First lady Melania Trump traveled to Ohio

 It’s like we’re all back in May 2017. Well, it’s another day, and another video of Donald and Melania Trump is doing the rounds of the Internet. The US President and the First Lady had an awkward moment on Monday before boarding Marine One as they departed from the White House to Ohio. Read More »

Scandals and Politics

 One of the definitions of is “physical activity in which people touch each other’s bodies, kiss each other, etc.” Thus, instances or accusations of homophobia that do not include or seek that sort of physical activity are not covered by this list. Read More »

New photo Modelling of Noor Pahlavi in 2018

 Noor Pahlavi is not your average princess. Daughter of Reza Pahlavi, the Crown Prince, and granddaughter of the late Shah Mohammad Reza Pahlavi, she is the first generation of the distinguished family to have been born. Read More »

Six Presidential Properties for Sale

 This Martha’s Vineyard home served as the summer White House to President Obama, his wife Michelle and their two daughters, Malia and Sasha, back in 2013. Known as Chilmark House, it boasts panoramic ocean views of the South Shore and Chilmark Pond and is currently for sale for $19.125 million, down from $22.5 million when it was first listed in ... Read More »

most awkward greetings of world leaders

host of factors to consider when one world leader welcomes a visiting dignitary before the cameras – how hard should you shake hands, and for how long? What about those Euro-style kisses? When is a hug appropriate? President Barack Obama and German Chancellor Angela Merkel get friendly at the G8 Summit in May. Read More »

North Korea’s New Missile Is Bigger and More Powerful

 During a phone conversation with President Trump on Thursday, President Moon Jae-in of South Korea said that the Hwasong-15 was “the most advanced North Korean missile yet, in all aspects,” according to his office. But he said it had not proved that North Korea has accomplished re-entry technology, or an ability to guide the warhead to its target. Read More »