• Oops: Novak Djokovic caught getting scolded by wife after failing to end Facebook Live session

    Thanks to the power of social media, today’s athletes have the power to share anything and everything with their legion of fans. Unfortunately, as Novak Djokovic learned, “everything” sometimes includes moments that aren’t meant for public consumption. The world No. 2, who is recovering from a shoulder injury, broadcasted his practice session Thursday on Facebook Live, filmed by his wife, Jelena.

  • Madonna’s twin daughters are too cute in matching tracksuits

    Madonna took to Instagram to share a new photo of her adopted twins Esther and Stella on Tuesday (Feb. 21). The superstar confirmed that she had welcomed the twins into her family earlier this month, with a photo showing her holding hands with Esther and Stella. "I can officially confirm I have completed the process of adopting twin sisters from Malawi and am overjoyed that they are now part of our family," she told her fans.

  • Man admits to strangling common-law wife, burning body so he could go out for beer

    A man from Airdrie, Alta., has admitted to strangling his common-law wife and burning her body in an abandoned building because he wanted to go drink beer at Boston Pizza with a friend. Duane Redelback pleaded guilty to manslaughter on Thursday in the 2006 death of Ruth Degayo, whose burned body was found in an abandoned building in Exshaw, about 20 kilometres east of Canmore. Nearly a decade after the homicide, Redelback told two undercover officers that he and Degayo had a fight on the night of Jan. 7, 2006, because she wanted to go to the mall and he wanted to have beers with a friend, according to an agreed statement of facts.

  • Wall with Canada? White House spokesman, media share a laugh over question

    White House spokesman Sean Spicer laughed off the idea of building a wall along the northern U.S. border Thursday after a journalist from Montana floated the notion during his daily media briefing. Spicer and the assembled reporters had to guffaw when the NBC News reporter, taking part via video link, asked whether there were plans to apply to Canada the same treatment U.S. President Donald Trump has directed at Mexico. Cue the chuckles in the White House briefing room.

  • 9 things in your home that are making you unhappy

    When you walk into a room, pay attention to how you feel. Do your surroundings inspire you? Or do you experience a vaguely persistent "blah" feeling? If the latter rings true, you might want to take a second look at the decor and clutter within the space. Surprisingly, these things can have an impact on your day-to-day emotions, according to experts. From Cosmopolitan UK

  • Demi Lovato Talks Awkward Grammy Night in See-Through Dress With Dad as Her Date

    Prior to her stellar performance of the Bee Gees’ “Stayin’ Alive” at the Grammy Awards, Demi Lovato walked the red carpet in a stunning, almost completely see-through dress. Lovato appeared on Ellen Wednesday, where she talked about why that dress made for an awkward evening: Her date for the night was her dad.

  • The Warriors crushed the Clippers' dreams again with a 50-point quarter

    Stephen Curry and Kevin Durant celebrate being better than the Clippers. No matter how a game between the Golden State Warriors and Los Angeles Clippers goes, the result is the same - the Warriors win, often via blowout, and leave a demoralized Clippers team in their wake. Golden State came into Thursday night’s contest at Oracle Arena with nine straight victories over their fiercest divisional rivals, a run that belied the bad blood between the sides but which has also added to it.