Lady Gaga made a serious statement
Lady Gaga has revealed that she will "take a rest" and "slow down for a moment for some healing" after the Joanne World Tour. Lady Gaga values the opinions of her family and friends on her career. "I think in a lot of ways, people will learn from it".
'Narcos' Location Scout Found Dead in Mexico
Portal apparently was on the scouting trip by himself-and he was working in an area known for murders, according to El Pais . The scout was found dead in his auto having sustained multiple gunshot wounds, Deadline reported .
US Supreme Court Backs Broad Trump Refugee Ban
These refugees may have entered along with an appeal to a promise of assistance through refugee resettlement organizations. The Justice Department had not sought a stay of that portion of the decision, though it disagreed with the interpretation.
How to Find Advice on DACA Immigration Process
If every member who has, within the past few years, said they would vote for such legislation, the bill would pass easily. Many Dreamers are uncertain of their futures as Congress starts the six-month clock on finding a solution.
Spain threatens to arrest 700 Catalan mayors over independence vote
The mayors in question have all publicly pledged their support for the referendum and they represent around 75 percent of all Catalan mayors.
Still a chance for Jose to get close to the US
As of 10 a.m., Jose was 435 miles northeast of the southeastern Bahamas and 520 miles southwest of Bermuda. The swells are likely to cause life-threatening surf and risky rip currents.
What Time Does the Canelo-Golovkin Fight Start?
Only the August 26 PPV that was headlined by Floyd Mayweather and Conor McGregor is expected to outsell Saturday's PPV this year. Due to piracy laws and with all the money at stake for big fight PPVs, it is becoming increasingly hard to get a reliable link.
Bannon and Billionaire Mercer Tie-Up to Ensure GOP Elections Victories
Bannon also emphasized that Trump won't ever stop tweeting , no matter what the "pearl-clutching mainstream media" think. And while all of this was interesting, it wasn't the part of the interview that stuck with me once the show aired.
Justice Department Requests Supreme Court Remove Travel Ban Exception Protecting Certain Refugees
Since Trump signed his first travel ban shortly after taking office, the directive has been mired in a complicated legal battle. The high court is scheduled to hear arguments about the legality of the travel and refugee bans in October.
Power outages beginning for some in southwest Florida
The company said it has assembled the largest pre-storm workforce in US history, with more than 16,000 people ready to respond. In Broward, more than a third of FPL's customers - 360,750 out of 933,300 - were without power.