I've always been a sucker for a good challenge. Maybe it's because of the competitive streak in me, or perhaps it's due to my love for all things fitness, but whatever it is, I'm usually one of the first people to sign up for a workout challenge.
Hollywood Life offered Tiffany Trump fashion and beauty advice in its critique of the first daughter's choices. "Even though it was chilly coat weather in Washington D.C., First Daughter Tiffany Trump, 24, decided to turn heads by baring her long legs in a super short mini-dress and equally short red jacket. Tiffany on the other hand went with much more summery bare legs, showing them off from her thigh all the way down to her black high heels.
Though a Stanley Cup Championship in 2011 was probably worth it, Peter Chiarelli’s tenure with the Boston Bruins is (for better or worse) largely tainted by miscalculations. Swings-and-misses in free agency and at the draft. Rash, compromising, franchise-altering trades. Egregious misappropriations of precious funds which served to dismember one of the league’s elite franchises. You know the story well at this point. For all of the headaches that marred the end of his tenure, Peter Chiarelli left the Bruins with one bright, shining jewel. One that continues to sparkle to this day. As the title would suggest, I speak, of course, of the 2014 Draft Class. Despite making just five selections overall
A white university student accused of branding her roommate a “Jamaican Barbie” and smearing used tampons on her backpack is not racist, her lawyer has claimed. Brianna Brochu, a former student at the University of Hartford, Connecticut, is charged with criminal mischief and breach of the peace, but activists want the 18-year-old charged with a hate crime. Ms Brochu allegedly bragged online about her bullying, describing how she spat in Chennel Rowe’s coconut oil and put her toothbrush “where the sun doesn’t shine”, reports the Hartford Courant.
Ike Horst raises 22,000 turkeys a year on his farm in the rolling hills of south-central Pennsylvania, selling them to a processing company that was providing him with enough of a nest egg that he hoped he could sell the farm and retire. But a Trump administration decision to block proposed agriculture regulations may blow up those plans, preserving the multibillion-dollar meat industry’s power over the smaller turkey farmers whose birds will grace the tables in millions of American homes this Thanksgiving. Story Continued Below Horst is one of the independent businessmen caught up in the Trump administration’s governmentwide deregulation frenzy. Obama-era rules that had yet to take effect would
Former teen pop star and Dream singer Melissa Schuman accused Backstreet Boys's Nick Carter of raping her in 2004.
The U.N. released video of a North Korean soldier speeding down a tree-lined road as soldiers give chase before crossing the border safely into South Korea.