Wednesday, October 10th, 2018


Astronauts get dramatic view of Hurricane Michael from International Space Station

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Nasa via ZUMA Wire(PANAMA CITY BEACH, Fla.) — As the destructive forces of Hurricane Michael were set to make landfall on the Florida Panhandle Wednesday, the astronauts aboard the International Space Station were able to capture breathtaking video of the storm. “That is one scary-looking storm,” Serena Aunon-Chancellor, a NASA astronaut, could be heard saying on a live feed from the station just before the storm made landfall. The hurricane reached wind speeds of over 150 mph when it made landfall between Tyndall Air Force Base and Mexico Beach, justRead More

Watch a security guard get down to Paul McCartney's hit "Come On to Me" in new video

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© 2011 Mary McCartneyA video for Paul McCartney‘s recent single “Come On to Me,” a track from his latest studio album, Egypt Station, has debuted at the rock legend’s official website and YouTube channel. The hilarious clip stars a character named “Fred ‘Little Freddie’ Maxwell,” an after-hours security guard at a men’s clothing store, who during a quiet evening at work decides to listen to McCartney’s new tune on his mobile phone. As soon as the track begins to play, Fred puts on an impressive dance display in a numberRead More

NY man arrested in alleged Election Day bomb plot

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iStock/Thinkstock(NEW YORK) — Federal authorities have arrested a New York man on charges of unlawfully manufacturing an explosive device, after they say he constructed a 200-pound bomb which he intended to detonate on the National Mall in Washington D.C. on Election Day next month. Paul Rosenfeld, 56, was arrested in Rockland County after authorities got a tip from an unidentified individual in Pennsylvania that Rosenfeld was allegedly communicating with about his plot. Sources familiar with the case told ABC News that Rosenfeld, who allegedly constructed the bomb in Rockland County,Read More

Woman said she was given real knife instead of prop, stabs friend at haunted house

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iStock/Thinkstock(NASHVILLE, Tenn.) — A woman who stabbed her friend in the arm said she thought she was playing along with a scene and given a prop knife, according to a police report. Tawnya Greenfield, 29, told police she and friends were waiting to enter the Nashville Nightmare haunted house with friends on Oct. 5 when a person she believed to be one of the characters and an employee at the venue asked if her friend James Yochim was bothering her. Believing she was playing along with one of the hauntedRead More

Arnold Schwarzenegger admits to “stepping over the line” with women in the past

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Men’s Health(LOS ANGELES) — In a cover story for Men’s Health magazine’s 30th anniversary issue, Arnold Schwarzenegger admits “stepping over the line” with women in the past, and says he regrets calling his political opponents “girlie men.” “Looking back, I stepped over the line several times, and I was the first one to say sorry,” he says. “I feel bad about it, and I apologize.” In 2003, just before he became governor of California, Schwarzenegger was accused of groping several women in past incidents. He tells the mag, “When IRead More

Meghan Trainor, Adam Lambert lend their voices to "Playmobil: The Movie"

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Epic RecordsBecause there haven’t been enough films based on toys from your childhood, get ready for Playmobil: The Movie. Deadline reports that Meghan Trainor and Adam Lambert are among the stars lending their voices to the movie based on the German toy line. It’ll mix animation and live action and feature original songs by Meghan and Adam. In Playmobil: The Movie, Meghan will play a fairy godmother, while Adam will voice the villain, Emperor Maximus. As for the plot, Gabriel Bateman plays Charlie, who gets lost in the animated PlaymobilRead More

Hurricane Michael: Most powerful storm to hit US in 50 years tears through Florida toward Georgia

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National Hurricane Center(PANAMA CITY, Fla.) — Hurricane Michael, a monstrous Category 3 storm with 125 mph winds, made landfall in the Florida Panhandle Wednesday afternoon, becoming the strongest storm since Hurricane Camille in 1969 and the third most powerful ever on record to hit the U.S. A broad swath of the Southeast is affected, with about 20 million people under either a warning or a watch for the hurricane, flooding or tornadoes, said ABC News contributor Tom Bossert, former Homeland Security Adviser to President Donald Trump. Michael is the worstRead More

Even after twins' arrival, Enrique Iglesias says he and Anna Kournikova have "more sex than ever"

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Justin Campbell/BuzzFoto/FilmMagicMost new parents complain that having a baby has put a serious crimp in their sex life — mostly because they’re exhausted all the time. But apparently, Enrique Iglesias and his partner Anna Kournikova aren’t like every other set of parents in the world. Enrique and Anna welcomed twins Nicholas and Lucy in December of 2017, and now, speaking to the British paper The Sun, the “Hero” singer reveals, “It’s probably more sex now than ever. The sex has not diminished.” The two have been together since 2001, thoughRead More

Samira Wiley reveals she "cried a lot" after she was accidentally outed by an 'OITNB' cast member

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Jessica Miglio/Netflix(NEW YORK) — Orange Is the New Black alum Samira Wiley never intended to be an openly gay actress, but she didn’t have a choice after one of her OITNB cast mates accidentally outed her. Samira, who played Poussey on the Netflix show, admits she wasn’t exactly open about her sexuality when she first got the role. “First season [of Orange Is the New Black] I wasn’t out at all,” Wiley said on the Nancy podcast. “Someone from my cast actually, during [an] interview, they were talking about outRead More

'Real Housewives of New Jersey's' Joe Giudice to be deported to Italy after prison

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Paul Zimmerman/Getty Images for Mount Airy Casino Resort(YORK COUNTY, PA) — Joe Giudice, the husband of Real Housewives of New Jersey star Teresa Giudice, has been ordered deported to Italy following his prison sentence for fraud. Officials with Immigration and Customs Enforcement confirmed to ABC News that a judge ruled on the deportation in immigration court Wednesday morning. Joe has 30 days to appeal the decision. Giudice is currently serving a 41-month prison sentence at the Allenwood Federal Correctional Institute in Pennsylvania for mail, wire and bankruptcy fraud and isRead More