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  • UFC 241: Jon Jones throws shade at Daniel Cormier after TKO loss

    The feud that doesn't appear to have an end in sight continues.

  • Fans can't handle Jennifer Lopez's latest swimsuit photo: 'This is 50?!?'

    The star shows off her famous curves in a new swimsuit shot that has fans praising her "serious body goals."

  • Liam Hemsworth Hits Up a Bar in Australia as Miley Cyrus Continues L.A. Outings with Kaitlynn Carter

    Liam Hemsworth in Australia, Miley Cyrus in L.A. with Kaitlynn Carter

  • Boycott of Bill Maher’s Show Suggested by Rep Rashida Tlaib After He Criticizes BDS

    Rep. Rashida Tlaib suggested boycotting “Real Time With Bill Maher” Saturday after he called the anti-Israel Boycott, Divestment, Sanctions (BDS) movement she supports a “bulls- purity test” during Friday’s HBO show.“Maybe folks should boycott his show,” she tweeted Saturday. “I am tired of folks discrediting a form of speech that is centered on equality and freedom. This is exactly how they tried to discredit & stop the boycott to stand up against the apartheid in S. Africa. It didn’t work then and it won’t now.”Michigan’s outspoken Democratic freshman in Congress was responding to a tweet earlier in the day by Intercept columnist Mehdi Hasan, in which he included a clip of a roundtable discussion on Maher’s “Real Time” Friday criticizing BDS. Hasan wrote: “Maher rails against BDS, Palestinians, and Omar/Tlaib with an all-white panel featuring no Palestinians, no Arabs, no Muslims, no people of colour. ‘Liberal’ Maher.”Also Read: Seth Meyers Praises Rep Rashida Tlaib for Helping People Understand the 'Palestinian Perspective'Maher came out hard against the BDS movement Friday, calling it a “bulls- purity test by people who want to appear woke but actually slept through history class.”It is “very shallow thinking that the Jews in Israel, mostly white, and the Palestinians are browner, so they must be innocent and correct, and the Jews must be wrong. As if the occupation came right out of the blue, that this completely peaceful people found themselves occupied,” he added.Tlaib and Rep. Ilhan Omar were denied entry into Israel last week because of their support of the movement and following a tweet from Trump saying, “It would show great weakness if Israel allowed Rep. Omar and Rep.Tlaib to visit.”Also Read: Bill Maher Interrupted by Pro-Trump Protester on Live Show: 'Make Sure He Doesn't Have a Gun' (Video)Although the Israeli government later Friday said that Tlaib would be allowed to visit her grandmother in the West Bank if she filed a humanitarian request and pledged not to voice her support for the BDS movement while in the region, Tlaib reversed course and said she would not got to Israel.“When I won, it gave the Palestinian people hope that someone will finally speak the truth about the inhumane conditions,” Tlaib said in a statement Friday. “I can’t allow the State of Israel to take away that light by humiliating me & use my love for my sity to bow down to their oppressive & racist policies.”Read original story Boycott of Bill Maher’s Show Suggested by Rep Rashida Tlaib After He Criticizes BDS At TheWrap

  • Protesters Shine Lasers at Police in Mong Kok

    People in Hong Kong continued months of ongoing pro-democracy protests with a series of marches and rallies on Saturday, August 17, the South China Morning Post reported.Teachers marched through the rainy streets in solidarity with pro-democracy protesters on Saturday morning. The teachers’ march was followed by another march in Hung Hom in the afternoon.The anti-government demonstrations began earlier this year in opposition to a now-shelved extradition bill.In the evening, protesters gathered in Mong Kok and other areas to continue demonstrations.This video shows police, outfitted in helmets and shields, standing outside the Mong Kok Police Station as purple and green lasers are shined on them.Shining lasers at cameras could help obscure surveillance and help conceal protesters’ identities, media reports said.Referring to lasers as “offensive weapons,” police said they have injured officers and damaged sensors in some cameras, a member of the Hong Kong Police Force said to media during a press conference in early August.Reports said eggs were also thrown at officers in Mong Kok on Saturday.Citing officials, local media said police planned to disperse the crowd of more than 100 people and said law enforcement warned protesters of their “illegal assembly” near the station.Thousands of government supporters also gathered on Saturday for an “anti-violence” rally at Tamar Park in Admiralty, reports said. Credit: @LostDutchHK via Storyful

  • Nancy Parker Dies: New Orleans TV Journalist Killed In Small Plane Crash

    Veteran WVUE-TV news reporter and anchor Nancy Parker was killed in a small plane crash this afternoon at Lakefront Airport in New Orleans. She was 53. Parker and the as-yet unidentified pilot of the small plane died in the crash, but officials couldn't say yet what caused the accident. Her death was confirmed by the […]

  • Kim Kardashian Admits Paris Hilton 'Gave Me a Career,' Declares She'd Do 'Anything' For Her

    The media mogul is acknowledging the help she received back in the day.