The two stars, who dated nearly two decades ago, sent fans buzzing after reportedly vacationing together.
The two stars, who dated nearly two decades ago, sent fans buzzing after reportedly vacationing together.
Ree Drummond is opening up about how she lost 43 pounds this year. Drummond also noted that being "skinny" has never been her "primary goal." The "Pioneer Woman" star listed things she did not do to lose weight: the Keto diet, intermittent fasting, buying specialty diet foods, using a trainer and joining a weight loss program.
Meghan Trainor's 4-month-old son, Riley, is already talking -- sort of. In a video clip posted to Instagram Monday in honor of the "All About That Bass" singer's husband Daryl Sabara's 29th birthday, the proud parents are seen repeating "I love you" to baby Riley. Riley, startled by their reaction, almost starts crying before the video ends.
Tim McGraw couldn't be prouder of his daughter Maggie, who recently got her master's degree from Stanford University. Taking to Instagram on Tuesday, the "Highway Don't Care" singer gave a shout-out to his daughter on her graduation day and shared photos of her posing in her academic regalia. "We are so incredibly proud of our Maggie May," gushed McGraw.
The heat wave pummeling the West won't be leaving this week and could make wildfires even more dangerous to residents. Dozens of record high temperatures were broken on Tuesday, including Denver at 101 degrees, Palm Springs at a scorching 120, and Palmdale, California, clocking in at 107. Salt Lake City tied its all-time record high temperature of 107 degrees.
Getting kids to eat a variety of foods is a struggle that even moms who are nutrition experts know well. "My first son fell off the growth chart starting when he was 6-months-old," Jennifer Anderson, a registered dietitian and mom of two, told "Good Morning America." "I was standing in the pediatricians office thinking but I'm a dietitian. The experience prompted Anderson to dive into research on kids and nutrition.
President Joe Biden on Wednesday faces perhaps the biggest moment of his presidency so far, with a highly choreographed summit in Geneva with Russian President Vladimir Putin. It's a golden and high-stakes opportunity for Biden to put his own mark on American leadership -- and part of a case Biden is eager to make. Putin doesn't want Biden to forget his predecessor, and doesn't want Trump to forget him, either -- even playing to the former president's ego in the run-up to the summit.
What better time to fire up the grill than for Father's Day? From vegetables and fresh fish to sweet seasonal stone fruits for dessert, check out these easy summer recipes that will get the whole family grilling and grinning. Executive Chef Chris Schaefer, a New Jersey native who grew up cooking with his family and now helms the kitchen at Geraldine’s at the Kimpton Hotel Van Zandt in Austin, Texas, shared this simple charred side that can be done in less than 10 minutes and adds a bright ingredient to the grill.
Ahead of President Joe Biden’s meeting Wednesday with Russian President Vladimir Putin, congressional Democrats said they are no longer seeking records of former President Donald Trump’s private meetings with the Russian leader, despite previous concerns Trump tried to conceal details of their conversations. "The Biden administration is looking forward, not back," said House Foreign Affairs Committee Chairman Gregory Meeks, D-N.Y., whose panel once considered subpoenaing Trump’s interpreter to testify about his July 2018 meeting with Putin in Helsinki, Finland, where only an American interpreter was also present. From 2017 to 2019, amid former special counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation into Russian efforts to influence the 2016 presidential election, Democrats raised questions about Trump’s conversations with Putin, especially after Trump said in Helsinki, standing next to Putin, that he believed his 2017 denial of election interference, over the findings of U.S. intelligence.
When Sarah Sharp was diagnosed in 2018 with a rare gynecological cancer and told unexpectedly that she may need an emergency hysterectomy, her twin sister, Cathey Stoner, was there for her. Just weeks earlier, Sharp, who like Stoner lives in the Nashville area, had been diagnosed with choriocarcinoma, a rare and fast-growing cancer that occurs in a woman's uterus. It was a shocking diagnosis, not only because doctors told her the cancer likely came from her first and only pregnancy, with her now 4-year-old daughter Charlotte, but also because the cancer was likely to rob her of any future pregnancies.
Historically Black colleges and universities have played a pivotal role in developing some of the most powerful leaders of the past. Martin Luther King Jr., Booker T. Washington, Toni Morrison, Oprah Winfrey, Rev. Jesse Jackson, Michael Strahan, Chadwick Boseman, Taraji P. Henson, Sean "P. Diddy" Combs are among the illustrious, highly regarded notables and rich legacy of HBCUs. Add to that distinguished list Kamala Harris, a Howard University alumnus, who recently became vice president, which further demonstrates that these schools continue to serve as entry points for students to prosper in the present and the future.
A grand jury indicted a Portland, Oregon, police officer on an assault charge for what prosecutors allege was an "excessive and unlawful use of force" during a protest last summer. Portland Police Bureau Officer Corey Budworth was indicted Tuesday with one count of fourth-degree assault, a misdemeanor, stemming from the August 2020 incident, the Multnomah County District Attorney's Office said. Budworth, who at the time was on the bureau's Rapid Response Team, which does crowd control, is accused of striking a woman in the head with a baton during the Aug. 18, 2020, demonstration outside the Multnomah Building.
A massive explosion at a northern Illinois chemical plant ignited a fire and prompted evacuations Monday, less than a month after the plant was inspected by a federal agency. The fire at Chemtool has forced over 125 homes and businesses within a one-mile radius to evacuate as a precaution. “This is a large-scale operation that's going to take some time,” said Rockton Fire Protection District chief Kirk Wilson.
One of two suspects in a 2019 school shooting in Colorado has been found guilty of murder. A jury found Devon Erickson, 20, guilty Tuesday on all 46 counts in a shooting at STEM School Highlands Ranch, near Denver, in which one student was killed and eight others were injured. Erickson faces life in prison without the possibility of parole, according to ABC Denver affiliate KMGH.
Six people in Missouri, including three minors, were rushed to hospitals with varying injuries Tuesday after the boat they were traveling in at Lake of the Ozarks exploded, investigators said. The incident took place around 1:40 p.m. near the 10.4 mile marker of the Osage Arm, according to the Missouri State Highway Patrol. James Hohenstein, 47 the driver, Kari Hohenstein, 46, and Brad Vanwinkle, 36, and three passengers aged 16, 12 and 2, were taken to area hospitals.
Progressive Democrats are threatening to sink a bipartisan infrastructure proposal if they do not receive assurances that moderate and conservative members of their own party would back a go-it-alone effort to pass President Joe Biden's other key infrastructure priorities. Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer is in a difficult position.
A 17-year-old high school student has been arrested and identified as the second suspect in a weekend mass shooting in an entertainment district in Austin that left one tourist dead and 13 others injured, police said. Austin Police Department officials said the suspect was arrested on Monday at a high school in Killeen, Texas, about 70 miles north of Austin. Authorities said the Killeen Intermediate School District police helped Austin officers take the teenage suspect, who was attending summer classes, into custody.
California and New York, two states that imposed strict COVID-19 measures throughout the pandemic and were among the hardest hit, lifted most restrictions on Tuesday to much fanfare. In California, the most populous state and the first to implement a stay-at-home order, that meant the end of a county-level, color-coded system that guided capacity limits and other mitigation measures. Fully vaccinated people also no longer have to wear masks in public, excluding health care settings, K-12 schools, public transit and office settings.
Then-President Donald Trump’s assistant, on his behalf, emailed the official who would become acting attorney general about investigating false claims of 2020 election fraud, documents released by the House Oversight Committee on Tuesday show. The emails to Jeffrey Rosen, from Trump's former assistant -- with the subject line "From POTUS" -- purport to show manipulation of voting machines in Michigan. Documents forwarded to Rosen allege election fraud in Antrim County, Michigan – claims that turned out to be false.
Five Georgia officers have been fired after a 60-year-old man died by suicide while alone in a police interview room, the department said. William Harvey had been taken to Savannah police headquarters on April 3 for questioning in an aggravated assault investigation, the Savannah Police Department said. Officers left the interview room and returned to find Harvey unconscious, with injuries to his neck made by his shoelaces, according to the Georgia Bureau of Investigation, whose agents were brought in to investigate.
Just days before the U.S. Olympic track and field trials begin, Shelby Houlihan, the American record holder in the 1,500 and 5,000-meter runs, announced on Instagram that she has been banned for four years because of a positive test for the anabolic steroid nandrolone. In the post, the 2016 Olympian said she was notified on Jan. 14 from the Athletics Integrity Unit, an independent body created by World Athletics that manages integrity issues in the sport, that a sample she provided on Dec. 15, 2020, came back as an "adverse analytical finding" for the steroid and she was subject to an immediate provisional suspension. Houlihan said she had never heard of the drug and subsequently found out from the World Anti-Doping Agency that eating pork can lead to a false positive since certain types of pigs have a naturally high level of nandrolone, which a study published in Drug Testing and Analysis last year confirmed.