Former President Trump will soon be allowed back on Facebook and Instagram. A spokesperson for Meta, the social media platforms' parent company, said Trump's two-year suspension is over and his accounts will be reinstated in the coming weeks.
- Good Housekeeping
During a recent taping of 'Today With Hoda and Jenna,' NBC journalist Hoda Kotb called out Jenna Bush Hager for misunderstanding the topic discussed on the air.
Jessie James Decker took a brief break from her jam-packed schedule to enjoy some fun in the sun with her friends. See her bikini pic here.
Jessica Simpson Reveals How a 'Massive Movie Star' Tried to Seduce Her: 'I Thought I Would Never Share It!'
The singer and clothing designer writes about a world-famous actor who pursued her (though he wasn't single) in a new piece for Amazon Original Stories.
- Good Housekeeping
Christina Aguilera just dropped a topless photo on Instagram and she's super sculpted from her abs to her legs. Christina enjoys yoga for her mental health.
HBO's "The Last of Us" has already been renewed for a second season, but there's a chance that Bella Ramsey may not return as Ellie. Here's what we know.
Trump says that if he's reelected he won't use the powers of the presidency to punish his enemies, but adds that he'd be 'entitled to a revenge tour'
In an interview with Hugh Hewitt, Trump went on a tirade against news outlets that reported on Russian interference during the 2016 election.
"The Tonight Show" host also dropped the newly retired football star into a reality-TV series.
Andy Cohen shared an Instagram video of himself singing "Good Morning" to his daughter Lucy
Money can't buy sense, it seems.
On Monday, Dispatch revealed that the 37-year-old South Korean actor met his British wife, Katy Louise Saunders, in Italy a few years ago. In his hit K-drama series “Vincenzo,” released in 2021, Song plays a Korean Italian mafia lawyer named Vincenzo Cassano who “gives a conglomerate a taste of its own medicine with a side of justice.” For his role as Vincenzo, Song needed to speak Italian in several of the show’s scenes.
- In The Know by Yahoo
Traveler has to physically stop fellow passenger from opening his window mid-flight: 'The audacity of people'
There are a lot of unspoken airplane etiquette rules...
A restaurant in Japan says it will take legal action against a student who was videoed licking his fingers and then touching its conveyor belt sushi. The Instagram Stories video, which is no longer available for viewing, shows a young student directly licking a soy sauce bottle and a cup before placing it back. Anxiously looking around, the boy continues by sucking on his finger and using it to touch sushi circling on the conveyor belts.
- The Daily Beast
ReutersLess than a week after North Korea promised to “always stand in the same trench” with Russia, it seems even Pyongyang is losing faith in Vladimir Putin’s war machine.After promising last November to help Russia rebuild bombed out parts of occupied eastern Ukraine, North Korean authorities picked out laborers to send and then even recruited some more—but they have now thought better of sending them, according to Daily NK.“This is because they were going to rush the workers over if Russia q
- Business Insider
2 House Republicans caught saying Ilhan Omar removal was the 'stupidest vote in world' before begging reporters to not tell GOP leadership what they said
Two House Republicans blurted out what they really thought about Thursday's vote to oust Democratic Rep. Ilhan Omar in what they thought was private.
President Biden asked for military options after the balloon was spotted, according to defense officials
Sure, William Shakespeare could write a mean sonnet, but could he write a perfectly snarky message to put on a cake in order to troll their friend 6 feet under the ground? I don't think so!
Rep. David Cicilline (D-R.I.) spoke out against insurrection supporters during a long and chaotic debate in the House Judiciary Committee.
Scientists should study what makes Paddington 2 the perfect film.
- The Telegraph
It was one of the more intimate revelations in the Duke of Sussex’s memoir and one that, for many, raised more questions than it answered.
- The New York Times
KYIV, Ukraine — Andrew Milburn, a former American Marine colonel and leader of the Mozart Group, stood in a chilly meeting room on the second floor of an apartment building in Kyiv about to deliver some bad news. In front of him sat half a dozen men who had traveled to Ukraine on their own dime to work for him. “Guys, I’m gutted,” he said. “The Mozart Group is dead.” The men stared back at him with blank faces. Sign up for The Morning newsletter from the New York Times One asked as he walked tow