Christmas tree up in Penn Square
- In The Know by Yahoo
He was committed to getting the shot.
Twitter users, meanwhile, cracked ketchup jokes about the conviction of the former president's company for tax fraud.
The leftovers are gone. The temperature is dropping. Mariah Carey is playing around the clock. It must be time to do some Christmas decorating! Take a Look Back: 2022 Year in ReviewLearn: 3 Easy Tips...
As Teresa Giudice declared in a December 4 Instagram Story video, “It’s starting to look a lot like Christmas” at her New Jersey home. In the video, The Real Housewives of New Jersey cast member was in her car as she pulled up to the house she shares with her husband, Luis “Louie” Ruelas. Trees on both sides of her were adorned with bright white lights, and as she got closer to her front door, a trio of Christmas trees set the festive mood. An illuminated garland was placed over the doorway just
- The Takeout
ALDI has been working all year to remain one of the cheapest grocery items in the face of inflation, and for the most part it seems to be working—the store gained more than one million new customers in 2022. Thankfully, it manages to maintain those low prices during the holiday season, making it an easy and affordable one-stop shop for some great edible gifts this time of year.
- House Beautiful
Check out this year's Serena & Lily holiday houses, which are made up of in-store Christmas makeovers from top interior designers. Shop all the spaces here!
We all know that Sutton Stracke has a knack for design. Whether she’s putting together a Parisian-style luncheon for the girls or crafting the perfect aesthetic for her West Hollywood store, Sutton, The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills cast member definitely knows how to set up a space and create ideal ambience. The holidays are no different for Sutton, who goes all out each year with the perfect amount of dazzling decorations that still evoke a classic cozy vibe. This year, the mom of three sha
The three fast-food burger giants all have the same idea (here's how you can get a free meal and some great deals).
- Fox News
Tennessee police officers intervened in a robbery attempt at a mall Saturday evening, possibly preventing a crime spree from spreading to other areas.
- Better Homes & Gardens
Start your day with one of these easy breakfast ideas.
- Military Times
An unknown number of Fort Bragg personnel live in the affected area.
- Charlotte Observer
“We’ve been canceled! Again,” the group said in a news release about the situation.
- LA Times
Five women, including two "Cosby Show" actors, have filed a sexual assault lawsuit against disgraced comedian Bill Cosby, NBC and TV companies.
- In The Know by Yahoo
The viral project has women swooning.
- The Providence Journal
Oscar-nominated actor James Woods is challenging his neighbor's effort to build a home on Boone Lake
The mother of Athena Strand, the 7-year-old Texas girl whom a FedEx contract driver is accused of kidnapping and killing, shared a heartbreaking message about her daughter.
On Monday, the Supreme Court heard arguments in a case that’s framed as being about free speech but is actually a Trojan horse for upending civil rights protections. So, naturally, the Supreme Court’s chief troll, Justice Samuel Alito, decided to joke around about the Ku Klux Klan.
- Detroit Free Press
Judge Regina Thomas revoked his bond in case involving an incident in 2020.
- Good Morning America
Moscow, Idaho, police are looking for more information on the movements of University of Idaho students Xana Kernodle and Ethan Chapin, who were at the Sigma Chi fraternity house in the hours before they were killed along with two other Idaho students last month. Police said the couple, both 20 years old, was believed to be at Chapin's frat house from 9 p.m. on Nov. 12 to 1:45 a.m. on Nov. 13. Chapin and Kernodle's timeline "seems to be one of the larger areas that we don't have a lot of information in," Idaho State Police spokesman Aaron Snell told ABC News.
- Tallahassee Democrat
Reality television couple, Todd and Julie Chrisley, were recommended to serve their sentences for fraud and tax evasion in Florida prisons.