How Bill Clinton met Hillary will make your soul melt
Last night at the Democratic National Convention, Bill Clinton gave a totally swoon-worthy speech about how he wooed his wife. Cue heart eyes x 100,000,000, and
Two South Carolina soldiers were killed Sunday after trying to protect a woman at a bar that was being chased by the man charged in their deaths. Joseph Mills, 25, of Little Mountain, was charged with two counts of murder. Mills said in court Monday that he was chasing a girl who grabbed drugs from his car and took off. He apologized for what happened, but thought the two men who interceded were going to “lynch” him. The Lexington County Coroner Margaret Fisher identified the victims as Charles Allen Judge Jr., 40, and Jonathon Michael Prins, 29, according to the Island Packet. The South Carolina National Guard confirmed to WIS-TV that Judge was a staff sergeant and an engineering instructor
This mom was focused on getting her baby to say "mama," by repeating the word over and over. The family dog sat by and wimpered until it turned into words where he can be heard mimicking the mother as he's saying "mama." It could be safe to say that the dog's motivation of imitating the sound was his desire for the food being waived in front of his face. Jealous of his quick studies, the baby pushes the dog away, still unable to say "mama."
One day, you are going about your business when you catch sight of yourself wearing your favorite Hello Kitty t-shirt that always made you feel so free-spirited. Suddenly you think, “When did I turn into my Aunt Gladys?” Many of us fall into the trap of wearing clothes that are too young for us, thinking that the alternative is to wear dowdy, frumpy clothes. But here’s the rub: Ironically, when you dress too young, you often make yourself look much older. And then there is the opposite trap of making yourself look older with dated trends. (Please, please, say goodbye to the 1980s Dynasty-style shoulder pads!) “You always want to look modern, but that doesn’t mean forcing a trend that doesn’t
Jennifer Garner faced the rumors about being pregnant head-on ... and she had the sweetest response. We're just not sure what she meant by it. 44-year-old Jennifer was leaving Giorgio Baldi in Santa Monica when photogs asked her to confirm the baby buzz. She was recently photographed looking like there was a slight bump -- though truthfully, it coulda just been a gust of wind in her dress. As TMZ reported, there's been no progress, on paper anyway, toward divorcing Ben ... but we're told it's not because they're reconciling. Sooo, baby on board? Check out the video. And just a guess ... but we're thinking not.
The allegations against Baylor University and its football program continue to get uglier by the day. Most recently, a woman who has filed a lawsuit against the school is claiming several players gang raped a fellow student in 2011. Jasmin Hernandez, a former Baylor student who was raped by a football player in 2012, filed a lawsuit in March against the university, former athletic director Ian McCaw and former head football coach Art Briles for failing to comply with Title IX law. The suit was amended last week and a woman identified as “Jane Roe 4” was added. A portion of the amendment reads as follows, according to Suzanne Halliburton of the Austin American-Statesman: Plaintiff is informed,
A freelance photographer who specializes in surfing photos stopped at North Beach in Western Australia on Sunday when he saw four surfers on the calm waters. Then he observed the surfers doing something curious. “I noticed the guys coming in really quickly and I thought that was strange, so I lifted the camera and took a quick shot,” Rick Knoppert told PerthNow. The dramatic photo shows the four surfers paddling to shore with one of them looking directly at the dorsal fin of a massive shark. “I didn’t realize until I got it on the computer that there was a fin there as well,” Knoppert said. With his 600mm lens, Knoppert continued taking photos of the shark and the relieved surfers. “It was chasing
One of Tuesday night's most emotionally charged moments at the Democratic National Convention came when Mothers of the Movement-a collection of black women whose children died at the hands of police or from gun violence-took the stage to deliver a heart-wrenching speech. Although they were at the DNC to support Hillary, their speech transcended politics. "You don't stop being a mom when your child dies," Lucia McBath, mother of 17-year-old Jordan Davis, told the crowd. "You don't stop being a parent. I am still Jordan Davis' mother. His life ended the day that he was shot and killed for playing loud music. But my job as his mother didn't." CNN, MSNBC and PBS aired the speech, which happened before