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.
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
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.
As the holiday season approaches, Urban Outfitters is hoping that its employees are in the...
When you're a Kardashian, there's no such thing as oversharing.
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
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.
Sanmay Ved thought his real reward was just being the guy who bought Google.com for a minute....
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 and Wall Street gains after minutes
Gettysburg High School junior and FFA member Olivia Staub pets an American Paint horse on the Arentz Family Farm on Thursday while senior Ashlyn Buckholder and Steph Williams, background, watch after the 25 year anniversary celebration of the Adams County Agricultural Land Preservation Program.
Chambersburg 41, Mifflin County 0: Key players for the Trojans were Kyere Morton, Keyshawn Jones and Garner Funk. The offensive and defensive lines also had fine games for CAMS.
My mother, like every Korean woman of a certain age, loves her Korean soap operas. I occasionally ask her what they’re about. “Oh, there is a boy, and he loves a girl, but the boy is from a poor family and the girl is from a rich family so their parents do not approve.”
STOCKHOLM (AP) — After three days of science awards the Nobel spotlight turns to the art of writing
NEW ORLEANS (AP) — Paul Prudhomme, the Cajun who popularized spicy Louisiana cuisine and became one of the
NEW ORLEANS (AP) — At K-Paul's Louisiana Kitchen during the early 1980s, chef and owner Paul Prudhomme
Sony has announced the Australian pricing and release date for its latest Xperia phone models. The Xperia
Ronda Rousey breaks a lot of things. Records, bones, and potentially Justin Bieber's ribcage in the
How's this for irony? The man in charge of protecting the German state of Bavaria's wooded areas,
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.
Many public officials are concerned that the approval will change the way the drug is marketed and used