TMZ is reporting that the cast of “Jersey Shore” has “finally” reunited in Miami.
In some cringeworthy photos, the old team gets right to drinking, minus Mike “The Situation” Sorrentino, who is in court for tax evasion.
We got pics of Ronnie, Pauly D, Snooki, JWoww and Deena toasting to what’s sure to be a fun next few days. Missing are Vinny, Mike “The Situation” Sorrentino — who was in court in New Jersey Friday — and Sammi Sweetheart who took a pass on the reunion to avoid a run-in with ex Ronnie. Continue reading
While some businesses are giving their employees big bonuses on the heels of the new tax plan, Amazon has announced they are raising the dues for millions of monthly Prime Members.
The online retail giant announced today that the Amazon Prime monthly fee is increasing from $10.99 to $12.99 in the U.S., an increase of 18 percent. That’s approximately $156 annually.
Folks who pay their membership yearly will not be affected by this hike as the annual Prime membership will stay at $99. For now..
Jeff Bezos and company release the following statement on the price hike: Continue reading
A magnitude 6.5 earthquake has struck about 50 miles from the resort town of Laredo Mexico.
This fairly powerful earthquake just occurred and we are trying to gather more information for you so reload this page frequently for updates.
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As Matt Drudge gets over his hangover from celebrating the anniversary of his Monica Lewinsky scoop, a blockbuster story that is credited with making him not only a multimillionaire, but also a trusted and powerful political tastemaker, he has decided to go silent on a breaking story that is so rocking, it’s about to cause an earthquake in DC.
So what is #ReportTheMemo? Only a top secret memo that reportedly exposes Obama FBI and DOJ collusion in an effort to stop the election of now President Donald Trump. That’s all..
The memo’s pending release has put many in Washington, D.C. on edge while keeping the glorious spin cycle on high – But Druge? Radio silence.
A quick look at the DrudgeReport shows not a single mention of potentially the biggest story in American politics since Watergate and the Pentagon Papers and ugh, the Clinton sex scandal. Continue reading
On Thursday, Republican members of the House took to Twitter to call for the release of a classified intelligence memo they say could blow the lid off the Russian collusion investigation.
House Intelligence Committee Republicans voted to make a classified report on FISA abuse available to House members, who could read the report behind closed doors. Rep. Matt Gaetz (R-FL) appeared on Fox Business Network, where he stated that the memo challenged “the very foundations of democracy,” adding, “if the American people knew what was happening if they saw the contents of this memo, a lot would become clear about the information that I’ve been talking about the last several months.” The memo concerns the Obama FBI, Department of Justice, and then-candidate Trump.
Gaetz added, “I think that this will not end just with firings. I believe there are people who will go to jail. You don’t get to try to undermine our country, undermine our elections, and then simply get fired.”
Rep. Mark Meadows (R-NC) stated, “I viewed the classified report from House Intel relating to the FBI, FISA abuses, the infamous Russian dossier, and so-called ‘Russian collusion.’ What I saw is absolutely shocking.” Continue reading
VIA: On the evening of March 24, 2015, Cheyenne Antoine and Brittney Gargol posed for a selfie and posted it on Facebook before heading out for the night.
Within hours, 18-year-old Gargol was dead, her body found lying on the side of a road in Saskatchewan, Canada.
Nearly two years later Antoine, now 21, confessed to the murder after police identified the belt she used to strangle and kill Gargol.
It was the same belt Antoine was seen wearing in that photograph on the last night of her friend’s life. Continue reading
Wisconsin animal rescue group, Fluffy Dog Rescue, Hartland, WI, has denied a 70-year-old woman the chance to adopt the dog of her dreams – because the they say she’s too old.
In an email response to Mary’s application, the rescue said it has “a philosophy of ‘adoption for life’… we feel there are other dogs that may be more suitable for you. In your case it would be a dog aged three or older.”
“I kind of felt bad because I thought ‘I’m not old,'” said Mary.
Fluffy Dog Rescue adopts to dog lovers in Wisconsin, Minnesota, and Illinois. Mary was hoping to meet a one-year-old yorkie mix being fostered near her Illinois home. Continue reading
A Turkish newspaper is claiming Facebook founder, Mark Zuckerberg, was the mystery buyer who scooped up a $150 million ultra-luxury super yacht while in Monaco this past September.
The major purchase, which was not and has not been divulged by the Facebook honcho, may be met with scrutiny by many who already question his, ‘billionaire who enjoys life’s simple pleasures,’ persona.
The Hürriyet Daily News reports, the “expedition” yacht, named “Ulysses,” measures 107 meters long, includes dozens of rooms and is primed for journeys as long as 8,500 nautical miles.
He reportedly bought the yacht “in secret” from another self-made billionaire, Graeme Hart. Continue reading
Roy Bennett, politician and opposition leader in Zimbabwe, was killed in a helicopter crash in New Mexico.
Five people, including Roy’s wife, also died in the crash. There was reportedly a sole survivor who reported the incident to 911.
“State Police Lt. Elizabeth Armijo confirmed Bennett’s death Thursday, a day after a helicopter carrying him and five others went down in a mountainous rural area of northern New Mexico. Details of why the 60-year-old Bennett was in the area weren’t immediately available. The crash killed five and injured a sixth person aboard,” reported the AP. Continue reading
Cleophus Cooksey Jr., a wannabe rapper from Phoenix, Arizona, is accused of murdering 9 people in a gruesome crime spree over three weeks.
The rampage ranks Cooksey Jr., 35, as one of the most prolific serial killers in the state’s history.
Cooksey Jr. was arrested on Dec. 17, 2017, after police responded to a call of shots fired in Phoenix. When officers arrived they found Cooksey’s mother and stepfather dead. Police said Thursday they did not link Cooksey to the other homicides until he was in custody.