Did Jennifer Lawrence accidentally pop an Ambien before filming a scene for The Hunger Games? Did John Oliver make Queen Elizabeth a feta omelette as a teenage chef? And did Jimmy Fallon really write a song called "Am I Doing It Wrong?" and offer it to Sir Paul McCartney free of charge?
On Monday in Los Angeles, Bernie Sanders sat down with The Associated Press and talked about the ongoing tensions in the Democratic primary fight and the future of the Democratic Party. "It goes without saying that I condemn all forms of violence, but I hope the media does its job and not exaggerate what happened in Nevada and elsewhere," he said, alluding to raucous fights between Sanders supporters and Democratic officials.
Sanders repeated his assertion that the leadership of the Democratic Party has a choice to make about welcoming in his supporters or just going "to fancy fundraisers, at, you know, $50,000 a plate" and shutting the door on dedicated Sanders fans.
Facebook's general counsel announced Monday that while Facebook was "unable to substantiate" allegations of "politically motivated suppression of particular subjects or sources" in its Trending Topics feature, the company is changing some of its policies to "minimize risks where human judgment is involved."
Facebook leaders met with prominent conservatives and Sen.
The Obama administration has deals in place to send about 22 or 23 Guantanamo Bay detainees to half a dozen countries, U. S. officials told The Guardian.
The officials, who asked for anonymity, said the transfers are expected to take place by the end of July. All of the detainees have been officially approved for transfer, although the countries where they are going are not ready to be identified and some approvals still need to be certified by Secretary of Defense Ash Carter.