Police reports indicate that the 5-year-old boy who went missing had been living in squalor as recently as December when an officer dispatched to the scene said the "smell of feces" in a bedroom was overwhelming
Did Justin Bieber LIE when he announced at Coachella that he has an album coming soon? Well…sadly it looks like it. On the bright side though…he is doing MUCH better when it come to his mental health. PLUS…the guy posted a tribute to his wife and the comment section was FLOODED with those who prefer him with Selena Gomez… Speaking of Selena…there’s a fan theory going around that she has a collaboration with Taylor Swift on her upcoming album and my Swiftie loving self might actually lose my you know what. We’re talking about the latest with the Biebers and Selena right now and trust me you don’t want to miss it.
Most players for the Triple-A Iowa Cubs live in hotels or apartments during the season, but one of their minor league pitchers has chosen to live in a self-built 104-square-foot tiny house this summer
New York City has agreed to pay $1 million to a toxicologist who says she was forced out of her job in 2015 after raising questions about a type of DNA testing
A 24-year-old Wisconsin man has stepped forward to claim a $768 million Powerball jackpot, the nation's third-largest lottery prize, saying he "pretty much felt lucky" the day he bought his tickets
If you didn’t think Tristan Thompson could get ANY worse well I’m here to tell you HE CAN…as he is now BLAMING Khloe Kardashian for ruining HIS reputation. Uh you just can’t make this up…on a positive note though…this whole thing has made Khloe want to QUIT her addiction to ATHLETES. PLUS…we have some Kylie news for you. She has officially kicked Jordyn Woods OFF of ONE social media platform. And FINALLY…we NEED to talk about Blac Chyna claiming she’s been bullied…humiliated…manipulated and discredited as a mom. YEAH…the KarJenner tea is HOT today people so pinkies up and let’s get to it.
Federal officials have released a plan to save sagebrush habitats in Western states that support cattle ranching, recreation and 350 wildlife species, including imperiled sage grouse
One hundred years ago, just 11% of humans had a fabella, a tiny bone embedded in the tendon behind the knee. Last year, the percentage of people worldwide with that bone spiked to 39%, and scientists are trying to figure out why a bone that doctors generally think is "pointless"...