DEAR AMY: Lately I have become persona non grata to my mother-in-law and sister-in-law. Next to my wife, they have been my closest confidants for years. Being so suddenly rejected by these two women really hurts. They claim I could have gotten my wife into an experimental program for her stage 4 cancer and that I didn’t. I have no idea what they are talking about. Two top oncologists at different hospitals and the NIH and NCI agree and tell us to stay on the chemo she’s on because it’s working. These physicians have said that she should definitely not go into any trial. I’ve called my in-laws and apologized. I’ve asked how we can get back on the right footing. Neither woman will accept my apology.
It was just a normal weekday morning when 31-year-old Tiffany Phommathep dropped her children off at Rancho Tehama Elementary School. After seeing Neal approaching, she quickly threw herself over her 10-year-old son, John Jr., who was sitting in the passenger seat.
Gomez wore her edgiest look yet in this biker-chic mini on the American Music Awards red carpet. See it here.
Karen Fonseca, the driver of a truck with an expletive sticker directed toward President Donald Trump, has added another name to the display: Fort Bend County Sheriff Troy Nehls.
A few dozen free speech advocates rallied peacefully Saturday on Boston Common but just like last summer’s event, they were outnumbered by counterprotesters. The “Rally for the Republic” event was held by conservative groups Resist Marxism and Boston Free Speech despite being denied a permit by the city. Police surrounded the gathering. Rally speakers gathered at a bandstand on the Common warned that free speech was under threat and accused antifa and Black Lives Matter groups of being terrorist organizations. White hats with the phrase “RESIST MARXISM” were thrown into the crowd, many of whom wore pro-Trump apparel, and criticized the media and left-leaning groups for labeling them as hateful. At least 100 counterprotesters showed up. Resist Marxism has denounced white supremacism repeatedly and publicly. But its August rally came shortly after deadly violence erupted in Charlottesville, Va., and it drew thousands who said they feared white nationalists might show up anyway. Some clashed with police, and more than 30 were arrested. No injuries were reported at Saturday’s rally and counterprotest, and a total of three people were arrested- two for disorderly conduct and the third for assaulting a police officer. (AP) See more news-related photo galleries and follow us on Yahoo News Photo Twitter and Tumblr.
Terry Crews is through playing games. The Brooklyn Nine-Nine star and former professional NFL player took to Twitter yesterday to call out music mogul Russell Simmons. Crews posted an email Simmons allegedly sent him, urging him to drop his recent sexual assault charges against high-powered Hollywood agent Adam Venit.(Crews claims that Adam Venit, a high-powered Hollywood agent who represents top clients such as Emma Stone, Adam Sandler and Eddie Murphy, made a series of lewd gestures and then physically groped him at a party last year.) According to the screenshot, Simmons' email said the following: "Did he ever apologize Give the agent a pass ask that he be reinstated With great love,
Twenty years after orchestrating the gruesome murders of pregnant actress Sharon Tate and six others in Los Angeles during the summer of 1969, Charles Manson was asked to describe who he was in one sentence. After taking a pause for dramatic effect, he continued: "I'm nobody. Manson, whose name became synonymous with violence and madness, died on Sunday of natural causes at the age of 83.