Sally Field says Samantha Bee was wrong about Ivanka Trump, too nice

Actress Sally Field weighed in on Samantha Bee calling Ivanka Trump a “feckless c***” on her show, “Full Frontal With Samantha Bee,” on Wednesday night.

  • Duchess Meghan dazzles in her first royal gown for Fiji state reception
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    Duchess Meghan dazzles in her first royal gown for Fiji state reception

    The Duchess of Sussex has stepped out to attend a state reception in Fiji in a true show-stopper – her first ever royal gown! Wow. The mum-to-be looked incredible for the formal dinner, hosted by the President of Fiji at the Grand Pacific Hotel where the royal couple are staying. The beautiful shade is in fact thought to be a nod to the nation, with one guest noting the gown was clearly 'Fijian Blue, - a tribute to her hosts.

  • Jamal Khashoggi: Saudi journalist's body parts found, say Sky sources
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    Jamal Khashoggi: Saudi journalist's body parts found, say Sky sources

    Body parts belonging to murdered journalist Jamal Khashoggi have been found, according to two Sky sources. The sources have told Sky News the Saudi dissident had been "cut up" and his face "disfigured". It contradicts the explanation being made by Saudi officials that the body was rolled up in a carpet and handed to a local collaborator who was tasked with disposing of the evidence.

  • British couple from High Wycombe named as pensioners who died after driving caravan wrong way down motorway
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    British couple from High Wycombe named as pensioners who died after driving caravan wrong way down motorway

    An elderly couple killed while towing a caravan the wrong way along a motorway were "lovely, gentle people", neighbours said last night.

  • Strictly Come Dancing: The professional dancers and their sizzling romances
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    Strictly Come Dancing: The professional dancers and their sizzling romances

    With Strictly Come Dancing continuing to dominate our television screens and all the headlines, there are a number of professional dancers who have become some of our firm favourites. From Aljaz Skorjanec and Janette Manrara to Ola and James Jordan, take a look at these relationships... Aljaz and Janette are a huge hit with the viewers.

  • Strictly's Neil Jones shares sweet picture of morning cuddles
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    Strictly's Neil Jones shares sweet picture of morning cuddles

    Neil Jones has shared a sweet snap of himself enjoying morning cuddles with a very lucky lady in his life – his pet pooch, Crumbles! Sharing a photo of himself snuggling the adorable little dog, who is a mix of shitzu, poodle and Chihuahua, and wrote: "Morning cuddles." The professional Strictly dancer regularly shares snaps of his dog, and recently posted a photo of the puppy sat next to him after a workout, writing: "I love the Autumn Sun especially after a good workout and of course joined by @miss_crumblejones. Some would even say my hair colour is Autumn Sunset but I just call it Ginger  . The little dog even has her own Instagram page, where Neil and his wife, Katya Jones, regularly share photos of the pooch.

  • Another princess is joining Queen Maxima and Kate Middleton at state banquet – find out who
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    Another princess is joining Queen Maxima and Kate Middleton at state banquet – find out who

    The Queen is preparing to host a spectacular state banquet for the Dutch royals at Buckingham Palace on Tuesday evening. King Willem-Alexander and Queen Maxima of the Netherlands will be reunited with their sister-in-law Princess Mabel. Mabel is the widow of the king's brother Prince Friso, who sadly died five years ago following a ski accident.

  • Airbus A400M Shows Off Impressive 'Backflip Loops' at Air Show
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    Airbus A400M Shows Off Impressive 'Backflip Loops' at Air Show

    Crowds were treated to a memorable flight demonstration at the 2014 Farnborough International Airshow in Hampshire, United Kingdom. Plane enthusiast Tom Pipe captured this footage of an A400M performing some “backflip loops,” showing off exactly what the aircraft can do when pushed to its limits. “Airbus test pilot flying the A400 into vertical climbs, then turning the aircraft right over on its back, inverted, before swooping back down, bringing the aircraft the level flight, completing the ‘loop’,” said Tom. Credit: bobsurgranny via Storyful

  • Holly Willoughby reveals clever trick to balance busy career with family life
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    Holly Willoughby reveals clever trick to balance busy career with family life

    Holly Willoughby is incredibly busy Monday to Thursday, fronting popular ITV morning show This Morning alongside her partner in crime Phillip Schofield. The star's schedule is also loaded on Wednesday evenings filming Celebrity Juice together with Keith Lemon and Fearne Cotton and soon she will travel to Australia to co-present I'm a Celebrity… Get me Out of Here!, so how does the mum-of-three manage her busy career with family life? "It's not easy and there is no perfect recipe," Holly told HELLO! at an exclusive event celebrating Diet Coke's Because I Can campaign.

  • Corrie plans special episode around the Barlows and their secrets
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    Corrie plans special episode around the Barlows and their secrets

    Just four Weatherfield regulars will feature in the instalment.

  • Russia pledges 'balance' if U.S. quits nuclear pact; Trump eyes more weapons
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    Russia pledges 'balance' if U.S. quits nuclear pact; Trump eyes more weapons

    MOSCOW/WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Russia said on Monday it would be forced to respond in kind to restore the military balance with the United States if President Donald Trump carried through on a threat to quit a nuclear arms treaty and began developing new missiles. In Washington, the U.S. president reiterated his concern about the treaty and said the United States would build up its nuclear arsenal.

  • When do the clocks go back for winter? What time and date?
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    When do the clocks go back for winter? What time and date?

    It’s that time of year again when the clocks go back for winter, gifting people an extra hour in bed. It followed years of campaigning by builder William Willett who published a leaflet called “The Waste of Daylight”, arguing that moving the clocks back in the summer would save on energy costs and give people longer to enjoy outdoors. Daylight saving time (DST) was eventually introduced by the Government the year after Mr Willett died, in a bid to save fuel during the war.

  • Britain's highest paying degrees, according to graduate salary
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    Britain's highest paying degrees, according to graduate salary

    Asked which degree you should take for the highest graduate salary, you may well think of Oxbridge excellence in law or economics.

  • Fleetwood Mac tour 2019: How to get tickets
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    Fleetwood Mac tour 2019: How to get tickets

    Fleetwood Mac have announced a European tour for June 2019, with three exclusive performances currently revealed for London, Dublin and Berlin. The tour will feature the new line-up of Mick Fleetwood, John McVie, Stevie Nicks, and Christine McVie along with newcomers Mike Campbell and Neil Finn – following the departure of Lindsey Buckingham.

  • The Walking Dead season 9: Rick's downfall begins – and four other talking points from episode 3
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    The Walking Dead season 9: Rick's downfall begins – and four other talking points from episode 3

    Something staggering has happened with the ninth season of The Walking Dead – the show has become unmissable once again. Episode three, somewhat ironically titled “Warning Signs,” is the best Walking Dead episode in years. New showrunner Angela Kang has been writing episodes for this show since its second season, and it shows.

  • Best grammar schools in 2018 according to GCSE league tables
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    Best grammar schools in 2018 according to GCSE league tables

    The Tiffin Girls' School in Kingston upon Thames is at the top of the tree when it comes to GCSE performance among grammar schools.

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    Michael Stirling pleads guilty to murdering midwife Samantha Eastwood after affair

    A man has admitted murdering midwife Samantha Eastwood after a "longstanding" affair. Michael Stirling, 32, was accused of killing the Royal Stoke Hospital worker at some point between 26 July and 5 August at Baddeley Green, a residential area of Stoke-on-Trent. Stirling - the brother-in-law of Ms Eastwood's ex-fiance - pleaded guilty at Northampton Crown Court on Monday.

  • Taiwan driver granted bail after 18 killed in train crash
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    Taiwan driver granted bail after 18 killed in train crash

    The driver of a train that derailed in Taiwan killing 18 people and injuring 187, was granted bail on Tuesday after being detained in connection with the island's worst rail disaster in decades. The driver, You Zhen-zhong, 48, was granted bail of T$500,000 ($16,167) after he was detained for investigation, the Taiwan Railways Administration said. An initial inquiry found that speeding might have been the cause of the accident, the official Central News Agency said.

  • Eleven refugee children transferred from Nauru to Australia in one day
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    Eleven refugee children transferred from Nauru to Australia in one day

    Detainees at Nauru who cannot be treated at local clinics must be transported off the island, at great cost to Australia. Eleven children were transferred off Nauru to Australia on Monday, a Senate estimates hearing has been told, amid growing calls for all refugee children and families to be removed from the island. It brings the the number of children brought to Australia to 29 in just one week, leaving 55 still on Nauru.

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    Elon Musk says his transit test tunnel close to completion

    HAWTHORNE, Calif. (AP) — Elon Musk says he's planning to offer the public free rides through a tunnel he bored under a Los Angeles suburb to test a new type of transportation system.

  • NASA discovers HUGE perfectly rectangular iceberg floating in Antarctica
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    NASA discovers HUGE perfectly rectangular iceberg floating in Antarctica

    A gigantic and perfectly rectangular iceberg has been spotted in the Antarctic by NASA scientists. It was found off the east coast of the Antarctic Peninsula, near the Larsen C ice shelf, by scientists flying over the region. The iceberg’s sharp angles and flat surface suggest it was recently calved from the ice shelf, NASA Ice researchers said.

  • Emmerdale star Chris Bisson's missing cousin is found
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    Emmerdale star Chris Bisson's missing cousin is found

    The actor thanks his fans for their support.

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    Israel releases two Palestinian Authority officials from custody

    Israel on Monday released two Palestinian Authority officials who were detained at the weekend, police said, but gave no further details on the case. The two men who were taken into custody were Adnan Gheith, who holds the largely ceremonial post of Palestinian-appointed governor of Jerusalem, and Jihad Al-Faqeeh, the head of Palestinian intelligence in the city. Gheith's lawyer, Mohammed Mahmoud, said his client was ordered to stay away from Jerusalem, remain in home detention for seven days and pay a 20,000 shekel ($5,500) fine.

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    Gilberto Benetton, a founder of fashion brand, dies at 77

    MILAN (AP) — The Benetton fashion group has announced the death of Gilberto Benetton, one of the four founding siblings of the Italian brand known as much for its shock factor ad campaigns as its colorful knitwear. He was 77.

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    Launch of new iPhones helps chipmaker AMS's profit surge

    Austrian chipmaker AMS AG reported a 49 percent increase in its third-quarter core profit and gave an upbeat forecast for the next period, largely because Apple started mass production of new phones that include its sensors. In particular they hope for good sales of Apple's three new iPhones, which analysts think all include AMS's face recognition sensors. AMS does not identify its customers, but this was believed to be a reference to Apple.