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Is this a wardrobe malfunction waiting to happen? Beyonce stepped out for lunch with Jay Z at Gracias Madre -- a vegan Mexican restaurant in West Hollywood, Calif. -- on Tuesday, where her denim-on-denim outfit definitely turned plenty of heads. The 33-year-old "Single Ladies" singer knotted her button-up to show off her toned stomach, but most strikingly, left the sexy shirt completely unbuttoned. PHOTOS: Hollywood's Worst Wardrobe Malfunctions Check out her bra-less look below. AKM/GSI Seriously, how is that top staying in place?! On another note, it's good to see Beyonce and Jay Z sticking to their healthier eating habits, especially since the singing superstar and her trainer Marco Borges announced their partnership to launch the 22 Days Nutrition plant-based home delivery meal service earlier this month. VIDEO: Beyonce's Trainer Spills On Her Amazing Slim-Down Watch the video below to hear all about Beyonce's surprising new venture.
Lionfish, a non-native species to the region, have played havoc with the marine ecosystem in the decades since they were introduced.
Private pilot and science writer Jeff Wise, one...
Kobe Bryant said he tried to show Howard how to win a championship, but Howard didn't want to deal with the challenge.
DEAR ABBY: I am engaged to "Tony," whom I have known since first grade. We live with his mother under the same roof, but in separate rooms. Tony is perfect
Despite the continued increase of greenhouse gas emissions from us, rise of global surface temperatures has been easing since 1998. “It appears as though internal variability has offset warming over the last 15 or so years,” Byron A. Steinman, lead author of the paper and assistant professor at the University of Minnesota Duluth, told Quartz. There are others, like the “Atlantic multidecadal oscillation” and the “Pacific decadal oscillation,” which Steinman said are leading culprits for the warming slowdown. The paper, which was co-authored by Michael E. Mann and Sonya K. Miller of Pennsylvania State University, found an oceanic tug-of-war between the two systems.
Nicaragua has enlisted a little-known Chinese billionaire to dig a 161-mile canal across the country and link the Pacific and Atlantic Oceans. If built, the Nicaragua Canal would be longer, wider, and deeper than the 51-mile Panama Canal to the south. The idea, at least, is that a bigger Nicaragua canal could accommodate the next generation of super-sized container ships that can’t squeeze through Panama’s locks. Nicaragua’s leaders have also promised the project could double GDP in one of Central America’s poorest countries.
This year, his 50th at Berkshire's helm, the world's third-richest person could write something
Germany's parliament approved an extension of Greece's bailout on Friday after Finance Minister
European shares rose to fresh seven-year highs on Friday, extending a two-month rally fueled by the
There's more than one way to kill legislation in the Virginia General Assembly.
The Ivy City Mosque on Gallaudet Street in northwest has been vandalized for a second time in a week. Vandals broke furniture and ripped down religious wall hangings late Wednesday or early Thursday morning.
Police are searching for a man who tried to sexually assault a woman in Silver Spring. Police say the incident happened around 11 p.m. Wednesday night on Hampshire Court West.
The following list represents the most viral tracks on Spotify, based on the number of people who shared it
The following list represents the most streamed tracks on Spotify, based on the number of people who shared
Partial list of winners at Sunday's 86th annual Academy Awards presented by the Academy of Motion
Vadim Trunov has an eye for wildlife that can make even the peskiest of squirrels seem lovable. The
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Spring break is coming up, and for students in cold climates, it can't come soon enough. The weather
Aging vegetables can be revived by cooking or simmering them with bulger and rice, writes Martha Rose
We don’t need drugs based on mistaken ideas about how desire works.
The government’s $1.3 billion program to stop HIV infection in Africa is not cost effective, a new study by