Mar 23, 2018
'After we had been intimate, he tried to pay me'
Sweet 16 roundup: More upsets, more chaos
Trump: I'm 'considering' veto of spending bill over DACA
Police kill suspect in French hostage standoff
Nun refuses to back down in legal war with Katy Perry
Toys R Us founder dies days after announced shutdown
Pro golfer's missing clubs found in unlikely place
Byron Allen buys Weather Channel for $300M: Source
Good Samaritan rescues stranded dad, newborn
Woman's dog may have detected her cancer
“This can be a very mean-spirited town.”
Just like the character she plays on TV, Roseanne Barr is a staunch supporter of President Donald Trump. During an interview on Thursday’s Jimmy Kimmel Live, the comedian was grilled about her political views, including her disdain for former Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton. “Weren’t you, like, a good friend of Hillary Clinton’s at one point?” Kimmel asked. Barr, initially hesitant to say anything, responded, “Yeah, I was.” Kimmel then extended his inquiry by asking what changed, at which point the sitcom star turned to TV husband John Goodman and whispered, “Why is he asking me this question?” But Kimmel persisted, bringing up one of Barr’s notorious tweet storms: “I think
A woman received a $10,000 voucher when bumped from a full United flight.
A 16-year-old boy beat another teen to death with a baseball bat because he was dating a girl he liked. Dillen Murray, 16, was charged with first-degree murder after he killed 15-year-old Giovanni Diaz out of jealousy in Lake Wales, Florida, on Monday. “This child was brutally murdered by a 16-year-old with a baseball bat," Polk County Sheriff Grady Judd said in a statement.
When 11-year-old Rachel Manfredini is on the basketball court, her height is a considerable asset. But at 5’7″, the fifth grader is self-conscious about it during regular school hours, particularly after years of being told her shorts and dresses don’t meet dress code. That’s why she’s stopped wearing dresses altogether, her mother says, and when she refused to do so earlier this week, her coach at West Cottonwood Junior High School benched her.
DEAR AMY: Two decades ago my husband and I merged our families and then had more children together. We were a true Brady Bunch. Fast-forward 20 years. We are now empty nesters. The problem is that my husband’s birth children treat me like crap. They don’t know when my birthday is and don’t acknowledge it. I don’t get a call or a card on Mother’s Day. I don’t receive Christmas gifts. I never get thanks for their birthday, Christmas or other special occasion gifts that I send, nor do I receive acknowledgement for gifts to the grandchildren. I feel hurt and fed up. I’m tired of feeling this way. I raised these kids for more than half their childhoods, so I realize that I share the blame for their
Is there anything isn't good at? She can dance. She can fall off a boulder gracefully. And as it turns out, she can also bend her body like a pretzel. What's that you say? It's time for some more Sports Illustrated Swimsuit 2018 outtakes, and everyone's favorite blonde bombshell is up next. Shot by photographer Yu Tsai in beautiful Aruba, Kate's shoot was one we certainly won't soon forget. By now you know about her tumble for the ages and the epic photo that proves it was all worth it, but what about the other hilarious moments you missed? From belching on set (and explaining her theory for why it happens) to bending her body like a pretzel, this is an outtakes reel you do not want to miss.
It's time to hang up the shield.