LONDON (Reuters) – When more than 100,000 flag-waving, cheering royal fans gather for the wedding of Prince Harry to Meghan Markle next month, British police will be treating every one as a potential terrorist, prankster or royal obsessive. Read more about this at feeds.reuters.com.
Correspondent Rene Marsh had asked several questions about Zinke’s travel — now the focus of two investigations. Read more about this at huffingtonpost.com.
At the height of Beatlemania, fans would scream so loud that Liverpool’s most famous exports could no longer hear themselves play. Read more about this at cnn.com.
The FBI raided Michael Cohen’s offices earlier this week, seizing his computers and phones. Read more about this at huffingtonpost.com.
“Anger and Pride,” said Italian newspaper La Gazzetta dello Sport’s headline. Barcelona-based newspaper Sport dubbed it: “The Robbery of the Century.” Read more about this at cnn.com.
Spotify’s got something big up its sleeve, that much we know for sure. The music streaming service has a big event in the works for April 24 in New York — though it hasn’t really offered up anything useful beyond that. A revamped version of the company’s free tier could
The Senate Judiciary Committee chairman is pushing for additional safeguards against Trump firing Robert Mueller. Read more about this at huffingtonpost.com.
“Rogue One: A Star Wars Story” star Donnie Yen is taking on another project: the 54-year-old actor has been cast in Disney’s live-action version of “Mulan,” the Hollywood Reporter said Wednesday. Read more about this at foxnews.com.
Alec Baldwin returned for a press conference as President Donald Trump and rapper Cardi B revealed an apparent baby bump while performing on “Saturday Night Live.” Read more about this at cnn.com.
President Donald Trump's tweets are White House statements and should be carefully considered, Richard Haass says. Read more about this at cnbc.com.
Luke Gottlieb There are many legitimate things people can work on forgiving themselves for – from minor mistakes to major mishaps. Yet so many of us are struggling with a sense of blame that does not actually belong to us, for events that were outside of our control, for crimes
Jane Krakowski got “30 Rock” fans excited on Tuesday when she said a possible reboot of the comedy show is possible. Read more about this at foxnews.com.