Colleen Ballinger's Miranda Sings — a character with unshakeable faith in her talent despite the fact that she can't sing or dance — is the star of a popular YouTube channel; Ballinger has also taken Miranda on tour and to Netflix.
Former Vice President Joe Biden tops Democratic contenders for the 2020 election among 32 percent of Democrats, according to a June poll by Harvard CAPS/Harris. Clinton came in second with 18 percent and Sen. Bernie Sanders third with 16 percent.
Rachel McAdams has reportedly welcomed a baby boy with boyfriend Jamie Linden, who was shown carrying what appeared to be a newborn in photos obtained by Hollywood Pipeline. The actress kept her pregnancy under wraps until this February.
President Hassan Rouhani warned President Donald Trump from pulling out of the nuclear deal. U.S. sanctions on Iran that were lifted in 2015 will resume unless Trump waives them again on May 12. “Our response will be stronger than what they imagine,” Rouhani said on state TV.
Brazil's courts ruled that ex-president Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva will remain in jail. Lula was convicted for corruption and money laundering last year & hoped to remain free while appealing a 12-year sentence. His successor was removed from office amid a crippling recession.
Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker is best known for his controversial 2011 budget proposal, in which he wanted to eliminate most collective bargaining rights for Wisconsin state employees. Walker is also the first governor in U.S. history to win a recall election.
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.
Netflix has named Susan Rice to its board of directors. The former Obama ambassador has been criticized for her handling of the 2012 attack on the U.S. embassy in Benghazi. Meanwhile, Barack and Michelle Obama are reportedly in talks to provide shows for the company.
Australian actress and inventor Hedy Lamarr was featured in NBC’s ‘Timeless.’ Best known in her time as the world’s “most beautiful woman alive,” Lamarr starred alongside Clark Gable and helped develop an early technique for early ideas behind WiFi.