Sofia Marbella shared the tip as part of her "basic lady etiquette tips" series, which includes how to walk up stairs and get into a car gracefully.
Worshippers attending a prayer service at their local mosque were assaulted with eggs and other items in a drive-by attack this week.
"Let 'em crucify him. But we're now the echo and we're going to put it on every page, every Twitter account, everything we got now," the preacher said.
Timber mill workers in search of wild pigs found the Godzilla of amphibians in the bush one day last month.
Reporters challenged "Liberal Party" candidate Derek Jackson and his supporters about whether they were mocking the Holocaust.
TikToker Olivia says that in 2013, she and her mom encountered "hundreds" of strange footprints, leading her to believe in the existence of unclassified "creatures" in the national park.
When Simon Dell noticed a mouse wandering around his garden, he quickly gave him a name and a home. Now, the mouse and his family live in an intricate village in Dell's garden, built by Dell himself.
After the brawl, Jake Paul could be seen with a black eye and a broken tooth in a video he uploaded to Instagram.
In a statement, G7 foreign ministers cast China as a bully and accused the nation of committing human rights violations.
The Australian huntsman, sometimes known as the giant crab spider, can grow to a leg span of 6 inches.
The video went viral and was viewed over 11 million times. People lauded driver Leo Prinsloo for his getaway skills.
Despite complaining of being hurt, the young boy was repeatedly thrown by an older student and the coach.
The nine-year-old underwent three weeks of treatment at a hospital, including seven surgical procedures, due to internal bleeding following the incident.
The Tesla and SpaceX CEO has suggested he will feature the joke cryptocurrency on TV—but also warned against getting too enthusiastic.
A former receptionist was awarded the sum after her bosses excluded her from informal lunches in what was described as a "campaign of victimization."
International Olympic Committee President Thomas Bach will likely not visit Japan this month due to the country's high-alert COVID-19 outbreak, which prompted officials to extend its state of emergency in Tokyo and other areas to May 31.
"He was obviously pursuing a romantic relationship with her," Dayton, Ohio, police said.
"The reality is, this is a crisis and the federal government must do more to address this surge of migrants," the Arizona Democrat said.
Chauvin was recently found guilty of the murder of George Floyd last May in Minneapolis. Now he could face another trial.
The White House hasn't signed onto the measure, and press secretary Jen Psaki noted that the payments "are not free."
Newsmax host tweeted a picture in khaki pants next to Trump and the internet responded.
A new report released by the Labor Department on Friday found that employers added only 266,000 new jobs last month, roughly a quarter of what economists had predicted.
The Detroit News also urged the governor to clean out her communications team amid questions about transparency.
Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin told the Leaders Summit on Climate on April 22 that "climate change is making the world more unsafe and we need to act."
Nikki Phillippi, who boasts more than a million followers on YouTube, has lost 10,000 subscribers amid a backlash over having her dog put down.
Derek Chauvin, Thomas Lane, J. Kueng and Tou Thao were indicted on additional charges related to the death of George Floyd.
Burning a body after death is an important part of the Hindu funeral process.