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Britney Spears's ex Kevin Federline is seeking $60K a month for child support - 3 times what he's getting now
K-Fed had been threatening to take his superstar ex to court to increase the $20,000 monthly child support payments he receives for their two sons, Sean Preston, 12, and Jayden James, 11, and after private negotiations failed, he has filed the legal papers.
That 30-Year-Old Man Still Living In His Parents' House Appeared On CNN And It Was Painfully Awkward
Rotondo's parents were left with no choice but to take their son to court on Tuesday after he repeatedly refused to move out of their house, and ignored five eviction notices from them over the course of three months, court documents showed. The judge ruled in favor of the parents on Tuesday and asked - nay, urged - Rotondo to leave his parents' house immediately. Rotondo reportedly left the court and returned to his parents' residence, and it does not appear he has moved out yet, - or has any ambition to leave of his own volition.
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Human remains discovered in an Arkansas park on Tuesday have been positively identified as those of Ebby Steppach, a teen who went missing in the Little Rock area in 2015. Police confirmed the news in a video posted online Wednesday. Steppach was 18-years-old when she was last seen on Oct. 24, 2015 in Little Rock. Her car was found abandoned at Chalamont Park, where her body was found this week, Fox 16 reported. Authorities used robots with video cameras to scope out drainage pipes in the park, the Little Rock Police Department said. Skeletal remains were found in an underground pipe in the park close to where Steppach's car was discovered in 2015. Her family, in a post published to Steppach's
Nara Almeida, a popular blogger and influencer from Brazil, has died after inspiring her over 4.5 million social media followers during her nearly year-long battle with stomach cancer. She was 24
The White House released Melania Trump's official portrait as first lady on April 3, and a flurry of hilarious reactions on Twitter ensued because, well, that's what Twitter is for. Take a gander at some Twitter reactions to the shot below. The White House did not reveal the name of the photographer who took Trump's portrait. However, the first lady did offer a comment on her duties in a statement. "I am honored to serve in the role of First Lady, and look forward to working on behalf of the American people over the coming years," she said.
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After Sophia successfully pooped on the potty for an entire month, she was allowed to pick out a special prize. Not surprising to her parents, Brandi and Nick, Sophia wanted a new doll. As her mom explained, "the obsession is real" when it comes to dolls for this little girl, but a cashier at the store threatened to ruin her excitement - simply because of the color of her new toy's skin. While Sophia and Brandi were checking out, the employee asked the toddler if she was going to a birthday party. Both the mom and daughter gave the woman a blank stare. She then asked if Sophia picked the doll out for a friend. "Sophia continued to stare blankly and I let the cashier know that she was a prize
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Strange notches on the F-35 raise questions about its first tastes of combat with Israel's air force
As reported yesterday, the Israeli Air Force F-35 stealth aircraft have had their baptism of fire taking part in air strike in the Middle East (Syria and another unspecified "front") lately. "The Adir planes are already operational and flying in operational missions. We are the first in the world to use the F-35 in operational activity" the Israeli Air Force Commander, Maj. Gen. Amikam Norkin, said during a IAF conference attended by 20 commander of air forces from around the world. Interestingly, Norkin also presented an image showing an IAF F-35I over Beirut, Lebanon that was not released in first place but surfaced on social media on May 23. Here it is: The somehow blurry image is interesting