How a Mom's Fitbit Led Police to Charge Her Husband with Her Murder
ESPN has launched it’s long-expected layoffs, with the biggest news so far being that long-time NFL reporter Ed Werder has been let go. While the moves will presumably affect all aspects of the network and the sports it covers, the timing is odd. Roughly 100 employees are being laid off only one day before the draft, which is one of the biggest annual events for ESPN. The three-day affair will result in millions consuming ESPN television, radio, and online content. And it’s all happening one day after what will be the biggest one-day exodus of talent in the history of the network. Regardless of the reasons for the departures (and in any business where revenue is dramatically shrinking, costs
It’s been 14 years since Trista Rehn paved the way for the super successful Bachelor spin-off, The Bachelorette. And while she was the first contestant to find happily ever after on the show, she wasn’t the last! Although The Bachelor came first, premiering in 2002, its counterpart has had a higher success rate. Out of 12 Bachelorettes, five are married or still engaged to their final picks, while only two Bachelor suitors have made it work (not counting Nick Viall, who just got engaged a few months ago). Trista, who has since taken husband Ryan Sutter’s last name, previously opened up to Today about why her marriage has worked while others have failed. "Whenever I hear of people going on Dancing
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When Tarek El Moussa filed for divorce from wife and HGTV partner in crime Christina El Moussa in December 2016, we had a lot of questions, and now, he's telling all. Tarek recently sat down with Us Weekly to talk about what caused his split, as well as that shocking incident where Christina called the cops on her then-husband in May of last year. "It was a gradual thing over time," the Flip or Flop star said when asked about what went wrong in his marriage. "We were both very busy people with health issues and kids. We didn't fight, we just grew apart." He explained that his battle with cancer took a toll on their relationship, as well as Christina's fertility issues and their miscarriage after
A 50-year-old man was shot and killed Tuesday evening as he sought donations to paint to home addresses along curb lines in a Norwalk neighborhood, authorities said. The man, who has not been identified, was walking along the 14400 block of Dinard Avenue at about 5:30 p.m. when he was shot several times in the upper torso, according to the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department. He died at the scene. “There is no suspect information, nor a motive for the shooting,” the Sheriff’s Department said in a statement. Sheriff's Sgt. Bill Cotter told reporters at the scene the man had been asking residents if he could paint their addresses on the curb in exchange for a donation to charity. Anyone with