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Trump's latest tweets lashing out at UCLA players are his least presidential yet

Donald Trump's latest threats over Twitter are pretty shocking, even by his standards. The U.S. president has lashed out at LaVar Ball, father of one of the three UCLA basketball players who were recently detained in China on shoplifting charges. College freshmen LiAngelo Ball, Cody Riley and Jalen Hill, have been freed, and arrived back in Los Angeles last week — days after Trump brought up the issue to Chinese president, Xi Jinping, during his Asia trip. The players thanked him in their media address the day after arriving home. SEE ALSO: Women's basketball team says 'no thanks' to...

Notorious killer and cult leader Charles Manson has died aged 83

Charles Manson, a cult leader and convicted killer, has died. He was 83. The leader of a murderous cult which led to the deaths of actress Sharon Tate and six others in 1969 died of natural causes at a hospital in Bakersville, California on Sunday evening, as confirmed in a statement by the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation. Manson had been housed in the Protective Housing Unit at California State Prison in Corcoran since 1989, where he spent the rest of his life. This story is developing... WATCH: This is how much you can make working in cybersecurity Read more... {"...

Politician's dramatic change in mood is truly, truly outstanding

Around the world, politicians have a battle plan when it comes to addressing the media. Will they come in angry? Will they be happy when they talk to reporters? For Australian politician Bob Katter, it's the whole gamut of emotions. SEE ALSO: Why understanding the political influence of social media extends beyond Russia At a press conference on Sunday, Katter glibly reflected on Australia's recent vote to legalise marriage equality, by saying "everyone's entitled to their own sexual proclivities."  Then watch the mood change as he switches the topic to people dying from crocodiles. It's...

Christina Aguilera pays tribute to Whitney Houston with 'I Will Always Love You'

The only time most of us will take on Whitney Houston's iconic song, "I Will Always Love You," is at karaoke or in your own personal shower time. But undeniably accomplished singer Christina Aguilera took on the task in front of millions of people, at this year's American Music Awards. People noted that Nov. 25, 1992 marks the 25th anniversary of The Bodyguard, starring Houston. "I Will Always Love You" featured on the soundtrack, which is still the best-selling soundtrack of all time. With a moving introduction from Oscar-winner actor Viola Davis, the awards paid tribute to the film and...

Pink casually scaled a building for a jaw-dropping aerial performance at the 2017 AMAs

Perpetually fearless pop star and genuine acrobat Pink just smashed out an epic aerial performance on the side of the JW Marriott hotel in Los Angeles. Harnessing up to belt out 2017 single "Beautiful Trauma," for this year's American Music Awards, the singer made quick work of an aerial routine alongside six highly talented dancers. The high-flying routine was Pink's second performance of the night, following a show-opening duet of R.E.M.'s "Everybody Hurts," with Kelly Clarkson. Take a look, and immediately sign up for acrobatics classes. Read more... More about Pink, Amas, American...

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