How to Watch the Tokyo Olympics Opening Ceremony

The Olympics just aren’t the same without the opening ceremony! The Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games are taking place in 2021 due to the coronavirus pandemic, but thanks to live streaming, there are more ways to watch than ever before. The two-week event kicks off on Wednesday, July 21 and runs through

Your daily horoscope for Friday, June 25, 2021

Neptune’s about to turn retrograde, but what does it that mean for your sign? Your horoscope can help you figure it out. Sagittarius, you’re about to get a bump of creative energy, which could even put romance on the cards… Meanwhile for Cancer, this switch in direction could help make

Taurus horoscope: What your star sign has in store for May 30 – June 5

TAURUS APR 21 – MAY 21 🔵 Read our horoscopes live blog for the latest readings As the passion planet takes possession of your zone of connections, you read between the lines of a text or email – and know exactly what to do next.   And partners break a communication

Taurus horoscope: What your star sign has in store for May 23 – 29

TAURUS APR 21 – MAY 21 🔵 Read our horoscopes live blog for the latest readings Goals that really mean something to you should head up your priority list.  So look closer, and strike through any ambition that’s borrowed, or just chosen to impress.  Then hopes that have stalled can

Texas diner charging $50 if staff is forced to 'explain' continued mask requirements to customers

Mayor Craig Brown on Texas facing food, water shortages after winter storm Galveston, Texas Mayor Craig Brown provides insight on ‘America’s News HQ’ into the state grappling with the effects of the historic freeze. Anyone who enters this Texas restaurant without a mask will be served a hefty surcharge. Legends

Biden signs an executive order improving stimulus check distribution, enhancing worker protections

President Joe Biden signed an executive order on Friday that directs government departments and agencies to provide more economic aid to Americans, including improving the distribution of stimulus checks, enhancing worker protections, and increasing food assistance, among others. He also signed a second order addressing federal workers’ rights. “Today, I’m

Bryce Hall Confronts Creepy Stalker Outside TikTok House

The man said he came for “sex, obviously.” Hours after pranking Noah Beck with a fake invasion of stalker fans — Bryce Hall encountered a very real one. The TikTok star filmed a very creepy encounter with a male stalker camped outside Sway House HQ in LA last week. Posting

Retired UFC Fighter Georges St-Pierre Looks Absolutely Shredded in New Photo

UFC Legend Georges St-Pierre retired from professional fighting in February of 2019 with a record that safely put him among the most successful welterweights in the league’s history. “It takes a lot of discipline to retire on top. It was a long process in my mind, but it’s time to

Victoria bans New Year’s Eve kissing to stop spread of Covid-19

The Australian state of Victoria has banned the New Year’s Eve midnight kiss despite having two months of no Covid-19 cases. State Premier Dan Andrews has issued a draconian approach to prevent any risk of an outbreak as Melbourne heads into the new year. The government said kisses and hugs