• Scarlett Johansson spotted on 'romantic' dinner date with a new man

    It seems like Scarlett Johansson has found love again. The Avengers star was spotted on a "romantic" dinner date with a new man. According to Page Six, the 32-year-old actress was spotted dining with showbiz lawyer Kevin Yorn at Upper East Side restaurant Scalinatella over the weekend.

  • 2017 NBA draft winners and losers: Wolves trade for Jimmy Butler while Malik Monk falls to Hornets

    The Timberwolves stole NBA Draft night with a trade for Jimmy Butler, but the Charlotte Hornets were also big winners, while the Bulls and Knicks were losers.

  • People Are Getting Plastic Surgery to Look Like Melania Trump. Seriously.

    This Texas woman is having eight surgeries to look like the First Lady.

  • What It's Like When Your Father Is Much Older Than Everyone Else's

    I was about 10 years old when the lady in a Cotswolds Spar asked me if I was having a nice day with Grandpa. I remember being very unsure whether my subsequent embarrassment was more for myself, or on behalf of my father. He, however, had no such conflict. "HUH!" he said to the woman behind the counter. "I'm her bloody father!" And off he strode, past the Mars bars and bottles of Ribena. "How rude" he muttered to no one in particular, perhaps to everyone in general who felt the need to constantly comment on his being, ahem, an 'older' father. ...

  • EXCLUSIVE: Mark Wahlberg Admits He's 'Overprotective' About His Daughter's Dating Life

    The star opened up to ET about his 'fatherly' instincts at the Chicago premiere of 'Transformers: The Last Knight' on Tuesday.

  • Macron allies quit French government

    The political opposition in France is seeking to put pressure on the country’s new president. It comes after French armed forces minister Sylvie Goulard unexpectedly quit her job on Tuesday, saying she did not want to stay on because of an investigation overshadowing her centre-right Modem party’s affairs in the European Parliament. Goulard is a member of the Modem party, that allied itself with Republic on the Move (LREM) in the presidential and legislative elections. Since June 9, Modem has been the subject of an investigation into allegations of misuse of public funds. Being a target of a preliminary investigation in France is not an indication of guilt. Prosecutors can decide to either drop it or proceed to a fully-fledged investigation. What prompted her decision? It followed an announcement late on Monday that Richard Ferrand, an aide to President Emmanuel Macron, and minister for territorial planning, facing a separate judicial probe, would leave government for a job as leader of his party in parliament. What does this mean for France’s cabinet reshuffle? Macron is preparing a cabinet reshuffle before embarking on a far-reaching economic and social reforms after his centrist Republic On the Move (LREM) party won a commanding majority in a parliamentary election on Sunday. The ministers’ departure gives Macron, who promised to clean up French politics, a chance to reshape his government without including names who could prove awkward. Insiders say the reshuffle, which was initially meant to be a formality after LREM’s win on Sunday, will be more far-reaching than expected. What does the opposition say? Seeking to put pressure on Macron, the conservative party The Republicans said the investigation into Modem should force the departure of its chief, Francois Bayrou, who is justice minister and European Affairs Minister. European Affairs Minister Marielle de Sarnez is also under the spotlight. De Sarnez says all options are open regarding her future. What they are saying “Defence is a demanding portfolio. The honour of our armies, that of the men and women who serve and who put their lives in danger, should not be mixed up with controversies that have nothing to do with them,” - Goulard said in a statement.

  • Oilers GM says Eberle trade tied to Connor McDavid and Leon Draisaitl

    Edmonton general manager Peter Chiarelli listed three reasons for trading Jordan Eberle to the New York Islanders, but the one that loomed largest had more to do with franchise cornerstones Connor McDavid and Leon Draisaitl. Getting Eberle's costly deal off the books gives the Oilers room to fend off a "predatory" offer sheet to Draisaitl, a restricted free agent on July 1 coming off a career-best 77-point season. Rival GMs could be looking to strike knowing that the Oilers face not only a pricey new deal for him, but an even bigger one to McDavid, who just won the Hart trophy at age 20.