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Standing smoking in his green puffer jacket, Matteo Salvini blended in with his bodyguards and aides.
In the aftermath of its July 27 sale to Disney, film historian and author Leonard Maltin recalls Fox's wild early days, a predator mogul, firings and backstabbings, and along the way, movies from 'Cleopatra' to 'Titanic' (and movie stars like Marilyn Monroe and Shirley Temple) that impacted the world.
The publisher of the New York Times has urged President Donald Trump not to continue labelling reporters "enemies of the people", saying it could "lead to violence" against the media.
Just when it looked as though the witch hunt against Trump had dragged up every last speck of dirt on the mogul’s multifaceted life, along comes the US President’s personal attorney to prove just how ugly things can get.
Hop aboard a boozy cross-country trip as the riotous rising star first opens up about new projects (a Judd Apatow film, her own TV show, 'Girls Trip 2'), then the time she hit on Leonardo DiCaprio, got blown off by Roseanne Barr ("She been racist, why'd you all give her a TV show?") and, yes, who really bit Beyonce.
After the Singapore summit, North Korea did not reciprocate US concessions.
THE President has named a syndrome after himself following the Putin criticism — apparently without realizing the obvious irony.
The use of a nuclear weapon is now more likely than any time since the cold war, but the probability of humanity being wiped out entirely has diminished
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Kylie Jenner was just 10 years old when she made her debut on her family's reality television series Keeping up with the Kardashians. A decade on, the show is still going strong and its youngest star is now the famous family's highest earner.