Monday, April 13, 2015


Harvey Weinstein will not face criminal charges stemming from an Italian model’s claim that he molested her last month, the Manhattan DA said Friday.

After the announcement, Weinstein was seen leaving the DA's office looking one million dollars lighter.

Kim Kardashian visited her ancestors' homeland of Armenia. She wrote on her Instagram account, "We have not forgotten our roots!"

"How could we," she added, "when we see them in the mirror every day?"

Gwyneth Paltrow will participate in the #FoodBankNYCChallenge. For one week, Paltrow will eat on a Supplemental Nutritional Assistance Program budget of $29 a week.

"I never realized how difficult it was," Paltrow tweeted. "It barely gives me enough food to throw up after eating."

Marco Rubio, the Florida senator who is expected to announce he is running for president today, is calling for "A New American Century."

At a rally in Florida, Rubio told supporters, "If elected, I'm going sign an executive order making this the 22nd-century. I can do that, can't I?"

A study run by researchers in the U.S., Canada and Germany states that, if given the chance, men were more likely than women to go back in time to kill Adolf Hitler.

However, an overwhelming number of women would go back in order to nag him "to give the kids a chance on the sled for a change. And while we're on the subject, would you please just either grow out or shave that stupid mustache of yours?"



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