Mar 23, 2018
'After we had been intimate, he tried to pay me'
Sweet 16 roundup: More upsets, more chaos
Toys R Us founder dies days after announced shutdown
Nun refuses to back down in legal war with Katy Perry
Stephon Clark protests force NBA arena into lockdown
Byron Allen buys Weather Channel for $300M: Source
Good Samaritan rescues stranded dad, newborn
China plans to impose tariffs on U.S. goods
Woman's dog may have detected her cancer
NFL star to stop anthem protest as teams avoid him
“This can be a very mean-spirited town.”
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.
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.
A man who got his head stuck in a reclining movie seat has died as a result of
Gregg Barrett says he was tormented over his last name, Gay, by Dr. Lance Hindt, and even considered suicide at 13.
An Indiana state trooper found his police cruiser seriously challenged when he tried to pull over a speeding Dodge Challenger Hellcat on the Indiana Toll Road. Trooper Dustin Eggert was merging back into traffic near Bremen on Tuesday after helping a broken-down motorist when the reddish-orange Hellcat passed him at a high rate of speed, according to a police statement obtained by Jalopnik. Police said Eggert witnessed the 707-horsepower muscle car weaving in and out of traffic without using turn signals as it passed slower vehicles. The trooper began pursuit, but even though he reached reached speeds of 150 mph, he could not catch the Hellcat, which was allegedly going 160. The speed limit
A veteran horse jockey died Thursday, three days after a “sickening” accident during a race in Pennsylvania, officials said. Parx Racing confirmed the death of Jose Flores on Thursday afternoon. He was 57. “He embodied all that is good in the world of horse racing, and will be missed immensely,” officials at the track in Bensalem, outside of Philadelphia, posted on Twitter. “We offer our deepest condolences and prayers to his family.” Flores, who won 4,650 races throughout his career of more than three decades, died after suffering severe cranial and spinal injuries during the ninth race at the track on Monday. Flores’ longtime agent, David Yannuzzi, confirmed his death to Daily Racing Form.
The "Flip or Flop" star and the British TV personality were caught snuggling up outside of a hotel in Hertfordshire, where Anstead is from.