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Lance Bass says Britney Spears was an early Uber backer and tried to convince him to invest too: 'I definitely am kicking myself'
Britney Spears was an early investor in Uber, which is currently valued at $80 billion, but it is unclear if she still retains that investment.
Ahmaud Arbery's accused killers have been charged with federal hate crimes, but experts explain why a conviction could be challenging
Among all criminal laws, hate crimes are unique in that they require prosecutors to prove a defendant's motive beyond a reasonable doubt.
- Miami Herald
Just mere days after a huge brawl at Miami International Airport, another massive fight broke out in the terminal Tuesday night.
- The Telegraph
Peter Phillips and his estranged wife, Autumn, are heading to court for a financial settlement hearing over their divorce. The couple, who have two daughters, announced last February that they were divorcing, after 12 years of marriage. A High Court judge will next week hear from lawyers for each party as they seek to separate their finances and agree a settlement. The pre-trial review hearing will be heard remotely before Mr Justice Peel in the Family Division. Mr Phillips has retained Nicholas Yates QC, a leading divorce lawyer whose online profile says he handles “complex cases relating to significant assets and jurisdictional disputes” and also “leads negotiations in high-value postnuptial agreements”. He worked alongside Ayesha Vardag last year, representing wealthy businessman Simrin Choudhrie, 38, who sought £100 million from Bhanu Choudhrie, 41, an heir of one of India's richest families who appeared on the Channel 4 reality show The Secret Millionaire. Mr Phillips, 43, the only son of the Princess Royal, has applied for reporting restrictions barring the disclosure of financial and other personal details.
Bill Gates spent one weekend a year with his ex-girlfriend under an agreement with his wife. Here's how to know if that would help your marriage, according to a therapist.
Negotiating a monogamy exception agreement into your marriage is perfectly fine, but being on the same page is crucial, therapist Jennifer Mann said.
Derek Chauvin was indicted in the arrest of a 14-year-old whom prosecutors say he knelt on for 17 minutes and hit with a flashlight
Court filings say Chauvin hit the boy with a flashlight, grabbed his throat, and knelt on him for 17 minutes during a 2017 arrest.
- Yahoo News
Just months after then-first lady Melania Trump unveiled her controversial redesign of the beloved space directly outside the Oval Office, some are calling for her successor, Jill Biden, to undo those changes and return the Rose Garden to the celebrated vision realized by the Kennedy administration in 1961.
Guy Fieri taught Insider's food reporter how to make the "ultimate" grilled cheese over Zoom - and called it his most entertaining interview.
- Business Insider
Daily Mail asked a judge to dismiss MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell's lawsuit, arguing that reporting he dated a '30 Rock' star isn't defamatory
MyPillow CEO and election conspiracy theorist Mike Lindell sued The Daily Mail over a report that he dated "30 Rock" actress Jane Krakowski.
- The Week
Dr. Rajendra Kapila, an infectious disease expert and professor at Rutgers New Jersey Medical School, died of COVID-19 last month while in India. Kapila, 81, died on April 28, three weeks after testing positive for COVID-19, ABC News reports. India is the world's biggest COVID-19 hotspot, and Kapila went to the country to help care for relatives, his ex-wife, Dr. Bina Kapila, told WABC. She said he only planned on staying in India for a short period of time. In a statement, Rutgers called Kapila a "genuine giant in the field of infectious diseases" who was "recognized worldwide and sought out for his legendary knowledge and extraordinary clinical acumen in diagnosing and treating the most complex infectious diseases." Kapila founded Rutgers' Division of Infectious Diseases, was a founding member of the New Jersey Infectious Disease Society, and "provided care to tens of thousands of patients and trained numerous generations of medical students, residents, and fellows," Rutgers said. His wife, Dr. Deepti Saxena-Kapila, said her husband was fully vaccinated before traveling to India; while it is extremely rare for a vaccinated person to die of COVID-19, most who have died had underlying health conditions and were older, ABC News reports. Kapila's ex-wife told WABC he had heart issues and diabetes. More stories from theweek.com5 brutally funny cartoons about the GOP's shunning of Liz CheneyConservatives say McConnell is battling the Democrats' voting rights bill with 'Supreme Court fight' fervorLiz Cheney's heresy
- Architectural Digest
The actor is hosting the ultimate giveaway to support the Clooney Foundation for Justice
- The Independent
Liz Cheney secretly organised move to help stop Trump using military to overturn election, report claims
Former advisor to Dick Cheney says ‘Liz is living reproach to all these cowards’
Olivia Rodrigo says she didn't feel 'attractive' growing up because she doesn't have 'European features'
The 18-year-old "Drivers License" singer is Filipino American: "I don't look exactly like the girl next door in all these movies."
Floyd Mayweather's entourage reportedly gave Jake Paul a black eye after the YouTube star tried to steal the boxer's hat
Jake Paul and Floyd Mayweather's entourage brawled at a press conference ahead of the professional boxer's June 6 match against Logan Paul.
- Lexington Herald-Leader
The state’s workers’ compensation Special Fund failed to notice the deaths of several hundred of its beneficiaries.
- Miami Herald
Temperature checks are over at Universal Orlando Resort.
'How Can Modi Be Forgiven?' India's COVID-19 Crisis May Be Turning the Middle Class Against the Prime Minister
India's COVID-19 crisis is hollowing out the middle class. That might be bad news for Modi
Dave Bautista turned down 'Suicide Squad' for 'Army of the Dead' because he was offered 'a lot more money'
Dave Bautista said James Gunn wrote a role specifically for him in the upcoming "Suicide Squad" movie.
'Queer Eye' star Antoni Porowski wants you to know he's aware he's not a chef: 'I feel more comfortable referring to myself as a home cook'
Antoni Porowski opened up to Insider about cooking for his loved ones, some of his favorite recipes, and missing his "Queer Eye" castmates.
- USA TODAY
The Justice Department is asking Arizona Senate President Karen Fann to respond to concerns about ballot security and potential voter intimidation.