• Christina El Moussa faces fans fury for 'inappropriate' bikini photo with daughter: 'What mother does this?'

    Flip Or Flop co-host Christina El Moussa has landed in hot water over a recent Instagram picture. Fans of the reality TV star flipped after she shared a bikini-clad picture with her seven-year-old daughter Taylor, and took to the picture-sharing site to criticise her "sickening ways". "Welcome to the family!!" the El Moussa matriarch had captioned the adorable picture celebrating the arrival of the newest member of the family - a French bulldog named Cashie.

  • Ask Amy: My husband told me to ‘get over it,’ so here’s my plan

    DEAR AMY: I have been married for 33 years. I love my husband, but I have totally enabled him - to the point where I am now feeling abused. For instance, this morning, he was in a minor car accident. Through my business relationships, I have an excellent contact in the repair business, and so I kindly took his car in, gave him mine to use in the interim and picked up the rental. I asked him to drive the rental so I could have my car back, and he refused. I told him I felt used. He basically said I should get over it. Because of my family background and decades of behaving this way, I am now at the point where I feel incredibly put upon because of all of the expectations, as well as the total

  • Cop calls scammer back; awkward exchange goes viral

    Kyle Roder was clearing his voicemail inbox when a message from an unknown number popped up. It was from a man who claimed to work for the IRS, threatening him to call back right away “or you will be arrested.” It was a surprising message to receive, especially since Roder is a police officer with the Eau Claire Police Department in Wisconsin. Assuming it was a scam, the officer decided to call back, and he recorded the whole exchange. “Hello, is this the IRS? It said to call this number, you said I had committed a fraud or something?” Roder asked. The man on the other end replied, “Yes,” and asked for a case number. When Roder said he was never provided one, the man said he could look it up

  • This woman wins Mom of the Year award for her response to her daughter’s failing math grade

    Moms have been around since the dawn of time but they still manage to surprise us with their heroism. For example, when…

  • Astronaut who walked on moon says he knows the truth about aliens

    He was an astronaut on the second manned mission to the moon and the fourth man to walk on its surface. Alan Bean, 85, is one of only 12 people to have taken “one small step for man and one giant leap for mankind” on the moon. The lunar module pilot was one of three crew members onboard Apollo 12 who walked on the moon 10 days after it launched on Nov. 14, 1969. The crew’s primary mission objectives included an extensive series of lunar exploration tasks by the lunar module and the deployment of the Apollo Lunar Surface Experiments Package to be left on the moon’s surface to gather seismic, scientific and engineering data. Bean has logged 1,671 hours and 45 minutes in space - 10 hours and 26

  • 2 killed, 18 students hurt when big rig strikes school bus

    Two drivers were killed and more than a dozen students injured when a tractor-trailer veered into oncoming traffic and struck a passenger car and a bus carrying a Texas high school track team, law enforcement said Friday. Texas Department of Public Safety Lt. Lonny Haschel said the collision late Thursday occurred near the town of Talco, about 100 miles northeast of Dallas, as the Mount Pleasant High School athletes were returning from a meet. The boys' team bus toppled over in the initial collision then the big rig struck the car driven by an assistant coach for the girls' team. The girls' team bus was trailing behind and wasn't involved in the collision. Superintendent Judd Marshall told KLTV

  • I saved $100,000 on a salary of just $30,000 a year-here are my top 5 money-saving tips

    Between 2004 and 2012, I lived in New York City, made around $30,000 a year, and saved over $100,000. It was enough money that, when the time came, I could hand over the piggy bank as a down payment on my first apartment. I was able to save so much while making so little because I did my best to minimize bad choices, like trying to keep up with the New York Joneses, and maximize good fortune, like an inheritance from my grandmother. Both mattered a great deal. So did seemingly incidental things, like settling down with someone thrifty. Here are the five most important savings tips I learned in those eight years. If you're going to partner up, do it wisely Love advice seems like a strange start