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- EntertainmentYahoo TV
"Secrets of Playboy" director Alexandra Dean says Holly Madison wasn't "equipped to defend" herself at the Playboy Mansion.
The legendary rocker and known vaccine skeptic embraced the widely debunked theory and slammed the media in a bizarre interview.
The ongoing saga between Kelly Clarkson and ex Brandon Blackstock over their Montana ranch has finally concluded. It’s an ending that is still somewhat baffling given the fact that the former music manager fought to the bitter end until the pop star gave him a small slice of the property — and honestly, it’s small […]
- WorldThe Doctors CBS
At just 17, Sara Schulting-Kranz was raped and got pregnant. She went to the police who said there was insignificant evidence to convict her rapist. She decided to keep the baby and went on to meet and marry her husband. They had two more boys together, then one day her husband walked through the door and told her that he had been leading a double life for 14 years. Hear her incredible story of resilience. Check out Sara's book "Walk Through This: Harness The Healing Power Of Nature And Travel T
Just as the Omicron wave may have broken across the U.S. comes word of another version of the more transmissible variant, dubbed BA.2. It’s been nicknamed by some “stealth Omicron” because it seems to evade identification better than its predecessor. While other new variants that seemed worrisome — like Mu or Lambda — have had […]
- CelebrityThe Hollywood Reporter
Queen Latifah is weighing in after The Equalizer co-star Chris Noth exited the show amid assault allegations against him. During a recent interview with People (the TV Show!), Latifah called it “still surreal” that Noth, formerly a series regular, will no longer appear on the CBS procedural. The network announced its decision to drop him […]
- BusinessBusiness Insider
Jon Stewart once told Jeff Bezos at a dinner with the Obamas that workers wanted fulfillment, not jobs running errands for rich people: 'It's a recipe for revolution'
Workers want to feel like they're not just "running errands for people that have more than you," Stewart said on "The Problem With Jon Stewart."