Dec 1, 2015
Ronda Rousey is back walking among mortals. After a two-week absence from the public eye, the former UFC women's bantamweight champ was spotted walking around her hometown of Los ...
Having just lost her husband, Yecenia Armenta could never have imagined her life could get worse. But the then 39-year-old had no idea what lay ahead of her after she was bundled into a police car and charged with her husband’s murder. It was after her arrest that things took a turn for the worse, with the stay-at-home mother claiming she was tortured and raped before being forced to sign a confession to a crime she says she didn’t commit. Ms Armenta was arrested in July 2012 as she drove relatives to the Culiacan International Airport. After being blindfolded she was bundled into a police car and driven away. She told human rights group Amnesty International she was hung upside-down by her ankles,
Tonight is Monday Night Football! ♫ DUN-DUN-DUN-DUNNNNNNNNNNN! ♫ It's a thrilling matchup between the ... wait, why are the 3-7 Ravens playing the 2-8 Browns on Monday Night Football? It's ESPN's job to get people to watch this game. Matt Schaub has lost his last 6 starts and hasn't taken a snap this season.
Racist commenters beware: Your words might show up in your own backyard. A new campaign in Brazil...
After Stefani's angelic performance of 'Used to Love You,' her boyfriend and fellow coach couldn't contain his excitement.
If you wanted to get lips like Kylie Jenner, you're going to have to try again around Christmastime. The reality TV personality and social media celebrity (she has 43.6 million followers on Instagram) just unveiled her new "Lip Kit" today ($29 per Kit), and it sold out. Because every lipstick she wears sells out. Fortunately, we got to meet up with Jenner in person at her Kylie Lip Kit event in the Los Angeles Dash store, and she showed us the goods that crashed her website. Here she is, presenting liner and lipstick (that's what makes a "Kit"): She let us take one home: She also gave us tips for how to use the Kit if you don't have full lips: "I don't think lip plumpers work, but you can over-line
Anyone who's ever watched I Love Lucy knows that Desi Arnaz is well-known for uttering the same word over and over again as Ricky Ricardo. Say it with us now: "Luccccyyyyyyy!" But while Cuban-born Arnaz was Lucille Ball's husband both on and off the screen during the filming of their famous sitcom in the 1950s, stresses on their relationship (allegedly infidelity and alcoholism) sadly led to the couple divorce in 1960. Ball bought Arnaz out of their production company (which was named Desilu — a combination of their names) and both actors remarried — but they continued to speak highly of each other until their deaths in the late 80s. In fact, as revealed in the book Desilu: The Story of Lucille Ball and Desi Arnaz, at the end of Arnaz's life he wrote words about Lucille that make us teary-eyed just thinking about it: "Lucy was the show.
BRUSSELS (AP) — Turkey won't apologize to Russia for shooting down a warplane operating over Syria, the Turkish prime minister said Monday, stressing that the military was doing its job defending the country's airspace.
Climate change may already be depressing wages and living standards, right here at home.
Some say China's 20-percent bounce in recent months is the beginning of a new bull market. No way
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Fears are growing for two Australian men who have gone missing in Mexico. On Monday, Mexican officials
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He's one of Australia's most outspoken politicians, but conservative South Australian Senator Cory
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The vastness of the problem and the possibility that a singular cure won’t be found cannot erode a
Researchers found that although white and black patients reported severe pain with the same frequency, one