- U.S. People
Mom Sentenced to 5 Years for Using Friend's Address to Enroll Son in School
- Celebrity Yahoo Lifestyle
Elizabeth Hurley, 54, channels Daisy Duke in racy red bikini top, denim cut-offs: 'More gorgeous than any 25-year-old'
The "hottest woman on the planet" is once again wowing fans with a sexy bikini photo shoot.
- Sports Yahoo Sports
Every single championship in WWE was on the line at Clash of Champions. The results were two titles changing hands and the Four Horsewomen taking center stage.
- Celebrity Entertainment Tonight
The reality star found out the true cause behind the severe pain in her joints.
- World Quartz
Since a law making it illegal for Muslim men to divorce their wives by pronouncing the word “talaq” three times was finally passed by the Indian parliament at the end of July, it has been the focus of bitter argument. The Muslim Women (Protection of Rights on Marriage) Act has already been the subject of several legal challenges from Muslim religious organisations, which see the law as disproportionate and a political move against minorities. In a landmark 2017 judgment, India's supreme court declared talaq-i-biddat invalid and unconstitutional, and instructed the government to legislate.