Global Popular News for 1 Mar 2019
Michael Cohen testified that he has received multiple offers for TV, movie and book deals -- and admitted he plans to cash in on his notoriety. During a contentious exchange with Rep. Virginia Foxx... (R-NC), Cohen refused to pledge that he wouldn't seek to exploit his infamy. "So you don't commit to changing your ways,...
"I would never consider them prostitutes -- it was really a rescue operation."
Aubrey Plaza kicked off her hosting duties at the Independent Spirit awards with a four-minute cold open video that involved a 'virgin sacrifice.'
Making a rare admission of a mistake, the special counsel's office filed a memo in federal court revising its account of the evidence it used in asserting that Paul Manafort breached his plea deal.
Windstorm causes travel restrictions, closures and thousands of power outages across New York state.
In a sign that Nicolas Maduro's support among the military in Venezuela was about to crumble, at least four National Guard officers abandoned their posts at the Colombian border.
Vietnamese authorities are not amused by the antics of two impersonators of North Korean leader Kim Jong Un and President Donald Trump. The duo has been making rounds of Hanoi, …
The charges come after decades of allegations, a failed criminal trial, a hashtag campaign,a breakup with recording label, and the airing of damning film series, "Surviving R. Kelly."
Billie Wayne Coble was executed for killing his estranged wife's parents and her brothers in 1989
Britney Spears is back to work, bitch!! The pop icon is getting back to making music nearly two months after announcing an indefinite hiatus to take care of her sick father. A source told Us Weekly... that Jamie Spears "is doing much better now" in the months since he was rushed […] The post Britney Spears Returning To The Studio Months After Taking Time Off To Deal With Dad’s Health Crisis appeared first on Perez Hilton.
Fox is fighting a $179 million judgment against the company — one of the largest rulings of its kind in television history — over profit participation on the 2005-2017 series “Bones.” But it... isn’t fighting the entire judgement. In a ruling made public on Wednesday, arbitrator Peter Lichtman said Fox violated a profit participation agreement with stars David Boreanaz and Emily Deschanel, executive producer Barry Josephson and Kathy Reichs, the forensic anthropologist whose books inspired the show, and accused three Fox executives of perjury. In addition to a finding of actual damages, the arbitrator awarded $128 million in punitive damages, which he called “reasonable and necessary to punish Fox for its reprehensible conduct and deter it from future wrongful conduct.” Fox...
President Trump will try to coax North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un into shutting down his country's main nuclear facility at their second summit meetingthis week in Vietnam. The step would fall short... of full denuclearization, but carry great symbolic weight for both countries. Kim has reportedly waxed sentimental about the stakes. "I don't want...
Diane Keaton stars in Poms about a women who starts a cheerleading squad in a retirement community to lift the spirits of everyone there.
The Latest on the summit between North Korean leader Kim Jong Un and U.S. President Donald Trump (all times local): 10:05 a.m. President Donald Trump's eldest son is accusing Democrats …
The president announced the selection of Ms. Craft, the ambassador to Canada, days after Heather Nauert, his choice to succeed Nikki R. Haley, withdrew from consideration.
Pakistan's prime minister said Thursday his country would return a captured Indian fighter pilot -- but Indian officials refused to say if the move would ease the conflict between the two nuclear... powers. The pilot, identified as Wing Commander Abhinandan Varthaman, became the human face of the flare-up over the contested region of Kashmir following...
Billie Wayne Coble, 70, was the oldest inmate executed by Texas since the state resumed carrying out capital punishment in 1982
The brothers involved in the Jussie Smollett case, Olabinjo (“Ola”) and Abimbola (“Abel”) Osundairo, have released a new statement through their lawyer Gloria Schmidt, expressing “tremendous... regret” for their participation. “My clients have tremendous regret over their involvement in this situation, and they understand how it has impacted people across the nation, particularly minority communities and especially those who have been victims of hate crimes themselves,” Schmidt said in a statement provided to TheWrap on Thursday night. TheWrap reached out to Schmidt immediately after we received the statement to ask if the brothers still fully maintain their story that Smollett paid them to stage an assault in Chicago on Jan. 29. Schmidt did not respond to our question. Reps...
The House Oversight Committee chairman says the White House hasn't been cooperative in a growing probe of security clearances given to members of Trump's Administration.
Doctors Without Borders said they will suspend operations of several Ebola clinics in Eastern Congo following a series of attacks in recent days.
The days when offering a yoga class made a store stand out are long gone. Retailers such as Goop and Bandier are mixing apparel, beauty, food and experiences to pitch themselves to the wellness crowd.
(Warning: This post contains major spoilers for Wednesday’s Season 1 finale of “The Masked Singer.”) “The Masked Singer” aired its Season 1 finale tonight, revealing that the winner of the... Golden Mask trophy was the Monster and that the Monster was T-Pain. We spoke with executive producer Craig Plestis the mastermind behind Fox’s oddball celebrity singing competition series — which is based on a popular Korean format — about the big reveal and his plans for the second season. TheWrap: What are your thoughts on the final three? Craig Plestis: Each of them had a reason why they wanted to do it. They all wanted to prove something to themselves and to the world, from Bee to Peacock, but especially Monster because he was always known throughout his whole career as someone who...
A coast guard officer accused of planning a domestic terror attack targeting prominent Democrats was indicted Wednesday with gun and drug charges.
People involved in crimes rarely testify against co-conspirators from the goodness of their hearts. That doesn't mean what Cohen has to say is untrue.
A man who ran an amateur museum out of his Indiana home kept a collection of thousands of stolen Native American bones, officials revealed this week. Federal investigators probed the trove of 42,000... relics belonging to Don Miller, who died in in 2015, because they suspected many of the items were obtained in violation of...