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Seth Rogen and James Corden Surprised Strangers with 'Mystery Pizza' Deliveries


Customers had the option of taking what they ordered or going with whatever's inside the mystery box. A "mystery box pizza" doesn't sound too appealing. Finally, Corden and Rogen arrive to the final apartment to find two customers preparing to throw a friend their 42nd birthday party. "We are going to throw you the most epic Instagram party in the world". Read More »

At Glastonbury, Depp asks about assassinating the president


The Hollywood star received a rapturous reception during the event at Cineramageddon - a drive-in cinema on the site in Somerset. Depp joked that his comments were "going to be in the press", saying, "it will be frightful". "It'll be awful", Depp said preemptively. "This is going to be in the press, and it'll be terrible, but I like that you're all a part of it". But I like that you are all part of it. Read More »

North Korea says Warmbier's death a 'mystery to us as well'

He was sentenced to 15 years of hard labour for trying to steal an item bearing a propaganda slogan from his hotel, North Korean state media said . He died on Monday . Sen. Fred Warmbier said Trump, who was "very candid" during the telephone call, told him Secretary of State Rex Tillerson and other USA officials worked hard to negotiate his son's release. Read More »

Grenfell Tower charity single claims top spot in the official singles chart

According to the Official Charts Company, a total of 170,000 sales have been recorded across digital and streaming, with just under 169,000 of those sales coming from downloads. After a fire at London's Grenfell Tower left an estimated 79 people dead June 14 , a number of musicians teamed up to cover Simon & Garfunkel's "Bridge Over Troubled Water" to benefit those affected by the tragedy. Read More »

In the stars: New John Green novel coming in October


Francesca Dow, Managing Director of Penguin Random House Children's United Kingdom, said , "A new book from John Green is cause for true celebration". Like Green's other books, Turtles All the Way Down will be published by Dutton, an imprint of Penguin, and will be edited by his longtime colleague Julie Strauss-Gabel, President and Publisher of Dutton Books for Young Readers. Read More »

Royal Family Attends Royal Ascot


Duchess of Cambridge Kate Middleton made all the sweet outfits and exciting mood for the Royal races at Ascot (Royal Ascot ), which was launched on 20 June. "She has a normal sense of humor which is really good for me because I've got a dead sense of humor, and things happened". "Thank goodness I'm not completely cut off from reality". Read More »

French raiders claim spoils at Royal Ascot


And yesterday she was attempting to become only the second female to ride a Royal Ascot victor, 30 years after Gay Kelleway won the Queen Alexandra Stakes on Sprowston Boy. Perhaps it was that subpar run that left many British bettors thinking Lady Aurelia had peaked very early in her career, but she hardly could have won the Giant's Causeway Stakes in April at Keeneland more easily, and had earned nothing but praise from Ward for her subsequent work for the King's Stand. Read More »

79 now believed to have died in London highrise fire

Dozens of people were still missing three days after the 24-storey Grenfell Tower was engulfed in flames, and worries over the safety of the apartment block's charred wreck has slowed the search for human remains. He said there are roughly 2,500 similar apartment towers throughout Britain. Greg Hands told Sky News that "my understanding is that the cladding that was reported was not in accordance with United Kingdom building regulations". Read More »

Jennifer Lopez Puts 'Photoshop' Accusers in Their Place


But exercise isn't just a physical activity for the mother-of-two, with the singer admitting in a previous interview that her daily workout sessions also contribute to a generally positive attitude towards life. Lopez shared sweet pics of the trip on Instagram as well, captioning the collection of images with the hashtag #baecation2017. She captioned it with a simple: "ayyyy". Read More »

US Democrats look to future after dispiriting loss in Georgia election


But his loss could serve as a wakeup call for liberals who think the Trump presidency is so disastrous that they're on track to win the House next year. Walk up the street and ask 10 people what the Democrats stand for, you'll get 10 different answers. - Millions of dollars were pumped into the 6th District race in Georgia by both parties. Read More »

London fire toll at 58, likely to rise

Flames engulfed the building in less than an hour early on June 14, trapping many residents before firefighters could reach them. The three photos show different views inside the charred, ruined wreck. New York City Fire Commissioner Daniel Nigro, whose department is among the most practiced in the world at fighting fires in tall buildings, says he believes in the stay-put policy but "what happened in London, in which a fire went from the fourth floor to the 21st floor in what we understand ... Read More »

Donald Trump's state visit to United Kingdom in doubt

Though the White House later denied the paper's report. Even before news of Prince Philip's illness, the government had announced that the speech would be delivered with less pageantry than usual as a result of the timing of the snap election . Read More »

Cosby's accuser denies romance before alleged assault


Cross-examination of Bill Cosby's accuser, Andrea Constand , resumed here Wednesday, following Tuesday's dramatic testimony of what she says the TV icon did to her on his couch more than 13 years ago. The two had met through Cosby's alma mater, Temple University, where Constand was on the basketball staff. Shortly after, she told him she had become "frozen" and incapacitated, she testified. Read More »

"Transformers: The Last Knight" Spoilers

The key to saving the future lies buried in the secrets of the past and the burden falls upon Cade Yeager ( Mark Wahlberg ), fan favourite Bumblebee , Anthony Hopkins , who plays Sir Edmund Burton, and an Oxford professor ( Laura Haddock ) to save the world. Read More »

Rep. Pete King: Georgia Win Should Tell Trump 'Don't Bother Tweeting'

Richmond said he understands the "unease" voiced by Pelosi's critics, noting that the Democrats haven't been in the majority since he joined Congress. Party leaders profess encouragement from the trends, but the latest losses mean they will have to rally donors and volunteers after a tough stretch of special elections. Read More »

British offer on citizens' rights is 'below expectations — European Union chief

Arriving for the second day of the summit on the anniversary of the June 23, 2016, referendum which paved the way for Brexit , Mrs May acknowledged that elements of her plans would be contested by the EU. "But the clear focus has to be on the future of the 27". But Mrs May set her face firmly against ECJ involvement, while suggesting that expats' rights could be protected by worldwide treaty. Read More »

Haunting: the first images from inside an annihilated Grenfell Tower


It's an increase from the previous number of 58. In the wake of the fire, it has emerged that the panels fitted to the outside of Grenfell Tower during a substantial refurbishment in 2011 were the cheaper flammable version, that cost £22 each, compared to the "fire-resistant" version which cost £24 each. Read More »

Spider-Man Cosplayers Take Over a Plane in Japan

I think Tom Hardy will really play that character with a lot of energy, a lot of life, and it could be a very cool movie". They're going to be a 15-year-old superhero. So she doesn't have friends. "I love the awkwardness and the amusing that comes out of those real moments in high school that we've all been through", she also said. Read More »

Police consider manslaughter charges over fire

Last Tuesday saw the tragic Grenfell Tower fire , with the number of people dead or missing presumed dead now rising to 79, and hundreds left homeless. She added that initial tests on equivalent aluminum composite tiles used as cladding in a recent refurbishment of the building had failed safety tests . Read More »

The Senate's Unaffordable Care Act

The Affordable Care Act requires that all insurance plans include certain benefits, such as maternity care and substance abuse services, but the Senate bill allow states to opt out of that requirement. Even more than the 720,000 he estimated would be without coverage based on his analysis of a bipartisan report on the health care bill passed by the House last month. Read More »



Discovery co-showrunners Aaron Harberts and Gretchen J. Berg said they chose to violate the rule to give the series more room to grow and evolve in the modern era. Shenzhou), Chris Obi (Klingon boss T'Kuvma), Doug Jones (Lieutenant Saru, Science Officer), Shazad Latif (Kol, protege to T'Kuvma), James Frain (Spock's dad, Sarek) and Rainn Wilson (Harry Mudd). Read More »

'Flower man' steals the show at cousin's wedding


A 2011 New York Times article looked at the emergence of flower men, and the increasing subversion of gender roles in weddings. Cousins Andria Farthing and Patrick Casey had fond memories of walking up the aisle together as flower girl and page boy when they were just nippers, so much so that Patrick was more than keen to do it all again at the next possible opportunity! Introducing Patrick Casey, the owner of a public relations firm in Appleton, Wisconsin. Read More »

It's 'Very Bothersome' That Comey And Mueller Are 'Good Friends'


The tale of mystery began last month, just days after Trump fired Comey, who was then leading an investigation into contacts before and after the election between the president's campaign and Russian officials. Ms. Sanders said that Mr. Trump had promised to deliver an answer on the existence of the tapes by the end of the week, and that he had delivered on that promise . Read More »