The law varies by state, and in California, it's illegal to record someone if they don't know they are being recorded, unless it's reasonable for them to assume the conversation is being overheard. And by the looks of it, this celebrity feud can go on forever. Taylor Swift has not had the best PR month. Kim reasons this was "just another way [for Swift] to play the victim", since it worked so well the first time, when Kanye interrupted her acceptance speech at the 2009 MTV VMAs.
So-called Islamic State said the attacker was acting in response to its calls to target civilians in countries that are part of the anti-IS coalition. Eighteen of the 85 people still in hospital are in a life-threatening condition, the country's health minister said on Sunday. On Monday, silent tributes were held across France in honor of the victims of the July 14 attack.
She alleged that Ailes made unwanted sexual advances toward her and she was sacked when they went unreturned. Ailes' demise began when Gretchen Carlson, longtime co-host of the morning show "Fox & Friends", filed a lawsuit in New Jersey Superior Court after she was terminated from the network at the end of her contract June 23.
They featured Swift's phone conversation with West about his song " Famous ". Erm... This is kinda awkward, but you know we said earlier that Kim Kardashian and Kanye West could be going to prison for recording THAT Taylor Swift tape (you know the ones)? The footage was apparently recorded by documentarians which West hires for the creation of all his albums, and shows excerpts of the conversation.
While Pippa herself hasn't confirmed the news, just hours before details of her engagement surfaced, she was photographed keeping her left hand hidden from view at a charity fundraiser in London . But now it's official and Middleton's father, Michael Middleton , said he is " absolutely thrilled " for his daughter and Matthews . James Matthews and Pippa Middleton at Wimbledon this year.
France's third major attack in the past 18 months has left the government fending off criticism over security failures and scrambling to reassure citizens about their safety. The man spoke with Bouhlel, who was also Tunisian, by telephone just hours before the delivery man ran down revellers at a Bastille Day celebration in Nice on Thursday with a 19-tonne refrigerator truck, sources said.