American businessman Martin Shkreli is offering $100,000 reward for information on Seth Rich’s murder. The Daily Mail reported: American businessman... The post Businessman Martin Shkreli Announces $100,000 Reward for Information on Seth Rich’s Murder appeared first on The Gateway Pundit.
Ariana Grande is safely back in the U.S. after the suicide bombing at her concert in Manchester. But there are some rumors swirling around about the way she got back home. The Daily Mail reported that Taylor Swift loaned Grande her plane...Show More Summary
The passing of Roger Moore reminded me of a note I got from Bill Buckley back in 1984. I had written a cover story for National Review called “The Feminist Mistake.” Apparently, it got quite a response from the Daily Mail (not laudatory). Bill...Show More Summary
The Daily Mail reports: Several people have been killed after two explosions inside Manchester Arena at the end of an Ariana Grande gig tonight. Video footage showed people fleeing in tears from the venue after bangs rang out immediately after the concert finished. Show More Summary
A 45-year-old woman, Mandy Baynham, in Wednesfield, West Midlands says that she captured the ghost of her son named Danny from a former life as he walked past her television, according to the Daily Mail. Baynham was watching television in her home when she captured the ghostly image of a boy walking by. Show More Summary
Former child star Mark Lester has reportedly claimed he is Paris Jackson‘s biological father. The “Oliver!” actor contended to the Daily Mail that he donated his sperm to Michael Jackson so the pop icon could become a dad. Lester, 58, and now an osteopath, said of his sperm donor favor for Jackson, “I was just Read More
The Daily Mail's Rob Cross stayed at the new Kandima Maldives Resort in Dhaalu Atoll, a private island getaway where fellow guests included Katie Price.
The Daily Mail's Robert Hardman opted for Royal Caribbean’s Navigator of the Seas cruise from Southampton to France and Spain, and his three children were thrilled by the amenities onboard.
The Daily Mail's Inspector called in at the Tredethy House B&B near Bodmin, a Grade-II listed manor house in Cornwall which was once owned by a Thai Prince. He gave it a one out of five star rating.
Pippa Middleton‘s wedding theme has been revealed — and it’s quite unexpected. According to the Daily Mail, the 33-year-old and fiancé James Matthews are planning a lavish Scottish-inspired ceremony, decked out from start to finish. The couple’s 300 guests will be served haggis canapés and lamb from the Glen Affric region of Scotland at the Read More
Nothing says ‘sweet summer innocence’ like getting a cool treat from a stranger driving a van. However, such snacks might be harmful to kids, and we’re not talking about just the refined sugar here. Reporters from The Daily Mail in England took a bunch of emissions readings from ice cream trucks in England, and found… Read more...
A group of women allegedly robbed Julio Cesar Chavez Jr. of his $3 million fight purse from his May 6 defeat to Saul Alvarez in Las Vegas. According to ESPN Deportes' Salvador Rodríguez (via the Daily Mail), Chavez's wife, Frida, said...Show More Summary
The Daily Mail's Inspector called in at The Ned, a new hotel in the City of London which was formally a Midland Bank, and gave it a rare five-star rating.
The Daily Mail's Sarah Chalmers took her family to a French campsite at Siblu’s Domaine de Kerlann park in southern Brittany, which boasts amenities galore.
The Daily Mail's Jeremy Clarke toured Europe on a 30-day Eurail pass, with stops including Barcelona, Alicante, Granada, Seville, Madrid and Marseille.
15-year-old Elizabeth Thomas wants to date her kidnapper, according to the Daily Mail. A source tells the paper the girl who spent 39 days on the run with her former teacher Tad Cummins says "she's a fully grown woman who can date who she likes." She reportedly references the days they spent in an isolated cabin as a "big fun road trip." Read more... Show More Summary
The Daily Mail's Thomas W. Hodgkinson partook in a new package tour in Corfu, based on ITV show The Durrells, which is set and filmed on the Greek island.
The Daily Mail's Guy Adams took his family on a trip through the Black Country aboard a 70ft self-driven barge, which wound its way down the peaceful Worcester & Birmingham Canal.
The Daily Mail's Mark Palmer explored Dubai's many hotels and skyscrapers, and tried his hand at dune-bashing, camel-riding and a barbecue in the desert.
The Daily Mail, which once heralded Le Pen’s place in the run-off as a ‘revolution’, is curiously silent on French presidential election French election 2017: latest news and reaction Full results – department by department The British...Show More Summary