People are sure she’s being undermarked.
Things are heating up between Kaley Cuoco and Karl Cook. The couple started dating in March, and according to a new report The Big Bang Theory star is "super smitten" by her equestrian boyfriend and has fallen "head over heels" in love.
By John Walcott WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. intelligence analysts have concluded that Russia intervened in the 2016 election to help President-elect Donald Trump win the White House, and not just to undermine confidence in the U.S. electoral system, a senior U.S. official said on Friday. U.S. intelligence agencies have assessed that as the 2016 presidential campaign progressed, Russian government officials devoted increasing attention to assisting Trump's effort to win the election, the U.S. official familiar with the finding told Reuters on Friday night, speaking on condition of anonymity. The president-elect's transition office released a statement that exaggerated his margin of victory and attacked the U.S. intelligence community that Trump will soon command, but did not address the analysts' conclusion.
The singer blew a kiss up to the ceiling following the performance.
A manhunt is underway after a British holidaymaker died following a fight outside a bar in Costa del Sol.
X Factory history shows that success doesn’t always come in the shape of a Syco record deal.
Fraudsters are targeting Amazon shoppers in the US, UK and Australia this holiday season with a new "authentic-looking" phishing scam that attempts to steal users' personal and bank details. The fraudulent email, which has been sent to thousands of consumers, includes the subject line: "You Amazon.com order cannot be shipped." It also asks them to confirm "certain information" by clicking on a link, noting that they will lose access to their Amazon account and will be unable to place any future orders if they fail to do so. After plugging in their personal details and clicking the "Save & Continue" button, consumers are then automatically redirected to Amazon's official website, making it increasingly difficult for consumers to realise they have been duped.
Patti Smith has given a stumbling performance of Bob Dylan's A Hard Rain's A-Gonna Fall at a gala ceremony for Nobel laureates.
Opponents to Britain leaving the European Union will launch a fresh legal action this week, which could further hamper Prime Minister Theresa May's Brexit plans, The Sunday Times reported. The newspaper said campaigners will write to the UK government on Monday saying they are taking it to the High Court in an effort to keep Britain in the single market. It said the claimants will seek a judicial review in an attempt to give MPs a new power of veto over the terms on which Britain leaves the EU.
They celebrated at a family party in Los Angeles.
The shih tzu has been named Kain by the RSPCA officers looking after him at Woodside Animal Centre in Braunstone Frith, Leicester. Inspector Sally Kearns said: “Poor Kain was in such a state when he was found by a member of public – he has clearly not been cared for in some time.
This homeless cat is struggling to find a new family for Christmas – because she’s cross-eyed. Bob used to live above a newsagents with her owner until he disappeared in the middle of the night two years ago. Since then staff at McColl’s newsagents in Jubilee Crescent, Coventry, have let her sleep outside the shop and have even built a little hut especially for the lonely feline.
Kim Kardashian and Kanye West are reportedly having a tough time following the Paris robbery and the rapper's recent breakdown. The couple were even hit by divorce rumours, which were promptly debunked. Kanye has been stressed about the diagnosis and that was part of what is to blame for his demise [sic]," an insider told Radar.
It doesn’t look like Blac Chyna’s mother – Tokyo Toni (what a name) – will be invited round to the Kardashian’s for Christmas this year, after going IN on the three sisters following their attempts to block Chyna’s copyright application.
The driver of this car had a miraculous escape after walking with only cuts to his head.
He was the Sunday Times’ popular restaurant critic.
People are not happy about the scoring.
The X Factor final is finally upon us; the last three acts, Matt Terry, 5 After Midnight and Saara Alto will take to the stage at Wembley Arena this Saturday night (10 December) to sing for the last time before a winner is crowned.
The star hasn’t always been in such great shape.
Kelly Mantle has become the first gender fluid individual to qualify in both the male and female best acting categories. A former contestant on RuPaul's Drag Race, Mantle plays the supporting role of a transgender prostitute in Miguel Ali's Confessions Of A Womanizer. While filling the paperwork to qualify in the categories, the indie film's producers submitted the 40-year-old's name in both, the supporting actor and supporting actress categories.
Almost all the deaths happened within 48 hours of release.
Mexico’s Colima volcano spewed hot ash and lava down its flanks as new eruptions took place on Saturday, December 10, after increased activity over recent days. Colima is one of the most active volcanoes in North America. Credit: YouTube/webcamsdemexico via Storyful
A small glimmer of hope in a bleak year.
Russia appears to have snubbed a Japanese attempt at dog diplomacy by declining the gift of a puppy for President Vladimir Putin at a summit with Prime Minister Shinzo Abe. The Japanese government had planned to present Mr Putin, widely known to be a canine lover, with a male Akita as a "bridegroom" to Yume, a female of the same breed that Japan gave the Russian leader in 2012. "Unfortunately, we heard from our counterparts, and our hope to present a bridegroom was dashed," House of Representatives member Koichi Hagiuda said in a blog post on Friday.
Yahoo, which was in the limelight for revealing a massive hack on its users earlier this year, has fixed a highly critical cross-site scripting (XSS) security flaw in its email system that would have allowed attackers to access any email. The flaw was discovered and reported by Finland-based security researcher Jouko Pynnonen who earned $10,000 for the feat from Yahoo's bug bounty program. The flaw allowed an attacker to read a victim's email or create a virus infecting Yahoo Mail accounts among other things.