Selena Hill

Six Found Dead in Grisly Apparent Murder-Suicide in South Carolina

A SWAT team discovered six dead bodies, including two children, in a South Carolina home on Tuesday in what police believe is a murder-suicide involving members of a family.
Mom's Message to Pumpkin Thief

DC Mom’s Handwritten Message to Pumpkin Thief Goes Viral [Photo]

One Washington, D.C. mom devised a clever and funny way to scold the thief who stole a Halloween pumpkin from her baby.
Lady Gaga at 2013 VMAs

Lady GaGa Nearly Nude on 'X Factor,' Over 200 Viewers Complain (Photo, Video)

Although Lady Gaga is known for pushing the envelope with her theatrical performances and eccentric costumes, some viewers say her performance Sunday night on Britain's "The X Factor" went too far.
MTA Bus

MTA Bus Driver Calls 10-Year-Old Muslim Boy 'Terrorist,' Kicks Him Off for Praying in Arabic

A Muslim boy was reportedly called a "terrorist" and kicked off a public bus in New York City after the driver overheard him reciting an Arabic prayer.
Chris Brown

Chris Brown's Family, Friends Plead for Singer to Enter Rehab and Seek Therapy

After getting into another scuffle and spending more time in jail over the weekend, it comes as no surprise that Chris Brown's family and friends are worried about his well being.
Reverend Al Sharpton (L) and Barneys New York CEO Mark Lee

'Shopping While Black': Al Sharpton Addresses Racial Discrimination With Barneys CEO in 'Candid' Meeting

On Tuesday, civil rights activist Al Sharpton says he and other community leaders sat down with the CEO of Barneys New York for a "candid" meeting in regards to the recent allegations of racial profiling at high end department stores.
Obamacare Protest

Funny 'Obamacare: More Than a Glitch' Parody Video Goes Viral [Watch]

The Affordable Care Act has been a hot topic of debate since House Republicans shutdown the federal government in an attempt to undercut the law and a website glitch that impaired its debut on October 1.
Smartphone Saved Store Clerk

Smartphone Stops Bullet and Saves Florida Store Clerk's Life During Armed Robbery

A Florida gas station clerk is lucky to be alive today thanks to his smartphone, which blocked a bullet fired at his chest during an attempted armed robbery.
Mega Millions lottery ticket

Mega Millions Numbers & Results October 29, 2013: Live Stream of Drawing Time; $75M Jackpot

If you're a Mega Millions ticket holder, then you should be gearing up for the Tuesday, Oct. 29 drawing for the lottery jackpot, which currently stands at a whopping $75 million.
Muppets Most Wanted official movie poster

'Muppets Most Wanted' Movie Poster Features Kermit's Evil Dopplerganger, Watch Trailer

On Monday, Disney unveiled the poster for their upcoming Muppets sequel, "Muppets Most Wanted" featuring everyone's favorite puppet gang.
Halloween Snowstorm

Halloween Snowstorm News, Updates, Maps: Strong Winter Storm Predicted to Hit Rockies, West and Midwest

Some children in parts of the country may have to put their trick-or-treating plans on hold as forecasters predict that certain regions will be hit with a scary Halloween snowstorm this week.
Ciara

Ciara and Future Tie the Knot, Rings Will Soon Cover Tattoos

Ciara's boyfriend, Future, a Southern rapper and music producer whose real name is Nayvadius Wilburn, proposed to the Grammy-award winning singer during her 28 birthday celebration in New York.
Chris Brown Court

Chris Brown Allegedly Used Gay Slurs and Assaulted Fan, Could Face Jail Time

Chris Brown is back in court and in trouble.The 24-year-old bad boy pop singer appeared in court Monday after allegedly assaulting a fan over the weekend.
Protesters the filing of the Municipal Bankruptcy in Detroit

Detroit Bankruptcy Trial: Emergency Manager, Gov. Rick Snyder Testify

On Monday Detroit's emergency manager testified that he had thought he had as late as June to avoid a bankruptcy filing although he knew time was running out for the city and its creditors to agree to concessions.
Second NYC Mayoral Debate

NYC Mayoral Election: Tuesday Debate Postponed Out of Respect for Hurricane Sandy Victims

Instead of holding a televised debate on Tuesday--the first anniversary of Hurricane Sandy--New York City mayoral candidates Bill de Blasio and Joseph J. Lhota have requested to move their debate to Wednesday.

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