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Trump slams 'critics' in his first commencement address as president

And he says the more that people say something can't be done, "the more you should be absolutely determined to prove them wrong". Before Trump's speech, Falwell in his address commented that Trump's presidency has benefited the Christian community in the US and presented the president with an honorary Doctorate of Law degree. Read More »

James Gunn on Watchers, Infinity War and More!

Not only did the film out perform its predecessor, but it is on track to be one of the biggest performers for 2017. Meanwhile, the Tollywood film Baahubali 2: The Conclusion took in another $3.2 million to bring its total gross to $16.2 million. Read More »

Trump says he did not ask Comey for his loyalty -Fox News

Apparently angered by criticism of the different accounts of the sacking, Mr Trump used another of his tweets on Friday to say: "As a very active President with lots of things happening, it is not possible for my surrogates to stand at podium with flawless accuracy!" "Should have never exonerated her". Read More »

Stars go for bold, barmy and lovely looks at the Met Gala

Kendall Jenner was practically naked in her see-through La Perla dress, and her close friend Bella Hadid wore a sheer and backless bodysuit by Alexander Wang . The remaining chairman is American Vogue editor-in-chief Anna Wintour, who had the final say over all the attendees. The theme of this year's fête was "Rei Kawakubo/Comme des Garçons: Art Of The In-Between", honoring Comme des Garçons designer Rei Kawakubo, whose creations are best known for their quirky, architectural designs. Read More »

Hamilton back on top in Spain


Sebastian Vettel now leads the title race and is 13 points ahead of Lewis Hamilton , but the victory for the Finn in round four keeps it interesting and means we've already had three different winners from the opening four races. "It's basically like time , like a token of time , you put it on the auto and you get that tenth or two usually, and that's what we are seeing today". Read More »

Trump suggests WH 'not have press conferences' unless he does them himself

Thursday: "Oh, I was going fire regardless of recommendation. he made a recommendation, he's highly respected, very good guy, very smart guy, the Democrats like him, the Republicans like him, he made a recommendation but regardless of recommendation I was going to fire Comey", Trump said in an interview with NBC's Lester Holt. Read More »

Cyber Attack at UK NHS, Doctors blocked from accessing patient file


Cyber extortionists tricked victims into opening malicious malware attachments to spam emails that appeared to contain invoices, job offers, security warnings and other legitimate files. Portugal Telecom, delivery company FedEx, a Swedish local authority and Megafon, the second largest mobile phone network in Russian Federation, also said they had been affected. Read More »

NBC Uncancels Timeless, Says Writer Eric Kripke


Coincidentally - or not - both of them and Timeless come from Sony Pictures TV, whose executives had worked hard over the past few days to find a new home for the NBC drama. Timeless becomes the lone time-travel show to survive the freshman bloodbath. Television to succeed as neither is vertically aligned with a Big Four broadcast network. Read More »

Poll gives UK Conservatives big lead ahead of June election


However, the Labour leader came unstuck when quizzed by journalists about whether he would be prepared to use the country's Trident nuclear deterrent. Mr Corbyn began by criticising Western interference in countries such as Afghanistan, Somalia and Yemen, describing "regime change wars" in Iraq, Libya, and Syria as a failure that have "made the world a more risky place". Read More »

Japan Aso says gradually seeing the course of US policies

The head of International Monetary Fund, Christine Lagarde, has previously said that one of the biggest risks facing the global economy is "the sword of protectionism hanging over global trade". That divergence augurs for potential disagreements when the nations' leaders gather in Sicily later this month - an event which marks Trump's first major worldwide summit as U.S. Read More »

Guardians of the Galaxy 2 Crushes Weekend Box Office with $145M

The " Guardians " sequel also topped the domestic debut of Gunn's original 2014 hit by almost 54 percent. It is expected to surpass the lifetime gross of at least half of the Marvel catalog by its second weekend in the USA market, where it will nearly certainly retain its place at number one. Read More »

Armed inmate at Illinois hospital holding 1 person hostage


Delnor Hospital, in the suburban city of Geneva, Illinois, was closed to the public during the incident, according to a statement on the city's website. The rest of the hospital remains open. Ambulances were on standby for anyone who arrives at the hospital in need urgent care, city spokesman Kevin Stahr said. Read More »

Spicer defends time gap before White House acted on Michael Flynn


Former Acting Attorney General Sally Yates testifies about potential Russian interference in the presidential election before the Senate Judiciary Committee on Capitol Hill on May 8, 2017 in Washington . Senators of both parties have a higher obligation to their country here, even if their investigations - notably from North Carolina's Sen. "In the over 200 years of the Department of Justice history, are you aware of any instance in which the Department of Justice has formally approved ... Read More »

Charlie Hunnam was offered a part in 'Game Of Thrones'


This summer is already promising to be action-packed and full of adventure, with King Arthur and its half-real, half-fantasy setting leading the pack. He told the Press Association: "I would recruit Santa Claus, Elon Musk (the chief executive of Tesla and SpaceX), Conor McGregor (the UFC champion) and Guy Ritchie ". Read More »

Big boss Bill Shine is out


The move may help quiet criticism that Fox was doing too little to clean up its ranks after Ailes' departure, despite a pledge from Lachlan and James Murdoch, Rupert Murdoch's sons who run 21st Century Fox , to "maintaining a work environment based on trust and respect". Read More »

Rep. Charlie Dent deserves thanks for opposing GOP health care bill

Then in one of the more hypocritical moves I've seen in a while the House passed a bill without any public hearings but most likely without most of the Republican caucus knowing what they voted for. All 52 of them discuss the measure at three party lunches weekly. I'd wager that of the 217 Republicans (including Rep. Kevin Cramer, R-N.D.) who voted for this bill less than 20 had actually read it or knew what was in it. Read More »

Auburn completes 2018 non-conference football schedule

The Flames are slated to play as an independent, it's an odd move becuse usually teams have needed an invite from an FBS conference. Liberty was founded in 1971 and began playing football in 1973. "Furthermore, we were able to maintain our current relationship with in state opponents, Virginia and VMI, respectively". Liberty, which is making the jump from the FCS to the FBS in 2018, joins Washington, Southern Miss and Alabama State on Auburn's 2018 nonconference schedule. Read More »

Nigeria To 'Soon' Invite Boxing World Heavyweight Champion, Anthony Joshua


The minister congratulated British professional boxer of Nigerian descent for defeating Ukranian Wladimir Klitschko to become the unified World Heavyweight champion. "We all saw [his career] had a life and death situation against Klitschko, but Klitschko couldn't land a glove on me". "I remember Josh saying to me a long time ago, "I'll look after you", but you don't expect this". Read More »

Donald Trump threatens to cancel press briefings for 'sake of accuracy'

Senior White House officials, however, told NBC that while Trump was "weighing" a visit to the Federal Bureau of Investigation building, the details were still being worked out in the morning. "There's no good time to fire, by the way". "There was no evidence that rose to that level, at that time, that found its way in to the intelligence community assessment, which we had pretty high confidence in", the former director of national intelligence said of collusion between Trump campaign ... Read More »

Missionaries at North Korea's Universities

Choe Son Hui, North Korea's foreign ministry director general for US affairs, made the comment to reporters in Beijing as she was travelling home from Norway, Yonhap said. Trump didn't make clear what those circumstances would be, naturally, but did appear to reject the need for talks in the near term, bragging that he's handling North Korea "very well, very firmly" without diplomacy. Read More »

Donald Trump considers abolishing daily White House press briefing

Press Secretary Sean Spicer was given several opportunities Friday to deny that President Trump is secretly recording conversations that occur in the White House. "I believe that is very likely that that takes place sometime in the next few days", Sanders said when asked about a potential visit. "Here's what Democrats said not long ago about Comey: Harry Reid said Comey should resign and be investigated by the Senate; Sen". Read More »

John Stewart teases Stephen Colbert for his 'pottymouth' on The Late Show


Last night, Jon Stewart was on the Late Show which, as you know is now hosted by his protege, Stephen Colbert . 'We should get him something special. "Does everything have to be about him?" said Colbert said, imitating Trump again by saying, "While I greatly appreciate you telling me that I am an awesome lover, I am leaving you for a younger woman on the advice of the Department of Justice". Read More »

I Asked And Comey Said Three Times, No FBI Investigation Into Trump

Trump had made the claim in his letter firing Comey as a sort of weird aside - as the rationale for removing the FBI director was purportedly not in relation to any probe that might touch the president but instead because of Comey's handling of the investigation into Hillary Clinton's use of a private email server. Read More »

Rare handwritten Harry Potter prequel stolen in robbery

They also report that J.K. Rowling left a note at the end of the Harry Potter prequel. Investigating officer Paul Jauncey appealed to any Potter fans who see the story or are offered it for sale to contact police. The postcard is signed by Rowling and, according to CNN , graced with this postscript: "From the prequel I am not working on - but that was fun!" Rowling sold the manuscript at a charity auction in 2008. Read More »