Aaron Hernandez’s Fiancée Shayanna Jenkins Is Pregnant
It comes with little to no surprise that Dua Lipa isn't afraid to slip into a bikini, especially given her abs of steel. When she's taking a break from her world tour, the British pop star posts multiple bikinigrams on Instagram to showcase her impeccable style - complete with an enviable array of swimwear that we were given a peek at in her "New Rules" video. Whether she's opting for a classic black swimsuit, an eye-catching lime green string bikini, or posing on vacation in a leopard print number, Dua always looks hotter than hell. Read on for all of her mind-blowing bikinigrams.
Rejoice, fans of 'The Bachelor': Ashley and Jared are finally dating, which proves anything is truly possible.
Queen Elizabeth is now best friends with Guy, Meghan Markle's American beagle, and there's a pic to prove it
Pet owners know that it can be hard to introduce our furry friends to new people, because our pets always know what’s up when it comes to strangers. And even though Meghan Markle has a lot on her plate these days, it seems she doesn’t have to worry about her pup assimilating to life as a royal: Markle’s dog, a rescue beagle named Guy, has a new bestie: the Queen of England. As soon as Markle exchanged vows with Prince Harry on Saturday, May 19th, she was officially crowned the Duchess of Sussex, which makes her sweet adopted pup Guy Markle the first American royal dog. (Doggie dreams do come true.) Guy moved to the U.K. with Markle last year when she relocated to be with her now-husband. And
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Man, 30, evicted from parents' home talks about custody battle for son that led to strained family relationship
A 30-year-old man who was ordered by a judge to vacate his parents’ New York home after living rent-free for nearly a decade said Tuesday his bitter custody battle for his son led to his strained relationship with his mother and father. State Supreme Justice Donald Greenwood ruled it was time for the Michael Rotondo to move out of the Camillus home where his parents, Christina and Mark Rotondo, live. The parents brought their son to court after spending three months trying to kick him out, to no avail. “I am just so outraged,” Rotondo said outside the courtroom. Rotondo, a college dropout, opened up to the Daily Mail about his strained relationship with his parents that began after he lost custody
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The mysterious death of a Centers for Disease Control and Prevention epidemiologist -- whose body was found along the banks of a river weeks after he disappeared -- has been ruled a suicide by drowning, officials said. There was evidence Timothy Cunningham, 35, had used marijuana but that didn't contribute to his death, the Fulton County Medical Examiner's Office said, according to The Associated Press. Cunningham, 35, a Harvard graduate and commander in the U.S. Public Health Service who responded to public health emergencies including the Ebola and Zika viruses, disappeared Feb. 12 after saying he was sick before leaving his Atlanta office.