• Sex tape of British star Stephanie Davis leaked online: She is 'devastated'

    An explicit video of English actress Stephanie Davis is reported to have surfaced online last week. According to reports, the alleged sex tape – which was shared on the internet without the former Celebrity Big Brother star's consent – has devastated her. Reportedly, a clip featuring Davis with Love Island star Joshua Ritchie had emerged online last summer that showed the pair in compromising state.

    International Business Times
  • Rihanna goes topless and bites her fingernail in sexy photo

    Rihanna is not shy about showing off her exquisite body as she has been clicked flaunting her curves numerous times. RiRi herself has shared many of her sexy photos on social media.

    International Business Times
  • Prince Harry 'to give Meghan Markle engagement ring made from Princess Diana's bracelet'

    Prince Harry is planning to propose to his Suits actress girlfriend Meghan Markle with a custom-made ring crafted from a bracelet which belonged to his late mother Princess Diana, according to reports. Harry, 32, is believed to have commissioned royal jeweller Harry Collins to work on the £100,000 ($125,000) cushion set emerald and platinum sparkler. Harry and Meghan, 35, have been dating for a year with talk of wedding bells intensifying in recent months.

    International Business Times
  • Texas mother who locked 2 toddlers in hot car to teach them a 'lesson' arrested

    A Texas woman, whose two children died of heat exposure after she left them in a hot car last month, has been arrested. According to Reuters, Cynthia Marie Randolph (24) was being held on Saturday on $200,000 (£156,286) bail for the deaths of her two-year-old daughter Juliet and 16-month-old son Cavanaugh. Randolph locked the children as she wanted to teach her daughter a "lesson" after she refused to leave the car, authorities said.

    International Business Times
  • NBA free agency: DeMar DeRozan won’t recruit Kyle Lowry to stay in Toronto

    Lowry, who made $12 million this season, could nearly double his annual salary on the free-agent market.

    Sporting News
  • Manny Pacquiao doesn’t give Conor McGregor a shot against Floyd Mayweather

    Pacquiao said Conor McGregor isn’t “compatible with boxing,” and therefore will lose to Mayweather on Aug. 26 in Las Vegas.

    Sporting News
  • Isis in Marawi: Philippines army declares Eid truce in besieged Muslim city

    Filipino troops have declared an eight-hour "humanitarian" ceasefire in the besieged town of Marawi to allow Muslim residents to celebrate Eid al-Fitr, which marks the end of the month of Ramadan. There is a large population of Muslims in the island of Mindanao, where Marawi is located, but the rest of the country is predominantly Roman Catholic population. Military chief General Eduardo Ano ordered his forces to observe a "humanitarian pause" during Eid on 25 June, AFP reported.

    International Business Times
  • Kodak Black Says He Doesn’t Really Like Black Girls

    "I don't really like black girls like that."

    Vibe
  • Meet the man walking across Canada without leaving his town

    After Dave Durkee strolled through Kamloops, B.C., on his epic cross-Canada walk, he opened the front door to his home in Yarmouth, N.S., and started teaching a music class. Durkee, 62, is on a whimsical walk that will take him coast to coast without leaving southern Nova Scotia. Every morning since October, he's set out at about 6 a.m. to walk for three to four hours. While his feet don't leave the streets of Yarmouth, his avatar takes the same steps on a virtual map of Canada.

    CBC
  • Friends TV spin-off starring Lisa Kudrow's Phoebe Buffay in the works

    Lisa Kudrow is in talks to reprise her role as Phoebe Buffay in a Friends spin-off show, according to reports. The actress, 53, played the ditzy blonde for all 10 seasons of the hit Warner Bros TV series which also starred Jennifer Aniston, Matt Le Blanc, Matthew Perry, David Schwimmer and Courteney Cox. When the beloved comedy series eventually came to an end in 2004, Phoebe was about to begin a new life with husband Mike Hannigan, played by Paul Rudd.

    International Business Times
  • 34 Years Strong! Denzel And Pauletta Washington's Love Through The Years (22 photos)

    It's their anniversary! On June 25, 1983 Denzel and Pauletta Washington said "I do" and today they have one of the longest lasting marriages in Black Hollywood. Take a look at their love then and now!

    Essence
  • Draymond Green leads All-Defensive team, Isaiah Thomas snags second-team vote

    The NBA announced first and second team honors for its All-Defensive squads, highlighted by Draymond Green, Rudy Gobert and Kawhi Leonard. The three leading vote-getters are also the three finalists for the 2016-17 Defensive Player of the Year award, which will be announced Monday night.Green, Gobert and Leonard tallied 198, 196 and 192 points, respectively, far ahead of Chris Paul (140 points) and Patrick Beverly (110 points), the other first-team honorees.Green, who is making the first team for the third year in a row, led the league in steals with just over two per game last year. He became the first player in Golden State Warriors history to record at least 150 steals and 100 blocked shots in a year. He has never won a Defensive Player of the Year award, but is the favorite for 2016-17. Gobert's selection to the team was his first, while Leonard was honored for the third straight year.Boston Celtics point guard Isaiah Thomas, who was ranked second to last out of 411 players by ESPN's Defensive Real Plus-Minus statistic, earned a vote for the second team. The Celtics were nine points better defensively during the regular season last year when Thomas sat out.Meanwhile, it looks like Washington Wizards point guard John Wall isn't too happy about the results. All-Defensive second team selections:Tony Allen, Memphis Grizzlies (80 points)Danny Green, San Antonio Spurs (68 points)Anthony Davis, New Orleans Pelicans (58 points)Andre Roberson, Oklahoma City Thunder (53 points)Giannis Antetokounmpo, Milwaukee Bucks (35 points)

    Sports Illustrated
  • Russia's older model boom

    A former blogger believes he has spotted a gap in the market in a country that normally associates beauty with youth.

    Sky video
  • The surprising benefits of anxiety

    “Anxiety can just as well express itself in muteness as with a scream,” wrote existential philosopher Søren Kierkegaard in 1844. While Kierkegaard spent much of his work analyzing the agonizing nature of anxiety, he did not think that it was an emotional state to be avoided. Instead, the philosopher argued that one cannot live an…

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  • What It's Like To Be 19-Years-Old and Then, Suddenly, A Millionaire

    Behind the scenes at the NBA Draft, where the night only starts when your name is called.

    Esquire
  • Johnny Depp Business Manager Release New Claims Against Actor

    Johnny Depp’s former business manager, TMG, recently claimed that the actor was fully aware that he was not allowed to bring in his dogs, Pistol and Boo, to Australia without proper documents.

    International Business Times
  • You'll Never Eat Another Gummy Bear or Marshmallow Again After Hearing What It's Made From

    If you look at the ingredients on a package of gummy bears — even organic ones — you'll see expected things like corn or brown rice syrup and sugar. But you'll also see something called gelatin. Seems innocent enough, but its source might surprise you. Gelatin is a yellowish, odorless, and nearly tasteless substance that is made by prolonged boiling of skin, cartilage, and bones from animals. It's made primarily from the stuff meat industries have left over — we're talking about pork skins, horns, and cattle bones. Ugh.

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  • LeBron James: Michael Jordan inspired me, Allen Iverson was the god

    Cleveland Cavaliers LeBron James has previously professed his admiration for Michael Jordan and Allen Iverson but offers even more high praise for the Philadelphia 76ers legend in Lee Jenkins' "Where are they Now" profile in the latest Sports Illustrated.“He represented what black kids were all about and he resonated with every inner-city kid in the world who had a struggle,” LeBron James says. “Michael Jordan inspired me, and I looked up to him, but he was out of this world. A.I. was really the god.”As a member of the Miami Heat, James played Philadelphia in 2013 and was in attendance for Iverson's retirement ceremony.Iverson scored 23,368 points in his 17-year NBA career, leading the league in scoring four times. He was named to 11 NBA All-Star rosters and seven All-NBA teams. He was inducted into the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame last year.Iverson is currently playing in Ice Cube's BIG3 basketball league.

    Sports Illustrated
  • 3 theories to explain Ottawa's violent year

    Statistics released this week show 2016 was the bloodiest year in Ottawa's recent history, and both police and criminologists are narrowing their focus on three theories to help explain why. 2016 saw 24 homicides in Ottawa, up from seven the previous year. Ottawa's homicide rate — the number of homicides per 100,000 people — rose to 2.6, rivalling the rate in Toronto. One idea swiftly gaining popularity at criminology conferences is what's known as the Ferguson Effect, a reference to the police shooting of Michael Brown in Ferguson, Mo., in 2014.

    CBC