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May 27 21:20

Meghan Markle reportedly made her wedding guests cry with a love poem

More than a week after Meghan Markle and Prince Harry tied the knot and became the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, we’re still eating up every detail the royal wedding guests have leaked about their private receptions. The latest to bring back all the feels of last Saturday is the story of how Meghan put her acting and writing skills to use and brought everyone to tears with a poem for her new husband.

May 27 21:19

LeBron James, Cavaliers edge past Celtics to reach NBA Finals

LeBron James dropped 35 points in Cleveland’s 87-79 win over the Boston Celtics in Game 7 of the Eastern Conference Finals on Sunday night in Boston. (Getty Images)
LeBron James has not missed the NBA Finals since 2010.

May 27 21:15

Thousands evacuate as Storm Alberto churns toward Florida

Rain falls on Clearwater Beach by Pier 60 early Sunday morning May 27, 2018, as northbound Subtropical Storm Alberto looms in the gulf to the southwest. (Jim Damaske/Tampa Bay Times via AP)

May 27 19:05

Maryland governor declares state of emergency in response to heavy rain, severe flooding in Ellicott City and areas across the state

VIDEOS -- Ellicott City, MD Downtown Pounded by Flash Floods

Dramatic video shows major flooding in Baltimore area

May 27 18:11

Police Officer Does the Unthinkable!

May 27 18:06

Check Your Stockpile: 228,614 pounds of SPAM Recalled

Do you have Spam in your prepper stockpile? 228,614 pounds of it have been recalled and you need to go check the production codes RIGHT NOW.

May 27 18:01

Puna Geothermal officials confirm lava has reached the 40 acres of their operational plant site

spokesperson says the nearest well is about 130 ft away

May 27 17:58

Civil Defense HI can’t say what would trigger a mandatory mass evacuation of the area surrounding Puna Geothermal

despite lava reaching within 130ft of the well field

May 27 16:10

Shirt of shame: Britain dishes out £62million in foreign aid to Rwandan dictator who splurges £30million on sponsorship for his beloved Arsenal FC

An impoverished African country which has received hundreds of millions of pounds in aid from British taxpayers is paying £30 million to sponsor Arsenal – one of the world's richest football clubs.

Rwanda, which is getting £62 million this year alone from the UK, has paid the Premier League club to promote the country's tourist industry on players' shirts.

The astonishing deal will also give Rwanda's despotic ruler Paul Kagame and his cronies the use of an exclusive hospitality box at the London club's Emirates Stadium, piles of match-day tickets and access to star players for promotional work.

Last night, furious critics of the UK's £13 billion-a-year foreign aid programme said the deal proves that British taxpayer cash is being flagrantly wasted.

May 27 16:01

Gordon Brown to re-enter Brexit debate to join demands for a second referendum

Gordon Brown will wade back into the Brexit debate this week to demand a second referendum on the final deal.

The ex-Prime Minister will join the Labour Against Brexit campaign seeking to frustrate the 2016 vote to quit the European Union.

May 27 15:56

Work halts on 67-storey Spire London after it was revealed the highest floors of the £800million skyscraper have just one escape stairwell

Works on the enormous Spire London building have ground to a halt after it was revealed residents on the upper floors of the skyscraper will only have access to one escape stairwell.

At 67-storeys tall, the tower was set to be the tallest residential skyscraper in western Europe when opened in 2020 - but the revelations about its lack of safety provisions have raised questions over what the completed project will look like.

May 27 15:50

Elections watchdog budgets £829,000 taxpayers money to plan for EU Parliament polls in 2019 despite them being due weeks AFTER Brexit

The Electoral Commission has earmarked more than £800,000 to run elections to the European Parliament next year despite Brexit.

The election watchdog admitted it was unlikely to ever run the polls because Britain is not supposed to ever elect MEPs again.

But it insisted that it had to prepare for the possibility of polls, which would have been due next spring if Britain had not voted for Brexit.

May 27 15:47

Doctor Who fans slam £230 price tag for 'mug and selfie' with Christopher Eccleston and Peter Capaldi at London Film And Comic Con

Fans of BBC sci-fi series Doctor Who have hit back at London Film And Comic Con organisers after they were told they had to spend £230 to get close to stars Christopher Eccleston and Peter Capaldi.

If loyal fans of the long-running franchise wanted a photo with either former Timelords, they would have to fork out for a 'diamond pass', which pays for a selfie, an 'exclusive mug' and an autograph.

According to The Sun, fans who have booked up for July's event are fuming over the price, calling the expensive fee 'ridiculous'.

May 27 15:43

Is PetSmart Next? Its Bonds Are Melting Down

The PE-firm-owned retailer has $8 billion in debt and grapples with its fate.

May 27 15:42

Trump tweets that North Korea has 'brilliant potential' and will be a 'great economic and financial Nation' as U.S. negotiator crosses the DMZ to meet the diplomat who called Pence a 'political dummy' to prepare for planned June 12 summit

'Our United States team has arrived in North Korea to make arrangements for the Summit between Kim Jong Un and myself,' Trump tweeted Sunday afternoon after spending four hours at his Virginia golf course.

'I truly believe North Korea has brilliant potential and will be a great economic and financial Nation one day. Kim Jong Un agrees with me on this. It will happen!' he wrote.

May 27 15:39

Is the BBC frittering away YOUR cash on private jets for music stars? Licence fee payers are footing the bill for music festivals headlined by Taylor Swift and Rita Ora

Last night critics questioned how the BBC had managed to pay for a total of eight concerts featuring performances from some of the world’s biggest stars.

Last night critics questioned how the BBC had managed to pay for a total of eight concerts featuring performances from some of the world’s biggest stars.

May 27 15:31

VIDEOS -- Ellicott City, MD Downtown Pounded by Flash Floods

Dramatic video shows major flooding in Baltimore area

May 27 15:10

Who is the vassal: the US or Israel?

Uri Avnery examines whether the US or Israel is pushing the other to war with Iran by scuppering the Iran nuclear deal and attacking Iranian forces in Syria, amid Israeli public indifference and infatuation with Netanyahu and his showmanship.>>

May 27 13:41

Chelsea Clinton has some harsh words for former friend Ivanka Trump in new interview

Former first daughter Chelsea Clinton sat down at the midtown Manhattan offices of the Clinton Foundation for a wide-ranging interview with the U.K. paper the Guardian. Clinton was there ostensibly to talk about her third children’s book, She Persisted Around the World, but she also touched on the pressures of growing up in the White House and her feelings about current first daughter Ivanka Trump.

May 27 13:21

The Letter Q

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