President Donald Trump’s meeting with Pope Francis on Wednesday was mostly cordial, but there were still plenty of uncomfortable moments.
In a dark room of bunk beds at Marine Corps boot camp came a cry for help: “Recruit down! Recruit down!” Zachary Boland, 18, was convulsing uncontrollably in his bunk, and could not be resuscitated. He was declared dead about 45 minutes later at a nearby hospital. The Nov. 4 death of the former high school football player and Eagle Scout shocked fellow members of his platoon and prompted renewed scrutiny of Parris Island, S.C., the iconic training ground for enlisted Marines. The incident marked the second time in less than a year that a recruit at Parris Island died amid allegations that numerous drill instructors have hazed or abused those they are training. But a Marine Corps investigation
Ariana Grande returned to the United States on Tuesday, one day after a suicide bomber killed 22 people at the singer's concert in Manchester, England, as questions lingered over whether she would continue her European tour. Grande, 23, was seen in photographs posted on the Daily Mail website walking down the steps of a private plane at an airport in her hometown of Boca Raton, Florida, and being met by family members. The Daily Mail images showed the diminutive pop star dressed casually in sweats and appearing downcast as she greeted her boyfriend, the rapper Mac Miller, on the tarmac and getting into a waiting car.
Lisa Spoonauer, the New Jersey-born actress known for her role as Caitlin Bree in “Clerks,” died Saturday.
Former Navy SEALs and "Extreme Ownership" authors Jocko Willink and Leif Babin talk about the importance of waking up at 4:30 a.m. every single day. Follow Jocko and Leif on Twitter. Listen to Jocko's podcast.
April was at the other end of the house, in Texas, when she heard strange sounds on the baby monitor in her daughter’s room. When she looked, she saw her daughter and her pony playing dress up in her bedroom! Credit: Barret N Velvet via Storyful
I think we can all agree that owning at least one pair of jeans has become a universal standard. I am on a constant hunt to find comfortable, well-fitting jeans that won’t fall a part. Since plus-size women come in all different shapes and sizes, there are a lot of body types that need to be represented on the curvy spectrum, so finding the right fit can be tricky. If you have heavier thighs and a smaller waist, denim can often create a large gap in the back at the top. If you have petite frame and are curvy, inseams can be too long, creating an unwanted drop-crotch situation. With my denim, I need something with stretch for both fit and mobility. On an average day in New York City, I am constantly running in and out of the subway, jumping from meeting to meeting, and I need something that will keep its shape. My body is middle heavy with a smaller bottom, and I often find that the denim that fits my legs is too tight at the waist and vice versa. For this reason, I am always looking for a solid pair of stretch denim that will snuggly fit my bottom but can also stretch to accommodate my midsection for a comfortable, great-looking fit. Feeling lost in the denim department? Have no fear! I asked nine of my fashion blogger friends to share their current favorite plus-size denim picks that don’t gap or fade and work with their specific type of curvy bodies - and I included my own go-to jeans. For more style inspiration, follow me on Instagram , and read my style blog, Margie Plus . Read more from Yahoo Beauty + Style: Follow us on Instagram , Facebook , and Pinterest for nonstop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day. For Twitter updates, follow @YahooStyle and @YahooBeauty .