It’s the most wonderful time of the year…. Black Friday is almost here! But if you are already feeling overwhelmed with emails and signs everywhere of all the amazing deals you can score, have no fear. We are breaking it down for you. Susana Victoria Perez has more.
While Justin Bieber was on the receiving end of some SHADE from Aaron Carter...Hailey Bieber is too busy to care as she is gearing up to spend her FIRST holiday with Justin as his WIFE and the girl could not be more ready to give thanks for the best year of her life. I'm giving you all your Justin news you need to know... right now!
Capt. Andrew Collins doesn't deny he stood in his birthday suit in front of his hotel window at Denver International Airport in September. He just didn't think anyone could see him, he now tells the Denver Post . But the 54-year-old United Airlines pilot was definitely visible to a bunch of...
The Markelle Fultz saga continues in Philadelphia as the second-year guard seeks advice from a shoulder specialist. Can the 76ers salvage the situation with the former No. 1 pick?
A Chicago-area woman was nearly three times over the legal limit when she slammed her SUV head-on into a Jeep in northwestern Indiana, causing the deaths of a couple, their son and herself
Travis Scott MIGHT have called Kylie Jenner WIFE TWICE this past weekend. Once on stage, and once on Instagram. But now Kylie and Travis are clearing up WHY they continue to throw around those words 'Hubby and Wifey.' I have the latest on Kylie and Travis right now so stay tuned.
Light rain falling in some areas of Northern California could aid crews fighting a deadly wildfire while raising the risk of flash floods and complicating efforts to recover the remains of those killed
NASA will embark next year on a months-long investigation into SpaceX and Boeing to "ensure the companies are meeting NASA's requirements for workplace safety, including the adherence to a drug-free environment." Those final words are key. Though a safety review of companies enlisted to carry NASA astronauts to the International...
Facebook has appealed its 500,000 pound ($644,000) fine for failing to protect the privacy of its users in the Cambridge Analytica scandal, arguing that U.K regulators failed to prove that British users were harmed in the scandal