On Life of Kylie, Kylie Jenner and her best friend Jordyn Woods were visiting Peru when they decided it was time to take their relationship to the next level.
Mariah Carey struggles through another awkward and motionless performance while being honored at VH1’s “Hip Hop Honors."
Several passengers on the ferries that sail to and from Bell Island refused to leave their vehicles Monday once onboard, causing hours of delays. Police were called to the terminal in Portugal Cove-St. Philip's and other ferry passengers fumed as the ferry - which was supposed to depart at 11:15 a.m. for Bell Island - didn't budge. "All ferry services in the province require that passengers vacate their vehicles before the vessel is permitted to sail and until the vessel is safely berthed," according to the statement.
The U.S. military flew advanced bombers and stealth jets over the Korean Peninsula and near Japan in drills with South Korean and Japanese warplanes on Monday, three days after North Korea fired a missile over Japan. The United States often sends powerful military aircraft in a show of force in times of heightened animosities with North Korea. The North launched its latest missile as it protested against tough new U.N. sanctions over its sixth nuclear test on Sept. 3.
A Calgary woman who pleaded guilty to fraud after pretending to have breast cancer and to have lost everything in the Fort McMurray fires will not spend time behind bars if she respects the conditions of her probation. When she pretended to have cancer, Jennifer Halford was so mentally ill, having suffered trauma after trauma, she'd developed an "overwhelming need to be cared for," according to a psychiatric report prepared ahead of her sentencing hearing. Good Samaritans rallied to help Halford after she said she had breast cancer and also pretended to have lost everything in the Fort McMurray wildfires in 2016.
Prince Charles may not live at Buckingham Palace when he is King, a new report has suggested. Sources suggest he would continue to host state banquets, diplomatic receptions and the like at Buckingham Palace, and may even provide space for his private office and communications team, but that he and his wife Camilla would remain at Clarence House, his London home formerly occupied by the Queen Mother. There are also murmurs that Charles, 68, would open the palace to the public on a larger scale, to make it more commercially viable.