• Corey Feldman Responds to a Tweet from Paris Jackson: 'I Hope One Day We Can Talk' About Michael

    Corey Feldman is reaching out to Paris Jackson to address bullies and his memories with her father. Feldman made headlines when he gave a curious performance of his song "Go 4 It" on the Today show. "@ParisJackson U don't deserve ANY of it! I hope 1 day we can talk, as Id LOVE 2 tell U + things about your father when he was a young man," Feldman said in response to a tweet he received from the 18-year-old model on Saturday.

    People
  • Jose Fernandez’s death is, sadly, not without precedent

    As we still try to process the death of Marlins star Jose Fernandez in a boating accident, we can’t help but be reminded that it is, sadly, not without precedent. The example which most obviously and immediately springs to mind are the deaths of Cleveland Indians pitchers Steve Olin and Tim Crews, who were killed in a boating accident on Little Lake Nellie in Clermont, Florida during spring training in 1993. Olin was only 27 and had four years in the bigs, all with Cleveland, under his belt. Three years ago, Anthony Castrovince of MLB.com caught up with the families of Crews and Olin - their widows and their children - and told us about how they have all coped with their shocking deaths over the previous two decades.

    NBC Sports
  • Mindy Kaling posted a pic from the doctor’s office that has us worried about her

    Mindy Kaling might play a doctor on TV, but her real-life health scare is freaking us out! After posting a picture at…

    Hello Giggles
  • Some cities are taking another look at LED lighting after AMA warning

    If people are sleepless in Seattle, it may not be only because they have broken hearts. The American Medical Association issued a warning in June that high-intensity LED streetlights - such as those in Seattle, Los Angeles, New York, Houston and elsewhere - emit unseen blue light that can disturb sleep rhythms and possibly increase the risk of serious health conditions, including cancer and cardiovascular disease. The AMA also cautioned that those light-emitting-diode lights can impair nighttime driving vision. Similar concerns have been raised over the past few years, but the AMA report adds credence to the issue and is likely to prompt cities and states to reevaluate the intensity of LED lights they install.

    Washington Post
  • Hoarder may not have known son’s corpse was in her home

    The elderly Brooklyn woman found this month living with the skeletal remains of her son, possibly for as long as 20 years, is a legally blind hoarder who may not have even known he was there, NYPD sources said. The chilling discovery of the skeleton was made Sept. 15 when a relative showed up at Rita Wolfensohn’s Midwood home to fetch her belongings and take them to her in the hospital. In a debris-choked second-floor bedroom, sister-in-law Josette Buchman found a “completely intact” skeleton, dressed in jeans, socks and a shirt, lying on its back on a thin mattress on the floor, police sources told The Post. “It’s like some reverse ‘Psycho’ scene,” a law-enforcement source said at the time, referring to Hitchcock’s 1960 horror flick in which a son, Norman Bates, keeps his dead mother’s remains in a basement.

    New York Post
  • Hollywood Tries to ID A-Lister Accused of Raping Corey Haim

    Forget Brad and Angelina - a much more sinister tabloid headline has captured Hollywood’s attention this week, and inspired grim, rampant speculation about whether a famous actor repeatedly raped a now-deceased child star. Radar Online last week published a bombshell report claiming to know the identity of a beloved male star who sexually abused an underage Corey Haim in the prime of his career. Haim died at age 38, of pneumonia, in 2010. The report, commonly referred to as a “blind item,” contends that the widely known entertainer and family man used his influence to commit the horrific acts - all part of a wider ring of alleged Hollywood pedophilia that Radar has been investigating for four years.

    San Francisco Chronicle
  • Tampa man shoots a father, calls 'stand your ground' hotline

    Carlos Garcia lay bleeding on the street in front of his family's mailbox. "Yes, ma'am. I just had a man attack me in my front yard," Nick Julian IV told a 911 operator on Sept. 19, 2015. "He attacked me and I had to use force," said Julian. "I was afraid for my life." "Well who used the gun?" the operator said. "I did," Julian said. In the background, Garcia's ex-wife screamed: "Why would you do this?" " 'Cause he charged me and I was in fear of my life," said Julian, then 26. He said that he needed to call his lawyer. It was 2:05 a.m. Before Garcia, a 37-year-old father of three, had even been declared dead, the man who shot him was already on the phone with the U.S. Concealed Carry Association.

    Miami Herald
  • Multimillionaire Gym Mogul Crashes Lamborghini Murciélago, Kills Uber Driver

    Fitness magnate, twice previously arrested for DUI, was speeding and had been drinking before the wreck.

    The Drive
  • Walmart Workers Refuse To Make Cop's Retirement Cake

    Three Walmart workers in McDonough, Ga., refused to decorate a “thin blue line” cake for a police officer’s retirement party because they said it was racist. A number of my Georgia readers alerted me to the story and on Saturday night I spoke directly with the police officer’s daughter. She asked that I not divulge her name and I’ve agreed to do that. “I was so shocked,” she told me. “I didn’t know what to do or say or anything. I was trying not to lose my temper or make a scene.” For the record, Walmart has confessed that most of her allegations are true. For more on that, read my full column below.

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