The UN. political chief says senior North Korea officials told him during his visit to the country last week "that it was important to prevent war" over its rapidly advancing nuclear and ballistic missile programs
Tana Mongeau, AKA Bella Thorne's current (past?) fling posted a screen shot of a message between her and Danielle Bregoli aka Bhad Bhabie. Although the message only contains emoji’s…Tana’s caption for the message is pretty telling.
The New England Patriots have reportedly signed former Browns and Rams wide receiver Kenny Britt to a two-year deal, NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport reports.
California and the Trump administration will square off before a U.S. judge who will decide whether to block new rules allowing more employers to opt out of birth control coverage for women
Some of Facebook's early friends are now its sharpest critics, accusing it and other social media giants of addicting their users and undermining democracy
Reading tweetstorms is about to become a whole lot easier. Coming off the heels of the controversial decision to expand its character limit, Twitter announced Tuesday that it will be rolling out a threads feature over the next few weeks. Threads, which the company describes as “stitching Tweets together to...
Among 10 Things to Know: Trump says female senator 'would do anything' for money; Tillerson softens US stance on possible talks with NKorea; some of Facebook's early friends now its sharpest critics.
Non-profit organization, Women To Look Up To, has literally made women to look up to. TC Newman (@PurpleTCNewman) gives you a look at their Christmas tree toppers in the shape of Hillary Clinton, Beyonce, and Serena Williams.
Recently Cole Sprouse sat down with one of his friends Duan Mackenzie for a personal one-on-one interview. During this interview we got a little more insight into what brought Cole to his other passion besides acting photography. Not only that, we learned what caused Cole to pick up a camera, and why his brother Dylan is so happy about it.
CNN White House correspondent Jim Acosta says President Trump's press secretary warned him not to ask Trump a question at a bill signing ceremony on Tuesday -- but he did anyway