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Hannity Slams FBI Brass: 'How Stupid Do They Think We Are?'


Hillary Clinton was back this week, taking "absolute personal responsibility" by blaming Russia , FBI director James Comey , and misogyny for her second presidential-election loss. "Fine. Better than the interfering in foreign affairs", Clinton said of the prospect Trump would tweet about her. "The impression I get of Comey is he's going to do his job and he doesn't care who gets mad at him". Read More »

Melissa McCarthy Takes Spicer's Motorized Podium for a Spin in NYC

We can't wait to see what McCarthy brings to this table (motorized podium?). This is an incontestable fact - just watch a recent episode of " Saturday Night Live " in which McCarthy dons a suit and Spicer-esque combover. She can be heard yelling "Come on!" at the cars around her. She even dedicated her entire monologue during her fourth hosting gig to the prospect of joining the Five-Timers Club, meaning that the show is likely going to be celebrating the occasion in a big way. Read More »

Dartmouth ranks high among Star Wars searches in Canada says Google

There are even some discounts on Star Wars items in the Play Store itself, such as Return of the Jedi being $14.99 rather than $19.99. Feel free to enter by clicking right here. Author Alan Arnold chronicles the earliest known records of the phrase "May the 4th" happened during the so-called day of victory of Britain's first woman prime minister, Margaret Thatcher . Read More »

Emma Watson MTV Movie Awards 2017

Watson said the fact that this was the first year the fan-voted movie and TV awards had genderless categories made the honor more meaningful. Anyone could be nominated under the new "Best Actor" categories for television and film. "But I call him Hugh Jack-PERSON". "Thank you to the audience who embraced this movie so much, but especially to the women because women are proving that they are a huge and powerful audience, and that's going to change the movie business", said Director Bill Condon. Read More »

Sean Spicer in the Hot Seat as Trump Fumes Over Comey Backlash

Starting today, anyone who talks to Trump has to wonder if that conversation is being recorded, and whether Trump might someday leak that recording if he gets sufficiently angry at that person. During Friday's briefing, Spicer didn't rule out that briefings could be canceled. The mere sight, though, of the president appearing to warn - or, as some might see it, threaten - the former Federal Bureau of Investigation director on the public forum of Twitter is surely a first. Read More »

Eurovision 2017: Most Britons want to quit contest


Amid heightened security, some 10,000 police were deployed on the streets, some carrying semi-automatic weapons. John Kennedy O'Connor, author of Eurovision's official history, said Ukraine has long used Eurovision as a way to annoy Russian Federation. Read More »

After Yates, more questions for Trump White House


But there is still a lot more we do not know due to ongoing investigations , and the fact that much of the information is classified. But Flynn, a retired lieutenant general, misled Vice President Mike Pence about the conversations, saying that sanctions were not discussed. Read More »

Yates dubs Trump's first travel ban as 'unlawful'


It "shouldn't come as a surprise to anyone, given that General Flynn had worked for President Obama, was an outspoken critic of President Obama's shortcomings", Spicer said. Flynn's forced resignation followed media reports that he had discussed US -imposed sanctions on Russian Federation with Ambassador Kislyak, which was contrary to the public representations of the Trump White House. Read More »

Portugal wins Eurovision Song Contest for first time


He might have just won the world's most watched TV programme, but Portuguese Eurovision victor Salvador Sobral is no stranger to the world of the small screen. Other hopefuls this year included Italian Francesco Gabbani. Italian Francesco Gabbani is leading the pack with a number, viewed almost 114 million times on YouTube, that mixes Buddhist imagery with a dancing ape, and he explains as poking fun at the West's superficial embrace of eastern culture. Read More »

Melissa McCarthy, as "Spicy", rides on podium through midtown


Melissa McCarthy is hosting this week, and it looks like the show made a decision to up the ante on her very amusing and very popular Sean Spicer impersonation. Then, her Spicer acknowledges the problems he's faced with the press. This includes promos that features the actress transforming herself into Spicer to the tune of "I Feel Pretty" from " West Side Story ". Read More »

Sessions' predecessor slams sentencing policy


Sound off in comments. This is the latest in a serious of measures that demonstrate the intent of the Trump Administration to ramp up the drug war. Holder predicted Sessions' directive will be "substantively and financially ruinous" and will force the agency to revert to the days of spending "one third of its budget in incarcerating people, rather than preventing, detecting or investigating crime". Read More »

Trump urges grads to draw lessons from his outsider status


In his weekly address to the nation, Trump said he was "delighted to be participating first hand in the excitement" as students and faculty celebrate Liberty's more than 18,000 graduates. "That is why our elected officials put their hands on the Bible and say "So help me God" as they take the oath of office". And, you know, Mary Louise, Trump opened with a joke about that. Read More »

Carter Wilkerson has more than 3 million retweets


While he remains someway off that target, Mr Wilkerson's post on the social media site has been retweeted a record of 3.42 million times since early April. The previous record-holder was Ellen DeGeneres and her 2014 Oscar selfie , which boasted the likes of A-listers including Jennifer Lawrence, Bradley Cooper and Meryl Streep. Read More »

Showers and Storms Return Tonight and Tomorrow


Saturday: Rain develops in the morning to early afternoon, becoming steady and eventually heavy at times, especially late-day and at night. The rain will gradually overspread the state during Saturday evening, but it may take a while to reach northern areas. Read More »

Melissa McCarthy, Alec Baldwin return to 'SNL'

Melissa McCarthy hosted this week's episode of "Saturday Night Live", continuing her iconic impression of White House press secretary Sean Spicer during press briefings. He seals his fate with a kiss, embracing the President during a stunning confrontation over erroneous news briefings. McCarthy's Spicer wasn't ready for the emotional implications of betrayal. Read More »

Azerbaijan's Dihaj into Eurovision grand final


As the dust settles on the the unusual and surreal clash of nations known as the semi-final heats of the Eurovision Song Contest complete, the field has narrowed dramatically ahead of this weekend's grand final . Portugal's Salvador Sobral is second favourite. The song trailed Portugal by well over 200 points going into the televote, while Bulgaria's pop entry, Beautiful Mess by 17-year-old Kristian Kostov, grabbed enough support from the judges to be only 104 points down at the ... Read More »

White House says missile should worry Russia


The launch, which Tokyo said could be of a new type of missile, is a direct challenge to the new South Korean president elected four days ago and comes as U.S., Japanese and European navies gather for joint war games in the Pacific. The missile flew some 700 kilometers for half an hour and dropped in the East Sea. North Korea has briefly reported on Moon's election win and said conservatives in South Korea should be thrown out for good for inciting confrontation between the rival states. Read More »

Moms reveal what they really want for Mother's Day

The simple notion that there are thousands even millions of people just like me saddened me but it also made me feel a bit of comfort knowing that I'm not alone. It's amusing. Mother's Day ranks third on the list of high attendance Sundays in most churches, falling behind only Easter and Christmas. Not being a mother yet on Mother's Day can be isolating. Read More »

Pop, politics, but no Russia at Eurovision


This was the first time Portugal has won the song contest in the 53 years they have competed. This year the Eurovision Song Contest's organisers picked diversity as the idea they wanted to see expressed in performances. Representing Belarus in Kiev will be indie-folk pop duo NAVIBAND with Story of My Life ( Historyja Majho Zyccia ). Jamala continued to sing "unfazed", the broadcaster 1+1 TV said. Read More »

This is not a drill


They're going to start to cry". Spicer said, "I've talked to the president, and he doesn't have anything to add to that". "They get great ratings from me, and yet they don't treat us fairly". "There is really no right time to do it, but I'm OK with that". President Donald Trump said Saturday that "I was a little-bit surprised" by the backlash of his firing of FBI Director James Comey and that the Democrats were only slamming it to score "political points" with voters. Read More »

Trump's New Friendship With Murderous Leader Has People A Little Concerned


The United Nations human rights commission has pressured the Philippines to investigate the murders. Kine claimed that with the invitation, Trump would be acting the interests of human rights since a complaint against Duterte has been filed at the International Criminal Court in which the Philippines leader is accused of mass murder. Read More »

Trump Says He Planned To Fire Comey Before Justice Department Recommendations

And she wasn't alone. During an interview with Fox News that was recorded on Friday, Trump denied ever asking Comey to pledge his loyalty, but argued it wouldn't have been inappropriate for him to do so. Trump is the first president since Richard Nixon to fire a law enforcement official during an investigation into the White House. "I expect that." Trump also insisted that he didn't collude with Russian Federation, and that he wants the new director to do an investigation to prove that. Read More »

Charlie Hunnam inspired by UFC champ Conor McGregor for King Arthur role

Ritchie is so adept that the film is compulsively watchable, but it's watchable in the same way as a massive train wreck or the slow-motion demolition of a high-rise. But " King Arthur " will not be the only casualty this weekend. Hunnam is known for his work in the television series Sons of Anarchy as Jax Teller on FX. Read More »

Colbert gleefully responds 'I won' to insults from Trump

President Donald Trump has been going back and forth with late night talk show host Stephen Colbert , after Colbert's scathing critique of Trump's alleged ties to Russian Federation, specifically that the 2016 election was hacked. On my second day, Colbert found out that I was a golfer in college and he invited me into his office to putt into a cup with him, asking me where I was from and where I went to school. Read More »

Italy, Portugal lead the pack as Kiev hosts Eurovision final


Ten qualified for the final. Though the event has run smoothly, it has done so under the watchful eye of an nearly overwhelming police and army presence at the venue, Kiev's International Exhibition Centre, and key locations in the city, such as Independence Square. Read More »

Melissa McCarthy's Sean Spicer impression hits the streets of NYC

It's not every day you see Melissa McCarthy impersonating White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer on a moving podium rolling down the middle of the street. It is unclear what McCarthy will be doing to mock Spicer, but it is very likely that McCarthy will be hiding among bushes after It was reported earlier in the week that Spicer was avoiding questions from the press about President Donald Trump firing now-former Federal Bureau of Investigation director James Comey . Read More »

Zabaleta to leave Manchester City after 9 years

The second half was much better. "The referee was so courageous in making the decision", City manager Pep Guardiola said. Manchester City's Gabriel Jesus celebrates scoring his side's second goal. We got the luck we needed, at times we haven't got that this season". "We are trying to finish the season well". - No player has failed to score more penalties in the Premier League this season than Riyad Mahrez (2 - level with Christian Benteke). Read More »

Donald Trump to address students as row continues over James Comey sacking

He continued, "The more that a broken system tells you you're wrong", the more you should continue pushing onward. The president-who received a hearty welcome, in the starkest possible contrast to the jeers that greeted education secretary Betsy DeVos when she spoke at a historically black university earlier this week-arrived at Liberty's stage trailing a week of scandal: his firing of Federal Bureau of Investigation director James Comey on Tuesday has set off renewed speculation over ... Read More »

Kelly Ripa's Permanent Co-Host Revealed!


May 13 was the last day Strahan co-hosted the show, which airs at 9 a.m. and consistently beats out the third hour of Today , on NBC , in the ratings. In addition to being her first day co-hosting with Seacrest, it's also her 21st wedding anniversary with husband Mark Consuelos. If Kelly Ripa's new co-host will not be one of her frequent guests so far this year, that leaves the door wide open as to who will be her new co-host. Read More »

Miley Cyrus Opens up About Her Breakup with Liam Hemsworth


I just sit there. "It's very weird", she laughed, mentioning that she still rolls joints (marijuana cigarettes) for friends but does not smoke with them. Miley says that she wrote the song because people are going to talk about her and Liam anyways, so she may as well just put her feelings about him out there. Read More »

Bring on the 'gorilla:' Eurovision final brings glittery fun


Eurovision was founded one year before the foundation of the European Economic Community, the predecessor to the European Union. Eurovision is known for its theatrical production, unique songs and fervent patriotism. The acrimony is ironic, since Eurovision was founded in 1956 to bring the recently warring countries of Europe together. Last year, 204 million people watched at least some part of the contest from around the world. Read More »

Trump Says Wants To Move Quickly To Nominate New FBI Director

Eight candidates for the role were in line on Saturday (local time) for the first interviews with Attorney-General Jeff Sessions and his deputy, Rod Rosenstein, at Justice Department headquarters. O'Connor, president of the FBI Agents Association, said in a statement. She declined to comment. Trump's decision to fire Comey earlier this week caused concern among both Republican and Democratic lawmakers, as the former FBI head had been leading the bureau's investigation into Russia's meddling ... Read More »