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Olivia Wilde's Beauty Routine Includes a Lot of Saliva

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Olivia Wilde is a lazy girl's role model when it comes to beauty. We love her, not just because she does less, but because her hacks are so relatable and efficient. "I...

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Olivia Wilde's Blond Highlights Are Super Subtle and Majorly Pretty

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Fresh off her stint in '1984,' Olivia Wilde traded in her dark brown hair for freshly highlighted streaks.

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Olivia Wilde 'Disturbed And Disgusted' By Harvey Weinstein Allegations

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Olivia Wilde became the latest A-lister to speak out against Harvey Weinstein in the wake of disturbing allegations detailing rampant sexual harassment spanning decades.

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President Trump thought dedicating a golf trophy to hurricane victims was a helpful idea

Added: 03.10.2017 15:48 | 13 views | 0 comments


As Puerto Ricans continue struggling for access to food and water, in New Jersey on Sunday, President Trump dedicated the trophy of the President's Cup golf tournament to hurricane victims.  SEE ALSO: Here's where Trump spent the past 10 days as Puerto Rico collapsed While presenting the trophy to U.S. team captain Steve Stricker, Trump, referring to hurricane victims, said, "We’re going to dedicate this trophy to all of those people that went through so much that we love, a part of our great state, really a part of our great nation." In his statement, Trump continued to lament the the tragedy and damage wrought by hurricanes Harvey, Irma, and Maria. But amidst the dedication, the president again emphasized the effectiveness of his administration's response. “On behalf of all of the people of Texas, and all of the people — if you look today and see what is happening, how horrible it is, but we have it under really great control — Puerto Rico, and the people of Florida who have really suffered over this last short period of time with the hurricanes, I want to just remember them," said the president. Donald Trump is the first president to present the President's Cup trophy in the tournament's history. Many people on Twitter criticized the president for statements they perceived as tone deaf. Others took issue with the fact that Trump chose to attend a golf tournament before his planned trip to Puerto Rico on Tuesday. We have Americans dying and without food, clean water or electricty in Puerto Rico & Donald Trump dedicates a F'n golf trophy to them. What a clown. https://t.co/53OFHiqA3f — Josh Sánchez (@jnsanchez) October 1, 2017 Donald Trump dedicates a Golf Tournament Trophy to the Hurricane Victims...smh WTF is wrong with this guy? The POTUS? #FOH — Freddie Foxxx (@BumpyKnuckles) October 2, 2017 The dedication comes amidst widespread criticism of the president's response to hurricane relief in Puerto Rico. San Juan mayor Carmen Yulín Cruz has begged for assistance for what she says is a "life and death" situation for her people. President Trump in turn criticized the mayor for "poor leadership" and said that her characterization of the situation was politically motivated. The Mayor of San Juan, who was very complimentary only a few days ago, has now been told by the Democrats that you must be nasty to Trump. — Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) September 30, 2017 ...Such poor leadership ability by the Mayor of San Juan, and others in Puerto Rico, who are not able to get their workers to help. They.... — Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) September 30, 2017 The trophy dedication, alongside the president's tweetstorm criticizing Cruz on Saturday morning and his insistence that FEMA is doing a "great job," has contributed to the perception that the president is callously mishandling a national emergency. Trump dedicates president's cup to Puerto Rico. Can they melt it down to buy food and water for their people. — Markie Labovitz (@L2Markie) October 1, 2017 praying that donald trump can get another golf trophy for the country — Collin Duddy (@LoboExplosivo) October 2, 2017 Since @realDonaldTrump dedicated a golf trophy to hurricane Maria victims, I dedicate this to donald #trump#trumptrophy pic.twitter.com/waVZXwn5i0 — kellyandscreech (@kellyandscreech) October 2, 2017 Donald Trump's Marie Antoinette moment: Puerto Rico people suffering? Let them have a trophy... pic.twitter.com/TtbLHQyJiV — GeeGee (@GeeGeeAkili) October 1, 2017 If you don't have a golf trophy lying around, here's how you can help Hurricane Maria victims now. WATCH: Mark Ruffalo, Olivia Wilde, and more celebs led a powerful protest at Trump Tower

FEMA Administrator blames logistics for slow Puerto Rico relief, gets major Twitter reality check

Added: 03.10.2017 14:07 | 10 views | 0 comments


On Sunday morning, Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) Administrator Brock Long spoke with Fox News about the devastating post-Maria situation in Puerto Rico, and let's just say things didn't go so well. In his discussion Long referred to the hurricane relief efforts in Puerto Rico as "the most logistically challenging event the United States has ever seen," prompting the internet to ask the following question: "R u serious, bro?" SEE ALSO: Trump to Puerto Rico: Show us the money Long's response came after " Fox News Sunday" host Chris Wallace played a clip of San Juan Mayor Carmen Yulin Cruz shutting down Acting Secretary of Homeland Security Elaine Duke. After Duke called the Trump administration's response to Hurricane Maria a "good news story" Cruz said, "Dammit, this is not a good news story. This is a people are dying story. This is a life or death story." Wallace asked whether Long felt it's a mistake for people in Washington to refer to the relief thus far as "a good news story" when millions of people are still seriously struggling.  "Look, we’re not going to be satisfied until the situation is stabilized. And the bottom line is, is this is the most logistically challenging event the United States has ever seen and we have been moving and pushing as fast as the situation allows," Long said. Once Twitter users heard Long's comments they began to cast some doubt, reminiscing over various other preeeeetty intense logistical challenges that the U.S. has managed to overcome. Normandy. Dunkirk. Berlin airlift. Pacific theater. — ZoomZoom (@ZoomsZoomz) October 1, 2017 Yet SOMEHOW we can get personnel and supplies to the #InternationalSpaceStation 樂樂樂樂樂樂樂樂樂樂樂樂樂 pic.twitter.com/OCGPgzMpRn — cassandracarolina (@cassandra17lina) October 1, 2017 Aside from landing a human being on another celestial entity and then returning him home safely with less computing power than my iPhone? — Luke Margolis (@LukeMargolis) October 1, 2017 We literally have a military that can land in the middle of the dessert and have a fully functioning city in a day. Do better @FEMA_Brock — Dem Texas Girls  (@TexDem16) October 1, 2017 This from a country that landed people on the moon, fought two world wars, built dams on raging rivers. But supplying an island? Way hard. — Chris Floyd (@empireburlesque) October 1, 2017 The Berlin airlift is a great example, we didn't even have naval options, we pulled it off with 1948 era cargo planes. — Michael Balla Jr (@The_NavigatorBR) October 1, 2017 Astronauts planted an American flag on the goddamn Moon https://t.co/yPR5nn6hVE — Matthew Yglesias (@mattyglesias) October 1, 2017 Dear @FEMA_Brock: Um, remember WWII? Berlin Airlift? Desert Storm? Sending a man to the moon? WE ARE A SUPERPOWER. ACT LIKE IT. https://t.co/PQFTWBnT1U — Ted Lieu (@tedlieu) October 1, 2017 My father-in-law was a combat engineer in both the European and Pacific Theaters during WWII. He would beg to differ with Brock Long. https://t.co/kt1kouuPrp — Havanese_Plz (@SedonaRockss) October 1, 2017 Would you agree those feats were also a tad logistically challenging, Long?  A bit later in the interview Wallace went back to address Long's comment, giving him a chance to further explain — but the administrator continued to defend his words. "It’s not only a logistically complex event, just getting to the islands and being able to support an island that was hit not just by one major hurricane but two within basically a 10-day period ...The ports were damaged. The airports were damaged," he said. "I think there is a frustration from people who are making attacks on them that aren't grounded in the reality of an incredibly difficult logistical situation. And that's causing all sorts of people to say things that they probably shouldn't say," Long went on. Despite the public's outrage with the lack of proper relief in Puerto Rico, President Trump has praised FEMA for its efforts several times on Twitter. He even took it upon himself to so thoughtfully remind everyone on Friday of the logistical situation, by announcing that Puerto Rico is "An island, surround by water. Big water. Ocean water." We can only hope FEMA steps the heck up and summons whatever inspiration drove America to land on the moon and fight two world wars to help Puerto Rico, fast.  CORRECTION: The clip of Mayor Cruz was played on "Fox News Sunday" on the national Fox network.  WATCH: Mark Ruffalo, Olivia Wilde, and more celebs led a powerful protest at Trump Tower

President Trump thought dedicating a golf trophy to hurricane victims was a helpful idea

Added: 03.10.2017 13:53 | 14 views | 0 comments


As Puerto Ricans continue struggling for access to food and water, in New Jersey on Sunday, President Trump dedicated the trophy of the President's Cup golf tournament to hurricane victims.  SEE ALSO: Here's where Trump spent the past 10 days as Puerto Rico collapsed While presenting the trophy to U.S. team captain Steve Stricker, Trump, referring to hurricane victims, said, "We’re going to dedicate this trophy to all of those people that went through so much that we love, a part of our great state, really a part of our great nation." In his statement, Trump continued to lament the the tragedy and damage wrought by hurricanes Harvey, Irma, and Maria. But amidst the dedication, the president again emphasized the effectiveness of his administration's response. “On behalf of all of the people of Texas, and all of the people — if you look today and see what is happening, how horrible it is, but we have it under really great control — Puerto Rico, and the people of Florida who have really suffered over this last short period of time with the hurricanes, I want to just remember them," said the president. Donald Trump is the first president to present the President's Cup trophy in the tournament's history. Many people on Twitter criticized the president for statements they perceived as tone deaf. Others took issue with the fact that Trump chose to attend a golf tournament before his planned trip to Puerto Rico on Tuesday. We have Americans dying and without food, clean water or electricty in Puerto Rico & Donald Trump dedicates a F'n golf trophy to them. What a clown. https://t.co/53OFHiqA3f — Josh Sánchez (@jnsanchez) October 1, 2017 Donald Trump dedicates a Golf Tournament Trophy to the Hurricane Victims...smh WTF is wrong with this guy? The POTUS? #FOH — Freddie Foxxx (@BumpyKnuckles) October 2, 2017 The dedication comes amidst widespread criticism of the president's response to hurricane relief in Puerto Rico. San Juan mayor Carmen Yulín Cruz has begged for assistance for what she says is a "life and death" situation for her people. President Trump in turn criticized the mayor for "poor leadership" and said that her characterization of the situation was politically motivated. The Mayor of San Juan, who was very complimentary only a few days ago, has now been told by the Democrats that you must be nasty to Trump. — Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) September 30, 2017 ...Such poor leadership ability by the Mayor of San Juan, and others in Puerto Rico, who are not able to get their workers to help. They.... — Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) September 30, 2017 The trophy dedication, alongside the president's tweetstorm criticizing Cruz on Saturday morning and his insistence that FEMA is doing a "great job," has contributed to the perception that the president is callously mishandling a national emergency. Trump dedicates president's cup to Puerto Rico. Can they melt it down to buy food and water for their people. — Markie Labovitz (@L2Markie) October 1, 2017 praying that donald trump can get another golf trophy for the country — Collin Duddy (@LoboExplosivo) October 2, 2017 Since @realDonaldTrump dedicated a golf trophy to hurricane Maria victims, I dedicate this to donald #trump#trumptrophy pic.twitter.com/waVZXwn5i0 — kellyandscreech (@kellyandscreech) October 2, 2017 Donald Trump's Marie Antoinette moment: Puerto Rico people suffering? Let them have a trophy... pic.twitter.com/TtbLHQyJiV — GeeGee (@GeeGeeAkili) October 1, 2017 If you don't have a golf trophy lying around, here's how you can help Hurricane Maria victims now. WATCH: Mark Ruffalo, Olivia Wilde, and more celebs led a powerful protest at Trump Tower

FEMA Administrator blames logistics for slow Puerto Rico relief, gets major Twitter reality check

Added: 03.10.2017 9:58 | 14 views | 0 comments


On Sunday morning, Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) Administrator Brock Long spoke with Fox News about the devastating post-Maria situation in Puerto Rico, and let's just say things didn't go so well. In his discussion Long referred to the hurricane relief efforts in Puerto Rico as "the most logistically challenging event the United States has ever seen," prompting the internet to ask the following question: "R u serious, bro?" SEE ALSO: Trump to Puerto Rico: Show us the money Long's response came after " Fox News Sunday" host Chris Wallace played a clip of San Juan Mayor Carmen Yulin Cruz shutting down Acting Secretary of Homeland Security Elaine Duke. After Duke called the Trump administration's response to Hurricane Maria a "good news story" Cruz said, "Dammit, this is not a good news story. This is a people are dying story. This is a life or death story." Wallace asked whether Long felt it's a mistake for people in Washington to refer to the relief thus far as "a good news story" when millions of people are still seriously struggling.  "Look, we’re not going to be satisfied until the situation is stabilized. And the bottom line is, is this is the most logistically challenging event the United States has ever seen and we have been moving and pushing as fast as the situation allows," Long said. Once Twitter users heard Long's comments they began to cast some doubt, reminiscing over various other preeeeetty intense logistical challenges that the U.S. has managed to overcome. Normandy. Dunkirk. Berlin airlift. Pacific theater. — ZoomZoom (@ZoomsZoomz) October 1, 2017 Yet SOMEHOW we can get personnel and supplies to the #InternationalSpaceStation 樂樂樂樂樂樂樂樂樂樂樂樂樂 pic.twitter.com/OCGPgzMpRn — cassandracarolina (@cassandra17lina) October 1, 2017 Aside from landing a human being on another celestial entity and then returning him home safely with less computing power than my iPhone? — Luke Margolis (@LukeMargolis) October 1, 2017 We literally have a military that can land in the middle of the dessert and have a fully functioning city in a day. Do better @FEMA_Brock — Dem Texas Girls  (@TexDem16) October 1, 2017 This from a country that landed people on the moon, fought two world wars, built dams on raging rivers. But supplying an island? Way hard. — Chris Floyd (@empireburlesque) October 1, 2017 The Berlin airlift is a great example, we didn't even have naval options, we pulled it off with 1948 era cargo planes. — Michael Balla Jr (@The_NavigatorBR) October 1, 2017 Astronauts planted an American flag on the goddamn Moon https://t.co/yPR5nn6hVE — Matthew Yglesias (@mattyglesias) October 1, 2017 Dear @FEMA_Brock: Um, remember WWII? Berlin Airlift? Desert Storm? Sending a man to the moon? WE ARE A SUPERPOWER. ACT LIKE IT. https://t.co/PQFTWBnT1U — Ted Lieu (@tedlieu) October 1, 2017 My father-in-law was a combat engineer in both the European and Pacific Theaters during WWII. He would beg to differ with Brock Long. https://t.co/kt1kouuPrp — Havanese_Plz (@SedonaRockss) October 1, 2017 Would you agree those feats were also a tad logistically challenging, Long?  A bit later in the interview Wallace went back to address Long's comment, giving him a chance to further explain — but the administrator continued to defend his words. "It’s not only a logistically complex event, just getting to the islands and being able to support an island that was hit not just by one major hurricane but two within basically a 10-day period ...The ports were damaged. The airports were damaged," he said. "I think there is a frustration from people who are making attacks on them that aren't grounded in the reality of an incredibly difficult logistical situation. And that's causing all sorts of people to say things that they probably shouldn't say," Long went on. Despite the public's outrage with the lack of proper relief in Puerto Rico, President Trump has praised FEMA for its efforts several times on Twitter. He even took it upon himself to so thoughtfully remind everyone on Friday of the logistical situation, by announcing that Puerto Rico is "An island, surround by water. Big water. Ocean water." We can only hope FEMA steps the heck up and summons whatever inspiration drove America to land on the moon and fight two world wars to help Puerto Rico, fast.  CORRECTION: The clip of Mayor Cruz was played on "Fox News Sunday" on the national Fox network.  WATCH: Mark Ruffalo, Olivia Wilde, and more celebs led a powerful protest at Trump Tower

President Trump thought dedicating a golf trophy to hurricane victims was a helpful idea

Added: 03.10.2017 9:43 | 12 views | 0 comments


As Puerto Ricans continue struggling for access to food and water, in New Jersey on Sunday, President Trump dedicated the trophy of the President's Cup golf tournament to hurricane victims.  SEE ALSO: Here's where Trump spent the past 10 days as Puerto Rico collapsed While presenting the trophy to U.S. team captain Steve Stricker, Trump, referring to hurricane victims, said, "We’re going to dedicate this trophy to all of those people that went through so much that we love, a part of our great state, really a part of our great nation." In his statement, Trump continued to lament the the tragedy and damage wrought by hurricanes Harvey, Irma, and Maria. But amidst the dedication, the president again emphasized the effectiveness of his administration's response. “On behalf of all of the people of Texas, and all of the people — if you look today and see what is happening, how horrible it is, but we have it under really great control — Puerto Rico, and the people of Florida who have really suffered over this last short period of time with the hurricanes, I want to just remember them," said the president. Donald Trump is the first president to present the President's Cup trophy in the tournament's history. Many people on Twitter criticized the president for statements they perceived as tone deaf. Others took issue with the fact that Trump chose to attend a golf tournament before his planned trip to Puerto Rico on Tuesday. We have Americans dying and without food, clean water or electricty in Puerto Rico & Donald Trump dedicates a F'n golf trophy to them. What a clown. https://t.co/53OFHiqA3f — Josh Sánchez (@jnsanchez) October 1, 2017 Donald Trump dedicates a Golf Tournament Trophy to the Hurricane Victims...smh WTF is wrong with this guy? The POTUS? #FOH — Freddie Foxxx (@BumpyKnuckles) October 2, 2017 The dedication comes amidst widespread criticism of the president's response to hurricane relief in Puerto Rico. San Juan mayor Carmen Yulín Cruz has begged for assistance for what she says is a "life and death" situation for her people. President Trump in turn criticized the mayor for "poor leadership" and said that her characterization of the situation was politically motivated. The Mayor of San Juan, who was very complimentary only a few days ago, has now been told by the Democrats that you must be nasty to Trump. — Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) September 30, 2017 ...Such poor leadership ability by the Mayor of San Juan, and others in Puerto Rico, who are not able to get their workers to help. They.... — Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) September 30, 2017 The trophy dedication, alongside the president's tweetstorm criticizing Cruz on Saturday morning and his insistence that FEMA is doing a "great job," has contributed to the perception that the president is callously mishandling a national emergency. Trump dedicates president's cup to Puerto Rico. Can they melt it down to buy food and water for their people. — Markie Labovitz (@L2Markie) October 1, 2017 praying that donald trump can get another golf trophy for the country — Collin Duddy (@LoboExplosivo) October 2, 2017 Since @realDonaldTrump dedicated a golf trophy to hurricane Maria victims, I dedicate this to donald #trump#trumptrophy pic.twitter.com/waVZXwn5i0 — kellyandscreech (@kellyandscreech) October 2, 2017 Donald Trump's Marie Antoinette moment: Puerto Rico people suffering? Let them have a trophy... pic.twitter.com/TtbLHQyJiV — GeeGee (@GeeGeeAkili) October 1, 2017 If you don't have a golf trophy lying around, here's how you can help Hurricane Maria victims now. WATCH: Mark Ruffalo, Olivia Wilde, and more celebs led a powerful protest at Trump Tower

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