- Entertainment HuffPost
You can't NOT see it now.
- Celebrity Town & Country
In true Lauren form.
- Lifestyle Women's Health
"I’m trying to squeeze out as much as I can."
- Celebrity Entertainment Tonight
Ben Affleck is putting his health first.
- Lifestyle PureWow
“My boyfriend can’t get over how many people I’ve slept with. I shouldn’t have told him, but he pressed me for the info. He was 'nerdy’ for most of high school and college, and just started coming into his own...
- Entertainment MarketWatch
Crilly, a veteran shark hunter, was with friends off Manasquan Inlet in New Jersey when he had a “once in a lifetime” experience - he came face to face with a great white shark estimated to be about 16 feet long and 2,000 pounds. Never seen anything like this before,” Crilly told NBC after the clip went viral overnight. Experts told NBC that Crilly's brush with the great white, which has seen its population rise in the area, may have been a hungry mother about to give birth.
- U.S. Associated Press
A Massachusetts woman who lived in a squalid, vermin-infested home where authorities found the remains of three babies was cleared Thursday of second-degree murder, but was convicted of lesser charges. Judge Janet Kenton-Walker said prosecutors did not prove that 35-year-old Erika Murray caused the death of one of the babies whom she had been charged with killing and hiding in her home filled with rodents, dead animals, dirty diapers and trash. Kenton-Walker called the case "senseless" and "tragic," but said she had to be guided by the evidence rather than her emotions.