A second lawsuit has been filed against the Illinois State Police for issuing a firearm license to the convicted felon who killed five people and wounded several police officers at a suburban Chicago warehouse last month
BIG NEWS in Kylie Jenner’s friend group.. No Jordyn woods is NOT back in the circle… actually someone else got the boot! ALSO… Kylie’s fans think she’s pregnant thanks to an Old Wive’s tale…. Yeah we are talking dissecting this hippy dippy theory! And the marital problems plaguing Justin and Hailey Bieber are seemingly getting worse.. are they bringing in a divorce lawyer? Finally, we’ve got some good marital news… Shane Dawson and Ryland Adams are engaged!!! Let’s get into this piping hot tea right now on Hollyscoop’s Daily Rewind!
A growing majority of Americans want greater government spending on health care, and the increase is being driven by both Democrats and Republicans
The Florida Highway Patrol says a sports utility vehicle driven by an 82-year-old man ripped through a wooden barrier separating a parking lot from the beach and hit four children in the sand
Seems like everyone knows Rihanna’s name but a member of the royal family Needed some help from one of his sons about the Barbados native. Buzz60’s Mercer Morrison has the story.
Is Kylie Jenner pregnant with baby number 2?! After she posted this picture with Stormi her fans IMMEDIATELY started thinking that she was and now I don’t know what to think. Get your investigation caps out party people because we’re about to dive into the theory as to WHY Kylie’s fans believe she’s pregnant again RIGHT NOW.
Ichiro Suzuki says 'sayonara.' The 45-year-old Seattle Mariners star announced his retirement shortly after waving goodbye at the Tokyo Dome during a 5-4 win over Oakland in 12 innings.
Syracuse point guard Frank Howard will not play in the NCAA tournament for an indefinite period of time due to "a violation of athletic department policy," the school announced on Wednesday.
A scientific report says the Great Lakes region is warming faster than the rest of the U.S., which likely will bring more flooding and other extreme weather events such as heat waves and drought