Supermodel Karlie Kloss is engaged to Josh Kushner, founder of investment firm Thrive Capital, co-founder of Oscar Health and brother to Jared Kushner, President Donald Trump's son-in-law and advisor. The couple had been together for six years before Kushner popped the question.
R. Kelly released a 19-minute confessional song called "I Admit," which addresses his sexual misconduct allegations and running a "sex cult": “They brainwashed, really? / Kidnapped, really? / Can’t eat, really? / Real talk, that sounds silly.” Kelly also sings about his illiteracy and "broke-ass" financial situation.
The ‘New York Post’ ran a speculatory op-ed that Hillary Clinton might run for president again in 2020 based on emails from the former senator to her supporters. Meanwhile, conservative TV show ‘Fox and Friends’ broke from the Thailand Soccer team rescue efforts to cover the rumor.
Former Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens, known for being moderately liberal, called for the repeal of the U.S. Constitution's Second Amendment giving Americans the right to bear firearms in response to student protests. President Trump replied it “will never be repealed.”
Frances McDormand won best actress for ‘Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri,’ her second Oscar. "I have two words to leave with you tonight, ladies and gentlemen: inclusion rider," she said in yet another nod to the #MeToo movement and diversity.
In 1953, writer and illustrator Hugh Hefner created the men's adult entertainment magazine 'Playboy,' which played a role in the sexual revolution of the 1960s. Hefner built his controversial yet groundbreaking magazine into an international enterprise.
Chance the Rapper released four new tracks, one of which revealed that he had bought the dormant Chicagoist news website. In a statement, the artist said he was looking forward to reviving "an independent media outlet focused on amplifying diverse voices and content."