U.S. Vice President Kamala Harris said on Wednesday that she intends to run for a second term with President Joe Biden in the 2024 election. She was answering questions from reporters on the plane en route to California.
"President [Biden] intends to run, and if he does, I will be his partner. We will work together," the White House spokeswoman was quoted as saying.
Menswear proved to be in reinvigorated form as Paris Fashion Week ended on June 26 with spectacle, innovation and the return of big-name designers to the catwalk.
The week concluded with the surprising return of fabled French designer Hedi Slimane, formerly of Dior and Saint Laurent and now with Celine. Two years ago, he had announced he was done with the official fashion calendar.
With a tuft of punk-style hair and a tongue sticking perennially out the side of his mouth, a dog named Mr Happy Face has been crowned the world's homeliest pooch.
This 17-year-old Chinese crested defeated nine competitors Friday in the World's Ugliest Dog Contest, a decades-old event held annually in Petaluma, California.
Wales captain Gareth Bale has confirmed his move to Major League Soccer's Los Angeles FC following his departure from Spanish giant Real Madrid.
Bale confirmed his plans to join LAFC in a post on Twitter following widespread reports about the move.
"See you soon, Los Angeles," the 32-year-old wrote on June 25. An accompanying video showed Bale wearing an LAFC shirt and cap.
Paramount was hit with a copyright lawsuit by the family of the author behind the original story used for the "Top Gun" franchise.
The "Top Gun" lawsuit was filed by Shosh and Yuval Yonay on Monday in California, according to The Wrap. The Yonays are the heirs of Ehud Yonay, the author of the 1983 article "Top Guns."