Recently 'fake news' was officially declared the word of 2017 by Collins Dictionary. Now, British retailer Top Shop is selling a pair of $90 jeans with the words "fake news" stitched down the legs.
This, just in time for President Trump's Fake News Awards scheduled for Wednesday, January 17.
So some people will be rocking President trump's famous phrase outside of politics. But social media users are making fun of the jeans. One person writing that she hopes the release of the jeans is "fake news."
It might have looked like the poignant final scene of a Bonnie and Clyde-style romance film. But this embrace wasn't set to music, and the players weren't actors. They were a couple that authorities say led police on a high-speed chase in Arizona before surrendering. Authorities say it started with a call about a stolen vehicle. Police found the vehicle and unsuccessfully tried to pull it over. The SUV was spotted again later, and a chase ensued. The couple eventually crashed and were taken into custody.
You're about to meet an extraordinary dog. Her family moved away and could not bring her, so Cathleen was living in a temporary home in a town about twenty miles away. She missed that family so much that she walked back to her home town looking for them, twice. The animal shelter says it is sorting through several applications from people who want to adopt her.
Mary J. Blige got quite the birthday gift. The Grammy award-winning singer and actress was honored with a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. Blige's close producer friend, Sean "Diddy" Combs was with her as the star was unveiled. Two of Blige's biggest hits are 'You Remind Me' and 'Real Love.' She has also received a 2018 Golden Globe nomination. For Best Supporting Actress in the Netflix film "Mudbound" . Blige also celebrated her 47th birthday recently.
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