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There's no doubt Amelia Hamlin is a fashion risk-taker! The model stopped by a London Fashion Week party in a head-turning ensemble made entirely of see-through netting.
Family travel vloggers share video they believe shows Gabby Petito and Brian Laundrie's van around time of her disappearance
Jenn Bethune said she found the footage, which was recorded by her husband accidentally on August 27, at 1 a.m. Sunday.
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Woman describes helping stabbing victim at Oklahoma State Fair
It looks like they're someplace steamy.
“I refuse to do accents.” Rapper and actress Awkwafina firmly stated the above during a 2017 interview with Vice when […] The post Awkwafina ‘open to the conversation’ about her history of AAVE use on-screen appeared first on TheGrio.
Police say they're investigating an unconfirmed picture of a man who looks a 'heck' of a lot like Brian Laundrie
Brian Laundrie, the boyfriend of the missing 22-year-old YouTuber Gabby Petito, has also been missing as of Tuesday, his lawyer said.
- Hello Beautiful
Jordyn Woods celebrated her early birthday last night in a crystal chain dress and the Internet is in a frenzy!
- The Wrap
"This speech is going to be f---ing short," the actor who plays Roy Kent said
710 Indigenous people, mostly girls, were reported missing over the past decade in Wyoming, the same state where Gabby Petito reportedly disappeared
Search efforts for Petito, whose disappearance has caused a national furor, have focused on Grand Teton National Park in Wyoming.
Not even Khai's grandma is allowed to show her face.
- Business Insider
Making fun of anti-vaxxers who died of COVID-19 is a dark indication that we've all surrendered to the disease
We don't have to be nice to anti-vaxxers, but instead of making light of them when they die from COVID-19, let's try and prevent that from happening.
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Even as evangelicals maintain their position as the most popular religion in the U.S., a movement of self-described "exvangelicals" is breaking away, using social media to engage tens of thousands of former faithful.The big picture: Donald Trump's presidency, as well as movements around LGBTQ rights, #MeToo and Black Lives Matter, drew more Americans into evangelical churches while also pushing some existing members away.Get market news worthy of your time with Axios Markets. Subscribe for free.
- KABC – Los Angeles
Someone fired a gun multiple times at a car in Riverside, killing a man inside and narrowly missing a baby in a car seat.
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Slain teen's family forced to relive her death on social media
- Good Housekeeping
OMG, these comments!
The sister love! I'm emotional!
Which is the better muscle car?
- E! News
After authorities found human remains "consistent with the description" of missing woman Gabby Petito, her father and brother shared their emotional reactions on social media.
Royal fans noticed familiar themes in the images.