Bill Clinton accuses Federal Bureau of Investigation of serving up a 'load of bull'The conservative legal group Judicial Watch obtained the emails as part of its lawsuit against the State Department. Trump said it showed that under Clinton, "you pay, and you're getting things". "Very imp", the email said.
MTV VMAs: Beyoncé steals the show with fiery performanceOver the course of the evening, Rihanna made many fashion statements before closing the night with Drake onstage. Drake professed his love to RiRi, saying he's been "in love" with her since he was 22 years old.
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Channing Tatum Freaks Out After Meeting Simone Biles On The Ellen ShowBut there's a twist: Tatum might be more obsessed with Biles than vice versa. Channing's look of pure elation when he hugs Simone is ideal .05 September 2016
Turkish airstrikes kill 20 in SyriaThere was no comment from USA officials about the escalation of fighting between the two sides-both of which are US allies. The Kurdish-led forces "must pull back to the east of the Euphrates".04 September 2016
Girls Stage Protest For Their Right To Sport Their Natural HairThe new rules have been interpreted as racist as black students say it is an attempt to repress an expression of culture. For instance some educators tell them they look like monkeys, or have nests on their heads.
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Trump says United States has a 'false economy'Ultra-low interest rates have forced financial institutions to take on more risk as lending spreads have fallen. However, since that speech was made, a wave of U.S. economic data has been rather weak.
Beyonce and Rihanna most tweeted topics during MTV VMAsThe music video, which shows him looking frail in bed with bandaged eyes, was released just days before the icon's Jan 10 death. She sang songs like "We Found Love" and "Where Have You Been" - sometimes letting the backing track do most of the work.02 September 2016
Sony Xperia X Compact with SD820 SoC & 16MP Camera Listed OnlineSony will sell the Xperia X Compact from next week according to its IFA keynote, but has yet to indicate Australian launch plans. The Xperia X Compact X packs Sony's superior imaging technology and mid-range specifications in a really compact form factor.