Who Are The 5 Guantanamo Detainees Swapped In Exchange For Bergdahl?
According to a terrorism expert, the five Afghan detainees who were released from the Guantanamo Bay prison in Cuba Saturday could resume their previous roles as Taliban commanders. Evan Kohlmann. said "Looking at the profiles of these individuals, I think there’s a valid reason for concern about what lies in the near future." The men were flown off to Qatar in a C-17 aircraft Saturday as part of a controversial deal with the Taliban to secure the release of U.S.
John Kerry Files To Tel Aviv Despite FAA Ban
U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry has flown into Israel's main airport, despite a Federal Aviation Administration ban, as he continues to push for a cease-fire between Israel and Hamas. Kerry was planning to meet on Wednesday with Israel's prime minster, the Palestinian Authority's president, and the United Nations chief in a daylong visit to Jerusalem and Ramallah. Kerry flew into Tel Aviv on a military jet, a day after the FAA banned commercial flights into Ben-Gurion Airport.
Lane Takes 'The Nance' From Broadway To TV
Live from Lincoln Center turns 40 this year, and Nathan Lane is helping the show celebrate. On Oct. 10, Lane will repeat his Broadway role in The Nance. Written by Douglas Carter Beane, The Nance stars Lane as a gay burlesque comic in the '30s whose career is built on playing exaggeratedly feminine campy stereotypes. The TV production, Lane says, was shot over three days in front of live audiences.
What Martial Problems? Beyoncé Shares A Loving Family Photo Amidst All The Marriage Rumors!
Rumors, shumors! Despite the many reports of martial problems between the power couple, Beyonce and Jay Z are doing just fine! It is being said that Bey and Jay are having marriage problems and are current attending therapy sessions to maintain their relationship.
How To Download Apple OS X Yosemite Right Now
As promised, Apple is throwing open the doors on the beta program for OS X Yosemite. That means anyone with a compatible Mac can download and install a preview of the software, as long as they register. To get the preview, you'll need to sign up through the OS X Beta Program site. Once you've done that, Apple will email you instructions for downloading and installing the beta on your Mac.
Total Divas' Nikki Bella Suffers Nip Slip While Defending Sister Brie Bella On WWE Raw
Nikki Bella is living proof that she'll do anything for her twin...even risking a nip slip! The Total Divas star jumped in to defend sister Brie Bella during a heated confrontation with Stephanie McMahon on Monday Night Raw in Miami, Florida. Apparently, Nikki had enough after Stephanie slapped her sister across the face and threw her out of the ring! The series of events were spawned by Stephanie, who made a jab at Brie's husband, WWE Superstar Daniel Bryan.
Live: Apple's 3Q Earnings And Conference Call
Apple's fiscal third quarter ending in June is usually a quiet one for the company. New gadget releases and the strong holiday period are months behind it, and the next round of devices are still months away. Unlike the previous quarter, Apple isn’t staring down a possible revenue decline for the first time in a decade and neither is it facing concerns about sales of the iPhone, that free-flowing spigot of profit. A consensus of analysts surveyed by Thomson Reuters expect Apple to report profit of $7.49 billion on revenue of $37.98 billion.
Beyoncé Shares Photo Of Herself As Rosie The Riveter
Beyoncé is getting her feminist on in her latest Instagram snapshot. The "Drunk in Love" singer posted a photo of her dressed as Rosie the Riveter earlier this morning looking every bit the diva that she is. The signature slogan, "We Can Do It!" was posted in the background and mimicked the famous World War II poster perfectly. The songstress is currently traveling across the country with her husband Jay Z for their joint On the Road Tour. The two most recently played a show in Bey's hometown of Houston, where they enjoyed a night at the roller rink with friends during their downtime.
Tim Cook On Apple's IPad Declines: 'This Isn't Something That Worries Us'
Apple’s strong quarterly results contains one major blemish: sinking iPad sales. While the iPhone and Mac computer registered growth of more than 10%, iPad sales fell 9% in unit terms to 13.3 million units – coming up well short of analysts’ expectations of 14.4 million units. Apple Chief Executive Tim Cook said the iPad figures were in line with what the company had expected.
Michael Bloomberg Flying To Israel To Protest Flight Restrictions
Former New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg said Tuesday he will be flying to Tel Aviv to protest the recent flight restrictions and show it's safe to fly in and out of Israel. In a statement issued Bloomberg said, "The flight restrictions are a mistake that hands Hamas an undeserved victory and should be lifted immediately. I strongly urge the FAA to reverse course and permit US airlines to fly to Israel." The Federal Aviation Administration banned U.S. carriers from flying to or from the Ben Gurion International Airport in Tel Aviv Tuesday. The ban came after a rocket fired from Gaza exploded near the airport on that day, prompting several U.S. airlines, including Delta, US Airways and United, to cancel their flights to Israel.