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Eva Green: ‘Wonderful’ Johnny Depp will ‘emerge’ victorious in Amber Heard trial
"I have no doubt Johnny will emerge with his good name and wonderful heart revealed to the world, and life will be better than it ever was," the actress wrote.
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Crypto scam warning after criminals spotted trying ‘new tricks’ to steal funds
The scheme is called "liquidity mining" and the perpetrators use the complexity of crypto-trading as a shield for heists.
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How Ukrainian evacuees are staying hidden in subways
Ukrainian evacuees in Kharkiv remain sheltered in subway tunnels. CNN's Nick Paton Walsh reports on how they continue to live underground more than two months after the war started.
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WWE’s Stephanie McMahon taking leave of absence to focus on family
Stephanie McMahon, WWE's Chief Brand Officer and daughter of company chairman Vince McMahon, is taking a temporary leave of absence from her work.
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Santiago Ponzinibbio expects 'epic fight' with Michel Pereira: 'It's gonna be a war'
"It's gonna be a war, and for sure it has all the ingredients to be a bonus fight."      Related StoriesUFC Fight Night 206's Polyana Viana says she's going for another bonus 'in a very funny way'Khabib Nurmagomedov says he'd coach 'TUF' opposite Tony Ferguson: 'Not too many big stars in UFC right now'Gilbert Burns: Leon Edwards has best chance to dethrone UFC champ Kamaru Usman
Kate Middleton goes glam on ‘Top Gun: Maverick’ premiere red carpet
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge showed support for the Tom Cruise-led movie on Thursday.
Nick Saban apologizes for comments levied at Jimbo Fisher and Texas A&M football program
"I wasn't saying that anyone was doing anything illegal in using name, image and likeness. I didn't say that. That was something that was assumed."
Lightning kills cow ‘on the spot’ as severe thunderstorm hits Alabama farm
Alabama farmer Andy Wendland is warning people about the dangers of thunderstorms after he said a lightning strike killed his cow "on the spot."
OnPolitics: House Dems introduce $28 million package to fix baby formula shortage
In addition to Congress' spending bill, Biden invoked the Defense Production Act to speed production of baby formula.
Slippery Florida woman throws fake snake to avoid arrest, police say
"Instead of surrendering, she threw what looked like a real snake at our deputy,” Martin County Sheriff William Snyder said
Pete Alonso hits walk-off home run in wild Mets win over Cardinals
Alonso crushed Cardinals closer Giovanny Gallegos’ 1-0 slider into the second deck in left for his third career walk-off homer as the Mets improved to 26-14 through 40 games.
Trump Attorney General Bill Barr in talks to cooperate with Jan. 6 committee, source says
The committee chair Rep. Bennie Thompson told "Face the Nation" in January that they had conversations with Barr.
Captured Ukrainian medic’s smuggled footage reveals horror of war-torn Mariupol
A Ukrainian medic chronicled her life-saving efforts in war-ravaged Mariupol using a tiny data card later smuggled out of the country inside a tampon by daring reporters.
Bruce Willis’ wife: Caring for family is taking ‘toll’ on mental health
"When you over-care for someone, you end up under-caring for yourself," the model explained two months after revealing her husband's aphasia diagnosis.
Friend, former agent, others testify about Johnny Depp's substance use
Depp is suing Heard for libel over a 2018 op-ed she wrote describing herself as "a public figure representing domestic abuse."
Federalist: Байден уверенно ведет Америку к уничтожению
Federalist: Байден уверенно ведет Америку к уничтожению
Рисунок Микеланджело продан за 23 миллиона евро
Рисунок Микеланджело продан за 23 миллиона евро
Man Slammed for Telling Wife He Hopes Baby Looks 'Nothing Like' Her
"Your husband needs to knock off the "jokes" and grow up. And I think you should get some therapy to learn to value yourself," one user commented.
Here's how the explicit indie drama 'Pleasure' accurately nails the feeling of a porn set
In "Pleasure," director Ninja Thyberg takes an unflinching look at the porn industry's male gaze with help from adult movie veterans.
Fairfax County teacher arrested on child porn charges
Минобороны РФ запустило мультимедийный раздел "Битва за Днепр"
Минобороны РФ запускает очередной мультимедийный раздел, который посвящен освобождению городов Украинской ССР от немецко-фашистских захватчиков. Портал называется "Битва за Днепр: чтобы память жила в веках"
Экс-канцлера ФРГ Герхарда Шредера лишили офиса и ряда привилегий
Экс-канцлера ФРГ Герхарда Шредера лишили офиса и ряда привилегий
PM Update: Early season heat wave gets underway Friday
Our first 90-degree day is on the way. It'll feel even hotter than that.
The DOJ Is Finally Asking the Jan. 6 Committee for Help. Why That’s a Huge Deal.
An earlier request disclosing an accelerating DOJ criminal investigation could have chilled cooperation from multiple possible targets.
Digging Into The Primary Thicket
Madison Cawthorn is out. Is John Fetterman in?
John Aylward, known for roles in 'ER' and 'West Wing,' dead at 75
John Aylward, a veteran film and television actor for more than three decades, has died, according to his longtime agent and friend, Mitchell K. Stubbs.
Child's Play: 9-Year-Old Sells Artwork for Cool $25,000
Child's Play: Boy Aged Nine Sells Artwork For Cool $25,000
First lady Jill Biden touts US commitment to South and Central America in Ecuador speech
First lady Jill Biden spent her first full day of a trip through South and Central America on Thursday, using a speech at the Carondelet presidential palace in Quito, Ecuador, to emphasize the importance of global assistance and building alliances.
U.C.F. to Reinstate Charles Negy After Firing Him for Racist Tweets
An arbitrator found that the University of Central Florida failed to show “just cause” last year when it fired Charles Negy, a tenured professor whose comments generated outrage on campus.
Russia-Ukraine war: What happened today (May 19)
A roundup of key developments and the latest in-depth coverage of Russia's invasion of Ukraine.
Bitty & Beau's Coffee, which employs people with disabilities, opened in Washington, D.C., on April 30.
Yankees’ win streak ends in stumbling walk-off loss to Orioles
The Yankees ended a terrific road trip with a disappointing loss, as they blew a two-run lead, left the bases loaded in the ninth and were hit with an injury.
Zelensky hails 'significant' US aid package for Ukraine
New Evidence Shows How Russian Soldiers Executed Men in Bucha
Witness testimony and videos obtained by The New York Times show how Russian paratroopers executed at least eight Ukrainian men in a Kyiv suburb on March 4, a potential war crime.
Откажутся ли США от конфискации активов ЦБ РФ и их передачи Украине
Откажутся ли США от конфискации активов ЦБ РФ и их передачи Украине
Former Attorney General William Barr tentatively agrees to give sworn testimony to January 6 committee
Former Attorney General William Barr has "tentatively agreed to give sworn testimony behind closed doors" to the House select committee investigating the January 6, 2021, insurrection, according to two sources familiar with the negotiations.
NPR’s strict masking policy encourages coworkers to tattle on violators
National Public Radio is encouraging staffers to squeal on each other if they do not comply with the company's Draconian mask-wearing policy in the office.
Biden hails Nordic move into NATO as proof of unity against Russia
The president said the decisions by Finland and Sweden to abandon their decades-old positions of military non-alignment proved that a “revived NATO” could provide a strong counterweight to Russia.
Greg Olsen will call Super Bowl 2023 for Fox as Tom Brady precursor
Tom Brady may be in the on-deck circle, but Greg Olsen will be calling the Super Bowl next February, The Post has learned.
Workers to bosses: If I have to come to the office, I’m taking a long lunch
If they're going to commute to work, they're not eating a sad salad at their desk.
Mercedes just sold the world's most expensive car for $142 million
Mercedes-Benz confirmed on Thursday that it recently sold the world's most expensive car. A very rare 1955 Mercedes-Benz SLR coupe that had been kept in the German automaker's collection was sold to a private owner for €135 million, the equivalent of $142 million. That price makes it the most expensive car known to ever have been sold, according to Hagerty, a company that tracks collector car values.
Biden job disapproval among Hispanics hits 60%, just 26% approve: poll
Most Hispanics dislike the job President Biden is doing, according to a new survey -- in another sign of widespread discontent as the White House grapples with issues.
Woman discovered she had second ‘tiny’ vagina while in labor
Vic Au-Yeung, now a mother of three children, reveals how she discovered her second vagina and the enormous pain she suffered when doctors claimed she couldn’t bear a kid.
What Parents Who Can’t Find Baby Formula Are Resorting To
They’re addressing one risk by embracing another.
Сальвини предупредил о возможном наплыве африканских беженцев в Европу
Сальвини предупредил о возможном наплыве африканских беженцев в Европу
Putin Under Pressure to Fold Ukrainian Territory Into Russia
The Russian-appointed leader of Ukraine's occupied Kherson region and a Crimean official say they believe Russia will incorporate parts of southern Ukraine.
US buys millions of Monkeypox vaccines after Massachusetts confirms case
The massive $119 million order of Jynneos jabs -- which can be used to treat both the monkeypox virus and smallpox -- was created by the biotechnology company Bavarian Nordic.
На какие улицы Москвы выйдут археологи
На какие улицы Москвы выйдут археологи