"These hangers are beautiful! Added extra space in my closet."
George Thompson, 36, initially tried to blame the victim for the crash.
Gunmen killed seven Nigerian police officers in a night of attacks in the southern oil hub of Rivers state, police said on Saturday. The attackers opened fire at a checkpoint on Friday evening, then drove on to hit two police stations, the statement said. The killings came amid deteriorating security in Rivers state - whose capital, Port Harcourt, is the gateway to the oil-rich Delta region - and other parts of Africa's largest crude exporter.
Borussia Dortmund are facing a wait to see if Erling Braut Haaland can shake off a leg injury to be fit for Thursday's German Cup final.
Tawny Kitaen, the sultry red-haired actress who appeared in rock music videos during they heyday of MTV and starred opposite Tom Hanks in the 1984 comedy “Bachelor Party,” has died. The Orange County coroner’s office said she died at her home in Newport Beach on Friday. Kitaen became the rock world's “video vixen” after appearing on the cover of two albums from the heavy metal band Ratt and starring in several music videos for Whitesnake, including the 1987 smash song “Here I Go Again.”
Lyon moved into the Champions League places and kept their slim Ligue 1 title hopes alive on Saturday as midfielder Bruno Guimaraes scored twice in a 4-1 victory over Lorient.
A victory by pro-independence parties in Scottish elections is significant for the campaign for Irish unity and underlines that politics in the United Kingdom is undergoing fundamental change, the leader of Irish nationalists Sinn Fein said on Saturday. The Scottish National Party (SNP), which has vowed to hold an independence referendum if it returns to power, was headed for victory on Saturday in Scotland's parliament election but without an outright majority. Sinn Fein leader Mary Lou McDonald said her party, which jointly leads the devolved government in British-run Northern Ireland and is the main opposition party in Ireland, will be watching what happens next in Scotland "very closely".
Zimbabwe captain Brendan Taylor paid tribute to Pakistan after the tourists took total control on the second day of the second Test at Harare Sports Club on Saturday, outclassing the home side with both bat and ball to take a huge step towards sealing a 2-0 series victory.
THIS VIDEO CONTAINS GRAPHIC CONTENTDozens were killed in multiple blasts at a school in the Afghan capital Kabul on Saturday (May 8), with many more injured....Officials say the victims were mostly female students coming out of school.Kabul has been on high alert since Washington announced plans last month to pull out all U.S. troops by September 11, with Afghan officials saying the Taliban have stepped up attacks across the country.No group has claimed responsibility for Saturday's attack, which Afghan President Ashraf Ghani blamed on the insurgent Taliban.A Taliban spokesman denied the group's involvement and condemned the incident.The explosions took place in western Kabul, a heavily Shi’ite Muslim neighborhood that has frequently been attacked by Islamic State militants in the past.On Twitter, the European Union's mission in Afghanistan called the attack ''a despicable act of terrorism''.
Sudanese officials held talks with a new U.S. envoy to the Horn of Africa on Saturday aimed at resolving a dispute over Ethiopia's giant hydropower dam on the Blue Nile. Talks between Sudan, Egypt, and Ethiopia over the filling and operation of the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance dam fell apart in April, and an invitation by Sudan for a prime minister-level summit went unanswered.
Italy is hoping to drop the quarantine requirement for visitors from the rest of the European Union, Britain and Israel by mid-May, Foreign Minister Luigi Di Maio said on Saturday.
Italy plans to lift quarantine restrictions for travellers arriving from European countries, Britain and Israel as early as mid-May in a bid to revive the tourism industry, Foreign Minister Luigi Di Maio said on Saturday. Quarantine requirement may be scrapped for those arriving from the United States from June, Di Maio said, after meeting Health Minister Roberto Speranza to discuss the easing of restrictions for countries where vaccination levels are high.
To'o To'o was Tennessee's leading tackler in 2020.
Andy Burnham promises ‘better jobs, better homes and better transport’ for people in the north-west of England after being re-elected Mayor of Greater Manchester. .
“After 20 fabulous years hosting E!’s red carpet, I have decided to step out of my red carpet heels into a new pair of shoes,” Rancic writes Giuliana Rancic is leaving her post as host of E!’s red carpet coverage, she said Friday. “After 20 fabulous years hosting E!’s red carpet, I have decided to step out of my red carpet heels into a new pair of shoes,” Rancic said in a statement posted to Instagram Friday. “One of my passions is great storytelling and I am thrilled to announce a new development deal with E!’s parent company NBCUniversal where I will be producing and bringing stories to life. To my E! family, thank you for allowing me to make my red carpet dreams come true for the past two decades. It has truly been a highlight of my career and life. To my production team throughout the years, you are all simply the best. We have made some beautiful memories together that I will always carry with me. And to all the viewers, all around the world, thank you for watching and supporting me as we went along together on this red carpet ride. I love and appreciate you all and I sure hope you will join me as I enter this exciting new chapter.” In a statement provided to People, an E! spokesperson said: “While we will all miss watching Giuliana bring her iconic interview style, infectious humor and keen sense of fashion to E!’s red carpet, we are excited to announce a development deal across NBCUniversal where she will bring her passion projects to life. We look forward to collaborating with Giuliana in the future and we will always be her biggest fans — on and off the carpet.” E! and NBCUniversal did not immediately respond to TheWrap’s request for comment Saturday. See Rancic’s Instagram post here. More to come… Read original story Giuliana Rancic Exits E!’s Red Carpet Coverage, Signs Development Deal With NBCUniversal At TheWrap
Meet Chip, a two-year-old collie golden retriever mix, who lives with his owners in Dublin, Ireland.Owners Kyle Coady and Cara McIntyre gave Chip a pair of glasses to wear, and recorded the canine with the spectacles on.Speaking to Storyful, Coady said it was the first time they tried putting glasses on him and said “he didn’t seem to mind at all.”“In fact, he seemed delighted to be getting all the laughs from us,” Coady added. Credit: Kyle Coady via Storyful
Presidential historian, Pulitzer Prize-winning author and former Newsweek editor Jon Meachem has a new podcast called “Fate of Fact,” in which he investigates how American politics — particularly in the Republican Party, as Meachem says — became detached not only from our constitutional system of checks and balances but from reality itself. Meachem joins Michael Isikoff, Daniel Klaidman and Victoria Bassetti on this episode, which contains a deep and important conversation about history, our tumultuous present moment and where the country might go from here.
Barcelona and Atletico Madrid knew victory could fire them towards the La Liga title but Saturday's 0-0 draw at Camp Nou handed Real Madrid the chance to go top.
Hansi Flick landed a ninth consecutive Bundesliga title for Bayern Munich on Saturday, but his youthful replacement Julian Nagelsmann has already been warned what to expect as head coach of next season's new-look squad.
The visitors took the lead in the second minute when Eze carved the Blades open with a mazy run and slid the ball to Benteke, whose effort bounced off George Baldock and dribbled over the line. Wilfried Zaha had an effort from close range blocked before Benteke was denied a second when his powerful header was only just kept out by United goalkeeper Aaron Ramsdale.