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02/04/2018
Kylie Jenner/YouTube Kylie Jenner confirmed her pregnancy and birth across social media on Sunday. The "Keeping Up With The Kardashians" star and Kylie Cosmetics founder gave birth to a girl on February 1. In an Instagram post, Jenner said she kept her pregnancy quiet because she "needed to prepare for this role of a lifetime in the most positive, stress free, and healthy way." A touching video includes footage from Kris Jenner giving birth to Kylie, her friends talking about how excited she is to be a mom, and giving birth. It also documents her doctor's appointments, baby shower, and cheeseburger cravings. Watch the video, called "To Our Daughter", below. Youtube Embed:http://www.youtube.com/embed/BhIEIO0vaBEWidth: 800pxHeight: 600px  NOW WATCH: Kylie Jenner directed an amazing 44-part Snapchat movie See Also:15 celebrities who are rooting for the Eagles to win Super Bowl 201812 celebrities who are rooting for the Patriots to win Super Bowl 2018Reese Witherspoon's lookalike daughter made her modeling debut, and she looks stunning

02/04/2018
NBC "Saturday Night Live"/YouTube Melania Trump (played by Cecily Strong) debated whether she would attend her husband's first State of the Union speech in a biting "Saturday Night Live" sketch. Former first ladies appeared to give her advice, including host Natalie Portman playing Jackie Kennedy. Melania Trump got a little help from her friends on this week's "Saturday Night Live." In a sketch that saw a stressed-out Mrs. Trump pouting as she prepared to attend the State of the Union address, former first ladies — dead and alive — came to her to share their wisdom.See the rest of the story at Business InsiderNOW WATCH: Here’s why people on Twitter think Melania Trump was replaced by a body double — and why they’re wrongSee Also:Alec Baldwin defended Woody Allen by comparing Dylan Farrow to a character in 'To Kill a Mockingbird' who lies about being rapedStephen Colbert interviews a fake 'Melania Trump' about those infidelity rumorsTina Fey and Rachel Dratch return to 'SNL' for a Super Bowl sketch that'll have you laughing out loudSEE ALSO: Natalie Portman returns to 'SNL' to deliver another epic rap, the cast takes on the Nunes memo, and Melania gets advice from past first ladies DON'T MISS: Natalie Portman brought her rap skills back to 'SNL' in another epic, curse-filled music video

02/04/2018
NBC "Saturday Night Live"/YouTube On "Saturday Night Live," Melania Trump (played by Cecily Strong) debated whether she would attend her husband's first State of the Union speech.. Former first ladies appeared to give her advice, including host Natalie Portman playing Jackie Kennedy. Melania Trump got a little help from her friends on this week's "Saturday Night Live." In a sketch that saw a stressed-out Mrs. Trump pouting as she prepared to attend the State of the Union address, former first ladies — dead and alive — came to her to share their wisdom.See the rest of the story at Business InsiderNOW WATCH: Here’s why people on Twitter think Melania Trump was replaced by a body double — and why they’re wrongSee Also:Tina Fey and Rachel Dratch return to 'SNL' for a Super Bowl sketch that'll have you laughing out loudStephen Colbert interviews a fake 'Melania Trump' about those infidelity rumorsAlec Baldwin defended Woody Allen by comparing Dylan Farrow to a character in 'To Kill a Mockingbird' who lies about being rapedSEE ALSO: Natalie Portman returns to 'SNL' to deliver another epic rap, the cast takes on the Nunes memo, and Melania gets advice from past first ladies DON'T MISS: Natalie Portman brought her rap skills back to 'SNL' in another epic, curse-filled music video

02/04/2018
Natalie Portman returned to host "Saturday Night Live" this week. She delivered a sequel to her epic rap from 2006, and the cast took on the GOP memo, Russia investigation, and the Time's Up movement. In the cold open, Alec Baldwin playing President Donald Trump called in to his favorite show, "Fox & Friends." Natalie Portman returned to host "Saturday Night Live" in one of the best episodes all season. In the cold open, President Donald Trump (played by Alec Baldwin) called into his favorite show, "Fox & Friends," to get a pep talk.See the rest of the story at Business InsiderNOW WATCH: 'SNL' produced a perfect spoof ad making fun of adult 'Star Wars' nerdsSee Also:TOM BRADY: How the greatest quarterback of all time makes and spends his millionsTom Brady was 'hurting all the time' at age 25, but he saved his career by changing his diet and lifestyleThe 25 highest-paid players in NFL historySEE ALSO: Tina Fey and Rachel Dracht return to 'SNL' for a Super Bowl sketch that'll have you laughing out loud DON'T MISS: Natalie Portman brought her rap skills back to 'SNL' in another epic, curse-filled music video

02/04/2018
NBC "Saturday Night Live"/YouTube Natalie Portman returned to host "Saturday Night Live" this week. She delivered a sequel to her epic rap from 2006, and the cast took on the GOP memo, Russia investigation, and the Time's Up movement. In the cold open, Alec Baldwin playing President Donald Trump called in to his favorite show, "Fox & Friends." Natalie Portman returned to host "Saturday Night Live" in one of the best episodes all season. In the cold open, President Donald Trump (played by Alec Baldwin) called into his favorite show, "Fox & Friends," to get a pep talk.See the rest of the story at Business InsiderNOW WATCH: 'SNL' produced a perfect spoof ad making fun of adult 'Star Wars' nerdsSee Also:TOM BRADY: How the greatest quarterback of all time makes and spends his millionsTom Brady was 'hurting all the time' at age 25, but he saved his career by changing his diet and lifestyleThe 25 highest-paid players in NFL historySEE ALSO: Tina Fey and Rachel Dracht return to 'SNL' for a Super Bowl sketch that'll have you laughing out loud DON'T MISS: Natalie Portman brought her rap skills back to 'SNL' in another epic, curse-filled music video

02/03/2018
Saturday Night Live / YouTube Natalie Portman hosted "SNL" this weekend, marking the second time she's taken on the role. During her first appearance in 2006, the actress shed her "good girl image" and showed off her rap skills in a digital short aptly titled "Natalie Raps." Portman brought her rap skills back on Saturday, pleasing fans all over Twitter. This time, Portman rapped and cursed about everything from the "Star Wars" prequels, to the Tide pod challenge, to the "Time's Up" movement. The video also saw the return of former "SNL" star Andy Samberg, who created the original short. Watch the full video below. Youtube Embed:http://www.youtube.com/embed/QS8bma7LRX4Width: 800pxHeight: 450px And here's the original rap from 2006: Youtube Embed:http://www.youtube.com/embed/-A0iftflme4Width: 800pxHeight: 450px Sign up here to get INSIDER's favorite stories straight to your inbox.NOW WATCH: A Georgetown professor explains how Martin Luther King Jr. 'has been severely whitewashed'See Also:TOM BRADY: How the greatest quarterback of all time makes and spends his millionsTom Brady was 'hurting all the time' at age 25, but he saved his career by changing his diet and lifestyleThe 25 highest-paid players in NFL historySEE ALSO: Tina Fey and Rachel Dracht return to 'SNL' for a Super Bowl sketch that'll have you laughing out loud

02/03/2018
Saturday Night Live / YouTube Natalie Portman hosted "SNL" this weekend, marking the second time she's taken on the role. During her first appearance in 2006, the actress shed her "good girl image" and showed off her rap skills in a digital short aptly titled "Natalie Raps." Portman brought her rap skills back on Saturday, pleasing fans all over Twitter. This time, Portman rapped and cursed about everything from the "Star Wars" prequels, to the Tide pod challenge, to the "Time's Up" movement. The video also saw the return of former "SNL" star Andy Samberg, who created the original short. Watch the full video below. Youtube Embed:http://www.youtube.com/embed/QS8bma7LRX4Width: 800pxHeight: 450px And here's the original rap from 2006: Youtube Embed:http://www.youtube.com/embed/-A0iftflme4Width: 800pxHeight: 450px Sign up here to get INSIDER's favorite stories straight to your inbox.NOW WATCH: An exercise scientist explains why you shouldn't do sit-ups or crunchesSee Also:TOM BRADY: How the greatest quarterback of all time makes and spends his millionsTom Brady was 'hurting all the time' at age 25, but he saved his career by changing his diet and lifestyleThe 25 highest-paid players in NFL historySEE ALSO: Tina Fey and Rachel Dracht return to 'SNL' for a Super Bowl sketch that'll have you laughing out loud

02/03/2018
Saturday Night Live / YouTube Natalie Portman hosted "SNL" this weekend, marking the second time she's taken on the role. During her first appearance in 2006, the actress shed her "good girl image" and showed off her rap skills in a digital short aptly titled "Natalie Raps." Portman brought her rap skills back on Saturday, pleasing fans all over Twitter. This time, Portman rapped and cursed about everything from the "Star Wars" prequels, to the Tide pod challenge, to the "Time's Up" movement. The video also saw the return of former "SNL" star Andy Samberg, who created the original short. Watch the full video below. Youtube Embed:http://www.youtube.com/embed/QS8bma7LRX4Width: 800pxHeight: 450px And here's the original rap from 2006: Youtube Embed:http://www.youtube.com/embed/-A0iftflme4Width: 800pxHeight: 450px Sign up here to get INSIDER's favorite stories straight to your inbox.NOW WATCH: What happens to your body when you start exercising regularlySee Also:TOM BRADY: How the greatest quarterback of all time makes and spends his millionsTom Brady was 'hurting all the time' at age 25, but he saved his career by changing his diet and lifestyleThe 25 highest-paid players in NFL historySEE ALSO: Tina Fey and Rachel Dracht return to 'SNL' for a Super Bowl sketch that'll have you laughing out loud

02/03/2018
Saturday Night Live / YouTube Natalie Portman hosted "SNL" this weekend, marking the second time she's taken on the role.  During her first appearance in 2006, the actress shed her "good girl image" and showed off her rap skills in a digital short aptly titled "Natalie Raps." Portman brought her rap skills back on Saturday, pleasing fans all over Twitter.  This time, Portman rapped and cursed about everything from the "Star Wars" prequels, to the Tide pod challenge, to the "Time's Up" movement.  The video also saw the return of former "SNL" star Andy Samburg, who created the original short.  Watch the full video below.  Youtube Embed:http://www.youtube.com/embed/QS8bma7LRX4Width: 800pxHeight: 450px Sign up here to get INSIDER's favorite stories straight to your inbox.NOW WATCH: What happens to your body when you start exercising regularlySee Also:Tom Brady was 'hurting all the time' at age 25, but he saved his career by changing his diet and lifestyleTOM BRADY: How the greatest quarterback of all time makes and spends his millionsThe 25 highest-paid players in NFL history

02/03/2018
Saturday Night Live / YouTube Natalie Portman hosted "SNL" this weekend, marking the second time she's taken on the role.  During her first appearance in 2006, the actress shed her "good girl image" and showed off her rap skills in a digital short aptly titled "Natalie Raps." Portman brought her rap skills back on Saturday, pleasing fans all over Twitter.  This time, Portman rapped and cursed about everything from the "Star Wars" prequels, to the Tide pod challenge, to the "Time's Up" movement.  The video also saw the return of former "SNL" star Andy Samburg, who created the original short.  Watch the full video below.  Youtube Embed:http://www.youtube.com/embed/QS8bma7LRX4Width: 800pxHeight: 450px Sign up here to get INSIDER's favorite stories straight to your inbox.NOW WATCH: The surprising reason some countries drive on the left side of the roadSee Also:TOM BRADY: How the greatest quarterback of all time makes and spends his millionsTom Brady was 'hurting all the time' at age 25, but he saved his career by changing his diet and lifestyleThe 25 highest-paid players in NFL history

02/03/2018
Saturday Night Live / YouTube Former "Saturday Night Live" stars Tina Fey and Rachel Dracht returned to the show this weekend. They starred in a sketch that was set during the American Revolution, and joked about New England and Philadelphia's roles in America's victory. Dracht, a Massachusetts native, played a fairly cocky "patriot of New England." Fey, a Pennsylvania native and open Eagles fan, played a brash Philadelphian. The sketch was a play on Super Bowl 2018, which pits the five-time champion New England Patriots against the Philadelphia Eagles.  The sketch ended with Beck Bennett and Kyle Mooney wondering if there was a way both "teams" could lose — a sentiment that many feel about the upcoming game. Watch the entire sketch below. Youtube Embed:http://www.youtube.com/embed/fcziw7helVgWidth: 800pxHeight: 450px Sign up here to get INSIDER's favorite stories straight to your inbox.NOW WATCH: A Georgetown professor explains how Martin Luther King Jr. 'has been severely whitewashed'See Also:Watch Justin Timberlake's controversial Super Bowl 2004 halftime performance with Janet JacksonWatch Keanu Reeves pull off a flawless motorcycle stunt in his new Super Bowl adThis ad featuring 'Game of Thrones' star Peter Dinklage and Morgan Freeman facing off in an epic rap battle will get you excited for the Super Bowl

02/02/2018
Maddie Meyer/Getty Images Sprint has partnered with the startup Tenor to create a series of gif ads tied to its Super Bowl commercial. The wireless company is hoping both Eagles and Patriot fans share images from its campaign to communicate with friends while watching the game Sunday night. Tenor is also planning to create gifs for all of the Super Bowl ads as well as key plays during the game. Sprint wants to help you share your feelings during this year's Super Bowl. The wireless company has partnered with the gif ad startup Tenor to roll out a series of gifs tied to its upcoming Super Bowl ad, which features a human-mocking fictional robot name Evelyn who likes to take selfies.See the rest of the story at Business InsiderNOW WATCH: SpaceX is about to launch its monster Mars rocket for the first time — here's how it stacks up against other rocketsSee Also:Here are the top 10 buzziest commercials of Super Bowl 2018Ad revenue dipped for NFL broadcasters in 2017Facebook's News Feed change could bury the biggest digital stars

02/02/2018
Maddie Meyer/Getty Images Sprint has partnered with the startup Tenor to create a series of gif ads tied to its Super Bowl commercial. The wireless company is hoping both Eagles and Patriot fans share images from its campaign to communicate with friends while watching the game Sunday night. Tenor is also planning to create gifs for all of the Super Bowl ads as well as key plays during the game. Sprint wants to help you share your feelings during this year's Super Bowl. The wireless company has partnered with the gif ad startup Tenor to roll out a series of gifs tied to its upcoming Super Bowl ad, which features a human-mocking fictional robot name Evelyn who likes to take selfies.See the rest of the story at Business InsiderNOW WATCH: North Korea's leader Kim Jong Un is 34 — here's how he became one of the world's scariest dictatorsSee Also:Here are the top 10 buzziest commercials of Super Bowl 2018Ad revenue dipped for NFL broadcasters in 2017Facebook's News Feed change could bury the biggest digital stars

02/02/2018
Screenshot via YouTube/Fox News Devin Nunes, the congressman who authored a disputed memo alleging improper surveillance of Trump associates by the FBI and the Department of Justice, admitted he didn't view the underlying intelligence on which he based the memo. Nunes made that assertion during an interview on Fox News Friday, hours after the memo was released to the public. Nunes' remark confirms statements made by his Democratic counterpart on the House Intelligence Committee, Adam Schiff, who argued that Nunes was not forthcoming in the process of producing the memo. The House Intelligence Committee chairman Devin Nunes admitted on Friday that he did not view the underlying intelligence on which he based a memo that accuses the FBI and the Justice Department of improperly surveilling Trump associates during the 2016 election. Hours after the memo came out on Friday, Nunes gave an interview on Fox News during which anchor Bret Baier asked him if he wrote the memo. "Yes," Nunes replied, saying other Republican lawmakers, like House Oversight Committee chair Trey Gowdy, also contributed. See the rest of the story at Business InsiderNOW WATCH: Here's how the map of the United States has changed in 200 yearsSee Also:Right-leaning media outlets may have gotten a jump on key details in the Nunes memoTop Intelligence Committee Democrat says release of Nunes memo is an attempt to 'circle the wagons around the White House'Trump says 'you figure that one out' when asked if Nunes memo makes him more likely to fire DOJ's RosensteinSEE ALSO: Right-leaning media outlets may have gotten a jump on key details in the Nunes memo DON'T MISS: The Nunes memo fails to answer the key question it is supposed to address

02/02/2018
NASA/JPL-Caltech/MSSS via AP NASA's Mars Curiosity Rover recently sent back a series of photos showing the view of planet's Gale Crater from Vera Rubin Ridge. The rover also sent back a selfie with Mount Sharp in the background. In the past five and a half years, the rover has gone about 1,100 feet up and covered approximately 11 miles from its landing site. NASA's Mars Curiosity Rover is still on the move. The latest Rover selfie, seen above, is stitched together from a series of shots taken on the red planet's Vera Rubin Ridge inside Gale Crater. In the photo, the rover is on the base of Mount Sharp, which you can see peeking up behind the rover.See the rest of the story at Business InsiderNOW WATCH: SpaceX is about to launch its monster Mars rocket for the first time — here's how it stacks up against other rocketsSee Also:How and when to watch Wednesday's 'super blue blood moon'Watch live: Astronomers are broadcasting video of the 'super blue blood moon' total lunar eclipseSpaceX's 'monster' Falcon Heavy rocket is set to launch next week — but Elon Musk has said there's a good chance it could blow upSEE ALSO: A stone with more than 70 dinosaur tracks is transforming what we know about how prehistoric creatures interacted

02/02/2018
Maddie Meyer/Getty Images Sprint has partnered with the startup Tenor to create a series of gif ads tied to its Super Bowl commercial. The wireless company is hoping both Eagles and Patriot fans share images from its campaign to communicate with friends while watching the game Sunday night. Tenor is also planning to create gifs for all of the Super Bowl ads as well as key plays during the game. Sprint wants to help you share your feelings during this year's Super Bowl. The wireless company has partnered with the gif ad startup Tenor to roll out a series of gifs tied to its upcoming Super Bowl ad, which features a human-mocking fictional robot name Evelyn who likes to take selfies.See the rest of the story at Business InsiderNOW WATCH: Here's what losing weight does to your body and brainSee Also:Here are the top 10 buzziest commercials of Super Bowl 2018Ad revenue dipped for NFL broadcasters in 2017Facebook's News Feed change could bury the biggest digital stars

02/02/2018
The Hall of Advertising/YouTube During a meeting with American workers on Wednesday, President Donald Trump mentioned that his wife, Melania, once starred in an Aflac commercial, the Ledger-Enquirer reported. According to AdWeek, the insurance company unveiled the commercial in 2005. The 30-second, black-and-white clip is set inside a laboratory. Melania and the Aflac duck, the company's official mascot, are strapped to two tables, surrounded by a team of mad scientists. One scientist explains that he plans to switch Melania and the Aflac duck's voices to "tell the world the benefits of Aflac with sex appeal." After the scientists flip a switch, the duck wakes up and speaks in a sultry tone while Melania pops up and quacks "Aflac!" in the mascot's iconic voice. At the end of the commercial, Melania screams when she looks down and sees that she has webbed feet. Luckily, The Hall of Advertising uploaded the full commercial to YouTube, which you can watch below.   Youtube Embed:http://www.youtube.com/embed/0iRgBhfBFUMWidth: 800pxHeight: 315px Sign up here to get INSIDER's favorite stories straight to your inbox.NOW WATCH: Meet the three women who married Donald TrumpSee Also:Watch Keanu Reeves pull off a flawless motorcycle stunt in his new Super Bowl adHere's how a $6 foundation stacks up next to a $60 versionA man dropped a $42,510 bottle of Champagne at a club, and you'll die inside watching his reaction

02/02/2018
Philadelphia Eagles/YouTube On Thursday, the Philadelphia Eagles released a "hype" video to get fans excited for their appearance in Super Bowl 2018. The video showcases the team's highlights throughout the years, including their recent victory over the Minnesota Vikings.  According to Sports Illustrated, Bradley Cooper narrates the video, which pokes fun at the team's naysayers and thanks the fans who have stood by their side.  Watch the full video below.    Youtube Embed:http://www.youtube.com/embed/GSe7TFm1lBkWidth: 800pxHeight: 450px Sign up here to get INSIDER's favorite stories straight to your inbox.NOW WATCH: The surprising reason some countries drive on the left side of the roadSee Also:15 celebrities who are rooting for the Eagles to win Super Bowl 2018This ad featuring 'Game of Thrones' star Peter Dinklage and Morgan Freeman facing off in an epic rap battle will get you excited for the Super BowlHere's what happened last time Justin Timberlake performed at the Super Bowl — and why many are angry he'll perform againSEE ALSO: WHERE ARE THEY NOW? Tom Brady's teammates on his first Super Bowl team

02/01/2018
Jimmy Kimmel Live/YouTube In honor of the upcoming Super Bowl, Jimmy Kimmel recruited some of the NFL's biggest stars for his popular mean tweets segment. Participants in the video included Rashad Jennings, Peyton Manning, and Travis Kelce. "Peyton Manning is the only NFL player that looks like the mascot of the team for which he plays. #horseface," one tweet read. Watch the video below. Youtube Embed:http://www.youtube.com/embed/maaWSIlDizsWidth: 800pxHeight: 450px Sign up here to get INSIDER's favorite stories straight to your inbox.NOW WATCH: SpaceX is about to launch its monster Mars rocket for the first time — here's how it stacks up against other rocketsSee Also:People are turning a brutal line from 'Riverdale' into a hilarious meme about revenge24 actors who played the President of the United States — and how they compare to the real thingWhat the 'Bachelor' First Impression Rose really says about how far women will go on the show

02/01/2018
Jimmy Kimmel Live/YouTube In honor of the upcoming Super Bowl, Jimmy Kimmel recruited some of the NFL's biggest stars for his popular mean tweets segment. Participants in the video included Rashad Jennings, Peyton Manning, and Travis Kelce. "Peyton Manning is the only NFL player that looks like the mascot of the team for which he plays. #horseface," one tweet read. Watch the video below. Youtube Embed:http://www.youtube.com/embed/maaWSIlDizsWidth: 800pxHeight: 450px Sign up here to get INSIDER's favorite stories straight to your inbox.NOW WATCH: What happens to your body when you start exercising regularlySee Also:People are turning a brutal line from 'Riverdale' into a hilarious meme about revenge24 actors who played the President of the United States — and how they compare to the real thingWhat the 'Bachelor' First Impression Rose really says about how far women will go on the show


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