The Duchess of Cambridge sparkled tonight as she and Prince William joined a dapper Daniel Craig for the world premiere of No Time To Die at the Royal Albert Hall. William and Kate, who was wearing a plunging custom Jenny Packham sequin gown, put on an affectionate display and appeared excited to be celebrating one of the biggest nights in film this year. The duchess stopped to speak to 007 star Craig before the screening and he said to her: 'You look jolly lovely!'. Craig, who is bowing out as Bond, looked as dapper as ever in a dark pink suede jacket as led the star-studded arrivals. The actor, 53, oozed sophistication ahead of his final outing as James Bond as he joined glamorous co-stars Lashana Lynch and Lea Seydoux (left inset) at the swanky event. While Lashana looked effortlessly glamorous in an elaborate yellow gown, Lea dazzled in a shimmering silver number as they joined leading man Daniel on the red carpet. Kate and William were joined by Charles and Camilla (right inset).
JPMorgan Chase boss Jamie Dimon says the bank is preparing for a 'potentially catastrophic' federal default on October 18 if Congress fails to raise the debt ceiling
JPMorgan Chase has begun preparing for the possibility of the United States hitting its debt limit, CEO Jamie Dimon told Reuters on Tuesday, adding he nevertheless expected policymakers to find a solution to avoid that 'potentially catastrophic' event. With federal funding due to expire on Thursday and a potential debt default by October 18, Democrats who narrowly control the Senate and House are racing to head off fiscal disaster while also passing President Joe Biden's ambitious $3.5 billion spending package. JPMorgan, the country's largest bank, has begun scenario-planning for how a potential U.S. credit default would affect the repo and money markets, client contracts, its capital ratios, and how ratings agencies would react, Dimon said in an interview. 'This is like the third time we've had to do this, it is a potentially catastrophic event,' he said, referring to prior Congressional deadlocks over federal debt limits. 'Every single time this comes up, it gets fixed, but we should never even get this close. I just think this whole thing is mistaken and one day we should just have a bipartisan bill and get rid of the debt ceiling. It's all politics,' he added. Congressional Democrats are scrambling to find a way to raise the government's $28.4-trillion borrowing cap before the Treasury Department runs out of ways to service the nation's debt.
Digging in! Barack and Michelle Obama break ground at controversial Obama Presidential Center in Chicago after he dismissed claims it'll destroy historic park and price black locals out of the area
Former President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama (pictured above) broke ground Tuesday on the Obama Presidential Center in Chicago's South Side. The project (pictured in a rendering) is moving forward after years of legal battles and contention. It has faced criticisms from environmental advocates, and others who fear the development will drive away local Black residents.
Psaki REFUSES to say whether Biden ignored and lied about Pentagon advice to keep 2K troops in Afghanistan and instead says he was given a 'range of options'
White House press secretary Jen Psaki declined to say whether any military official advised President Biden that some 2,500 troops should be left in Afghanistan in a briefing Tuesday. She said the president was presented with a 'range of options,' but 'ultimately, regardless of the advice, it's his decision.' 'He's the commander in chief. He's the president. He makes decisions about that what's in the national interest, and he believed we should end the war.' Both Joint Chiefs of Staff chairman Mark Milley and head of US Central Command Frank McKenzie said that they had voiced an opinion to keep a small number of troops in Afghanistan to stave off Taliban control.
'Biden lied to America': GOP senators sensationally call out the President after Gens. Milley and McKenzie say they DID advise him to keep 2,500 troops in Afghanistan - weeks after he said they didn't
Republicans accused President Biden of lying to the American people after senators heard on Tuesday that the commander-in-chief was told his senior generals believed 2500 U.S. troops should stay in Afghanistan to prevent a Taliban takeover. Testimony provided by the country's defense secretary and two senior generals contradicted Biden's claims he was never warned by military advisers that bringing home American soldiers risked the collapse of a fragile government in Kabul. The result was a slew of furious accusations that Biden ignored advice and then lied to the country. Republican Senator Josh Hawley said: 'Here's what I've learned so far: Number one, the president of the United States lied to the American people about the advice that you gave to him, about the military judgement that you provided for him.
First look inside the secluded waterfront campsite where Dog the Bounty Hunter claims Brian Laundrie is evading police by island hopping in a canoe - as it's revealed he and Gabby went there two months before her murder
Dog the Bounty Hunter, real name Duane Chapman, joined the search for Brian Laundrie over the weekend. Exclusive DailyMail.com photos offer the first look inside the secluded waterfront campsite where Dog believes Laundrie is hiding. Dog believes that Laundrie, 23, could be there, hopping from island to island in a canoe to evade detection. Two months ago Laundrie and Gabby Petitio visited the same spot and posted photos exploring the area. Dog revealed Monday that Laundrie's parents spent the night in Fort De Soto from September 1 to 3, staying in spot number 1. Christopher, 62, and Roberta, 55, have yet to talk publicly about Brian's disappearance or the slaying of his fiancée. Petito, 22, who was found dead in Wyoming after he returned from their cross-country 'van life' trip without her on September 1.
Gabby Petito's family show off matching 'Let it be' tribute tattoos on their forearms as they slam Brian Laundrie's parents for refusing to co-operate: Reward for finding Brian hits $30,000
The grieving family of Gabby Petito have called on Brian Laundrie to turn himself in, in their first press conference since the 22-year-old was found dead at a Wyoming national park. Gabby's mother and stepfather, Nichole and Jim Schmidt, and father and stepmother, Joe and Tara Petito, were joined by their lawyer on Long Island on Tuesday as they demanded Laundrie surrender to authorities. 'The Laundries did not help us find Gabby. They sure aren't going to help us find Brian,' family attorney Richard Stafford said on their behalf.
ESPN anchor Sage Steele slams Disney's 'sick' and 'scary' vaccine mandate for all staff at the network and says she got the shot because the alternative was being FIRED
Steele (pictured), who co-hosts ESPN's SportsCenter, told Jay Cutler on his Uncut with Jay Cutler podcast she 'didn't want to' get the COVID-19 vaccine but took it in order to keep her job. 'I respect everyone's decision, I really do, but to mandate it is sick and it's scary to me in many ways,' she said. The Walt Disney Company announced July 30 that all its salaried and non-union hourly US employees must be fully vaccinated by September 30. Steele this week also rallied behind Orlando Magic basketball star Jonathan Isaac on social media over his comments about the vaccine (inset). Earlier this month, she also hit out at children being required to wear face masks pointing to statistics showing more kids had been shot in Chicago than died of COVID-19 (inset).
The woman canceling cancel culture: How an academic's 'support group for the unwoke' is helping people fight back against social justice office culture - including a black man who was sick of being told he was oppressed
British author Helen Pluckrose (left) founded Counterweight last year to help people navigate new social justice standards that were being thrust upon them. She said workforces began implementing woke-ism ideologies in mid-2020 after the brutal death of George Floyd, who was killed by a police officer. His death sparked outrage and protests (such as those at right) throughout the nation, and revived talks of ending racism. Pluckrose is co-author of 'Cynical Theories: How Activist Scholarship Made Everything about Race, Gender, and Identity - And Why This Harms Everybody.' She graduated from the University of East London with a literature degree, and received her master's in early modern studies at Queen Mary University in London.
Putin brought 'attractive' translator to distract Trump during G20 meeting where US president only 'pretended to act tough for the cameras,' former WH Press Secretary Stephanie Grisham claims in new book
Russian President Vladimir Putin brought an 'attractive' translator with him to distract former President Donald Trump at their 2019 meeting - and Trump told Putin he would act tough in front of the cameras and then play nice privately, former White House official Stephanie Grisham reveals in her forthcoming tell-all. 'OK, I'm going to act a little tougher with you for a few minutes. But it's for the cameras, and after they leave, we'll talk. You understand,' Trump had told Putin when they met in June 2019 in Japan at the G20, Grisham recounted. It is not clear which translator Grisham was referring to her in extract, but two women were seen in the room during the meeting.
White House staff called Ivanka 'the princess' and claim she and 'Slim Reaper' Jared tried to push their way into meeting the Queen, Stephanie Grisham claims in new book
White House aides referred to Donald Trump's daughter Ivanka as 'the princess,' according to a new tell-all book by former White House press secretary Stephanie Grisham. Grisham herself terms Jared Kushner the 'Slim Reaper,' and writes that Kushner and Ivanka tried to push themselves into meeting with the Queen. Her new book is called I'll Take Your Questions Now.
LeBron James confirms he HAS had the COVID shot: Lakers legend admitted he was 'very skeptical' but said he came around after 'doing my research'
Lebron James, 36, said he's been vaccinated against COVID-19 after doing his 'research' during a Lakers pre-season press conference on Tuesday (left), ending a long-running mystery about whether or not the superstar player has been jabbed. 'I know that I was very skeptical about it all, but after doing my research and things of that nature, I felt like it was best suited for not only me, but for my family and my friends,' the 36-year-old said. He stopped short of endorsing the shots, calling them a matter of 'choice' and saying it's 'not [his] job' to promote them. In May, former Lakers guard Dennis Schroder told a German publication that he and James were the only unvaccinated Lakers. That same month, the NBA decided not to suspend him after he attended an outdoor promotional event for a tequila brand.
Josh Duggar holds hands with pregnant wife Anna as he is seen for first time since his release on bond: Judge denies his legal challenges to have child porn charges dropped
Josh Duggar has been seen for the first time since he was released from prison on bail almost five months ago. Duggar, 33, was arrested in April and charged with two counts of receiving and possessing child pornography. He was subsequently bailed out of jail and has spent the intervening months living at a property in rural Arkansas. On Monday, the former 19 Kids and Counting star was back in the public eye as he attended an evidentiary hearing at a Fayetteville court ahead of his trial, which is scheduled to commence November 3. He has pleaded not guilty to both charges.
Playboy Mansion gets a facelift: Two-year refit sees roof replaced, Hugh Hefner's infamous sex-party grotto filled in and extensions added to $100m iconic property
New aerial photos reveal a brand new roof, huge extensions either side and Hugh Hefner's infamous sex-party grotto has been completely filled in. The 29-room Holmby Hills mansion, in Los Angeles , was sold to billionaire Daren Metropoulos in 2016 for $100million but its former owner, Playboy founder and editor-in-chief Hugh Hefner, was allowed to stay in the house until he died in 2017. When the Playboy mansion was sold, it was also agreed that the main structure of the residence would be maintained and not torn down. While the new owner appears to have stuck to that agreement, the building's floorplan and façade have been completely reworked during the intensive renovations.
Four Canadian miners trapped one mile underground have been climbing to surface on a ladder since SUNDAY after elevator cage broke down
Four out of 39 miners are still trapped one mile underground after a scoop bucket that brings them to the surface detached and blocked a Canadian mine shaft early Sunday morning. The trapped workers in Vale's Totten mine in Sudbury, Ontario, went to refuge stations - as part of protocol - where there is food and water and the ability to contact loved ones, the company Vale said in a statement on Monday. One of the first miners out told CTV News that he was higher up than others so his trek up the ladder to safety was shorter. The miner, who wasn't named, said he was at the 1,850-foot level when he began to climb and it took him about two hours and 50 minutes, with breaks about every 40 feet and take a breather on one of the landing areas. 'It's a trek. It's hard on the arms,' he told CTV News. 'It wasn't like a cave-in or anything like that. No buddy was in harm's way. It was just long, but we stayed positive. 'We cracked jokes and stuff like that. We have a telephone so we can contact our loved ones so it made it a lot easier.'
No Time To Die fashion hits and misses: Ana de Armas, Naomie Harris and Lashana Lynch lead the glamour on the red carpet - while Kimberly Garner leaves VERY little to the imagination in a slashed white evening dress
Stars Ana de Armas (second from left), Naomie Harris (left) and Lashana Lynch (centre) led the glamour in breathtaking evening gowns as they joined leading man Daniel Craig, who was dapper in a pink dinner jacket, at the Royal Albert Hall. Despite the wet weather, the stars were still dressed to the nines in showstopping frocks, with Lashana standing out in a vibrant yellow Vivienne Westwood Couture ballgown with a voluminous black skirt and dramatic asymmetric neckline. It was almost exactly the same shade as red carpet host Clara Amfo's strapless cocktail dress, which featured figure-flattering ruching. Among the misses were Kimberley Garner's slashed gown (right) and Billie Eilish's boxy suit (second from right).
Maintenance worker who broke into apartment of missing Florida woman, 19, is found dead by apparent suicide as cops reveal she rejected his romantic advances
The maintenance worker who was a 'person of interest' in the disappearance of 19-year old Florida college student Miya Marcano has been found dead in his apartment of an apparent suicide. Armando Manuel Caballero, 27, allegedly broke into Marcano's apartment just before she vanished and left behind signs of a violent struggle, including bloodstains on a pillow. Caballero also had a 'romantic interest' in Marcano, which she 'repeatedly rebuffed,' Orange County Sheriff John mina said at a press conference on Monday.
Millionaire Baltimore businessman and family man who led double life as a sex fiend who trafficked a prostitute and paid 'lower class' drug addicted women $90K to perform depraved sex acts, is sentenced to 18 months
Chuck Nabit was once known as a family man and respected multimillionaire patron of the arts who gave to multiple museums and schools. But that reputation came tumbling down after he was arrested in June 2020 for spending more than $90,000 in two years on an extensive network of prostitutes - many of whom were drug addicts and desperate for cash or even a hot meal. In April, the married father-of-two pleaded guilty a single count of transportation of an individual to engage in prostitution. As part of the trafficking guilty plea, he admitted to 'demeaning and dehumanizing' multiple women, paying them as little as one dollar to film themselves urinating or perform sex acts on the businessman in his office. 'He led a double life,' U.S. District Judge George Levi Russell III said Tuesday in the US district court of Baltimore, as he sentenced Nabit to 18 months in prison.
Unstoppable! Football player, 11, who has the body of a GROWN MAN and towers over his COACH at Philadelphia youth team becomes a viral sensation
Nyeem Powell towers over his teammates - and even his coach - at the West Philly Panthers youth team. It's not clear what sparked Nyeem's growth spurt but he appears to have a bright future in football thanks to his unusual size and skills and footage of him playing has already racked up almost 40,000 likes and two million views.
'Build back better. Blah blah blah': Greta Thunberg slams Biden's infrastructure, health care and green energy plan and says young people's dreams 'drown' in his and other leaders' 'empty words'
Greta Thunberg slammed the slogan used by Joe Biden's (inset) administration, which has unveiled plans to penalize power companies that don't switch to clean energy. The 18-year-old Swedish activist said: 'This is all we hear from our so-called leaders. Words. Words that sound great but so far have led to no action.' Thunberg said the US and other countries' plans amount to little in the face of rising emissions while speaking at the Youth4Climate summit, hosted by the Italian government in Milan on Tuesday. 'If this is what they consider to be climate action, then we don't want it,' the 18-year-old said. 'They invite cherry-picked young people to meetings like this to pretend that they are listening to us, but they are not, they are clearly not listening to us and they never have.'
Meet Astro, the 21st Century guard dog: Amazon unveils $1,500 Alexa-powered robot that autonomously monitors your home
Tech giant Amazon launched several products on Tuesday, including a $1,500 autonomous robot that can monitor a person's home for intruders. At its streamed launch event straight from its Seattle HQ on Tuesday, Amazon also showed off the $250) Alexa-powered Echo Show 15, which boasts a 15-inch display that you can mount to your wall or place on your counter. It also revealed Amazon Glow, which lets children interact with loved ones via an odd-looking retro device (top right).
Kicking up a stink! Temple University students reveal fly-infested piles of TRASH that are filling the corridors of their $800-a-month dorms - as they slam 'premier' housing over the mess
Two TikTok users claiming to be students at Temple University have shared videos of the garbage-filled corridors in their off-campus accommodation. Both people said that they live in University Village, which is located outside of the Temple campus but is directly affiliated with the Philadelphia-based college. University Village is described on the college's website as the 'premier student housing choice' at Temple University. The videos show corridors filled with what appears to be residents' garbage, including trash bags and cardboard boxes, that have been left uncleared. According to one user, who said their accommodation costs $800-a-month, the piles of trash have caused fruit flies to gather. Several commenters who said they have lived or currently live in University Village backed up the allegations, claiming they experienced the same thing.
Moment Brazilian driver reverses over man and his five-year-old son 'because he was upset the child was riding his bicycle in the middle of the street'
Brazilian authorities are searching for a driver who was captured on video deliberately slamming his vehicle into a man and his five-year-old son. Surveillance video footage shows the the motorist attempting to make a right turn in Bélem, Pará, but having to stop because the boy is riding his bike in the middle of the street. The father appears to move his son to the side, allowing the driver to go down the street before hurling a cup at the vehicle. The driver slams on the brakes and puts his car in reverse, plowing into the parent and the child.
Creepy statue of drowning girl sparks alarm in Spain after Bilbao authorities placed the artwork in tidal waters during middle of the night
A disturbing statue of a young girl drowning has sparked concern since it appeared unannounced in a Bilbao river last week. Mexican hyperrealist artist Ruben Orozco created the enigmatic figure, entitled 'Bihar' ('Tomorrow' in Basque) for a campaign by the BBK Foundation - the charitable arm of Spanish lender Kutxabank - to encourage debate around sustainability. As the tides of the River Nervion rise and fall, the 120kg fibreglass figure is submerged and uncovered each day.
Frank Sinatra's former home in Chatsworth Hills, LA where JFK and Marilyn Monroe are said to have played out their affair goes on sale for $21.5million
Frank Sinatra's former home where JFK and Marilyn Monroe are said to have played out their affair is on sale for $21.5million. The Los Angeles mansion has also featured in the hit show Mad Men and been glimpsed in music videos for artists including Mariah Carey, Usher and Rihanna. Nestled in the Chatsworth Hills area, the property was the rented home of the jazz singer and actor (inset) for a decade. During his time there, Ol' Blue Eyes hosted legendary parties attended by the crème de la crème of Hollywood. Today, the luxurious home is known as Byrdview and has undergone a huge remodel since Sinatra's 1960s heyday. The property is perched on a hilltop with 360-degree views over LA, the mountains and the surrounding 3,000 acres of nature preserve. The location offers great privacy as it cannot be seen from the road. Set over 4.3 acres, the home has floor-to-ceiling windows, flooding the rooms with natural light. Deluxe finishes include a home bar, gym and a large chef's kitchen. The house is also kitted out with top-of-the-line appliances and a handful of fireplaces.
Sexism row in Italy after former PM Conte unveils 'offensive and humiliating' bronze statue of scantily clad woman in a transparent dress!
A sexism row has erupted in Italy after former Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte unveiled an 'offensive and humiliating' bronze statue of a scantily clad woman to honour a 19th century poem. The statue, of a woman in a transparent dress, was revealed on Saturday in Sapri, southern Italy. It apparently honours La Spigolatrice di Sapri (The Gleaner of Sapri), a poem written by Luigi Mercantini in 1858 about an ill-fated invasion of the Kingdom of Naples. The poem is written from the point of view of a woman working in the fields in Sapri who catches sight of the approaching boat of Carlo Pisacane and his 300 men and narrates their failed attack on Naples. But the statue, by Emanuele Stifano, has been branded 'offensive and humiliating' in an outcry online - and a group of female politicians have called for it to be ripped down.
Butterflies and the Beast! Check out the incredible winning pictures from global wildlife photo contest
UK photographer Anup Shah triumphed over 100,190 entries from 158 countries to take the top prize in The Nature Conservancy's 2021 photo contest. Describing the victorious image, judge Ben Folds, an American singer-songwriter, says: 'I like photos that keep dragging you in. The face. Tolerance or bliss. It's really hard to tell and the insects draw you there.' Other images that impressed the judges include a mesmerising picture of a mountain emerging from a swell of clouds in Brazil, one of a herd of bucking wildebeests in Kenya, and a poignant shot of an infant orangutan preparing to go into surgery. Here we present our pick of the winners and the runners-up...
'I'm sure we can blur that out, right?' Eli Manning unexpectedly gives the double bird during live TV interview while recounting story about rude Philly Eagles fan
The incident happened on Monday Night's 'ManningCast' on ESPN2 when Eli (left and right) got carried away while recounting a story of a nine-year-old welcoming him to Philadelphia with a double middle finger. 'You go to Philly, you're getting the double bird from a nine-year-old,' Eli Manning said during the broadcast of the Dallas Cowboys' win over the Philadelphia Eagle, while holding up his middle finger on both hands. 'I would give the bird - I don't know, can we do that? I'm sure we can blur that out, right?' Eli then went on to entertain the audience by showing them what the double bird looks like, raising his two middle fingers at the TV screen, much to the horror of the FCC and ESPN's producers.
Adorable footage captured in Catanduva, Sao Paulo, Brazil, shows the rescue dog named Agusta patiently sitting outside a supermarket, waiting for customers to approach. The dog, which is tied to a rail by the door, raises her paw and waves at shoppers as they enter and exit the store. As shoppers pass the little dog, some stop to give the animal a gentle stroke on the head. Owner Jeferson Alexandre Rodrigues, 53, said he adopted Agusta in 2019 after reading about the animal on social media. The canine had been found by a rescue group bruised and unable to walk and had to be hospitalised for a week.
Down and out in Sin City: Photographer (on his honeymoon!) captures the 'dark side' of Vegas and the true divide between Sin City's 'haves and have-nots'
Kurtz Frausun, a filmmaker and photographer from Dallas, Texas, photographed tourists looking to hit it big at the casinos as well as destitute locals on the street. He explained that he wanted to explore the stark contrast between the 'Haves and Have-Nots' in Vegas while on his honeymoon with his wife. The photographer said that there is 'desperation in everyone' in Sin City. Frausun captured one man rambling outside of the Hard Rock Hotel, desperate to find his mother, and another sleeping on the sidewalk with his dog. He admitted that he stepped in vomit while photographing a woman leaning against a wall and smoking a cigarette with her mask pulled down.
Double daddy! Seven-month-old girl is VERY confused and struggles to tell her father from his identical twin
Nathalie Fooks, 30, was deep in conversation with her husband Delante (pictured left), 30, and his twin brother Deandre (pictured, far right), 30, in Waldorf, Maryland, when she noticed her seven-month-old daughter Ariah staring back and forth between each of the men. While Ariah had seen her dad and uncle in the same place before, it was her first time realizing that they looked so much alike.
Royal blue! Queen Letizia of Spain oozes elegance in a wrap dress as she joins King Felipe at the National Culture Awards in Madrid
Queen Letizia and Felipe of Spain attended the National Culture Awards at Prado Museum in Madrid. Mother-of-two Letizia, 49, stunned in a blue wrap dress with contrasting red court heels, while Felipe looked dapper in a black suit. The couple appeared in good spirits as they presented awards to those in the creative fields.