Oct 9, 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.
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
MEXICO CITY (AP) — Excavations at the site of one of the Spanish conquistadors' worst defeats in Mexico are yielding new evidence about what happened when the two cultures clashed — and a native people, at least temporarily, was in control.
In central Moscow there is a private art collection of mysterious origins guarded by an...
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
Jennifer Garner and Ben Affleck may be repairing their rocky relationship, but Matt Damon is not rooting for them to come out on top!
When you're a Kardashian, there's no such thing as oversharing.
Apple has removed some products from its App Store over concerns they could compromise users'
She's just the latest presidential candidate to unveil sweeping plans to regulate financial dealings.
Oil extended gains on Friday and was set for its biggest weekly rise in over six years, after U.S. Federal
HOUSE OF THE WEEK | The midcentury modern in Chevy Chase, Md., was built by Jack Kay and designed by Jean-Pierre Trouchaud.
NEW YORK (AP) — For his next book, John le Carre is sticking to the facts. The master spy novelist has a memoir planned for September 2016, Viking Penguin told The Associated Press on Friday.
A cold front delivers some raindrops this afternoon and evening. You'll see it was worth it by tomorrow!
STOCKHOLM (AP) — After three days of science awards the Nobel spotlight turns to the art of writing
LONG BEACH, Calif. (AP) — The California Coastal Commission approved a $100 million expansion of the tanks
NEW YORK (AP) — For his next book, John le Carre is sticking to the facts.
You're in your airline seat, cruising comfortably and getting into your in-flight movie, when you hear
Just when a new controversy surrounding the iPhone started brewing, with some users claiming iPhone 6S
The National Dialogue Quartet in Tunisia has won the 2015 Nobel Peace Prize, the committee in Norway
A reader asks: If sitting is the new smoking, is bike riding a less than optimal exercise?
This weekend, Mercy Independence Hospital in Kansas will join dozens of rural hospitals that have closed in
Endorphins may have little to do with that sense of euphoria that engulfs us after a satisfying workout.