- Celebrity Yahoo Style UK
The cast of the much-anticipated film gathered on the red carpet in New York City.
- U.S. The Independent
A TV reporter said she was left “violated” and “embarrassed” after being smacked on the bottom during a live broadcast.Alex Bozarjian, of WSAV News, was reporting roadside from a 10km race in Savannah, Georgia, when a male participant ran up behind and struck her.
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Miss South Africa was crowned Miss Universe on Sunday in Atlanta after a lavish ceremony filled with glitter and heartfelt speeches about female empowerment. Zozibini Tunzi, 26, finished first ahead of the Puerto Rican and Mexican finalists in a flashy televised event, hosted by American comic turned TV personality Steve Harvey. Television personalities Vanessa Lachey and Olivia Culpo served as backstage commentators, and a panel of seven women determined the winner.
- Business Business Insider
An American trucking giant is slated to declare bankruptcy - and it may leave more than 3,200 truck drivers stranded and jobless
Celadon is reportedly declaring bankruptcy this week, and that collapse may leave thousands of truck drivers jobless and away from home.
- Lifestyle MarketWatch
I discovered through 23andMe that my daughter is not mine - can I claim back child support from the biological father?
Can I claim back child support from the biological father? There's a phrase in Ireland that resulted from a political scandal in the 1980s involving the then Attorney General, a debonair party boy and murderer named Malcolm Daniel Edward McArthur and a nurse named Bridie McGargan who was bludgeoned to death while sunning herself in the Phoenix Park on the outskirts of Dublin City. The then Prime Minister declared the case: “Grotesque, Unbelievable, Bizarre and Unprecedented.” It led to the slightly absurd acronym GUBU, which found its way into the Irish vernacular and, for a brief period, a pub also called GUBU.
- U.S. HuffPost
The GOP lawmaker claimed he was the victim of a stalker. Turns out it was a reporter who identified himself and asked a normal question.