It was a wonderful moment to see President Trump welcoming home the three Americans. What was also one of the highlights had to be Trump’s rip on the media:
WATCH Trump nail the media at Joint Base Andrews: Despite the fact that the New York Times said he was missing… Mike did you know you were missing? …They couldn’t find him because he was in North Korea.”
A homeless man who was arrested last month after breaking into California Gov. Jerry Brown's home in Sacramento reportedly said he only tried entering the mansion because he figured the sanctuary state politician was "an open-door policy kind of guy."
The California Highway Patrol said 51-year-old Steven Seeley was arrested April 19 and treated at a hospital for cuts he received while breaking a window to get out of the home in downtown Sacramento, located about 10 blocks from the Capitol.
In an interview with KCRA-TV on Sunday, Seeley claimed he heard what sounded like a large cat roaring nearby, and ran in to an unlocked side door.
Patrick Beverley has made a nice NBA living as a pesky defender, often among the league leaders in steals. But on Wednesday, it was his mom who stole headlines -- and snagged a huge prize -- on The Price is Right.
Lisa Beverley, wearing an "NBA mom" shirt with the logo of her son's L.A. Clippers (Aww), got the coveted "Come on down!" call on the iconic gameshow, and she certainly made the most of it. After getting up on stage with host Drew Carey, Lisa won a car in "Let 'em Roll," but she wasn't nearly done. A miraculous $1.00 spin earned her a spot in the "Showcase Showdown" -- judging by her fellow contestant's reaction, she nearly killed him -- where she won the day's biggest prize.
A construction worker thought of a novel way of waking up his mate who had fallen asleep on the job. Footage shows the builder dozing on the floor of the construction site next to a row of about a dozen concrete slabs standing on their ends.
Seoul is pushing for Gangnam Style star Psy to perform in next week’s historic concerts by South Korean artists in the North’s capital, multiple reports said.
A team of at least nine South Korean pop acts are set to visit North Korea next week for two concerts in Pyongyang, the first of their kind for more than a decade.
The shows – part of reconciliatory moves ahead of a planned inter-Korean summit in April – feature many top stars including K-pop girl band Red Velvet.
But Seoul is also seeking to include Psy in the line-up, South Korean media reports said, citing sources in the government and the K-pop industry. The 40-year-old rapper/singer became an international sensation in 2012 when his wacky but catchy Gangnam Style music video went viral on YouTube, pushing him into global stardom.
Senator Lindsey Graham has suggested there would be “mass casualties” if President Donald Trump was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize because “liberals would kill themselves.”
Speaking in an interview with Fox News on Sunday, the Republican suggested the president should be awarded the honor for his work in bringing North Korea to the table in peace talks.
“I want to be there,” Graham told Fox News of a potential award for Trump. “It may be the first time the Nobel Peace Prize was given and there was mass casualties because I think a lot of liberals would kill themselves if they did that.”
“No other president has been that blunt [with North Korea] and that’s why we are where we are because China and North Korea believe that if Trump acted he would use military force and North Korea would lose,” he added, explaining Trump had done something “historic.”
Here is yet another video showing how the Gazans are stupid enough to accidentally hit themselves in the head with a rock star trying to throw at the IDF soldiers on the other side of the border, and then ironically blame Israel for it!