• The Totally Harsh Reason Chloe Kim Split With Her Boyfriend Before Winning Gold at the Olympics

    Chloe Kim made headlines for her historic snowboarding win at the 2018 Pyeongchang Olympic Games. However, she’s still a 17-year-old who is trying to navigate the obstacles of adolescence and early adulthood while simultaneously winning gold medals. The snowboarder sacrificed a lot for her career, including the guy she’d been dating for a year and a half. Read on to hear a little more about her not-so-normal life, plus why she ended things with her snowboarder boyfriend right before the Olympics. She’s not your average 17-year-old Kim began snowboarding when she was four years old. She said her parents were supportive, but most of her extended family wasn’t. “My aunt wasn’t a big fan of it,”

  • Sean Hannity linked to shell companies that spent $90M on property: report

    More than 870 homes in seven different states have been purchased over the past decade, ranging from large mansions to rentals for low-income families, according to the newspaper. For some of the mortgages, Hannity reportedly obtained funding from HUD under the National Housing Act loan program, which was first guaranteed under President Obama’s administration. Secretary Ben CarsonBenjamin (Ben) Solomon CarsonOvernight Tech: AT&T chief takes the stand to defend merger | Facebook keeps most users out of EU data law's reach | HUD reopens probe into Facebook housing ads | Venture capital firms go to bat for cryptocurrencies Overnight Finance: IMF chief warns against US-China trade war | Trump, Abe

  • Canadian lynched in Peruvian Amazon

    A Canadian man was lynched in the Peruvian Amazon, after he was accused by members of an indigenous community of killing a local spiritual leader. Police found Sebastian Woodroffe's body after video of his lynching on Friday was shared on social media, Peruvian prosecutors in Ucayali said. Officials had launched a search for the 41-year-old after the murder of Olivia Arévalo, 81, near her home. The Shipibo-Conibo tribe's healer was shot twice and died on Thursday. "We will not rest until both murders, of the indigenous woman as well as the Canadian man, are solved," Ricardo Palma Jimenez, the head prosecutor in Ucayali told Reuters. Some members of the Shipibo-Conibo community in the north-eastern

  • Amazon, Netflix and studios sue subscription service over piracy

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  • Woman Says She Was Fined $500 by U.S. Customs for Free Airline Snack

    Crystal Tadlock said she`s facing a $500 fine from U.S. Customs and Border Patrol after she saved a free apple she received from an airline on her way home from Paris.

  • The Ever Stylish Loulou de la Falaise Was Far More Than Just Yves Saint Laurent's Muse

    There was never a shortage of waify muses wandering through Paris in the Sixties and Seventies, but Loulou de la Falaise always stood apart from the rest. Even when she was in her fifties, the New Yorker declared her to have "always been the quintessential Rive Gauche haute bohémienne." Born Louise Vava Lucia Henriette Le Bailly de La Falaise, in England, to a count and a former model—the latter of whom the photographer Cecil Beaton famously said was the only English woman he knew who could be "really chic in really hideous clothes"—de la Falaise was part of high society. But she was also always a hard worker. After becoming a model, designer, and editor in New York, which led her to meet Yves Saint Laurent , she moved to Paris in the early Seventies to join the YSL couture team and become director of accessories. Along the way, she became a core member of his original, party-hard crew . And though she passed away in 2011, de la Falaise has hardly been forgotten; she's in fact now the subject of Loulou & Yves : The Untold Story of Loulou de La Falaise and the House of Saint Laurent , a new oral history written and compiled by Christopher Petkanas , who knew de la Falaise in the Eighties, and reunited with her in 2010, the year before her death at just 64. Featuring 150 original interviews, the book fleshes out how much more there was to de la Falaise than simply being Saint Laurent's muse. Here, a look back at her inimitable style throughout the years.

  • I Just Found Out Why Nobody Wants To Hire Me

    Dear Liz, I finally got fed up with my job and started job hunting. Six weeks went by and I didn’t get one response. I was really surprised because I know my skills are current and it’s not that easy to find people with my experience. Finally I heard from a recruiter. He was really helpful. He said, “Are you getting much response from employers?” I said, “No, honestly I’m not.” He said, “I showed your resume to two of my clients. They like your background but they’re concerned about one thing.” I said, “What is it?” He said, “It’s your location.” I’m applying for jobs in the city. It’s about 45 miles from my driveway to the center of the city. “My clients are afraid to hire people who live so