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WWE Extreme Rules Sunday, Coverage On Wrestle Newz


I'm rooting for Joe vs. Lesnar because of the MMA-like match these two would put on. MATTHEW BYER: This seems to be WWE exploring whether after the WrestleMania match of Cena and Nikki Bella versus The Miz and Maryse there is an appetite for more Mixed Tag Team matches . Read More »

British PM, rival face angry voters as election nears


Support for May's Conservatives hasn't come down from 45 percent. He has seemed more human, honest and open than Mrs May. Sanders, whose narrowly failed bid for the Democratic nomination helped electrify the 2016 race for the White House , was rapturously received by the Brighton crowd, who warmed to his arguments that Britain and America both needed radical political reform to tackle a host of shared challenges. Read More »

London Bridge vehicle attack, nearby stabbings 'terrorist incidents,' police say

Prime Minister Theresa May confirmed the attack "is being treated as a potential act of terrorism" and said her thoughts were with "those who are caught up in these terrible events". There are loads of city police officers helping and boats on the Thames searching". It was the deadliest attack on British soil since a Pan Am airliner blew up over the Scottish town of Lockerbie, killing a total of 270 people including 11 on the ground, in 1988. Read More »

Oracle beats Kiwis in Bermuda for America's Cup bonus point

Holders Oracle and in-form Emirates Team New Zealand tightened their grip on the America's Cup qualifiers on Thursday. It would now seem the Land Rover BAR has sufficient points with her win today, her other two wins in the regatta and her two bonus points from the America's Cup World Series to join Emirates Team New Zealand in the play-offs. Read More »

Local bounty hunters killed in shootout at East Texas dealership

Police have released cellphone video of the deadly shootout at a Texas vehicle dealership Tuesday that left three people dead. The bounty hunters were Corpus Christi residents Gabriel Bernal, 33, and Fidel Garcia, 54. "That's the problem with some bounty hunters out there, because they are not law enforcement trained", Schulte. Three Democratic governors say they won't let the United States back away from the global commitment to reduce greenhouse gas emissions despite President Donald ... Read More »

Oklahoma tween ventriloquist wows 'America's Got Talent'


As it turns out, everything went right with her rendition of "Summertime," which she belted out with help from her rabbit puppet named Petunia . Most recently, she asked her parents to bring her to the " America's Got Talent " Season 12 auditions in Austin, Texas, and all of their efforts paid off. Read More »

Foo Fighters are back with a brand new track, 'Run'


The track is called " Run ", and there's even a music video to go with it. The band released an EP, Saint Cecilia , in late 2015 as a free download dedicated to the victims of the attack on Paris. If " Run " is any indication, their upcoming album, which is now untitled, is a return to full-speed-ahead rock. " Run " is the Foo Fighters' first release since they shared a skit dispelling rumors the band was breaking up following Grohl's solo performances at the Grammys and Academy ... Read More »

Ariana Grande benefit concert sells out in 6 minutes


The "One Love Manchester" gig at the city's Old Trafford cricket ground has already attracted a stellar line-up including Katy Perry, Coldplay, Justin Bieber, Pharrell Williams, Miley Cyrus, Take That, Usher, Little Mix and One Direction's Niall Horan. Read More »

'Pirates of the Caribbean' tops box office, 'Baywatch' sinks

For its first four days of worldwide release, Variety expects sales to top $300 million. All is not lost for the Pirates franchise , though, as overseas box office numbers have been much more promising than here in the states. The Fox film, starring Michael Fassbender, Noomi Rapace and Billy Crudup in the tale of a spaceship landing on a planet that seems idyllic - until aliens attack - netted US$13.4 million. Read More »

Gal Gadot's 'Wonder Woman' is Banned in Lebanon

The new Wonder Woman film has been banned in Lebanon - because the lead actress is Israeli. The Campaign to Boycott Supports of Israel-Lebanon, which vocally opposed the movie and encouraged the boycott, praised the government for banning the "israeli [sic] Soldier [sic] film". Read More »

Trump's communications director set to leave White House - Trump adviser

Monday's ceremony at Arlington Ceremony marked Mr Trump's first public appearance since returning to Washington from a nine-day foreign trip. Mike Dubke confirmed his resignation as White House communications director Tuesday. The President fired off a tweet Tuesday morning hitting Germany for its financial problems, after German Chancellor Angela Merkel spent the previous two days warning that Trump was breaking the bond between the two nations. Read More »

Trump Pays Tribute To Fallen US Heroes


He said Arlington County and Virginia must sell the land to the cemetery, and he called on Congress to support the plans. A 21-gun salute greeted him on his arrival. "My dad was World War II and he passed in 1998", said Nadine Rector Johnson, who attended the Memorial Day program with family. Dole, 93, rose from his wheelchair to acknowledge the applause. Read More »

Priyanka Chopra on playing the villain in 'Baywatch'

When Victoria announces, "I'm not a James Bond villain - yet!" is that Chopra's shout-out to board the 007 series? Priyanka styled her medium-length lock straight, and for make-up, went with a natural, smokey eye and nude mauve lip. However, even though critics have disliked Baywatch , nearly everyone have praised Priyanka Chopra . While Baywatch is releasing in India on June 2, the world has already seen it. Read More »

Cher has led the tributes to Gregg Allman


Obviously the Allman Brothers were becoming enormous before I even moved to America. Through many personnel changes, The Allman Brothers Band put out many albums and performed thousand of concerts. "That was something that was absent when I was growing up and it's important to mend fences now in our relationship". I said why the hell do we have to go to Miama. Read More »

Another Trump Associate Refuses To Cooperate In Russia Investigation

The Washington Post reported last week that Trump's son-in-law, Jared Kushner , was being investigated for his alleged connections to Russian Federation. Richard Burr and Democratic Sen. He is not the first Trump associate to refuse Congressional cooperation. "If I am subpoenaed to testify I will comply - and gladly - as I have nothing to hide", Cohen said. Read More »

Monday Morning Mig: Cloud Computing's Impressive Preakness Win


The 142 Preakness Stakes on Saturday was supposed to be a two-horse race. Ridden by Javier Castellano , the 13-1 long shot horse ran 1 3/16 miles in 1:55.98. Cloud Computing was prepped for racing at Stonestreet Farm under the direction of Ian Brennan, who along with Nick de Meric and J.J. Crupi, handle the preparation of the Preakness owners' horses in Florida. Read More »

Police arrest 14th man in Manchester bombing inquiry

Police have released a new CCTV image of Salman Abedi featuring the Manchester bomber pulling a large blue suitcase on the day of the attack. Rudd's comments follow media reports over the weekend that the agency was alerted to Abedi's extremist views before he blew himself up. Read More »

To Many Americans, Memorial Day Has Lost Its Meaning

The ceremony will take place at the American Legion plot. There are competing claims about the "first" Memorial Day , which evolved out of efforts to bury and mark soldiers who died in the Civil War. The principal speaker will be Hingham native and Marine Corps Col. Richard Harries. A free lunch will be served under a tent at Academy Park, catered by Brickyard Pub and BBQ in Lewsiton. Read More »

Gal Gadot on making 'Wonder Woman' movie: "We left cynicism aside"

And so, when you are dealing with someone like that, you feel absolutely free to be vulnerable, to be creative, and I am a big researcher. "I think that that's sexist". Flats being this groundbreaking really says a lot about the unrealistic expectations we set for female celebrities on the red carpet, when men can show up looking like they just woke up from a nap and be applauded for their stylish choices. Read More »

Cannes Gears Up For Palme d'Or prize Night

Iranian filmmaker Mohammad Rasoulof's " A Man of Integrity " won the top prize in the Un Certain Regard section at the Cannes Film Festival , beating a diverse worldwide selection of 17 other titles to the honor. Diane Kruger was named best actress and Joaquin Phoenix best actor as the festival celebrated its 70th anniversary. More coverage to come. Read More »

Duvall, Kivlehan each hit 2 homers, Reds beat Phils 8-4


Patrick Kivlehan had the game of his life in front of a large cheering section not far from home. Who is most despised by Philadelphia fans? The Reds have four players who have hit double-figure home-run totals. "He needs to work on a few things, keeping the ball down, work on his secondary stuff", Phillies manager Pete Mackanin said. On May 7, he threw a four-hit shutout against the Giants and is coming off a six-inning, one-run start against the Indians. Read More »

A Memorial Day Box Office In Memoriam as "Baywatch", "Pirates" Flop

Even when critics haven't been fond of a Dwayne Johnson movie , the likes of San Andreas and Central Intelligence have still struck gold at the box office. The declining popularity around Disney's Pirates of the Caribbean movies continues - in the USA, at least - with the release of Dead Men Tell No Tales. Read More »

Ex-Senate staffer: Hall of Fame pitcher Jim Bunning has died


Bunning closed out his baseball career as a nine-time All-Star and a three-time AL strikeout leader. Bunning's passing elicited strong reactions from his fellow Kentucky politicians. Bunning's contributions to the game speak for themselves. He played professional baseball from 1955 to 1971, mostly with Detroit and Philadelphia. Read More »

Trump scolds fellow NATO leaders: Spend more for military

But one senior diplomat said Trump, who left the leaders' dinner before it ended to fly to Italy for Friday's Group of Seven summit, said the remarks did not go down well at all. "And I am not 100 percent sure that we can say today - we means the president and myself - that we have a common position, common opinions about Russian Federation", said Tusk. Read More »

Senate Intelligence Committee Presses For Flynn Documents

Virginia, "it's even more clear that a business does not have the right to take the Fifth if it's a corporation". "One is in the process of being served", Warner said."Theres a lot of information that we need to gather about what the President is alleged to have done and what the President's intentions were, before we can reach any conclusions on the legal issues", Schiff said. Read More »

Joseph Kosinski is favourite to tackle Top Gun 2


After years of speculations, blockbuster movie " Top Gun " is finally getting its much-anticipated sequel . Interviewed on the " Sunrise " show on Australia's Seven Network, May 24, Cruise said that "filming will begin probably within the next next year". Read More »

Key benchmarks in President Donald Trump's budget

Hal Rogers of Kentucky declared proposed cuts to safety net and environmental proposals "draconian". Association of American Medical Colleges President and CEO Darrell G. That's not - we have plenty of money in this country to take care of the people who need help. "Big Bird does get a fairly large tax cut, and we want him to", Mulvaney shot back. Read More »