Changing Guard Buckingham Palace / Band Welsh Guards / Aretha Franklin

CNN: CNN: There was a little more soul in the Changing of the Guard at Buckingham Palace this morning. The Band of the Welsh Guards performed a tribute to legendary singer Aretha Franklin. WATCH HERE:

tweet picture

Further articles on the same subject

Changing Guard Buckingham Palace / Band Welsh Guards / Aretha Franklin

Logo alert
Add to feed Create your own feed

Loading
Loading

News

Abuse, threats, protests and police cordons: first-time candidate Kwan Siu Lun says campaigning for this weekend's district elections in Hong Kong has been a dangerous business in the white heat of the city's political crisis #HKElections 

"This much is all but certain: President Donald Trump is going to be impeached. He's likely not going to be removed from office, but he's going to be impeached." -- @JonLemire 

Can't emphasize enough that this is 9/11-truther, the-moon-landing-was-faked level nutso.

Trump on Fox & Friends this morning says he is personally responsible for keeping Hong Kong from being “obliterated in 14 minutes” by a million soldiers standing outside of the city

The company at the heart of the grand conspiracy to get the Republican president is currently being paid for cybersecurity protection by...the Republican Party?

Pres. Trump and first lady Melania Trump made an unannounced trip to Dover Air Force Base in Delaware to honor two Army pilots killed in Afghanistan helicopter crash.

tweet picture

Dozens of defenses from Team Trump ended up debunked. If the GOP continues to say that the Ukraine call was not impeachable, it will give a "green light to all future presidents to use foreign powers to investigate their domestic political rivals," @JohnAvlon  says. #RealityCheck 

WATCH: Dr. Fiona Hill rebukes Republicans for repeating Russian propaganda, saying that Russia's goal is to "destroy the faith of the American people in our democracy." Watch more:

Ahmed Patel, Congress in Mumbai: Today's meeting (Congress-Shiv Sena-NCP) was inconclusive. The discussions will continue tomorrow.

tweet picture

Loading
Loading