Swift was fuming on Monday after Kardashian shared the videos of her husband allegedly explaining to her over the phone that she would be featured on his lewd song "Famous". What's more... we're told Taylor wants them to bring it on... the call lasted a full hour and Kim was very selective in what she posted. Taylor Swift has yet to file a lawsuit against Kimye but if the celebrity couple is proven to have violated the "two-party consent" then they will potentially face felony charges with ...
The PostMedia Network caught up with producer J.J. Abrams, and asked the hard question about what will happen to the character of Chekov. Star Trek Beyond will also give Yelchin a significant amount of screen time in comparison to its predecessors - a decision made when the film was still in production.
She pointed to ongoing struggles with Republican governors in the Midwest, accusing Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker, a former GOP presidential hopeful, of ripping "the heart out of public sector workers' right to bargain". "We will be stressing, in the course of the week, an indictment of Hillary Clinton as the ultimate establishment candidate". Our fact checking team found that Clinton wrote about philosophical differences she had with Alinsky.
However, the game is not over yet as Swift is yet to give her counterattack. Her written response via Instagram seems scripted and crafted from beforehand as if she were counting on being called out. Television host and journalist, Sharon Osbourne has given her "valuable" advice to Taylor Swift to deal with her on-going public feud with Kanye West and his wife Kim Kardashian.
Fox News chairman Roger Ailes walks with his wife Elizabeth Tilson as they leave the News Corp building, July 19, in New York City. The Drudge Report initially suggested that the exit deal was already done and that Ailes would receive a $40 million pay package.
North Korea fired two nuclear-capable Scud missiles and an intermediate Rodong missile on Tuesday in what it said was a "simulated nuclear strike" on South Korea. The hardware in question is a U.S.-made advanced missile defense shield known as the Terminal High Altitude Area Defense (Thaad) system, which will be deployed in South Korea to guard against missile threats from the North.