John Cena Tweets ‘Let’s Stop Messing Around’ After ‘Total Bellas’ Premiere

John Cena tweeted a telling message after his relationship drama with ex-fiancée Nikki Bella aired on the season premiere of Total Bellas on Sunday, May 27. Celebrity Splits of 2018 “Let’s stop messing around, and start messing around,” the Blockers star tweeted. Let’s stop messing around, and start messing around. — John Cena (@JohnCena) May(…)

‘I Wrapped My Arm Around Her.’ Southwest Passenger Describes Helping Victim After Engine Explosion

Just as Hollie Mackey was about to get up from her seat to go to the bathroom during Tuesday morning’s Southwest Airlines flight from New York to Dallas, flight attendants asked passengers to stay seated due to continual turbulence. Mackey put her seatbelt back on, shared a glance of disappointment about the bumpy ride ahead(…)

Batman: The Enemy Within Episode 5 Review – No More Joking Around

In the season finale for The Enemy Within, an exhausted, bloody, and beaten Joker asks Batman a question: “Did you ever think of me as your friend?” It’s a spark of vulnerability in a character that is typically sowing discontent and wreaking havoc. Unlike many of the other decision-making points, there’s no timer pressuring you(…)

Dakota Johnson and Chris Martin Roam Around Malibu in Golf Cart: Pics

Dakota Johnson and Chris Martin are still going strong. The couple spent a casual day together riding in a golf cart in Malibu on Monday, March 5. They cruised around Martin’s neighborhood, and the actress walked her dog and picked up coffees for herself and the musician. Keep scrolling to see the pics. Celebrity News –(…)

Stars around the Milky Way: Cosmic space invaders or victims of galactic eviction?

An international team of astronomers has made a surprising discovery about the birthplace of groups of stars located in the halo of our Milky Way galaxy. The astronomers now have compelling evidence showing that some of these halo structures actually originate from the Milky Way’s disk itself, but were kicked out; this phenomenon is called(…)

Scientists describe how solar system could have formed in bubble around giant star

Scientists have laid out a comprehensive theory for how our solar system could have formed in the wind-blown bubbles around a giant, long-dead star. The study addresses a nagging cosmic mystery about the abundance of two elements in our solar system compared to the rest of the galaxy. Latest Science News — ScienceDaily