A Fox News host has suggested the FBI and Department of Justice should undergo a “cleansing” that would see Special Counsel Robert Mueller and a number of other staff “locked up.”
Dozens of ships containing dead bodies have washed up in Japan recently. All the evidence indicates that the "ghost ships" are coming from North Korea. It isn't a new phenomenon, but is happening more and more often. One expert told BI it could be because of food scarcity in North Korea. Dozens of dead bodies have mysteriously washed up on Japan's shores over the past few weeks - and all the evidence points to North Korea. At least 40 corpses from around 15 boats have washed up along Japan's west coast since November, according to figures from Japanese authorities and calculated by Business Insider. The most recent discovery was made on Thursday, when authorities found two skeletons near an upturned
DEAR AMY: My wife is a very opinionated person. She has no social filters. On her son’s (my stepson’s) wedding day, she began drinking, etc., in midmorning, along with some of the others in the bridal party. Without going into explicit detail, I learned after the fact that my wife took the bride aside just before she was due to walk down the aisle, and said she didn’t believe that the bride really loved her son but was only marrying him for his money. In the days following the wedding my wife confirmed those feelings to me, yet, now (weeks later) she denies ever saying those words to the bride. Apparently, though, at least one other person overheard and confirmed what was said, and shared this
LAUDERDALE LAKES, FL Cellphone footage showing a man being fatally shot after attacking a Broward Sheriff’s Office deputy at a Lauderdale Lakes apartment complex went viral Friday. The video - taken from an apartment complex balcony Wednesday- shows 42-year-old Jean Pedro Pierre dragging Deputy Sean Youngward by his left leg. At the time, Youngward was responding to a report of a disturbance at Sunset Hills Condominium, 3610 NW 21st St. As neighbors urged Pierre to let the deputy go, Youngward calls for back-up after his baton and Taser failed to subdue Pierre. That didn’t work. As Pierre continues to drag the deputy and kick him, another officer, Deputy Steven Briggs, sweeps in. “Tase him, tase
The real-life giant who plays The Mountain on "Game of Thrones" has something new to brag about ... his girlfriend's a smoke show, and a relatively tiny one at that. Hafthor Julius Bjornsson is dating Kelsey Henson from Canada. We're told the 6'9" actor hit it off with Kelsey -- who's 5'2" -- in September when she asked for a pic with him at Earls Kitchen + Bar in Alberta. She was working there, and Thor was in town for a Strongman competition. He's a 7-time Strongest Man in his native Iceland, btw. Since then, the couple's been traveling all over together ... visiting Spain, Cyprus and his homeland. We're told they're doing the long distance thing for now, but she plans to visit him again in
New details are surfacing about the rumor that Today Show host Matt Lauer allegedly fathered two kids with two different women while still married to wife Annette Roque.
At least there's someone in Washington with a reason to feel happy. Mei Xiang the panda, who calls D.C.'s National Zoo her home, is loving the freshly fallen snow in the U.S. capital this weekend. The zoo kindly shared a video our panda friend's frolics and... well... it's delightful. SEE ALSO: The greatest wins and fails in the wild Look at her rolling down that hill. Such poise. Such grace. Such floofy abandon. Truly, Mei Xiang is living her best life. The zoo also released a statement to accompany the video, explaining how it handles different animals when the weather gets colder. It varies by animal, understandably. Some are moved to indoor housing, others have special heated locations inside
White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders said it's "laughable" that former President Barack Obama is trying to take credit for the booming economy. During a speech at the North American Climate Summit in Chicago on Tuesday, Obama said “we saw the U.S. economy grow consistently” after he focused on clean energy and carbon pollution regulations. “We saw the longest streak of job creation in American history by far,” Obama said. “A streak that still continues, by the way. ‘Thanks, Obama.’” "I think it's laughable that President Obama thinks he has anything to do with the success of where the economy is right now," Sanders said on "Watters' World." She pointed out that the U.S. gross domestic product
Victoria's Secret Angel Adriana Lima shared a lengthy, personal Instagram post this weekend about how she'll approach her modeling job opportunities differently in the future, saying she won't take off her clothes anymore "for an empty cause." She was apparently inspired to post her message after being asked to film "a sexy video of me to be posted and shared in social media,"-and although Lima, who's walked in the Victoria's Secret Fashion Show 18 times, admits she's done many of those types of videos, something felt different this time because of what a friend had recently said to her. Whether Lima will share more about what inspired this decision or not-or if she's taking off her wings for good-remains TBD.
Aerobic exercise provides a ton of benefits, from a lift in mood to more toned muscles. Some of the benefits can emerge within minutes, while others might take several days or weeks to crop up. A new study suggests that aerobic exercise also changes the makeup of the microbes in our gut. Aerobic exercise, or "cardio," might be the closest thing to a miracle drug that we have. When we commit to regular workouts that raise our heart rate and get us moving and sweating for a sustained period of time, magical things happen to our mind and body. We start to think more clearly, feel better about ourselves, and even build buffers against age-related cognitive decline. Our lungs and heart get stronger,
Donald Trump’s perception of the Russia probe is reportedly so optimistic that Steve Bannon has intervened to warn the president he is only getting “happy talk.”
The 49ers have their quarterback. They also have a winning streak. Jimmy Garoppolo moved to 2-0 as the team’s starting quarterback, directing a 26-16 victory over the Texans. It was the first time the 49ers have won back-to-back games in the same season since November 2014. Last week, Garoppolo went 26-of-37 for 293 yards with [ more]
A woman who state police say used her fake engineering firm to try to trick a South Florida city into giving her a $33.3 million construction contract was arrested Friday and booked into Miami-Dade County jail, records show. But it’s not her first time behind bars in this case. She was arrested earlier this year while waiting at a wax salon. Janet LeGrand bonded out of jail in July, facing a charge of organized scheme to defraud. On Friday, state insurance investigators accused her of the same crime and added a charge of failing to provide worker compensation coverage as required by law, an arrest warrant shows. LeGrand’s recent arrest comes months after Homestead police say she duped dozens
DEAR ABBY: I joined the Navy after I learned I was becoming a father. I didn’t want to be a husband or father, but I did both. In 2010, my wife died. My feelings about being a husband and father never changed. Our two children are now grown and want me to move near - or in with - them. They say, “Won’t it be great to be with your grandkids?” No, it won’t! I worked and supported my family. When I was in port, I went to baseball, softball and basketball games, had tea with my daughter and did everything I believe I should have done. I have served my time. I don’t want to “be close.” Honestly, I’d prefer they left me alone. I don’t love them, and I didn’t love their mother. I did my duty to the
Many have accused FCC Chairman Ajit Pai of being a telecom shill between his background as a former Verizon lawyer and his determination to ignore all public input (not to mention complaints about comment bots) as he kills net neutrality.
Two men in a Lamborghini were killed in a crash Friday night on I-57 in south suburban Matteson.
Calories don’t count in the fall, right? Right. When the temps are dropping and the leaves are falling, all we want to do is curl up on the couch with a blanket, a great book and a big bowl of warm and yummy goodness. Lucky for you, it’s never been easier to make that warm and yummy goodness in your own kitchen: Just plug in that slow cooker, throw in some ingredients and enjoy! Okay, it’s slightly more complicated than that-read on for 20 of our favorite cozy slow cooker dishes. (Click on the image for each recipe.)