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Samuel L. Jackson Spent His 70th Birthday Dancing with Judge Judy

Samuel L. Jackson told Ellen details of his star-studded 70th birthday party, including how his good friend Judge Judy pulled him onto the dance floor. Plus, the actor talked about vacationing on a yacht alongside Steve Harvey and Magic Johnson, and the unique way he keeps track of all his movie credits. Full story

Nastya Rybka: Russia seizes model who made Trump collusion claim

Image caption Rybka pleaded guilty to soliciting in Thailand. A Belarusian model who said she had evidence of Russian collusion with Donald Trump's election campaign is now in Russian police custody. Nastya Rybka (real name Anastasia Vashukevich) was detained at Moscow's main airport after being deported from Thailand for soliciting. Her lawyer posted a video on Instagram which, he says, shows her arrest. A woman resembling her and looking ... Full story

Pete Holmes Praises His Wife, ‘Beyoncé’

"Crashing" star and creator Pete Holmes stopped by to chat with Ellen about his new baby daughter, and the 58-hour labor endured by his wife Val, who he calls "Beyoncé." Full story

EXO’s Suho Receives Best New Actor Award From 2018 Asia Culture Awards

EXO’s Suho has been recognized with an award for his recent work as a musical actor! The winners of the 2018 Asia Culture Awards were announced on January 17. Suho took the Best New Actor Award among male performers for his performance as Gwynplaine in “The Man Who Laughs.” He previously also acted as Crown Prince Rudolf in “The Last Kiss.”. Suho shared his gratitude for the award in a video. He said, “I’ve received the Best New Actor award ... Full story

Canada and Norway lock horns over who's got the world's biggest moose

(CNN) — A Canadian mayor says he is considering putting a hat on his town's statue of a moose, after affronted residents discovered that it is no longer the world's tallest. The unofficial title of "world's tallest moose statue" was snatched from Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan, in 2015, when a sculpture 30 centimeters (12 inches) taller was erected in Norway. But locals only realized their town's inadequacy this week, when resident Justin Reves set up ... Full story

Sony venture arm invests in geocoding startup what3words

Sony’s venture capital arm has invested in what3words, the startup that has divided the entire world into 57 trillion 3-by-3 meter squares and assigned a three-word address to each one. Financial details were not disclosed. The startup’s novel addressing system isn’t the whole story. The ability to integrate what3words into voice assistants is what has piqued the interest and investment from Sony and others. “what3words have solved the ... Full story

How the shutdown has snarled Americans' travel plans

(CNN) — The partial US government shutdown raises all sorts of questions for travelers on topics from aviation safety and security to passports and national parks. Here's where things stand on travel :. MANY NATIONAL PARKS OPEN BUT WITH LIMITED FACILITIES. Although National Park Service sites across the country have been closed during previous government shutdowns, many have remained open -- but severely understaffed -- under the Trump ... Full story

Stray Kids' I.N. sports a sweet smile after saying goodbye to his braces!

Stray Kids ' is free from braces. The idol from JYP Entertainment is, of course, known for his amazing talent in singing and dancing, but he was also well known for his cute face with braces. Although I.N. is absolutely adorbs with braces, he couldn't keep them forever. On January 17, I.N. shared a selfie video on Stray Kids' Instagram account and flaunted his new smile without braces. He captioned, "My braces, you have worked hard TT". Brace ... Full story

Corruption at DJI may cost the company $150 million

DJI, the world’s leading maker of consumer drones, said today that extensive corruption discovered within the company could lead to losses as great as $150 million in the 2018 financial year. The exact nature of the corruption is not stated, but it seems to involve dozens of people at the least. The China Securities Journal , a state-operated finance-focused newspaper, got hold of an internal company report on a corruption investigation that ... Full story

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