Daily Archive: December 5, 2017

18 Times Britney Spears and Her Boyfriend Proved They Were Born to Make Each Other Happy

18 Times Britney Spears and Her Boyfriend Proved They Were Born to Make Each Other Happy

Britney Spears and Sam Asghari first met on the set of her 2016 “Slumber Party” video, but it wasn’t until New Year’s Day that she confirmed her romance with the 23-year-old with a cuddly Instagram photo of the two. Since then, the couple has not been shy about flaunting their love on social media, at basketball games, and fashion shows. To make matters even more exciting, Britney recently sparked engagement rumors when she posted a video from her 36th birthday celebration on Instagram, in which she’s shown wearing a diamond ring on her left hand. Britney and Sam have yet to confirm anything, so only time will tell. In the meantime, take a look at some of their sweetest moments together.

30 Stars Who Turned 30 This Year

30 Stars Who Turned 30 This Year

With the end of another year comes a new crop of celebrities who turned 30. That Awkward Moment costars Michael B. Jordan and Zac Efron both celebrated the milestone this year, as did former Glee stars Naya Rivera and Darren Criss. Musicians Frank Ocean, Kendrick Lamar, Tove Lo, and Kesha were also in the mix along with actresses Blake Lively, Hilary Duff, and Shay Mitchell. Keep reading to see all the stars who turned 30 this year.

Duterte orders PNP back to drug war

Duterte orders PNP back to drug war

Duterte orders PNP back to drug war

Saying there was a “notable resurgence in illegal drugs,” President Rodrigo Duterte on Tuesday ordered the Philippine National Police to actively support the Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency (PDEA) in the war on drugs.

The post Duterte orders PNP back to drug war appeared first on Inquirer News.

SolGen grilled on ‘Tokhang’: Why has drug smuggling remained unbridled?

SolGen grilled on ‘Tokhang’: Why has drug smuggling remained unbridled?

SolGen grilled on ‘Tokhang’: Why has drug smuggling remained unbridled?

If ridding the country of narcotics is the centerpiece of President Rodrigo Duterte’s governance agenda, then why has drug smuggling remained unbridled?

The post SolGen grilled on ‘Tokhang’: Why has drug smuggling remained unbridled? appeared first on Inquirer News.

Duterte widens break with Reds, declares CPP-NPA terrorists

Duterte widens break with Reds, declares CPP-NPA terrorists

President Rodrigo Duterte further widened his break with communist insurgents by formally declaring as terrorist organizations the Communist Party of the Philippines (CPP) and its armed wing, the New People’s Army (NPA).

The post Duterte widens break with Reds, declares CPP-NPA terrorists appeared first on Inquirer News.

Pastor slain as NPA rebels, soldiers clash in Mindoro

Pastor slain as NPA rebels, soldiers clash in Mindoro

The lone fatality in the clash between government forces and suspected communist rebels at Mansalay town in Oriental Mindoro province on Sunday was a religious leader who was also an active facilitator of the government’s antipoverty program.

The post Pastor slain as NPA rebels, soldiers clash in Mindoro appeared first on Inquirer News.

Solons berate Gadon: Put up or shut up

Solons berate Gadon: Put up or shut up

Solons berate Gadon: Put up or shut up

The accuser of Chief Justice Maria Lourdes Sereno was told to put up or shut up during Tuesday’s impeachment hearing at the House of Representatives for spreading unsubstantiated talk about a P200-million payoff to senators to acquit Sereno should the case go to the Senate for trial.

The post Solons berate Gadon: Put up or shut up appeared first on Inquirer News.

Sereno accused of delaying release of death benefits

Sereno accused of delaying release of death benefits

Sereno accused of delaying release of death benefits

A committee created by Chief Justice Maria Lourdes Sereno to facilitate the release of benefits to survivors of deceased judges accomplished the opposite as it led to delays of up to two years, the Supreme Court administrator told the House impeachment hearing on Tuesday.

The post Sereno accused of delaying release of death benefits appeared first on Inquirer News.

Palace: We won’t take Dengvaxia issue sitting down

Palace: We won’t take Dengvaxia issue sitting down

Palace: We won’t take Dengvaxia issue sitting down

Malacañang on Tuesday said that it would use the full force of the law on the culprits behind the P3.5-billion dengue vaccine fiasco. Presidential spokesperson Harry Roque said the government was not taking the issue sitting down and noted that the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) had suspended the sale, distribution and marketing of the […]

The post Palace: We won’t take Dengvaxia issue sitting down appeared first on Inquirer News.

WHAT WENT BEFORE: Activist killed since collapse of talks with Reds

WHAT WENT BEFORE: Activist killed since collapse of talks with Reds

WHAT WENT BEFORE: Activist killed since collapse of talks with Reds

Student activists, human rights defenders, leaders of peasant and indigenous groups, and members of urban poor communities have been reported killed since the collapse of peace talks between the government and communist rebels last month.

The post WHAT WENT BEFORE: Activist killed since collapse of talks with Reds appeared first on Inquirer News.

Facebook Auto Publish Powered By : XYZScripts.com