- Entertainment Yahoo Movies UK
63-year-old told Graham Norton it was 'interesting' considering year-long work out plan prior to shooting
- U.S. Yahoo News UK
Police in Bordesley Green, Birmingham shared a picture of the driver to encourage parents to walk their children to school.
What is wrong with people on the internet?!
- Politics Reuters
U.S. President Donald Trump was surprised at the resistance to his now-revoked decision to host next year's Group of Seven summit at his Florida golf resort, his acting chief of staff said on Sunday, adding that Trump still considers himself to be in the hospitality business. Trump on Saturday announced on Twitter that he was abandoning the move to host the meeting at Trump National Doral near Miami in June, citing "Crazed and Irrational Hostility" from Democrats and the news media. "At the end of the day, he still considers himself to be in the hospitality business, and he saw an opportunity to take the biggest leaders from around the world and he wanted to put on the absolute best show, the best visit that he possibly could and he was very confident of doing that at Doral," Mulvaney said.
- Entertainment Digital Spy
A worthy Hugh Jackman replacement?
- Politics HuffPost
"You're the richest people in the world. How in God's name do you feel like a victim?" asks former Goldman Sachs partner Michael Novogratz.
- U.S. Associated Press
Witnesses have gathered in a small city in upstate New York over the past three weeks to testify in the trial of a man accused of strangling a young nursing student to death. In an exceedingly rare legal proceeding, the trial of former Binghamton University student Orlando Tercero in the 2018 killing of 22-year-old Haley Anderson is being held at a court in Managua, Nicaragua, with a Nicaraguan prosecutor and a Nicaraguan judge applying Nicaraguan law. American prosecutors have no authority over the trial, but the Broome County District Attorney's office in New York is deeply involved as a facilitator for witness testimony.