• Watch this judge brutally berate a woman in a wheelchair. The woman died. The judge has quit.

    A Broward County circuit judge delivered a blistering, arm-waving, face-palming, tongue-lashing to a frail, out-of-breath woman - pushed into court in a wheelchair - who was facing misdemeanor charges following a family feud. Three days later, the defendant died. Judge Merrillee Ehrlich has resigned, although it is unclear when that resignation was provided and when it becomes effective. News of the death of Sandra Faye Twiggs, 59, surfaced Friday. The courtroom rant last Sunday was so over the top that Broward's elected public defender, Howard Finkelstein, demanded that Judge Merrilee Ehrlich be banned from the criminal courthouse. "It is not appropriate for anyone to endure that kind of treatment,"

  • Oman Police Release Findings for Avicii’s Death

    Three days after the prolific Swedish DJ Avicii - born Tim Bergling - was found dead at the age of 28 in Muscat, Oman, the country’s authorities have officially ruled out any suspicious circumstances surrounding his death. Per a CNN report, the Royal Oman Police carried out two postmortems and confirmed there was “no criminal suspicion” at play, with further information likely emerging in the next few days. The police also confirmed his parents, sisters, and brother had arrived in the country and are “completely devastated.” Avicii, whose constant stream of Top 40 hits dominated the charts over the past decade, was open with his addiction to alcohol during the peak of his fame, ultimately choosing

  • 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

  • Chicago police spot 'elderly' woman pushing another woman's body in shopping cart

    An elderly woman was found pushing a shopping cart with another woman's dead body inside on the South Side of Chicago Saturday night, police said. Officers responding to a call for a wellness check located the woman and the cart shortly before 8 p.m. in the Chatham neighborhood. The deceased woman's remains were transported to the Cook County Medical Examiner pending identification. Information about the cause of death was not immediately available. A Chicago Police spokesman told Fox News that the woman found with the cart had been taken to a local hospital for evaluation. No decision had been made about whether to file charges. The woman's identity, including her age, was not immediately known.

  • Signs Pippa and Kate Middleton’s Relationship Isn't as Royalty-Proof as Everyone Thinks

    Pippa Middleton first made headlines when she wore that unforgettable white dress to sister Kate Middleton’s 2011 royal wedding. Since then, the two have been spotted together many times. But their relationship might not be as close as it seems, and it’s definitely not as close as it once was. The two sisters were extremely close growing up Kate and Pippa Middleton are less than two years apart. Growing up, the sisters were best friends. The girls grew up with their parents and brother and spent nearly every day together - the two were also very close with their younger brother, James Middleton. Kate has said that she wants to recreate the family dynamic she had while growing up and have a big,