Thomas Markle says he will continue to accept money for appearances because Meghan and Harry 'owe' him: 'It's time to look after daddy'
"I'm going to defend myself, and I'm going to be paid for it," he said in a documentary, adding, "What I've been through I should be rewarded for."
Jessica Simpson Hit Rock Bottom When She Realized She Couldn't Dress Her Kids for Halloween
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Lenesha Riley, 33, from New Cross, south east London, didn't realise she had used son Josiah's passport to board an easyJet flight to Germany until she landed in Berlin and was nearly refused entry.
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Chinese authorities have confirmed 830 cases of the deadly new virus, most in the city of Wuhan.
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Over the past eight months, the United States has poured more than 20,000 additional troops into the Middle East to counter the escalating threat from Iran that peaked with the recent missile attack on American forces in Iraq. “You're here because I requested that you come,” Marine Gen. Frank McKenzie told sailors and Marines aboard the USS Bataan amphibious assault ship, his voice booming over the ship's loudspeaker.
Aaron Rodgers' Family ‘Dismayed’ by His Comments on Religion
Scientists have identified Earth's oldest-known impact crater, and in doing so may have solved a mystery about how our planet emerged from one of its most dire periods. Researchers have determined that the 45-mile-wide (70-km-wide) Yarrabubba crater in Australia formed when an asteroid struck Earth just over 2.2 billion years ago. "Looking at our planet from space, it would have looked very different," said isotope geology professor Chris Kirkland of Curtin University in Australia, one of the researchers in the study published in the journal Nature Communications.