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Samantha Bee Viciously Revises Bill O'Reilly's Exit Statement


The former top-rated cable news host said in a statement , "It is tremendously disheartening that we part ways due to completely unfounded claims". Starting Monday, Carlson's show will be followed at 7 p.m. 21st Century Fox made the decision to let go of O'Reilly after mounting pressure from advertisers, many of whom pulled their ads from The O'Reilly Factor after the New York Times reported on April 1 that O'Reilly and the network paid up to $13 million in settlements over the past ... Read More »

The Rock WILL Return for Fast 9, Calls Truce with Vin Diesel


The latest " Fate of the Furious" cost $250 million and change to produce, that's a big difference from the " Furious 7 " $ 190 million , and it also a big increase from the first film's $38 million budget. "I don't think the world really realizes how close we are, in a weird way, ' the 49-year-old actor, who's played Dominic Toretto in the mega-successful street-racing series the past 16 years, told USA Today on Saturday". Read More »

Trump may miss deadline on Russian Federation report


Separately, a spokesperson for the National Security Council denied to Politico any involvement in a new report, as did Rudy Giuliani - who is advising Trump on private sector cybersecurity issues. The White House did not immediately respond to a request to comment. However, there was an executive order planned for February 2017 but the White House pulled it with no explanation. Read More »

Authorities say 5 dead in New York City fire


Public Advocate Letitia James was on the scene and said officials were awaiting the arrival of New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio to hold a news media briefing. The house next door was damaged in the fire. "It's an incredibly hard moment to see a family literally destroyed before their very eyes", Mayor Bill de Blasio said. Read More »

Kate Middleton admits being a new mum made her feel 'lonely'

Prince William and Kate Middleton, along with Prince Harry too, are doing their best to open themselves up and shed the "stiff upper lip" image. "I put that down to your really early years, childhood experience". "I think the whole country has shown a real appetite to want to talk about this". The video was shot at Kensington Palace on the afternoon of April 19. Read More »

Baby Naming Contest for April's Calf


The zoo is holding a contest to name the baby, charging $1 per vote, with proceeds being split among wild giraffe conservation efforts, zoo upgrades and support for families of children experiencing unexpected medical expenses. April gave birth to a boy calf last Saturday around 10:00 am ET. The proud papa, a 5-year-old giraffe named Oliver, watched from an adjacent pen. "You even get to decide your own spelling". Read More »

NZ sprinters erase memories of Rio Olympic silver

And after an epic 100-lap battle with American Sarah Hammer that left Barker at times sickly nervous she won gold in the women's 25km points race. Three laps later a burst of speed saw her finish sixth in the final sprint, six places clear of Hammer and more than enough to seal victory. Read More »

Starbucks' new American Cherry Pie Frappuccino available only in Japan


Now what about what Starbucks describes as that color changing spectacle of Purple and Pink that's topped off with whip cream-sprinkled pink and blue fairy powders? While Starbucks baristas are used to making Frappuccinos as part of their job, apparently the demand for the Unicorn Frappuccino has been so overwhelming that these workers are revolting against the new trend. Read More »

David Letterman To Induct Pearl Jam Into Rock & Roll Hall Of Fame


They are one of the most important artists of the past 25 years. They actually blew the roof off the place. "For two years I did a show without a roof over the **** theatre". Despite earlier reports , Steve Perry did not perform with the current Journey members. The reclusive frontman appeared onstage with his former bandmates as they each gave acceptance speeches . Read More »

Authorities say 5 feared dead in NYC fire


Further information on the fire and the deceased was not available Sunday afternoon. An FDNY spokesman also said there may be a sixth victim, but would not elaborate on the person's age or condition. A neighbor told the New York Post said she saw a baby who was very badly burned being carried from the home. Firefighters were seen carrying children out of the home. Read More »

Top 10 percent change advancing in Texas Senate


But while the bill provides schools an estimated $1.6 billion more in public education dollars, critics say it does very little to help economically-disadvantaged students. John Whitmire, D-Houston, was not present when the vote was taken. Campus carry laws would not be changed by the bill, said Republican Rep. Phil King. Read More »

Montana unemployment rate remains at 3.8 percent

The manufacturing sector, which has lost more than 35,000 jobs in the past 10 years, added 2,600 jobs since March last year, the third-highest increase in the state. Total employment in construction was estimated at 16,200 in March. TBy May 2008, the unemployment rate had risen to 4.7 percent. The rate was also 3.6 percent in March 2016. Read More »

Joss Whedon Shares His Thoughts on Casting 'Batgirl'


Recently, Whedon spoke about the process of finding the right woman to play Batgirl , and based on what he had to say you shouldn't expect a big name to step into the (traditionally) purple cowl of Batgirl . DC have been very eager with the movie announcements lately, and the latest on the slate is Batgirl , a Joss Whedon directed movie adapted from the New 52 iteration of the classic superhero. Read More »

Queen celebrates her 91st birthday


The queen has also an official birthday in June which is publicly marked with a large parade of soldiers through central London, known as Trooping the Colour. In 1947, she married Philip, Duke of Edinburgh, a former prince of Greece and Denmark, with whom she has four children: Charles, Prince of Wales; Anne, Princess Royal; Prince Andrew, Duke of York; and Prince Edward, Earl of Wessex. Read More »

The Fate of the Furious overtakes Star Wars with $700m debut

The eighth installment of " Fast and the Furious " is showing zero signs of holding up at the global box office as F Gary Gray's directorial raced to an earth-shattering 532 million Dollars global debut over Easter weekend, according to The Hollywood Reporter . Read More »

Erin Moran, Joanie in "Happy Days", dies in southern Indiana


Ron Howard and Henry Winkler have led the cast of Happy Days in paying tribute to former co-star Erin Moran . A combination of drinking and weird behavior eventually landed her in a trailer park in Indiana. Moran also appeared on the VH1 reality show Celebrity Fit Club in 2008. Howard shared his sadness about the news, tweeting: "RIP Erin ". Henry Winkler , who played the Fonz, and Howard were never part of the lawsuit. Read More »

3 officers wounded by gunfire after robbery


An SPD patrol auto camera captured the suspect fleeing into a loading dock with officers in pursuit, followed by an audible exchange of gunfire between the suspect and police on April 20, 2017 . Police later said the man was found dead inside the building. Police said his cause of death would be determined by the King County Medical Examiner. Read More »

Serena Williams confirms pregnancy, to take break from tennis


The confirmation came hours after Williams, due to regain to the world number one ranking next week, set off a day of frenzied speculation with a short-lived selfie posted on social media. Serena Williams' friends and fellow athletes like Andy Roddick, Chris Evert, Caroline Wozniacki and Angelique Kerber took to Twitter to wish the champion on her pregnancy. Read More »

Bill O'Reilly's worst week in Washington


The No Spin News Returns", reads a banner placed front-and-center on O'Reilly's website. His exit came nine months after his former boss, Fox News CEO Roger Ailes, was ousted following allegations of sexual harassment. O'Reilly has denied the claims since they resurfaced in a New York Times report early this month, arguing that his celebrity status makes him a "target" for such allegations. Read More »

Pence reaffirms US-Australia alliance, to honour refugee deal


Mike Pence reassured Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull that the United States would hold up its share of an agreement stuck by the Obama administration, even if it did not "admire" the deal. Turnbull echoed the sentiments, saying: "The eyes of the world are on Beijing". A majority of Australians view Trump unfavorably, and some critics of the president have urged Australia to distance itself from the favor of stronger ties with China. Read More »

Rosario's blast carries Twins by Tigers


Minnesota right-hander Justin Haley threw a 90 miles per hour fastball that hit Detroit's JaCoby Jones in the face early in the game on Saturday. Both Sano and Boyd were ejected from the game. Instead, Jorge Polanco hit a two-run double off Matt Boyd . Detroit Tigers first baseman Miguel Cabrera , a four-time Major League Baseball batting champion and two-time Most Valuable Player, went onto the 10-day disabled list Saturday with a strained groin. Read More »

Happy Days star Erin Moran dies aged 56


An autopsy is pending. Later, a growing up eager teen Joanie fell for Fonzie's cousin Chachi, played by Scott Baio, hence the short-lived spinoff. Don Most , best known as Ralph Malph, said in a statement after news broke of Moran's death: "I am so incredibly sad to hear about Erin ". Read More »

Was fascinated by superheroes as a kid: Prabhas


The advance booking for director SS Rajamouli's Baahubali 2 has begun across the country on a tremendous note, especially in Telugu states and Kerala. The film, about the battle between two warring brothers for an ancient kingdom, will release in Telugu, Hindi, Tamil and Malayalam. The second part of the Baahubali franchise has been made on a budget of Rs 200 crore. Read More »