Mar 4, 2015
We all figured a new Camaro was on the way, and we all knew it was going to be something different. But not until this first teaser image you see here did we know just how different. From the blurry teaser, you can see that the new Camaro loses a lot of its signature retro lines.
At least we hope so. Chris Brown just recently got the surprise of a lifetime when he found out he is the father of a 9-month-old baby girl. The baby's mother is a model named Nia, 31, whom Brown has reportedly known for years. The 25-year-old rapper has been on-again-off-again with model Karrueche Tran since 2011, but Brown's most famous ex, singer Rhianna, responded to the news with the utmost professional and mature response ever. Rhianna is much more judicious than I would have been given not only his terrible track record of taking care of his loved ones, but most recently, his interview with The Breakfast Club just a week and a half ago.
Justin Bieber is showing off his buff physique yet again for the April 2015 cover of Men's Health, going shirtless and opening up about his year of reinvention. After a flurry of bad press in recent years, including multiple arrests, that egging incident and a reported fist fight with Orlando Bloom, the 21-year-old singer has recently taken some very public steps to rehabilitate his image. After a much talked-about apology video on Facebook, he's also appeared multiple times on The Ellen DeGeneres Show, admitting that he's done a lot of things he's "not proud of." "This has really been a big year for me, as far as figuring stuff out," Bieber tells Men's Health. “This is almost like a full 180 from how I was. Yesterday -- a year from yesterday -- I was in jail." Men's Health PHOTOS: Justin Bieber's Biggest Celeb Beefs In the candid new interview, the "Baby" singer also admits that he's paid a price growing up in the spotlight, becoming famous when he was just 13 years old. "I had to grow up so quick," he shares. "And it was almost like I grew up for the public but I didn't necessarily grow up. There were things I had to do, as far as the way I had to make relationships, and conversation, but as far as actually growing up, there were a lot of things I missed out on." Still, despite his admitted immaturity, he says he never wants to lose his "sense of purity." "There’s a part of me that I don't ever want to grow up," he says. "I want to always remain...to have that sense of purity inside of me where I don't...I don't want to lose that sense of purity." As for his famous romances, Bieber insists he's "very much a relationship guy" and prefers brunettes in jean shorts and tank top or spandex. But his love for relationships goes deeper than that. "I like to bounce ideas off the person that I love," he explains. "I like having a real connection." And watch out for his next tattoo. The already heavily tatted-up Bieber reveals what new ink he wants next, and its personal meaning to him. "I want 'LL' tatted right here," he says, pointing to his chest. "When you're Low, Lift. Because we often want to keep our heads down. But we should lift our heads." Bieber's Men's Health issue goes on sale March 10. VIDEO: Justin Bieber Continues to Apologize for Bad Behavior: 'People Often Forget I'm Human' Watch the video below to see Bieber address his "arrogant" behavior in an emotional video he posted on his Facebook in January.
Houston's announcers were not happy about this one.
Apple is considering shipping its next iPhone...
The “Hands up, don’t shoot” slogan used by Democrat activists since August 2013 is a complete falsehood, outgoing Attorney General Eric Holder admitted Wednesday. “I recognize that the findings in our report may leave some to wonder how the department’s findings can differ so sharply from some of the initial, widely reported accounts of what transpired,” Holder said at the press conference. Instead, Holder suggested the media and Americans recognize the fakery.
Assembly line worker Evangelina Reyes had big plans for the $1 million she won earlier this year in the California Lottery's "Emerald 10" scratch-off game. Now, instead of dipping into the money for a family vacation in Hawaii and serenely banking the rest for early retirement, the 53-year-old mother of five is gearing up for a court battle with Laxmi Kant Bhardwaj, the owner of USA Liquors. Reyes is hardly the first lucky lottery winner to duke it out in court. In Bakersfield, for instance, a 75-year-old woman who took a $32 million lump sum payout from the California Lottery settled a lawsuit she filed two years ago against her son, claiming he filched some of the money to buy four houses, 10 cars and a boat.
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A rezoning request for an assemblage of old farmland to build 81 residential units spread over 97 acres was denied March 4.
With snow, of course, comes sledding, and the long sloping grounds of the Capitol are perfect for it. But Capitol Police rules prevent it.
As rain falls and a cold front passes, it's time to look at the latest weather data coming in. Our forecast continues to call for 4-10 inches of snow across the area.
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