the police. A plane flying from Slovenia to the United Kingdom made an unplanned landing after the pilot was alerted to a "suspicious conversation" with "terrorist content". Read More »

Sessions to Appear Before Senate Panel Probing Russian Links to Election

That includes the president's son-in-law, Jared Kushner, and Attorney General Jeff Sessions . Sessions recused himself in March from a federal investigation into contacts between Russia and the presidential campaign of Donald Trump after acknowledging that he had met twice a year ago with the Russian ambassador to the United States. Read More »

Manchester attacks: Police search landfill site in Bury


A total of 11 people remain in British custody following the suicide bombing at Manchester Arena where USA star Ariana Grande was performing. The Security Service has launched an urgent inquiry into how it missed the danger posed by attacker Salman Abedi . Read More »

Germany's music fest evacuated due to terror threat


Authorities didn't give details Friday night of what they called "concrete indications on the basis of which a possible terrorist threat can't be ruled out". "We can take no risks", he said. A statement from police in the nearby German town of Koblenz explained that, "due to a terror danger situation, we told the organiser to temporarily stop the concert as a precaution". Read More »

'Over the rainbow' released as single to benefit Manchester victims

USA pop star Ariana Grande , hardly a household name in Britain before a suicide bomber killed 22 people at her Manchester concert in May, has emerged as a national heroine there following an emotional televised benefit performance. "I love you I love you". "However, I extend my hand and heart and everything I possibly can give to you and yours, should you want or need my help in any way". Read More »

Madhya Pradesh police shoot protesting farmers

Mandsaur: Rahul Gandhi has been detained by police on his way to Neemuch in Madhya Pradesh on Thursday after he rode pillion on a motorcycle and walked some distance to reach Mandsaur from Rajasthan's Chittorgarh district. Widespread violence, including several incidents of arson, have been reported from western Madhya Pradesh, during the week-long agitation. The union government has rushed 1,100 personnel of anti-riot Rapid Action Force to the violence-hit state. Read More »

Sonam Kapoor turns 32, celebrates with two birthday cakes: See photos here


It is the Bollywood actress Sonam Kapoor 32nd birthday today. Indeed, it was a mega surprise for the Sonam, she was seen posing ecstatically by the cards in the Boomerang video . What got the heads rolling was when the actor's rumoured boyfriend Anand Ahuja shared the same video on his Instagram account. In one of the videos, Sonam was playing mini golf whilst her name displayed in bright lights. Read More »

Pentagon: 3 US soldiers killed, 1 wounded in Afghanistan


Next of kin notification is underway", the Pentagon said in a statement. According to the wire service, the Pentagon says the USA military is "aware of an incident in eastern Afghanistan". "In (a) joint US-Afghan military operation". The Afghan forces are busy conducting counter-terrorism operations to eliminate the militants affiliated with the ISIS terrorist group in Nangarhar province. Read More »

Wonder Woman muscles in on the men, dominating U.S. box office

However, her role of the villain, Victoria Leeds, in the 90s' adaptation of the popular TV series of the same name, was appreciated unanimously. "Our gay bars have long said that you do not exclude people because they're gay or straight or transgender-you just can't do that for any reason". Read More »

Peacock takes out $500 in wine after crashing liquor store


The peahen walked through an open door at Royal Oaks Liquor Store in Arcadia, Calif ., and made herself at home in the liquor store, AP reported . The bird was later taken care of by animal control and freed into the wild. He was forced to clean up about $500 worth of wine and Champagne after the exotic bird became trapped in his store on Monday. Read More »

Adam West, TV's Batman, Dead at 88

Alongside Burt Ward as Robin, he carved himself a place in pop culture history, even if the role did end up typecasting him for a few years. "Wherever I go in the world, there's such a wonderful rapport with our Batman that it's neat", he said. Read More »

Centerville Middle School student narrowly misses cut at national spelling bee


The Scripps National Spelling Bee Finals will begin Thursday at 10 a.m. and can be watched on ESPN2. Governor Chris Christie offered his congratulation to Padhy after she was announced as one of the 40 finalists . Then, without hesitating, she proceeded to correctly spell the word: h-o-s-p-i-t-a-l-i-t-y. Most attend public school. "It feels really exciting", she told the smitten reporters. Read More »

Texas men tie best finish at NCAA Championships in 400 relay

Clive Pullen from Arkansas finished second with a jump over a foot longer than Carter's while Florida junior KeAndre Bates won the event with a jump of 55-feet even. "The junior from Toronto, Ontario posted a mark of 53′-0.75" (16.17m) just a few inches short of her season best and the No. 5 mark in program history of 53′-11" (16.43m) set earlier this season. Read More »

Adam West, star of 1960s TV series 'Batman,' dies at 88

Through a secret passageway in "stately Wayne Manor", West entered the Batcave and emerged in his mask and cape as Batman , speeding toward trouble in his turbo-powered Batmobile. Even so, West was appreciative of how the role changed his career. An early episode of Batman . Batman News extends its condolences to West's family and friends. Read More »

Adam West, TVs Batman, dies aged 88

A few years ago, West was honored with a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. It ran only three seasons from 1966 to 1968 on the ABC network, but became a television phenomenon and cult classic. He was born in Walla Walla, Washington state in 1928 and his real name was William West Anderson. Burgess Meredith squawked as the Penguin. "In conversation, he was very animated and once told me that Batman was the father that everyone wanted!" she added. Read More »

Woman Raped by Roman Polanski to Ask Court to End Case

In recent years, she has said repeatedly that she has forgiven Polanski, now 83, but yesterday would be the first time she has appeared publicly at a court hearing in the case. "There is a person that holds the ability" to bring closure to the case, the judge told Geimer. "Don't let people tell you can't recover". The hearing Friday is an effort by Braun to get the court to unseal testimony by the now-retired prosecutor in the case, who is believed to have testified in a closed session about ... Read More »