Kim Kardashian West got super drunk and leaked her own baby news

(CNN)Turns out, Kim Kardashian West is the leak. Her son, Psalm, was born in May. My little man is the sweetest ever! He’s honestly the best baby. Sleeps through the night and by far my most calm. How did I get so lucky A post shared by Kim Kardashian West (@kimkardashian) on Aug 25, 2019 at 9:04pm PDT In the clip, Scott Disick asks if Kardashian told multiple people that she was expecting, and she responds, “I think so.” “No, ’cause, I mean, it was my fault,” she adds. “That’s why I don’t drink.” The reality star and beauty mogul wasn’t upset about it though, telling Disick, “I’m so excited.” “At first I was having such anxiety just because I’m …

Trump’s controversies show his presidency is really all about himself

(CNN)Donald Trump’s latest controversies make his presidency look more than ever like a vehicle for self-justification, self-preservation and self-enrichment. His presidency has often been an exercise in testing and even going beyond constitutional limits — conduct that House Judiciary Committee Democrats plan to highlight by voting this week on a resolution laying out procedures for an investigation now that they are actively considering impeachment. It is not just at home that Trump often seems most concerned with serving his own ends. The President also seems to be using foreign policy as a propaganda tool. His summits and pen pal relationship with Kim Jong Un did not end North Korea’s nuclear or missile programs. They did provide photo-ops that show him …

15 Amazing Photos You Missed This Week

We’re highlighting exceptional photos from around the world for the week of Aug. 31 to Sept. 6. Check them out below.  RAUL ARBOLEDA via Getty Images Handout . / Reuters STR via Getty Images Callaghan O’Hare / Reuters VYACHESLAV OSELEDKO via Getty Images ODD ANDERSEN via Getty Images Thomas Peter / Reuters Navesh Chitrakar / Reuters Yana Paskova via Getty Images GUILLAUME SOUVANT via Getty Images Mario Tama via Getty Images TIZIANA FABI via Getty Images Ints Kalnins/Reuters CHRISTOF STACHE via Getty Images Download Join HuffPost Plus Original Article : HERE ; The Ultimate Survival Food: The Lost Ways

15 Amazing Photos You Missed This Week

We’re highlighting exceptional photos from around the world for the week of Aug. 31 to Sept. 6. Check them out below.  RAUL ARBOLEDA via Getty Images Handout . / Reuters STR via Getty Images Callaghan O’Hare / Reuters VYACHESLAV OSELEDKO via Getty Images ODD ANDERSEN via Getty Images Thomas Peter / Reuters Navesh Chitrakar / Reuters Yana Paskova via Getty Images GUILLAUME SOUVANT via Getty Images Mario Tama via Getty Images TIZIANA FABI via Getty Images Ints Kalnins/Reuters CHRISTOF STACHE via Getty Images Download Join HuffPost Plus Original Article : HERE ; The Ultimate Survival Food: The Lost Ways

15 Amazing Photos You Missed This Week

We’re highlighting exceptional photos from around the world for the week of Aug. 31 to Sept. 6. Check them out below.  RAUL ARBOLEDA via Getty Images Handout . / Reuters STR via Getty Images Callaghan O’Hare / Reuters VYACHESLAV OSELEDKO via Getty Images ODD ANDERSEN via Getty Images Thomas Peter / Reuters Navesh Chitrakar / Reuters Yana Paskova via Getty Images GUILLAUME SOUVANT via Getty Images Mario Tama via Getty Images TIZIANA FABI via Getty Images Ints Kalnins/Reuters CHRISTOF STACHE via Getty Images Download Join HuffPost Plus Original Article : HERE ; The Ultimate Survival Food: The Lost Ways

15 Amazing Photos You Missed This Week

We’re highlighting exceptional photos from around the world for the week of Aug. 31 to Sept. 6. Check them out below.  RAUL ARBOLEDA via Getty Images Handout . / Reuters STR via Getty Images Callaghan O’Hare / Reuters VYACHESLAV OSELEDKO via Getty Images ODD ANDERSEN via Getty Images Thomas Peter / Reuters Navesh Chitrakar / Reuters Yana Paskova via Getty Images GUILLAUME SOUVANT via Getty Images Mario Tama via Getty Images TIZIANA FABI via Getty Images Ints Kalnins/Reuters CHRISTOF STACHE via Getty Images Download Join HuffPost Plus Original Article : HERE ; The Ultimate Survival Food: The Lost Ways

Bahamas Cruise Line Offers Free Evacuations For Those Stranded By Hurricane Dorian

The Grand Celebration cruise liner will shuttle food and water supplies, volunteers, first responders and evacuees to Grand Bahama Island on Thursday evening. told CNN it would offer Bahamians a free journey back to Florida on Friday provided they have proper documents. The “We felt like we had to do this for the people of the Bahamas and the island of Grand Bahama, especially given our history with the island,” CEO Oneil Khosa told CNN. In 2017, the Federal Emergency Management Agency The Norwegian cruise lines are also assisting with relief efforts, delivering provisions and donations to the islands. Both liners will donate at least $1 million to relief efforts, according to news releases. requested donations of items, including canned …

The Bahamas’ death toll is rising as 70,000 residents left homeless by Hurricane Dorian seek food and shelter

Great Abaco, the Bahamas (CNN)Volunteers with search dogs continue to scour neighborhoods flattened by Hurricane Dorian, while global relief agencies are rushing to get food and shelter Saturday to some 70,000 people in the Bahamas left homeless on two northern islands. Search and rescue personnel who arrived with cadaver dogs on the Abaco Islands brought body bags and coolers to store human remains, said Joy Jibrilu, director general of the country’s tourism and aviation ministry. Workers also brought equipment to count the dead and to understand the scope of damage, Jibrilu said. Bahamas resident: You can smell the death in the air The smell of death lingered in the air in Marsh Harbour, CNN’s Gary Tuchman reported Friday, as he …

A 6-year-old was saving money to visit Disney World. He spent it on food for Hurricane Dorian evacuees instead

(CNN)Jermaine Bell was supposed to spend his seventh birthday at Disney World. He’d saved up money to take his family on a trip to Animal Kingdom in Florida. Manning the shaded stand in a makeshift apron down to his feet, Jermaine served more than 100 evacuees on Labor Day, his first day out. He told CNN he’s served “a lot” more since then. His grandmother Aretha Grant said she’s watched her grandson pray with a family who weren’t sure how their house would hold up during the storm. “I am very proud,” she told CNN. “We knew Jermaine was very special, but we didn’t know he was special in this way to be such a giver like this.” Jermaine said …

The murder of Joy Morgan

Joy from south London Image copyright MOrgan Family To her family, she lived up to her name. She was a joy to be around. “She’s lovely, over-the-top, irritating, beautiful, compassionate, caring,” says Carol, 51. “She would buy sweeties, Christmas presents, she’d remember me, take photographs, cook dinner for me. She was just lovely, an all-round superstar in my eyes, truly. “I suppose that’s a bit over the top because I’m her mum. But it really was like that.” Image copyright Morgan Family Education was important to Joy, and she would nag her cousins and brother and sisters to do the best they could. “She liked to make sure you were doing the best for yourself,” says her 23-year-old brother Earl, …

Who buys Christmas cards in August?

Image copyright EPA Image caption There is a time and place for this sort of thing, apparently The first sign of the jingle-bell juggernaut was condemned by social media users. Image copyright Stacey Burch Image caption Stacey Burch said early cards helped with the financial strain of Christmas But Stacey Burch, a single mother from Basford in Nottingham, is one of the exceptions to the unwritten rule, buying cards in August to ease financial worries. “Seeing Christmas cards in shops gets me excited and it makes me happy because I know I can start preparing for a time of year that is stressful financially,” she told the BBC. “I never leave Christmas shopping until the last minute. I’m constantly looking …

Margaret Atwood: Shes ahead of everyone in the room

As excitement mounts for the sequel to The Handmaids Tale, we talk to publishers and writers about the great novelist The hoopla around the launch of Margaret Atwoods The Testaments is more reminiscent of the unveiling of an iPhone or something Pokmon-related than that of a mere book. On the evening of 9 September, 400 people will gather outside the doors of Waterstones Piccadilly store in London for the midnight release of the sequel to The Blind Assassin in 2000, and had five other novels shortlisted. She has yet to be given the Nobel prize for literature but that is widely seen as an error to be righted. When an embarrassed The Heart Goes Last, you may relish her wit …

Lionel Shriver returns to Australia and doubles down on ‘fascistic’ identity politics

Three years after controversial speech in Brisbane, US author denounces cultural control, obedience and conformism Three years after vowing never to return to Australia, author Lionel Shriver says she stands by her controversial keynote speech at the Brisbane writers festival in 2016, calling identity politics fascistic. Sunday night marked the American novelists first appearance in Australia since that controversial tour, despite her having released two books in the intervening years. Shrivers 2016 address on fiction and identity politics, she said she hoped the concept of cultural appropriation is a passing fad, received widespread backlash. Sudanese-Australian writer Yassmin Abdel-Magied walked out of the event midway, later ABCs Q&A on Monday night where she will be joined by Black Lives Matter activist …

Hong Kong: I would quit if I had choice, says leader in leaked audio

Carrie Lams comments further demonstrate it is Beijing directing response to crisis A leaked audio recording has emerged in which Hong Kongs leader, Carrie Lam, can be heard saying she would quit if she had a choice but suggesting she was being prevented from doing so by authorities in Beijing. In the recording, obtained by Reuters, the Hong Kong chief executive to a political crisis that has threatened Chinas authority over the city, as protesters continue to take to the streets pressing for the extradition bill to be withdrawn and calling for universal suffrage. Clashes continued on Monday night when police fired teargas to clear protesters in Mong Kok, a commercial and residential area in Kowloon. Play Video 0:53 between …

Houston Astros ace Justin Verlander throws third no-hitter of career

Houston right-hander Justin Verlander threw his third career no-hitter, and first with the Astros, on Sunday against the Toronto Blue Jays Houston Astros ace Justin Verlander tossed the third no-hitter on Sunday against the Toronto Blue Jays. Verlander struck out 14 and threw 120 pitches at Toronto. The only runner he allowed was Cavan Biggio on a one-out walk in the first inning. Verlander had previously thrown two no-hitters in the majors, both while with the Detroit Tigers. He pitched a no-hitter at Toronto in 2011 and also accomplished the feat against Milwaukee in 2007. @JustinVerlander is the first pitcher ever to throw TWO no-hitters in the same road stadium (Rogers Centre). September 1, 2019 The Astros-Blue Jays game was …

Its Not Over: Trump Is Stalked by Investigations

With all the focus on how a largely symbolic impeachment might affect Donald Trumps re-election prospects, numerous investigations and lawsuits concerning the president and his associates seem to have dropped off the political radar. But they are still goingand could affect the result of the next election. Trump has done his best to stonewall many of these matters, particularly those before Congress, by litigating almost every demand for testimony and other evidence. That strategy of maximum resistance could backfire. Thats because the string could well run out on many of Trumps defenses in the coming months, and the investigationsand accompanying revelationscould accelerate immediately before Election Day 2020, making Trumps misconduct a renewed focus of public attention as voters prepare to …