We'd expect nothing less from these two.
"It's pretty gross."
Kylie Jenner just won Leo season.
Bobby Eaton, a pro wrestling star, died Wednesday of unknown causes. He was 62 years old. Eaton’s sister, Debbie Eaton Lewis, posted news of his death to Facebook: “I never wanted to have to post this, but my Little Brother Beautiful Bobby Eaton passed away last night. When I find out all the details, I will post them. Bobby was the kindest, loving person you would ever meet. I loved him so much and going to miss him.” According to wrestling news sites, Eaton was hospitalized after a bad fall in
Plus, a look inside their Montecito home.
Her performance in the Tokyo 2020 games had propelled her to new heights of popularity.
This mom had been grounding her kids for months for leaving the front door open — only to later discover the true culprit...
The DWTS alum powers her workouts with green drinks and smoothies.
Looks like someone understood the assignment!
For almost three decades, 81-year-old David Lidstone has lived in the woods of New Hampshire along the Merrimack River in a small cabin adorned with solar panels. Lidstone, or “River Dave” as he’s known by boaters and kayakers, was jailed July 15 on a civil contempt sanction. Lidstone is accused of squatting for 27 years in the cabin on private property in Canterbury.
The lawyers brought "fantastical" claims and tried to claim damages "greater than the annual GDP of Hungary," the judge said.
“Fox & Friends” co-hosts Steve Doocy and Brian Kilmeade shared two very different opinions on vaccines Thursday morning. Doocy encouraged viewers to vaccinate their kids over the age of 12, causing Kilmeade to interject, “Right, or see a doctor and decide what you want to do. That’s who usually, people, go to for medical advice: doctors.” Doocy, who has been vocal about his own vaccination and participated in Fox News PSAs urging viewers to get the shot, remarked that he hadn’t consulted with a
US tech giants are growing quickly, minting money, and looking to hire thousands of employees in the coming months. Here's what you can make.
After months of speculation, guest hosts, excited dreams, and a general acknowledgment of the special place the series holds in the hearts of millions, Jeopardy! has apparently decided to solve its ongoing lack of a permanent host by just hiring the guy who already works there. Specifically, Variety reports that producers on the long-running game show are in “advanced negotiations” with fellow executive producer Mike Richards to take over as its permanent host. (For what it’s worth, Sony Picture
The Trump cards are for the former president's "STRONGEST supporters" and folks had thoughts.
In the bottom of the second inning Tuesday, Giants catcher Curt Casali was penalized for stopping a ball with his mask. The call had everyone wondering what a "catcher's balk" is.
Anna Cockrell was disqualified from the womens 400m hurdles final at the Tokyo Olympics Tuesday night.
The singer gave birth on July 14.
The champion's critics may be disappointed to learn that his "no-frills approach" passes muster.
Rep. Devin Nunes (R-California) sued NBCUniversal on Tuesday, claiming that primetime MSNBC host Rachel Maddow defamed him. The suit specifically points to comments she made in a March 18 broadcast that the congressman refused to hand over to the FBI a package he had received from a suspected Russian agent. Nunes maintains that Maddow and her team were aware before the show aired that he had told other reporters he had already handed the package over to the FBI and claimed MSNBC didn’t reach out