‘Get ready for topless shots’: Russian hockey hottie vows to keep playoffs pledge (PHOTOS)

Russian stunner Ulyana Trigubchak has told fans to expect a red-hot new photo session as the ice hockey cheerleader-turned-presenter vowed to go topless after her team Salavat Yulaev reached the KHL conference finals.

Accused wife-killer stopped at Applebee’s in attempt to cover his tracks: prosecutors

A New Jersey man killed his wife, dumped her in the pool — and then picked up dinner for two at Applebee’s in a twisted alibi bid, authorities said. Norman F. Long, 53, was charged with murde…

Understanding Mueller: What you need to know about the report on the Russia probe

Special counsel Robert Mueller concluded his investigation on Friday

Mass London protest demands second referendum on Brexit

The march organised by the People's Vote campaign calls for a new poll to end the political deadlock over Brexit.

Simone Missick To Star In New CBS Legal Drama ‘Courthouse’

The former Luke Cage star will lead the forthcoming pilot, written by Greg Spottiswood and directed by Mike Robin, from Warner Bros. TV.

US announces new financial sanctions on Venezuela after 'illegal' arrest of Juan Guaido's chief of s

The Trump administration on Friday announced additional sanctions for Venezuela in response to what it describes as the illegal arrest of opposition leader Juan Guaido's chief of staff. The Treasury Department announcement came while the President Donald Trump met with leaders from five Caribbean

How a dot-com party boy worth $50M lost everything in an instant

On New Year’s Day 2000, NYPD and FDNY squads descended on a building in lower Manhattan, where members of the art world had been partying nonstop in the basement since mid-December. Every inch of t…

Lupita Nyong'o and the stars of 'Us' rap about their characters

Watch the stars of 'Us' shout out their red-robed doppelgängers in a new rap inspired by Jordan Peele's latest movie.

Ralph Fiennes speaks out over Liam Neeson race row

Actor and director, who is promoting his new film White Crow, has spoken out for the second time this month in defence of his former co-star

Vote here to decide what book New Yorkers should read this spring

This year’s “One Book, One New York” citywide book club initiative is gearing up, with the goal of bringing New Yorkers together by reading the same book. Launched in 2017 by the New York City Mayo…

Jerome Corsi celebrates end of Russia probe, says he feels 'vindicated' for not giving in to Mueller

Conservative author Jerome Corsi declared he’s “vindicated” after the Special Counsel Robert Mueller ended the Russia investigation and recommends no new indictments.

French police ban 'yellow vest' protesters from Champs-Elysees

Polls show 70 percent of the public in France are disturbed by how far the movement has moved away from its original roots.

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