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My grandmother died, leaving a $1 million estate. I asked my mother what happened to half the money. She said, ‘I spent it.’
‘If I ask for any money, she gets irate and tells me that I work, and makes digs at my husband and me.’
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Anne Hathaway, 39, rocks a super short jumpsuit in a new IG photo dump—and she's got sculpted legs for days. HIIT and yoga keep her in stellar shape.
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Don't Look Up star Jennifer Lawrence has opened up about what filming the movie was like, revealing she found working with Jonah Hill "really, really hard."
- U.S.Atlanta Black Star
‘Disgusting’: Newly Released Video Captures Florida Officer Grabbing a Female Subordinate by the Throat After She Pulled Him Away from Suspect He Was Confronting
A South Florida police sergeant has been taken off the street after a video of him choking a fellow officer emerged last week. Sgt. Christopher […]
Steve Harvey had a hilarious reaction on "The Ellen DeGeneres Show" when he saw a cozy picture of daughter Lori Harvey with her boyfriend, Michael B. Jordan.
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Billy Bush, fired over infamous Access Hollywood Trump tape, was 'livid' not to feature in a 'Today' 70th anniversary video: report
Bush was fired as host of NBC's "Today" after appearing on an infamous tape in which Donald Trump bragged about sexually assaulting women.
Scientists in Japan have created special masks that are able to detect and possibly help prevent the spread of COVID-19 using ostrich antibodies. The masks, developed by researchers at Kyoto Prefectural University, are coated with ostrich antibodies to capitalize on the bird’s strong immune system that makes it resistant to certain diseases, Dezeen reported. Kyoto Prefectural University President Yasuhiro Tsukamoto, the project’s lead scientist, is a veterinary professor who has done extensive