From flying goats and gigantic pretend penises to punch a neighbour day, these are the world's oddest festivals according to The Sun - and their dates, if you dare. 1. MUD FESTIVAL, SOUTH KOREA WHEN: July 21-30. WHAT: Mud, glorious mud and thousands of revellers covered in the stuff.
Actor Harrison Ford has been involved in a near miss with a Boeing 737 Hollywood legend was flying his single engine plane Husky when he mistakenly aimed for the taxiway at John Wayne Airport rather than the runway He just missed the American Airlines 737 loaded with 110 passengers Harrison Ford nearly crashed his single engine plane Husky into a Boeing 737 on Monday.
Though the term manspreading is a recent addition to the personal-is-political feminist lexicon, the posture itself has a history that spans centuries and continents. Compare Michelangelo's David, extending his marble leg in nude confidence, to the Venus de Milo, coyly angling her knee toward her other leg.
A San Francisco-based appeals court on Thursday rejected the Trump administration's request to resume his executive action on immigration and refugees, setting up a potential showdown in the Supreme Court. The United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit ruled that a nationwide restraining order against President Trump's temporary travel ban may continue while a federal judge considers a lawsuit over the policy.
Mitch McConnell silenced Elizabeth Warren in the Senate chamber. That only made her voice louder. There are many ways that American culture tells women to be quiet-many ways they are reminded that they would really be so much more pleasing if they would just smile a little more, or talk a little less, or work a little harder to be pliant and agreeable.
Just how popular is Donald Trump? Two weeks into the new president's term, it's a matter of some dispute. Traditional phone polls that use live interviewers - including some of the most trusted polls in politics and media - report limited support for Trump and the controversial executive orders he's signed.
President Donald Trump wants to go after Mexico's "bad hombres," according to a transcript of a call between him and Mexican president Enrique Peña Nieto as reported by the Associated Press and a Mexican journalist Wednesday. In the call, according to the AP's reporting of the transcript, Trump told Peña Nieto: "You have a bunch of bad hombres down there.
Acting Attorney General Sally Yates, a Democratic appointee, says she's directed Justice Department attorneys not to defend President Donald Trump's executive order on refugees. Yates said in a memo Monday that she is not convinced that Trump's order is lawful, or that its defense is consistent with the department's obligation to "always seek justice and stand for what is right."
In the first military raid carried out under President Trump, two Americans were killed in Yemen Sunday - one a member of Seal Team 6 and the other the eight-year-old daughter of Anwar al-Awlaki, the New Mexico-born Al Qaeda leader who was himself killed in a U.S. strike five years ago.
The president of Mexico said on Thursday that he was canceling his scheduled meeting with President Donald J. Trump in Washington next week, rejecting the visit after the new American leader ordered a border wall between the two nations.
Donald Trump Donald Trump Trump signs executive order reinstating 'global gag rule' on abortion Drug lobby launches major ad blitz amid Trump criticism Inauguration speech wrongly demonized free trade MORE on Monday morning signed an executive order blocking foreign aid or federal funding for international nongovernmental organizations that provide or "promote" abortions.