The photo, captured in China, shows the predator eyeing her prey, who appears to gasp in shock.
The "Jane the Virgin" star caused outrage on Tuesday when she sang the N-word in a line from Fugees' "Ready or Not," which was originally rapped by Lauryn Hill.
Nomophobia joins Jedi and lightsaber as new additions to the dictionary.
SM Entertainment, Sulli's talent agency, said fans can pay their tributes to the singer on Tuesday and Wednesday.
Warning: Major spoilers ahead if you haven't watched "El Camino" yet.
The one-time presidential candidate thinks Meghan is "gutsy."
Sergey Koudryavtsev was sentenced to at least 26 years in prison over the murders.
WWE superstars will become exclusive to either "Raw" on USA or "SmackDown" on Fox.
The pristine copy of "Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone" has been kept in a briefcase for 20 years.
The 25-year-old singer is ready to unleash his second studio album.
Brooke Nevils says she is "not afraid" of Matt Lauer anymore.
A new segment features Karli telling Elmo about her mom going to meetings.
The singer hit out at the president for his apparent failure to call mass shootings by white suspects "terrorism."
"We can't even begin to talk about kindness," said "Avengers" star Mark Ruffalo.
Ronan Farrow's explosive new book "Catch and Kill" alleges that Lauer raped a "Today" show co-host.
Coleen Rooney is the wife of MLS soccer player Wayne Rooney, who plays for D.C. United.
The rapper told James Corden he hasn't got a direct line for either, though he considers them friends.
The website now lists Prince William and Kate Middleton as the sole principals of the charity.
The actress speaks to Newsweek about her Bollywood comeback in "The Sky is Pink" and her upcoming collaboration with Mindy Kaling.
The former heavyweight boxing champion is rumored to be stepping into the ring for WWE.
China's government scrubbed all mentions of "South Park" on its internet. Here's why.
The pay-per-view event on Sunday night concluded in controversy and fans chanting "refund."
The "Pennyworth" star will play the people's princess.
The box office-topping "Joker," starring Joaquin Phoenix, has resurfaced questions about the character's origins.
A new era unfolds for WWE's blue brand.