According to news outlets, a witness told police that Donald Gekonge had texted the managers, telling them he was in New York for business.
- Yahoo Canada Style
The Toronto-based social media star died last week, according to a post made by her parents.
Disneyland Resort officials announced on Thursday a special ticket offer for the Disneyland and Disney California Adventure parks exclusively for Southern California residents.
Buckingham Palace staffer who resigned over racist comments once reportedly said Harry and Meghan's marriage would 'end in tears'
Lady Susan Hussey resigned after reportedly asking a Black charity founder "where they really came from" multiple times during a royal event.
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TikToker Katie Sigmond recorded herself hitting a golf ball into Grand Canyon and her club flew in after it. Here are the crimes she was charged with.
"I laughed involuntarily. His comment was so absurd and insulting that I felt my brain separate from my body, like I wasn’t there."
The couple's three-day trip comes amid fresh racism allegations for Britain's royal institution.
Kim Kardashian and Kanye West have officially cemented their “single parent” status and wiped their hands clean from one another as spouses. The Blast reported on November 29th that Kanye and Kim, along with their respective legal teams, reached a settlement agreement regarding the custody of their four children and the division of properties. Kim […]
Experts fear the consolidation of Kroger and Albertsons could give shoppers even less control over the cost of their groceries.
- Raleigh News and Observer
“When I first heard about it, I didn’t believe it,” the homeowner told media outlets.
- Associated Press
A rural Arizona county certified its midterm election results on Thursday, following the orders of a judge who ruled that Republican supervisors broke the law when they refused to sign off on the vote count by this week's deadline. Secretary of State Katie Hobbsfiled suit Monday, as did a local voter and a group of retirees, asking a judge to force the supervisors to certify the election, a process formally known as a canvass.
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The witness told officials that he overheard someone inside the home state that multiple people were on their way to “have their way with her.”
The Trump Org. hopes to beat a corporate tax-fraud rap by invoking a three-word legal loophole and convincing jurors the Trump family knew nothing.
UPDATED with family statement: Deadline has confirmed that the NYPD has identified a body found dumped outside a Bronx sheet-metal manufacturing factory Monday as Frank Vallelonga Jr., a sometime actor most notable for his role in 2018’s Green Book. He was 60. Vallelonga’s family said Thursday that he died November 28. In Best Picture Oscar […]
Is love in the air in Boston, Massachusetts? It’s known as the Cradle of Liberty, and it could potentially lead to a cradle of a different sort for Prince William and Kate Middleton, according to an inside source. The royal couple are reportedly “going with the flow” when it comes to getting pregnant with baby […]
Amy Robach & Her Husband Are Officially Divorcing After Her Rumored Affair With TJ Holmes—They’ve Been ‘Rocky’ For Years
You may recognize her husband, Andrew Shue, as one of the heartthrobs from "Melrose Place."
TikToker shares disappointing reveal of $7,000 custom 'nightmare' wedding dress at her final fitting — 2 months before a 500-person wedding
Ten weeks before her wedding day, Josephine Pepa saw the final product: A "nightmare" she'd spend double the money replacing.
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Belgium and Germany have been eliminated from the 2022 FIFA World Cup. Here's how the European soccer giants were left out of the round of 16.
"My first thought was that I have to share this with my mom," local resident Alex Cross, 30, tells PEOPLE of her impromptu exchange with the royal
The tweet was removed during an InfoWars broadcast where Ye told Alex Jones, “We got to stop dissing Nazis all the time.”
(Bloomberg) -- The Justice Department’s criminal investigation into Donald Trump’s handling of White House documents got a major boost Thursday, as a federal appeals court ruled a judge was wrong to interfere with the probe by appointing a special master to review material seized from the former president’s Mar-a-Lago home.Most Read from BloombergMusk’s Neuralink Hopes to Implant Computer in Human Brain in Six MonthsBeverly Hills Cop Was California’s Highest-Paid Municipal WorkerAn Arizona Count