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Labour climbs to highest poll rating since start of election campaign


Corbyn added that he was prepared to negotiate with ISIS, and accepts that "military action under worldwide law is a genuine last resort [and] is in some circumstances necessary". "They have not increased our security at home - rather the opposite - and they have caused destabilisation and devastation overseas". "So no more hand holding with Donald Trump - a Labour government will conduct a robust and independent foreign policy made in London". Read More »

Former 'Nashville' Star Powers Boothe Dies at 68


Early in his career, Boothe gained great acclaim and an Emmy Award for playing infamous cult leader Jim Jones in the 1980 television movie " Guyana Tragedy". His family is also considering a memorial celebration in his honor for a future date. Boothe's reps are also encouraging anyone moved by the star's life and work to donate to the Gary Sinise Foundation , which honors veterans, first-responders, and their families. Read More »

Rep. Al Green heads to house floor to call for impeachment of

They could threaten to do plenty of other damage to him without playing the impeachment card, whether it's insisting on making his income tax returns public or (finally!) forming a select committee to look into the Trump-Russia scandal. A Paddy Power spokesman told me they've slashed the odds on Trump being impeached from 10/1 at the time of inauguration. Impeachment is the official process by which formal charges are brought against a civil officer of government for any alleged crimes. Read More »

You could score a box of marshmallows-only Lucky Charms


So, when I heard that Lucky Charms was bringing back their limited edition Marshmallow Only boxes, I couldn't help but wonder how my time might have been better spent throughout my childhood. Users can then enter the 14-digit code at MarshmallowOnly.com to see if they are one of 10,000 winners. "Fans of Lucky Charms are obsessed with our marshmallows", Priscilla Zee, senior General Mills marketing manager, said. Read More »

Nick Carter joins ABC's 'Boy Band'


Rita Ora has been tapped to host. The announcements will be made Tuesday at ABC's upfront presentation, which is also when executives will tout to advertisers the other singing competition coming to the network: "American Idol". Performers will compete for spots in a band with a recording contract at Hollywood Records, with viewers voting live at home for their five favorite potential members. Read More »

Israel lauds United States security ties following Trump disclosures


USA intelligence-sharing agreements include the Five Eyes program with Canada, Australia, Britain and New Zealand. Meanwhile the White House, which had tried to hose down the story yesterday, has changed tactics. Shortly after the news broke Tuesday that the intelligence Trump shared came from Israel, Trump spoke by phone with Netanyahu. When asked by reporters about the controversy, Trump said the talks focused on cooperation in fighting terrorism, declaring "we're gonna have a lot of ... Read More »

Putin says he can prove Trump did not give secrets to Russian Federation


Speaking at a press conference, Putin said the transcript could be provided "if the United States administration finds it appropriate". "I'll be forced to issue him with a reprimand because he did not share these secrets with us". Putin slammed critics who spread allegations about Trump's ties with Russian Federation. "They either don't understand that they are hurting their own country, and then they are simply dumb, or they understand everything and then they are risky and corrupt", Putin ... Read More »

Warner's 'King Arthur' Could Be a Huge Box Office Flop


The biggest news this weekend is the disappointing box office results from KING ARTHUR: LEGEND OF THE SWORD, which will be debated for a while because it's not every day you see a major blockbuster film do so poorly at the weekend box office. Read More »

No French Open Wild Card for Sharapova

Bouchard said she had "a lot of players coming up to me privately, wishing me good luck", without naming who those players were. The five-time Grand Slam victor was due to find out yesterday if she will receive a wildcard entry into this month's French Open . Read More »

Trump extols 'religious freedom' order at Liberty University


For example, he said that in America, people do not worship government. "We don't need a lecture from Washington on how to lead our lives". In his first graduation address as President, Donald Trump told the students of the Liberty University to be unafraid in challenging the deep-seated interests and "failed power structures". Read More »

Scott Disick is now dating a VERY famous actress


The 33-year-old reality TV star and the 19-year-old actress had dinner together at West Hollywood restaurant Catch , before heading to celeb hotspot The Nice Guy where they enjoyed even more food, a source told Entertainment Tonight . "What if I kiss a girl and she's like 'Oh, I'm just your friend dude, I can't believe you just crossed that boundary.' I'm confused on what they want from me". Read More »

Trump's leak to Russian Federation endangers Israeli spy's life


Of course, by confirming The Washington Post story about relaying secret intelligence to the Russians, Trump made a fool of his own staff who had denied the story, especially his current National Security Advisor HR Macmaster, who said: "The story that came out tonight as reported is false". Read More »

Britain's Labour launches 'radical, responsible' election manifesto

The Institute for Fiscal Studies said previously about proposals to reintroduce the 50p top tax rate that it would only bring in £100m. But Labour member Catherine Gomersall said cuts rolled out by the government since the 2015 national election would push people to vote for the opposition. Read More »

President Trump, Sean Spicer are the 'stars' on a new 'SNL'


McCarthy, who was also this week's show host, trolled Spicer from the jump showing him hiding in the bushes outside the White House. Melissa McCarthy's return as Sean Spicer on Saturday Night Live provided a brief comic respite from a truly stressful week in political spin. Read More »

The Witcher TV series in the works at Netflix


The Witcher series is being turned into an English language Netflix drama by CG visual effects company Platige Image S.A. Sapkowski has been critical of The Witcher series of games in the recent past, saying that they did not adhere to his vision of Geralt over the past thirty years. Read More »

Amy Schumer and Ben Hanisch split


Amy Schumer has been all over the world lately to promote her new movie Snatched , but one person has not been by her side, her boyfriend Ben Hanisch . When asked about their friendship, Goldie joked: "I think, as I look at Amy and I watch her, 'She could've been my daughter". I'm like, "That would be unbelievable and I definitely want that" and then other times, I'm like, "I don't know" and then there are so many options - there's adoption, there's your own. Read More »

Blake Lively to star in MMA action-drama 'Bruised'


Regardless of the outcome of that seemingly ill-fated remake, Cassavetes clearly still enjoyed the idea of doing something revolving around the world of mixed martial arts so he'll tackle this new film with Lively instead. Production is slated to begin in September this year. The 29-year-old actress was the star of the popular TV show " Gossip Girl " and has also featured in numerous movies over the years, including fronting last year's hit survival thriller, " The Shallows ", which raked in ... Read More »

Melissa McCarthy's Sean Spicer kisses Alec Baldwin's Trump on 'SNL'

That's when McCarthy-as-Spicer emerged from the bushes to show off the Spicer character viewers are familiar with: one who takes a fire-extinquisher to a "liar liar trousers on fire" reporter and who throws a pillar at another. And once Spicer and Trump are re-united (on a golf-course, where else?), there is really only one way for Trump to show just how much he cares about Spicer. Read More »

Miley Cyrus says she will 'never live down' THAT Wrecking Ball video

Which is really really weird! During an interview with Sirius FM, the Malibu star said: 'I think, know that everything is happening for the right reasons and I knew that when we weren't together for the first time. "I'm never living that down", Cyrus said. "So I was like my dad's personal McDonald's driver, and that's because we never have family dinner because he's always late and doesn't want to leave the house. Read More »

Kirsten Dunst Says It's Still 'Harder For Women' In Hollywood


Everyone likes our "Spider-Man". C'mon, am I right or what? "Listen, I'd rather be in the first ones than the new ones". Directed by Jon Watts, the film stars Tom Holland , Michael Keaton, Jacob Batalon, Laura Harrier, Zendaya, Tony Revolori, Donald Glover, Bokeem Woodbine, Michael Chernus, Kenneth Choi, Hannibal Buress, Martin Starr, Michael Barbieri, Angourie Rice, Abraham Attah, Tyne Daly, Marisa Tomei and Robert Downey Jr. Read More »

Cannes boss says cinemas right to object to Netflix' web-only movies

The Austrian Auteur Michael Haneke is favourite to win the Palme d'Or for a record-breaking third time for his latest film, Happy End . Grab your baguette and a glass of rosé, we've got Cannes' (likely) biggest hits below. She has two films in competition: The Killing of a Sacred Deer, from filmmaker Yorgos Lanthimos, and The Beguiled, which is Sofia Coppola's remake of the 1971 Civil War film starring Clint Eastwood. Read More »

Is King Arthur the year's biggest flop?


Currently, it has a 27% rating on Rotten Tomatoes. The film which cost $175 million to produce was expected to take a low $25 million at the domestic box office and ended up underperforming, earning a dismal total of $14.7 million in its opening weekend. Read More »

Motorsport weekend wrap: Hamilton edges Vettel in thrilling Spanish GP

The three-time Formula One world champion claimed a second victory of 2017 in Barcelona thanks to some inspired driving and excellent strategic decisions from Mercedes. Four-time title victor Vettel admitted he and Hamilton were "not best friends" but that he had "nothing to moan about" in the manner of defeat. Read More »