Oct 8, 2015
A woman who was so deliriously happy at getting engaged to her boyfriend didn’t check the Facebook photo before posting it - and let something MAJOR slip.
When you're a Kardashian, there's no such thing as oversharing.
Omar Mark Pettigen allegedly used a tomahawk to strike his mother on the head, shot her multiple times, cut her chest open and picked up her heart.
She's had all sorts of technicolor 'dos, but Katy Perry's true hair color is anything but bright. The singer reveals the reason behind her constantly-changing locks in the November issue of Glamour: "I’m naturally the most boring dishwater squirrel brown," Perry said of her hair. "So I’ve been playing with colors since I was 15." Comparisons to kitchen rodents aren't the only beauty insights Ms. Perry had to give. The interview also mentions her alter ego, her issues with men's dirty fingernails, and her affinity to a certain men's cologne. On her glam alter ego: “I’m Katy Perry onstage. At home I’m Katheryn Hudson. I’ve created this cartoon look when performing, but offstage I don’t always have
Sanmay Ved thought his real reward was just being the guy who bought Google.com for a minute....
DNA from a man who lived in Ethiopia about 4,500 years ago is prompting scientists to rethink the history of human migration in Africa. Until now, the conventional wisdom had been that the first groups of modern humans left Africa roughly 70,000 years ago, stopping in the Middle East en route to Europe, Asia and beyond. Then about 3,000 years ago, a group of farmers from the Middle East and present-day Turkey came back to the Horn of Africa (probably bringing crops like wheat, barley and lentils with them). Population geneticists pieced this story together by comparing the DNA of distinct groups of people alive today. Since humans emerged in Africa, DNA from an ancient Africa could provide a
When you decide to abstain from sugar for one month, the task at first seems like it would be easy: just clear your fridge of soda and juice, and empty your cabinets of sweet snacks and chocolates, and you’re good, right? Sacha Harland, a Dutch member of the web video team, LifeHunters,decided to undertake the task of cutting out added sugar, alcohol, artificial flavoring, and junk food from his diet for one month, and it was a lot tougher than it sounded. He then proceeded to capture his journey in a six-minute vlog. On day one, he got a physical (he was deemed pretty fit, except for high cholesterol), and proceeded to clean house. Harland threw out things liked iced tea, teriyaki sauce, yogurt,
Families of three Florida students who died after being hypnotized by their principal will receive $200,000 each in a settlement with the school district.
Critics claim she's too cozy with bankers. She may not be cozy enough.
With the peak shopping season approaching, Urban Outfitters is asking its employees to pitch in a bit more,
Asian shares rose on Friday, taking their cue from a jump in oil prices as well as gains on Wall Street
After teasing it at the Apple Watch event in September, Facebook has finally delivered the watch version of
Twenty is an important birthday. It's the year you leave your teens, the year you start to feel a bit
In a unanimous 10-0 vote, the North Charleston city council approved to pay a $6.5 million settlement to
Endorphins may have little to do with that sense of euphoria that engulfs us after a satisfying workout.
Many public officials are concerned that the approval will change the way the drug is marketed and used
After gaining weight, a runner changed the focus of her workouts and the way she ate, despite concerns