The infant showed he had game in a cute-as-heck highlight from Meghan Markle and Prince Harry's South African tour.
Damn you, genetic variant on chromosome 20! A new SciShow video that explains why people go bald says the genetic variant makes men seven times more likely to lose their hair, but doesn't appear to affect women. Abnormalities in chromosome 20 have been linked to serious diseases, such as blood cancers.
Herschel Walker rushed for 8,225 yards in his NFL career, all by the age of 35. Yes, Walker believes he can still play in the NFL at age 53. "There is not a doubt in my mind, if I played today, I can contribute to a team," Walker told the sports show "Boomer & Carton" on Thursday.
Imagine if your middle school basketball team had to play against this guy. Become a founding member of HuffPost Plus today. While Marial would undoubtedly be a middle school opponent's worst nightmare, he was listed by MaxPreps on the roster of the high school varsity at West Oaks Academy in Orlando, Florida, last season. West Oaks finished 32-4 and ranked third in the state, according to MaxPreps.
Fox News' Chris Wallace was a guest on conservative host Mike Gallagher's radio show Friday when the two began talking about Gallagher's weight and pizza, Media Matters reported. Wallace's comments drew the ire of colleague Greta Van Susteren, who wrote on a blog that Wallace was being "obnoxious" and owed Clarkson an apology.
Yolie Ball, an 86-year-old grandmother who's selling her home in Davenport, Florida, is now a hot property after posing in some adorable real estate photos. While BuzzFeed noted the staging pics weren't used in the actual listing, they have circulated faster than a realtor could dream, with tens of thousands of retweets (including one by Conan sidekick Andy Richter). According to Good Morning America, Ball's daughter Sandra was taking snaps for the listing when the grandmother decided to join the scenery.
Sarah Kardonsky, of Division Avenue High School in Levittown, New York, enlisted the New York Jets to help her ask team fan Michael Pagano to the prom. Kardonsky reached out to the players through social media, and they responded with their individual pleas for Pagano, who has high-functioning autism, to go with the teen to the dance, the Associated Press reported. Become a founding member of HuffPost Plus today.
A leaked email for an American Apparel casting call said no "Instagram hoes" are welcomed, according to reports. While the casting agency took full responsibility for the email, the revelation comes as American Apparel tries to move past previous controversies, as well as the firing of founder Dov Charney in December amid sexual misconduct allegations. Animal NewYork obtained the email sent by casting agent Photogenics that called for models to attend the March 18 call at American Apparel's Los Angeles office.
"Like A Girl" is still playing hardball against feminine stereotypes. Become a founding member of HuffPost Plus today. In the latest spot, to mark International Women's Day on Sunday, Procter & Gamble's feminine hygiene brand Always shows off the results of its spot's massive exposure.
A viral cry for empowerment is about to ring out during the Super Bowl. Feminine hygiene brand Always' "Like A Girl" campaign began as a social experiment to destroy the negative connotation of the phrase "like a girl." It launched in June, drawing millions to a video that showed adult women and males reacting meekly when asked to run, throw or fight "like a girl." But young girls, not conditioned to the dismissive "like a girl" label, demonstrated with athletic vigor. Always believes it is the first time a feminine care brand has advertised during the Super Bowl, a rep told The Huffington Post.
"I actually have a friend with benefits!" the soon-to-be 81-year-old actress told Closer Weekly. Henderson, divorced and widowed, said her sex buddy is a chiropractor in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. It keeps getting better,” Henderson told Closer.
Teen Seahawks fan Daniel Duncan got news that just about every Seattle football fan would love to get -- he's going to the Super Bowl. To add to the surprise, arranged by Make-A-Wish, the message came from none other than Seattle Seahawks linebacker Bobby Wagner, one of Daniel's favorite players. "Oh my God! I'm freaking out!" responded Daniel, a 13-year-old at Washington Middle School in Olympia, Washington, when he got the call on Friday.
Skyler Gisondo is like a lot of teens who want to go the extra mile in asking someone to the prom. Only he had Robin Williams, Ben Stiller and a monkey to help him. Become a founding member of HuffPost Plus today.
Daltrey, who was staying at the same hotel near Glasgow where the reception for Susan and Carl Smith took place, heard the music as he passed by and was impressed enough to walk into the reception after some gentle persuasion from guests, according to reports.
Coca-Cola's distributing a new kind of milk -- one critics say has been promoted with sexist ads. The soft drink giant, which is helping launch a premium milk brand called Fairlife, is getting flak over a test market ad campaign that features all-but-naked models coated in a splash of milk. Fairlife, which is more expensive than regular milk, is said to contain 50 percent more protein and half the sugar.
After video of a woman being subjected to street harassment while walking around New York City made headlines, the New Zealand Herald attempted to recreate the video on the streets of Auckland. A model named Nicola Simpson served as the bait with a hidden camera tracking her stroll. The Herald said it conducted the experiment in an attempt to measure the level of street harassment to which women in Auckland are subjected.
Deja Kelly has looked many years into her basketball future -- and it is as a Texas Longhorn. The 5-foot-8 teen, also a guard, reportedly accepted an offer from Texas during the Longhorns' football victory over Iowa State on Oct. 18. “It was my dream school, because my dad went there," she told the San Antonio Express-News.
Is there anything Mo'ne Davis can't do? After wowing the world with her arm and becoming the first female pitcher ever to win a game at the Little League World Series, the 13-year-old Philadelphian is now starring in an ad for Chevrolet.
Finnigan, 17, put together a sweet video to show that being gay isn't her lifestyle choice; it's part of who she is. "Changes -- Tackling Homophobia" features the teen changing her clothing style and pondering other life options. Become a founding member of HuffPost Plus today.
A Men's Health article on how to talk to women about sports got people talking all right -- but not in the way the outlet intended. “Most women don’t care about stats,” says Andrei Markovits, Ph.D., coauthor of "Sportista: Female Fandom in the United States." So while you’re enthusing about Dominic Moore’s scoring record, she’d rather hear about how he supported his wife’s battle with cancer—and even took a season off from the NHL at the height of his career.
This time it's the author who has shades of grey. An 86-year-old Salt Lake City woman has written a sexy novel about a bored housewife who gets "turned on" by a radio host's voice. Georgia Gorringe, a great-great-grandmother, took five years to write her first book, titled "No Good-Bye," and she's reportedly spared no sizzle.
Ida Keeling finished last in her 100-meter race at the Gay Games in Akron, Ohio, Tuesday, but she still ran away with the show. Keeling, a great-great grandmother from New York City, finished the race against competitors of many ages in 59.80 seconds. USA Track And Field, the national governing body of the sport, does not list a 100-meter best for women beyond the 90-94 age group.
The 27-year-old mom, who reportedly wears a size 18, recently appeared on the show to perform a pole-dancing routine. In the video above, you can sense the reticence of the judges, including Simon Cowell, before the performance. Afterward, she is congratulated for inspiring positive body image among girls.
Female students at Wasatch High School in Heber City, Utah, are ticked because their yearbook photos were altered to reveal less skin -- without their knowledge. Sophomore Shelby Baum (pictured below) noticed that the neckline on her blouse had been raised. "They didn’t give you an option to fix it, so you look funny in your yearbook picture," she told Fox 13 in the segment above.