Harris Faulkner was not amused by Marjorie Clifton's reminder about the ex-president.
Shannon Keeler was enjoying a weekend getaway with her boyfriend last year when she checked her Facebook messages for the first time in ages. The messages rocketed Keeler back to the life-shattering night in December 2013 when an upperclassman at Gettysburg College stalked her at a party, snuck into her dorm and barged into her room while she pleaded with him and texted friends for help. Eight years later, she still hopes to persuade authorities in Pennsylvania to make an arrest, armed now with perhaps her strongest piece of evidence: his alleged confession, sent via social media.
“Due to the boldness” of the attack, police believe the manager has assaulted others in the past.
Experts told Page Six that having estate lawyers in divorce filings was unusual and could lead to a change in the Gates kids' $10 million inheritance.
Federal authorities say a man on trial in Fargo, North Dakota, slashed his own throat in the courtroom Monday and died. Carlson said the man had a sharp instrument that might have been made of plastic. Carlson said the jury had left the courtroom, but U.S. District Judge Peter Welte, courtroom staff and others witnessed the incident.
The country singer just posed in a very green bikini. 💚
Talk about a statement.
A man killed himself inside a federal courtroom in Fargo after a jury reached a verdict, officials say.
"The Daily Show" host makes a not-so-subtle reference to allegations against the Ohio congressman.
COVID deniers and turning into anti-vaxxers and preventing the rest of us from getting through the pandemic and back to normal.
When asked during a Zoom teleconference call with reporters last week, the CBS lead analyst specifically mentioned two names.
The price to trade for Green Bay Packers QB Aaron Rodgers might be a little high, according to Albert Breer.
Manny Machado executed a controversial slide Sunday that may remind Red Sox fans of the time he took out Dustin Pedroia in 2017.
Crystal Kung Minkoff and her husband, Rob Minkoff, created their dream home from the ground up. "Rob and I actually built this home ourselves," The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills newcomer shared in the exclusive Bravo Insider video above. "It was a total labor of love." When designing the house, Crystal and Rob put special thought into every single detail. "The house is about 9,000 square feet. The number 8 is really important to Chinese culture and I said, 'Let's try to get a house 8,888 square feet," Crystal said. "We were close, so I'm just going to stick with that number." Although she considers the elegant formal living room the "heart of the home," Crystal and her family spend "99 percent of the time" in their gorgeous kitchen. "I love to cook. I love to entertain," she explained. "All of my friends always come into this room." The exterior is also jaw-dropping. In addition to a backyard area featuring a beautiful pool, there is the "other outdoor space," which Crystal called the "fire pit area," as well as a separate "kids' yard." To see a full tour of Crystal's incredible house, including the "cozy" library, chic bedroom, and luxe bathroom, check out the video above! For access to even more behind-the-scenes content, sign up for Bravo Insider. Want more The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills? Catch up through the Bravo app.
Former House Speaker Paul Ryan issued a rare statement Sunday, calling the GOP effort to reject Joe Biden's Electoral College win "anti-democratic."
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We rounded up every Miss Universe and figured out which countries have produced the most titleholders since 1952.
"Cat 1, coyote 0," police in British Columbia wrote alongside the video.
A controversial Quebec singer who used his platform to share conspiracy theories about COVID-19 and HIV/AIDS, has died. Bernard Lachance, originally from Montmagny, Quebec, garnered fame for his ambitious pursuit of performing. He would rent out theatres with his own money and sell his CD and tickets to his concerts on the streets, regardless of not having any representation.