While 'Squid Game' made history as expected, there were plenty of shockers — for better (Barack Obama, Quinta Brunson, Lizzo) or worse (Julia Roberts, Sean Penn, 'Star Wars' TV) — as Emmy nominations were announced.
The actor plays the former US President in a TV series.
In a new PSA first appearing on Yahoo News' TikTok, former President Barack Obama urges teens to seek out a COVID-19 vaccine. "It's the only way we're going to get back to all the things we love," says Obama, "from safely spending time with grandparents, to going to concerts and watching live sports."
Sean Penn says there’s “an awful lot to be optimistic about” with Donald Trump out of the White House, but he still worries about the culture which led to “this failed businessman turned fake billionaire on a TV show” becoming the president.
The former first lady is celebrating her birthday on Jan. 17.
He will address the awards ceremony in a pre-recorded message.
As college campuses across the country remain closed amid social distancing orders, graduating high school seniors and their families are stuck with a difficult question: Is college worth the price if classes are online? In turn, the American Council on Education predicts that fall enrollment could decrease by 15 percent or more, leaving colleges and universities with an estimated $23 billion in lost tuition. David Klein, CEO and co-founder of CommonBond, a finance company that specializes in affordable student loans, explains that there may, in fact, be a silver lining here — pressure to enroll students could force universities to address the college tuition crisis that existed long before the coronavirus.
Former US President Barack Obama shared a graph that he said showed why cancelling major events would help slow the spread of coronavirus.
United States House of Representatives Majority Whip and longtime party leader Jim Clyburn joins joins Yahoo News Editor in Chief Daniel Klaidman and Chief Investigative Correspondent Michael Isikoff to discuss his recent endorsement of Former Vice President Joe Biden for the Democratic Nomination. During the podcast interview, Clyburn called on former President Barack Obama to join him in endorsing Biden "at the proper time" — before July's Democratic National Convention in Milwaukee.
The comedian hit out at the term after seeing Molly-Mae Hague's Cleopatra outfit criticised.
The former prime minister has also taken aim at Boris Johnson and Michael Gove in his memoir.
Most admired on the planet: Bill Gates and Michelle Obama (AP) Michelle Obama and Bill Gates are the most admired people in the world, according to a new poll. The former US First Lady and Microsoft founder topped a YouGov survey of the most admired women and men on the planet. The top 10 women also featured Oprah Winfrey and Angelina Jolie in second and third places respectively. Last year, Jolie topped the poll with Michele Obama in second place.
The A-lister was in a fluster over a malfunctioning pool.
International Women's Day is here, and to mark the annual celebration of women around the world, Barack Obama tweeted an inspiring thread."On International Women's Day, I'm reflecting on the future we all want for our daughters: one where they can live out their aspirations without limits," the former president tweeted before most people had their morning coffee.Obama went on to say that he'd be celebrating today by highlighting "some of the women who are building that future for all of us today," and started a thread to highlight three women in particular.> On International Women's Day, I'm reflecting on the future we all want for our daughters: one where they can live out their aspirations without limits. And I'm celebrating some of the women who are building that future for all of us today.> > -- Barack Obama (@BarackObama) March 8, 2019SEE ALSO: Obama advises men to avoid toxic masculine behaviorFirst up, Obama Foundation Fellow and head of the Change.org Foundation, Preethi Herman. According to Obama, Herman is "helping women unleash their power to change their societies" and "leading an initiative that combines online tools with in-person organizing, giving women a voice in her native India--and beyond."> .@preethiherman is helping women unleash their power to change their societies. As head of the https://t.co/3RwHe5Razz Foundation, she's leading an initiative that combines online tools with in-person organizing, giving women a voice in her native India--and beyond. pic.twitter.com/TKuAKVL5Y1> > -- Barack Obama (@BarackObama) March 8, 2019He then highlighted the work of Alice Barbe, Obama Foundation Scholar and co-founder of Signa France, for embracing a shared humanity and "helping refugees resettle into welcoming communities in France, offering them job training and language immersion, as well as a place to stay."> .@BarbeAlice is helping refugees resettle into welcoming communities in France, offering them job training and language immersion, as well as a place to stay. More importantly, she's fighting a narrative that suggests our differences are more important than our shared humanity. pic.twitter.com/jNIiKIAZaO> > -- Barack Obama (@BarackObama) March 8, 2019Lastly, the Obama celebrated Sefora Kodjo and her efforts to help women leaders in Africa thrive. "Her organization is training and mentoring young women across the continent to adopt a new model of leadership, one that puts gender equality at the heart of economic development," he wrote.> And @SeforaKodjo is helping the next generation of women leaders in Africa rise up. Her organization is training and mentoring young women across the continent to adopt a new model of leadership, one that puts gender equality at the heart of economic development. pic.twitter.com/cRb4EKcrvv> > -- Barack Obama (@BarackObama) March 8, 2019Obama closed the thread by reiterating that these three women remind him what International Women's Day is all about: "Imagining a world free of artificial ceilings for the next generation -- and doing the hard work to get us there."> Preethi, Alice, and Sefora are just three of many @ObamaFoundation leaders who remind us what International Women's Day is all about: imagining a world free of artificial ceilings for the next generation--and doing the hard work to get us there.> > -- Barack Obama (@BarackObama) March 8, 2019Meanwhile, President Trump spent his morning tweeting about the wall, the media, immigration, "presidential harassment," a "witch hunt", and other topics unrelated to women. But after switching gears to tweet a statistic about women's unemployment, the president released a statement on International Women's Day.> On International Women's Day, we honor women worldwide for their vital role in shaping and strengthening our communities, families, governments, and businesses...https://t.co/VVnkuBPmhA> > -- Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) March 8, 2019While Trump did begin his statement by honoring women worldwide "for their vital role in shaping and strengthening our communities, families, governments, and businesses,"in the paragraphs that followed, he was sure to call attention to all the efforts he has made to help women.Maybe we can just let women have this one day. WATCH: 16 countries that have 'shattered that highest and hardest glass ceiling'
The first and second in line to the throne were reported to have ‘refused to attend’ a meeting with the President.
Barack Obama reportedly said Boris Johnson's comment referring to his race made him the UK's version of Donald Trump.
Some 63% of United Stated citizens believe Barack Obama did a good job as President.
The substance is thought to have been baby powder and sent in a letter from Hong Kong.
History will judge President Donald Trump badly, according to a majority of Americans in a new opinion poll
The claims were made by former Cameron aide Steve Hilton.
The former President called on more women being elected to public office after a string of sexual harassment claims made against high-profile men.
Sheep were already known to respond to familiar faces, both of other members of their own species and humans.
Barack Obama is a good sport, so naturally he's spent years putting up with fans who wanted to take selfies with him.
Former presidential adviser Jeremy Shapiro claimed the friendship between the two countries was “unrequited” - and was mocked when the cameras were turned off.
Hold up… did Barack Obama just reveal the sex of Beyoncé and Jay Z’s twins? Twitter believes he did.