- EntertainmentYahoo Celebrity UK
Nicole Scherzinger, Ashley Roberts and co appeared on the BBC broadcast to perform their new single 'React'.
- CelebrityYahoo Celebrity
Pete Davidson roasts Ariana Grande, didn't like her 'spray-painted' brown in 'Vogue' calling him a 'distraction'
Pete Davidson joked it's "fair game" to go after Ariana Grande since she got "Thank U, Next."
- CelebrityThe Daily Beast
Meghan Markle believes she and Prince Harry are being “picked on” by the royals in the fall out over their withdrawal from royal duties and that “if anyone should feel insulted, it should be them,” her close friends reportedly told DailyMail.com.Meghan supposedly told her circle that the restrictions being placed on them are “payback” for wanting to be independent and has complained to friends about the unfairness of the Queen banning them from using the word “royal” in their branding. Prince Harry and Meghan Markle Felt ‘Totally Unwelcome’ in the Royal Family—So They Quit“Meghan said that [she and Harry] were left with no choice but to make a public statement,” an apparently well-briefed friend told Dailymail.com. “She said if anyone should feel insulted, it should be them. They never intended to capitalize on the word royal, and to insinuate they were somehow abusing their privileges is absurd.”Prince Harry was in Edinburgh in Scotland yesterday for the launch of his Travalyst initiative, where he urged delegates to just call him Harry.“She said she and Harry will continue to rise above jealousy and pettiness and focus on the good they are creating and on being the best parents to Archie,” the friend added.Meghan is due to appear in London with her husband for an awards ceremony for sick and injured military personnel on March 5. While the Sussexes frustration at not being allowed to use the Sussex Royal brand they have spent much of the past two years building up is entirely understandable, briefings such as these are unlikely to go down well with palace insiders and power players, among whom discretion is prized above all.Read more at The Daily Beast.Get our top stories in your inbox every day. Sign up now!Daily Beast Membership: Beast Inside goes deeper on the stories that matter to you. Learn more.
- CelebrityScary Mommy
When new SURver Charli Burnett made her first appearance on Vanderpump Rules, she revealed she has never eaten pasta because it’s “the reason everyone gains weight.” And in this week’s episode, we watched fellow SURver (and Youtuber and alleged racist-tweets tweeter) Brett Caprioni ask Charli out on a date. And while tonight’s episode also heavily 
You don't own a Ferrari, Ferrari owns you.Even if you have deep pockets, one still may not get past Ferrari's acceptance to purchase one of their new supercars. Owning one of these cars is more of a lifestyle than anything else, and they call the shots on who they
- U.S.U.S.News & World Report
The U.S. News Short List, separate from our overall rankings, is a regular series that magnifies individual data points in hopes of providing students and parents a way to find which undergraduate or graduate programs excel or have room to grow in specific areas. Be sure to explore The Short List: College, The Short List: Grad School and The Short List: Online Programs to find data that matters to you in your college or grad school search. College hopefuls who want to avoid acquiring an excessive amount of student loan debt often choose to apply to public schools in their home state to capitalize on in-state tuition.
The U.S. Supreme Court on Wednesday formally dismissed a case in which Lee Boyd Malvo, who was 17 when he took part in the deadly 2002 "D.C. Sniper" shooting spree in the Washington area, was challenging his life without parole sentence. The move comes after a new law was passed in Virginia, where Malvo is incarcerated in a supermax state prison. The measure, signed into law on Monday, lets people sentenced to life in prison without the possibility of parole for offenses committed before age 18 - as Malvo was - to seek release after 20 years.