• Khloe Kardashian Goes House Hunting With Tristan Thompson in Sheer Top -- See the Pic!

    The 33-year-old reality star revealed that Thompson wanted to start a family on 'KUWTK' back in June.

    Entertainment Tonight
  • Father calls for prompt notification of school infections after son diagnosed with flesh-eating disease

    The father of a boy battling flesh-eating disease wants a review of parental notification procedures when there's been an infection at their child's school. Sam Chen says his 11-year-old son, John, was diagnosed with invasive Group A streptococcus on Sunday, March 26.

  • Why one Uber driver loves picking up puking passengers

    Uber driver Curtis Preston learned his lesson about inebriated passengers the hard way. The first...

    Business Insider
  • Chester Bennington's Drug Use Might Have Caused Suicide, Some Speculate

    He tried drugs for the first time at the age of 11.

    International Business Times
  • Australian woman 'didn't have to die': Minneapolis police chief

    The death of Justine Damond, 40, from a single gunshot wound to the abdomen fired through an open window of a police patrol car, has outraged her relatives and the public in Australia. "Justine didn't have to die," Minneapolis Police Chief Janee Harteau said in her first news conference about the shooting.

  • Hijab cosplay takes off as Muslim women embrace fan culture

    By Yuddy Cahya and Ebrahim Harris JAKARTA (Reuters) - After donning a blue Cinderella dress, Sind Yanti carefully arranges her pale yellow "hijab", or traditional headscarf, into folds that resemble hair. "Wearing a hijab should not be a barrier for anything.

  • All the dresses the Duchess of Cambridge has in more than one colour (8 photos)

    You know what they say: "If you love something, buy it in every colour" From Harpers Bazaar UK

    Harper’s Bazaar
  • Taylor Swift Gets Pre-Trial Victory in Her Legal Battle with DJ Who Allegedly Groped Her

    Taylor Swift Gets Pre-Trial Victory in Her Legal Battle with DJ Who Allegedly Groped Her

  • Wonder Woman 2: Everything you need to know

    In her satin tights, fighting for your rights.

    Digital Spy
  • Young child's leg severed after being struck by farming equipment: police

    RCMP say a seven-year-old girl has died of injuries she suffered when her leg was severed by a farm tractor that struck her as she played in a hay field in rural Nova Scotia. Jennifer Clarke said in a release Thursday night that the girl succumbed to her injuries earlier in the evening. RCMP Sgt. Terry Miller said the child was alone in the field that was being mowed when the accident happened at around 7 p.m. Wednesday in the Clementsvale area.

    The Canadian Press
  • NBA free agency: Dan Gilbert clearing path out of Cleveland for LeBron James

    LeBron James will be a free agent next summer, and if he decides to leave the Cavs, the fault goes to this summer's front-office foibles.

    Sporting News
  • Mounties help livestock displaced by B.C. wildfires as drivers urged to look out

    Thousands of people have been displaced by wildfires in British Columbia, but the flames have also forced livestock left behind to flee beyond their enclosures. Janelle Shoihet says officers are patrolling communities and helping to guide livestock back to where they belong whenever possible. In a few cases where the SPCA wasn't available immediately, Shoihet says officers have fed their lunches to animals to ensure they weren't hungry.

    The Canadian Press
  • Melanie Brown's French Bulldog Puppies Allegedly Found After Going Missing

    Melanie Brown's French Bulldog Puppies Allegedly Found After Going Missing

  • Putin’s Hackers Now Under Attack—From Microsoft

    Microsoft is going after Fancy Bear, the Russian hacking group that targeted the DNC, by wresting control of domain names controlled by the foreign spies.

    The Daily Beast q
  • US to ban Americans from travelling to North Korea

    American citizens will be barred from travelling to North Korea next month following a prohibition on using U.S. passports to enter the country, the State Department said Friday. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson decided to impose a "geographical travel restriction" on North Korea following the death last month of American university student Otto Warmbier, who fell into a coma while in North Korean custody. "Due to mounting concerns over the serious risk of arrest and long-term detention under North Korea's system of law enforcement, the secretary has authorized a Geographical Travel Restriction on all U.S. citizen nationals' use of a passport to travel in, through or to North Korea," department spokeswoman Heather Nauert said in a statement.

    The Canadian Press
  • 'Justine Did Not Have to Die', Police Chief Says

    Minneapolis Police chief Janee Harteau addressed media in Minneapolis on July 20 about the officer-involved shooting death of Australian woman Justine Damond on July 15. Harteau said: “Justine didn’t have to die. Based on the publicly released information from the BCA, this should not have happened.” “On our squad cars you will find the words; ‘To protect with courage and serve with compassion’. This did not happen.” Harteau said that based on the information of the incident from the Bureau of Criminal Apprehension, the actions of officer Mohamed Noor were "against who we are as a department, how we train, and the expectations we have for our officers. These were the actions and judgement of one individual. “I want to assure Justine’s family, our community, and those in Australia, that I will do everything in my power to make sure that due process is followed and justice is served.” Credit: Minneapolis Police via Storyful

  • Wildfire leaves "complete devastation" in rural community

    A chimney and a cinder block wall is all that's left standing among rubble that was a house Miki Crawford and her family called home for 22 years after a wildfire raced through her Northern California rural community, the former nurses' aide said Friday. Crawford said she and her husband, Jai Crawford, packed two cars with clothes, photographs, family heirlooms, their four pugs and one hound dog and fled Tuesday after the blaze burning in the hills near Yosemite National Park doubled in size. The aggressive wildfire sweeping through the Sierra Nevada foothills covered with dense brush and dead trees destroyed 61 homes and 63 other buildings.

    The Canadian Press
  • Undefeated Saskatchewan under-16 men's softball team trounce Manitoba 7-0

    Team Saskatchewan's under-16 men's softball team put on another show of dominance Thursday at the North American Indigenous Games (NAIG) as they whooped Manitoba 7-0. Team Saskatchewan is undefeated at the Indigenous Games so far, amassing 44 runs in five games. Only two runs have been earned against Saskatchewan, both by Nova Scotia in the second game of round robin play.

  • Immigration officials working on case of Winnipeg Yazidi woman and injured son

    Officials in Ottawa say they are working to help reunite a Yazidi woman living in Winnipeg with her 12-year-old son, who was recently freed from captivity with Iraqi militants and is recovering from gunshot wounds. Immigration spokeswoman Lisa Filipps tells CTV Winnipeg in a statement that the department is aware of the case of Nofa Mihlo Zaghla and her son, Emad, and is acting accordingly. The Yazidi Association of Manitoba, the Kurdish Initiative for Refugees and Winnipeg Friends of Israel went public with the story this week in an effort to get Canadian officials to act quickly to bring the boy to Canada.

    The Canadian Press
  • Spicer out, Sanders and Scaramucci rise in Trump shake-up

    White House press secretary Sean Spicer's resignation is raising the profile of one staffer and bringing on board a new one. A deputy spokeswoman, Sarah Huckabee Sanders, is set to replace Spicer when he steps down next month. The White House also has a new communications director, Anthony Scaramucci.

    The Canadian Press