Affichage des articles du mai, 2015

Kara and Hannah Tointon look stunning in ladylike dresses

Kara and Hannah Tointon looked as though they had taken inspiration from their Mr Selfridge characters as they donned elegant dresses for the Audi Polo event held at Coworth Park in Ascot. from Articles | Mail Online

Cop who broke news to high school teen that his parents had died attends his graduation ceremony

Kazzie Portie embraced Officer Eric Ellison on stage after receiving his degree less than a week after his parents, Riley and Emily, were killed while riding their motorcycle in Orange, Texas on May 24. from Articles | Mail Online

Kim Kardashian tweets about being protective of North after announcing she will be a mother for second time 

It's a frightful occurrence that no mother wants for her child and now that Kim Kardashian has revealed she's expecting baby No. 2 she's right to feel protective. from Articles | Mail Online

New love for Leto? Jared sparks dating rumours as he steps out with model Valery Kaufman to the grocery store in NYC

He's the ultimate catch thanks to his skyrocketing career and heart-racing good looks. from Articles | Mail Online

SEBASTIAN SHAKESPEARE: Diana's niece falls for tycoon nearly her father's age

Her previous boyfriends have included England cricketer Nick Compton (inset) but now Lady Kitty Spencer, 24, is courting property tycoon Niccolo Barattieri di San Pietro, 44. from Articles | Mail Online

'I love that he's so grounded': Anna Faris gushes about love for husband Chris Pratt on red carpet at Critics' Choice TV Awards

Loved up Anna Faris confessed it's not his oh-so-hot abs that turns her on most, but his attitude from Articles | Mail Online

Kim kardashian 'pregnant again'

Kim Kardashian is pregnant with her second child with US rapper Kayne West, according to reports. The reality television star announced she is expecting anot... from Articles | Mail Online

Clare pregnancy story false, Nine says

The Nine Network has denied reports that Clare from Married At First Sight is pregnant. Gossip magazine New Idea has reported newlyweds Clare and Lachlan are... from Articles | Mail Online

Can You Guess How Many Government MPs Showed Up To Watch Labor's Marriage Equality Bill?

Hint: It’s not many. "This is a moment bigger than politics" declared opposition leader Bill Shorten as he introduced a bill to legalise same sex marriage in Australia. "This parliament can change a law that no longer describes modern Australia and pass a law of which we can all be proud. "Let us delay no more. Let us embrace a definition of marriage that respects, values and includes every Australian." Mick Tsikas / AAPIMAGE But this is the audience that faced him as he gave his speech. Mick Tsikas / AAPIMAGE Only five members of the Coalition turned up to hear the bill being introduced to the House: Bob Baldwin, Russell Broadbent, Darren Chester, Mal Brough and Andrew Broad. Out of those five MPs, only Mal Brough and Nationals MP Darren Chester support marriage equality. From the crossbench, PUP leader Clive Palmer, member for Indi Cathy McGowan, and Tasmanian MP Andrew Wilkie were present. They've spoken out in support o

27 Times Tumblr Accurately Summed Up Being In Your Twenties

Funny, but painfully true. The reality vs. expectations. The affirmations we should all be giving each other. When you're being lectured on the direction of your career. When your friends are becoming a little more adult than you. View Entire List › from BuzzFeed - Latest

It's Officially Winter In Australia And There's Already A Whole Lot Of Snow

Right on time. It's the first day of winter, and for some areas in the south-east of Australia it's also the first snow day of the year. Snow! It's actually here! Overnight, pretty white snow fell in New South Wales' Snowy Mountains, Tasmania's Cradle Mountain and Victoria's Falls Creek. And oh-so pretty it was. Though snow falls in these areas each season, powder this early was a welcome surprise for everyone - especially those preparing for the start of this year's ski season in Jindabyne, Thredbo and Perisher. Many were too excited to stay in bed. View Entire List › from BuzzFeed - Latest

The Rich Kids Of Beverly Hills Play A Game Of "Word Association"

Morgan, Dorothy, and EJ give us their candid opinion on everything from Britney Spears to flying in coach. West Coast Whitney Jefferson / BuzzFeed Beverly Hills Whitney Jefferson / BuzzFeed Green juice Whitney Jefferson / BuzzFeed Selfies Whitney Jefferson / BuzzFeed View Entire List › from BuzzFeed - Latest

Govt to cut $8m from drug programs

It's been revealed the federal government has slashed $8 million from drug treatment and prevention programs at the same time it's established a national tas... from Articles | Mail Online

Bogut ready for NBA 'wrecking ball' LeBron

Andrew Bogut compares defending against a rampaging LeBron James to facing a wrecking ball. How well Bogut and his Golden State Warriors defend against the m... from Articles | Mail Online

Empire's Taraji P. Henson and Bob Odenkirk of AMC's Breaking Bad spin-off take top drama honors at Critics' Choice Television Awards

Taraji P. Henson and Bob Odenkirk won drama acting awards on Sunday at the fifth annual Critics' Choice Television Awards in Beverly Hills, California. from Articles | Mail Online

Citigroup to close Banamex USA: report

Citigroup bank is expected to close the US unit of its Mexican banking subsidiary Banamex after it was accused of weak money-laundering controls, the Wall St... from Articles | Mail Online

Waking up to winter! Backyards, cars and homes blanketed by snow on the first day of the cold season - and it's great news for ski fields as temperatures plummet 

Dozens of backyards were transformed into snowfields across New South Wales, Victoria, the ACT and Tasmania on Monday morning while some ski resorts received up to 30cm of snow. from Articles | Mail Online

Elle 'The Body' Macpherson shows a hint of her 51 years as she reveals her wrinkly knees in a tight pencil skirt slit to the thigh

Despite the cool Sydney chill as the first day of winter kicked off, model Elle Macpherson still managed to flash some flesh on Monday while shopping in Sydney's CBD. from Articles | Mail Online

Nielsen: Super Bowl, 'Walking Dead' among most-tweeted shows

NEW YORK (AP) — Tweet this: Millions of viewers were firing off those 140-character texts while they watched TV in the season just past. And there were plent... from Articles | Mail Online

Several factors behind card rates: RBA

The Reserve Bank believes there are several reasons why credit card interest rates are so high, but the central bank doesn't endorse them. The gap between th... from Articles | Mail Online

Proud dad Sylvester Stallone shares a picture alongside budding model daughter Sistine

He may be a movie tough guy, but he's a big softie when it comes to his family from Articles | Mail Online

$500 million appeal for Iraq to be launched: UNICEF

Humanitarian organisations are preparing to launch a fundraising appeal for $500 million (454 million euros) for the crisis created by the Islamic State grou... from Articles | Mail Online

Cancer treatment 'new era' hailed

Experts have hailed a "new era" for cancer treatments after achieving "spectacular" results from trials on a new class of drugs. Immunotherapy, which harness... from Articles | Mail Online

Private data access concerns raised

Police ask for permission to access private communications data once every two minutes, with less than 8% of all requests refused by senior officers, a new r... from Articles | Mail Online

Girl, two, dies as car hits wall

A two-year-old girl has died and two other children were injured after a car smashed into a wall and landed on its roof. Pol ice said a 28-year-old man has b... from Articles | Mail Online

Government 'split on human rights'

David Cameron is reported to have ruled out withdrawal from the European Convention on Human Rights despite the opposition of Justice Secretary Michael Gove ... from Articles | Mail Online

Matisse the dog crowned bgt winner

Jules O'Dwyer and her dog Matisse were the ninth winners of Britain's Got Talent. They beat 12 other finalists to take home £250,000 and earn a spot at this ... from Articles | Mail Online

Sas training deaths inquest begins

An inquest into the deaths of three Army reservists who collapsed during an SAS training exercise is due to begin. The long-awaited hearing will examine the ... from Articles | Mail Online

Free childcare plans rolled out

The Government is to bring forward its plans to double the free childcare available for working parents - a key Conservative general election manifesto pledg... from Articles | Mail Online

Inquest opens on taser man's death

An inquest into the death of a young man shot by police with a Taser gun begins later today. Jordan Begley, 23, died in hospital two hours after being hit wi... from Articles | Mail Online

Orgy shame footballers flying home

Three shamed Premier League footballers who allegedly filmed themselves in an orgy in which a Thai woman was racially abused are flying home this morning ami... from Articles | Mail Online

Children 'used for street crimes'

"Oliver Twist scenarios" are taking place on Britain's streets as children are tasked with pickpocketing, shoplifting and begging, the anti-slavery commissio... from Articles | Mail Online

Former Disney star Raven Goodwin 'thrown out of Waffle House in Atlanta after brawling with another woman'

TMZ reported Sunday that the 22-year-old actress and another customer began fighting in the restaurant bathroom in a dispute over a table. from Articles | Mail Online

EU's Oettinger says Greece deal still possible this week - Channel News Asia

Channel News Asia EU's Oettinger says Greece deal still possible this week Channel News Asia Germany's EU Commissioner Guenter Oettinger said on Monday it might still be possible for Greece and its creditors to reach a deal this week. POSTED: 01 Jun 2015 11:45. PHOTOS. A lightning strikes next to a Greek national flag in Athens May 28, 2015. and more » from Top Stories - Google News

Modern Etiquette: Umbrellas, backpacks and selfie sticks

By Mary M. Mitchell June 1 (Reuters) - In a perfect world, safety and good manners run a parallel course. Yet that is not today's reality, especially when it... from Articles | Mail Online

Malaysian player faces SEA Games exit over spitting spat

SINGAPORE, June 1 (Reuters) - Malaysian midfielder Mohd Nazmi Faiz Mansor could be kicked out of the Southeast Asian Games after being sent off in the openin... from Articles | Mail Online

NSA mass surveillance ends: Agency banned from bulk collection of domestic phone records for first time since 9/11 aftermath as Senate fails to reach deal

The upper house tried to find a way to keep the program going after provisions in the Patriot Act expired at midnight - but couldn't find a solution, in part due to the efforts of dissenter Rand Paul. from Articles | Mail Online

Banks need cold shower on houses: MP

Get the garden hose out and give the banks a cold shower of reality. That's what Labor backbencher Ed Husic says the banking regulator should do to help stem... from Articles | Mail Online

Material being lifted by crane at NYC building falls

Two construction workers and five pedestrians were taken to hospital Sunday morning after a crane lifting an air condition unit to the top of 261 Madison Ave. had a snapped cable, dropping the equipment. from Articles | Mail Online

Panthers declare Barrett ready for NRL gig

If Manly do pull the trigger on coach Geoff Toovey in favour of Penrith assistant Trent Barrett, they'll get one of the best up and coming coaches in the gam... from Articles | Mail Online

Couple escapes with their lives after falling debris from New York crane failure nearly crushes them in their car

Two construction workers and five pedestrians were taken to hospital Sunday morning after a crane lifting an air condition unit to the top of 261 Madison Ave. had a snapped cable, dropping the equipment. from Articles | Mail Online

Ears sliced off to avoid tracking, brains drilled and unwanted animals sold as bait to dog-fighting rings: The horrific treatment of greyhounds revealed as live-baiting scandal deepens

Friends of the Hound is an organisation that made a submission to the Queensland Greyhound Racing Inquiry, and have found dogs malnourished (pictured) and kept in confined spaces. from Articles | Mail Online

Cairns death house to be demolished

Work has begun to demolish a north Queensland home where eight children were killed before Christmas. The Murray St property in Manoora, which became the sce... from Articles | Mail Online

Poll: What Will Kim And Kanye Name Their Second Child?

Which direction will they choose? In case you haven't heard, Kim Kardashian and Kanye West are expecting their second child. Mike Coppola / Via Getty Images So that means they're gonna have to come up with a name as genius as North West. Think they can do it? Have a better idea? Sound off below! Craig Barritt / Via Getty Images View Entire List › from BuzzFeed - Latest

Deputies change stories on jail visitor's beating, court records show

The sheriff's deputies all told the same story. from - Los Angeles Times

EU's Oettinger says Greece deal still possible this week - Vocal Republic

EU's Oettinger says Greece deal still possible this week Vocal Republic BERLIN Germany's EU Commissioner Guenter Oettinger stated on Monday it'd still be possible for Greece and its collectors to succeed in a deal this week. “We'll want progress on the working group degree, so that we will agree on a reform agenda, maybe ... and more » from Top Stories - Google News

'No one deserves to die like this': Parents of accused drug smuggler facing death in a Chinese prison plead for his freedom... as pictures emerge of his carefree life at home

Before he languished in a Chinese jail potentially facing the death penalty, accused Australian drug smuggler Peter Gardner was known as a 'happy go lucky' well-loved young tradesman. from Articles | Mail Online

Men brace for 'beard patrols' in Iraq's IS-held Mosul

Every time he looks in a mirror, Laith Ahmed is worried. As of Monday, the young Iraqi's hopelessly hairless chin could land him in an Islamic State group ja... from Articles | Mail Online

Israel Day Parade faces Jewish anti-Israel protesters

NEW YORK (AP) — Marchers in the Israel Day Parade up Fifth Avenue faced some dissonant spectators: Orthodox Jews who don't believe Israel should exist. Stand... from Articles | Mail Online

Cody Poteet comes through for UCLA in elimination baseball game

Cody Poteet was handed UCLA's baseball season Sunday afternoon. from - Los Angeles Times

The Only Way You Should Be Drinking Water

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Shortage of deputies could threaten L.A. County sheriff's reform agenda

As Los Angeles County Sheriff Jim McDonnell tries to turn around a department under federal scrutiny for jail brutality, racial harassment and corruption, one of his most immediate challenges is a staffing shortage that could threaten his reform agenda. from - Los Angeles Times

USC eliminates UC Santa Barbara with 12-3 victory in baseball regional

A.J. Ramirez hit a three-run double in USC's seven-run ninth inning, and Kyle Twomey pitched into the eighth as the Trojans eliminated UC Santa Barbara with a 12-3 victory in the Lake Elsinore Regional on Saturday. from - Los Angeles Times

NHL-Chicago Blackhawks beat Anaheim to reach Stanley Cup finals

May 30 (Reuters) - The Chicago Blackhawks will play in the Stanley Cup Finals for the third time in six seasons after beating the Anaheim Ducks 5-3 in Game S... from Articles | Mail Online

World Youth Championship results

May 31 (Infostrada Sports) - Results from the World Youth Championship matches on Sunday Group D Sunday, May 31 Mexico - Mali U-20 0-2 (halftime: 0-0) Qatar ... from Articles | Mail Online

Scott Jamieson joins Wanderers

Western Sydney Wanderers have signed defender Scott Jamieson to a two-year contract, through till the end of the 2016/17 A-League season. In signing 26-year-... from Articles | Mail Online

Cairns braced for cathartic house razing

The razing of a Cairns house where eight children died will be a sombre yet cathartic milestone in the mourning process, locals say. The Murray St property i... from Articles | Mail Online

Rollback of U.S. spy powers would mark post-9/11 watershed

Certain provisions of the Patriot Act, including those the NSA uses for the controversial bulk collection of Americans’ phone records, will expire on June 1 unless there's a deal. from Articles | Mail Online

World Youth Championship group C results and standings

May 31 (Infostrada Sports) - Results and standings from the World Youth Championship Group C matches on Sunday Sunday, May 31 Qatar U-20 0 Colombia U-20 1 St... from Articles | Mail Online

Hooters waitress and longtime regular customer expected to recover following surgery

Mariana Villarreal, who works at a Hooters in Georgia and donated a kidney to customer, Don Thomas, wrote on Saturday following the surgery that the kidney was a perfect match. from Articles | Mail Online

World Youth Championship group D results and standings

May 31 (Infostrada Sports) - Results and standings from the World Youth Championship Group D matches on Sunday Sunday, May 31 Mexico 0 Mali U-20 2 Standings ... from Articles | Mail Online

Russian aircraft head off U.S. destroyer in Black Sea - RIA

MOSCOW, May 31 (Reuters) - Russian military aircraft were scrambled to head off a U.S. warship that was acting "aggressively" in the Black Sea, state news ag... from Articles | Mail Online

Abigail Breslin reveals her quirky style in floaty pink and black spotted dress at BookCon in NYC

The former child star, who made it big as Olive in Little Miss Sunshine, wore a pink dress with black polka dots. The floaty skirt had an uneven hem and was see-through below the knee. from Articles | Mail Online

Man moving into Colorado condominium building shoots three men who tried to rob him

The incident happened at 431 S. Kalispell Way around 11pm, the Aurora Police Department said. One man was moving into the apartment, and two movers were assisting him, according to police. from Articles | Mail Online

Chatsworth wins City Section Division I softball championship

It took a strikeout by standout pitcher Kyla Gendler in the bottom of the seventh to enable Chatsworth High to emerge with a 6-5 victory over Carson in the City Section Division I championship softball game at Cal State Dominguez Hills on Saturday. from - Los Angeles Times

Marriage bill needs bipartisanship: Labor

Bill Shorten says he wants a bipartisan approach to same-sex marriage but the prime minister's gay sister believes the opposition leader is trying to take so... from Articles | Mail Online

China official says air defense zone in S China Sea hinges on security

SINGAPORE, May 31 (Reuters) - China's decision on whether to establish an air defense zone in the South China Sea depends on whether there is a threat to its... from Articles | Mail Online

US draw with South Korea in World Cup tune-up

May 30 (Reuters) - The United States extended their home unbeaten streak to 96 games with a 0-0 draw in a friendly against South Korea on Saturday in a tune-... from Articles | Mail Online

Kim Kardashian breaks down in tears after skidding off an icy road in new KUWTK teaser

The 34-year-old breaks down in tears in a new clip for Sunday's Keeping Up With The Kardashians, after the car she was travelling in with daughter North skidded off the road in Montana. from Articles | Mail Online

U.S. police have shot dead 385 people in five months - Washington Post

WASHINGTON, May 30 (Reuters) - U.S. police have shot and killed 385 people during the first five months of this year, a rate of more than two a day, the Wash... from Articles | Mail Online

'No body, no parole' rule for SA killers

Killers who do not tell South Australian police what happened to their victims will remain in jail under a proposed "no body, no parole" rule. Correctional S... from Articles | Mail Online

Myanmar rejects 'unbalanced' Rohingya remarks in Oslo

YANGON, Myanmar (AP) — Myanmar has rejected what it calls "unbalanced comments" made by several Nobel Peace Prize winners calling for an end to the persecuti... from Articles | Mail Online

Kanye West grins as he checks out the models in college fashion show... before giving a speech to graduating class

After the show had wrapped and Kanye had torn his gaze away from the group of women, he delivered a commencement speech to the graduating class. from Articles | Mail Online

Beau Biden, son of vice president, dies at 46

WASHINGTON — Joseph "Beau" Biden, the son of Vice President Joe Biden and a promising young figure in Democratic Party politics, has died, his father said Saturday. He was 46. from - Los Angeles Times

Man did not point gun at officers, LAPD says in new account of shooting

A man shot and wounded this week by Los Angeles police in Westlake had not pointed a gun at officers, despite an initial report by the LAPD that he had, the department said in a press release Saturday afternoon. from - Los Angeles Times

Venezuela's Opposition Supporters Protest Government - Wall Street Journal

Wall Street Journal Venezuela's Opposition Supporters Protest Government Wall Street Journal CARACAS--Tens of thousands of antigovernment protesters marched in this politically divided country Saturday to back a jailed opposition leader, who has gone on a hunger strike to pressure President Nicolas Maduro to hold congressional elections and ... Venezuela opposition march draws thousands BBC News Thousands protest in Venezuela Sky News Australia Venezuelans Mass for Year's Largest Anti-Government Protests ABC News all 55 news articles » from Top Stories - Google News

Things I Wish I Could Tell My Mom

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Beau Biden, vice president’s son, dies of brain cancer

Joseph Robinette “Beau” Biden III, the son of Vice President Biden and former state attorney general of Delaware, died Saturday after battling brain cancer for several years.Biden, 46, the oldest son of the vice president and the rising star of a family dynasty, had been admitted recently to Walter Reed National Military Medical Center in Washington as he fought the cancer, a battle that his father largely kept private in the last weeks as his son clung to his life.Read full article >> from Washington Post: Breaking News, World, US, DC News & Analysis

As old-line Southern Baptist churches struggle, a dying one has an epiphany

Attendance at the Southern Baptist church on Scenic Drive had dwindled to about 15 most Sundays. The potted plant by the pulpit was from yet another member’s funeral. There was $5,000 in the church bank account and $6,000 in bills when Larry Montgomery, a deacon, reached a conclusion once unthinkable in the heart of the Bible Belt.Read full article >> from Washington Post: Breaking News, World, US, DC News & Analysis

Customer outrage as Woolworths mistakenly leaks thousands of shoppers' personal details in shopping voucher mistake that could cost it $1 million

On Saturday, grocery giant Woolworths reportedly sent an email to thousands of Australian customers containing the contact details of other shoppers, and discount codes for $1m worth of gift cards. from Articles | Mail Online

Jaden Smith wears a DRESS to high school prom with Hunger Games actress Amandla Stenberg

The 16-year-old son of Will and Jada Pinkett Smith wore a calf-length white skirt with a long black top over skinny black leggings The youngster finished the look with a black jacket and black sneakers. from Articles | Mail Online

Citizenship changes spark heated debate

Federal government frontbenchers are playing down a reported cabinet split over plans to strip terror suspects of their Australian citizenship. Dual national... from Articles | Mail Online

Teen has foot amputated after crash

A teenage boy has had his foot amputated after a car rolled several times when it hit a traffic sign west of Sydney. The 17-year-old was in a car travelling ... from Articles | Mail Online

Bowditch leads, Spieth fades at soggy Byron Nelson

May 30 (Reuters) - Australian Steven Bowditch shot a four-under-par 65 to open up a two-stroke lead after the third round of the AT&T Byron Nelson on Saturda... from Articles | Mail Online

Armenian genocide survivors are subject of art exhibit in Grand Park

Vahida Dekmejian didn’t want to remember. Living in her garage apartment in Pasadena, she preferred to cook. Lahmacun -- Armenian pizza -- was one of her specialties. She taught the recipe to her children and left the remembering to them. from - Los Angeles Times

Education a first step in 'long journey' to aboriginal reconciliation - Ottawa Citizen

Ottawa Citizen Education a first step in 'long journey' to aboriginal reconciliation Ottawa Citizen The “secret” to reconciliation and mutual respect between aboriginal and non-aboriginal Canadians lies in how parents and teachers educate their children, Manitoba Justice Murray Sinclair told a packed audience at the University of Ottawa Saturday. Conrad Black: Chief Justice Beverley McLachlin has emasculated the high court ... Cornwall Free News 'Cultural genocide is probably the best description of what went on here' 6000 aboriginal children died in 'cultural genocide' in Canadian residential ... The Independent The Globe and Mail  - Toronto Star all 15 news articles » from Top Stories - Google News

Beau Biden, vice president's son, dies of brain cancer - Washington Post

Wall Street Journal Beau Biden, vice president's son, dies of brain cancer Washington Post Joseph Robinette “Beau” Biden III, the son of Vice President Biden and former state attorney general of Delaware, died Saturday after battling brain cancer for several years. Biden, 46, the oldest son of the vice president and the rising star of a family dynasty, ... US Vice-President Biden says his son has died of brain cancer The Globe and Mail Joe Biden's son, Beau, dies of brain cancer Reuters Joseph R. Biden III, Vice President's Son, Dies at 46 New York Times Wall Street Journal  - ABC News all 73 news articles » from Top Stories - Google News

Cristian Techera's first goal was the difference for the Whitecaps in a 2-1 win ... - Vancouver Sun

Vancouver Sun Cristian Techera's first goal was the difference for the Whitecaps in a 2-1 win ... Vancouver Sun As Tom Jones so famously crooned, 'It's good to touch the green, green grass of home.' Even if it is the artificial kind. The Vancouver Whitecaps christened the new – and much greener – Polytan surface at BC Place on Saturday with an entertaining and ... Techera scores first goal for Vancouver as Whitecaps down Real Salt Lake 2-1 The Globe and Mail Techera helps Whitecaps beat Salt Lake 2-1 USA TODAY Techera's first goal gives Whitecaps 2-1 win over Real Salt Lake Calgary Herald  - News1130 all 62 news articles » from Top Stories - Google News

Waratahs' Horne cited for tip tackle

The NSW Waratahs' woes have been compounded with winger Rob Horne facing a likely ban after being cited for a tip tackle. Horne was sinbinned by referee Jaco... from Articles | Mail Online

Watchdog says ex-Nazis got $20.2 million in Social Security

WASHINGTON (AP) — A government watchdog says more than 130 suspected Nazi war criminals, SS guards, and others who may have participated in the Third Reich's... from Articles | Mail Online

Rumer Willis goes hell for white leather as she shows off her lean dancer's legs in tights for DWTS Tour practice

The 26-year-old was also seen at a Glamour Magazine party in Los Angeles the previous night earlier. The upcoming DWTS Live! Perfect Ten Tour will begin on June 13 in Atlantic City. from Articles | Mail Online

Divers join search for missing WA man

Specialist divers from the Water Police have joined the search for a man who lost his footing while taking a photo and fell into the ocean on Western Austral... from Articles | Mail Online

Daryl Hannah dotes on beau Neil Young at breakfast as he limps with an ankle brace

The lovebirds stepped out as a couple in September after Neil filed for divorce in July from his wife of 36; Neil's friend David Crosby called her a 'poisonous predator' but has apologized from Articles | Mail Online

Woman tosses Apple computer that turns out to be worth $200K

MILPITAS, Calif. (AP) — A recycling center in the Silicon Valley is looking for a woman who dropped off an old Apple computer that turned out to be a collect... from Articles | Mail Online

Michael Campus dies at 80; director of inner-city cult classic 'The Mack'

It's hard to image two films more different than "The Mack" and "Thomas Kinkade's Christmas Cottage." from - Los Angeles Times

Obama 'Hope' poster artist Shepard Fairey said president didn't live up to expectations

Shepard Fairey said he was shocked that Obama supported drones and domestic spying, and that he believed the president had lacked courage in the White House. from Articles | Mail Online

New guidelines for doctors on violence

Doctors are being encouraged to take a more hands-on approach to domestic violence, with new guidelines on how to identify and help victims. The Australian M... from Articles | Mail Online

New guidelines for doctors on violence

Doctors are being encouraged to take a more hands-on approach to domestic violence, with new guidelines on how to identify and help victims. The Australian M... from Articles | Mail Online

Man shot dead outside Singapore security summit

Officers open fire, killing one after car crashes through police barricades outside Shangri-La Hotel. from Al Jazeera English

Vice President Biden's son dies at 46

Vice President Biden said in a statement tonight that his son Beau has died after fighting brain cancer. He was 46.  from - Los Angeles Times

Pentagon: Live anthrax inadvertently distributed by Army laboratory

An Army laboratory in Utah inadvertently distributed at least one live sample of anthrax, prompting an ongoing effort to recover others from the same batch  that were sent to facilities in eight states and a military base in South Korea, Pentagon officials said Thursday.Read full article >> from Washington Post: Breaking News, World, US, DC News & Analysis

Lil B -- LEBRON JAMES GOT PROBLEMS ... Cavs Haven't Ducked Curse Yet!

Lil B is DOUBLING DOWN on his threat to curse LeBron James ... claiming the King is in "big, big trouble" for stealing B's famous dance move.  Lil B appeared on "TMZ Hollywood Sports" today (from an undisclosed… from

Rick Santorum announces second presidential bid

CABOT, Pa. — Rick Santorum, the brusque and deeply conservative former senator who won nearly a dozen contests in the 2012 race for the Republican nomination, announced here Wednesday that he would seek to recapture that fleeting magic by entering a crowded primary likely to be far more difficult than the last.Read full article >> from Washington Post: Breaking News, World, US, DC News & Analysis