- CelebrityGood Housekeeping
Prince William still cannot forgive Prince Harry for leaving England, but there was a "sense of relief" when he did because the "drama was gone."
- US PoliticsThe Wrap
The former president accidentally said "gay" instead of "great" while speaking at a rally in North Carolina
A private island in Canada with a 4-bedroom home is on sale for less than the average house in America. Take a look.
Duval Island, a private island in Ontario, Canada, is on the market. It sits on 5.40 acres of land and has a four-bedroom home and guest cabin.
- NewsBusiness Insider
Video shows mobilized Russian soldiers drunkenly fighting one another as Putin's controversial new draft gathers pace
Inebriated Russian soldiers have been a feature of the Ukraine invasion, with some men being killed in drunken brawls.
- LifestyleHouse Beautiful
Get the best hallway ideas and inspiration with tips from home experts and interior designers on decorating your entrance, with this hallway decor ideas guide.
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Fiona, now a post-tropical cyclone, made landfall in Atlantic Canada early Saturday with hurricane-force winds and heavy rain.
Prince William and Kate Middleton realized they needed to 'up their game' after Meghan Markle's first royal engagement, according to a new book
According to Katie Nicholl's book "The New Royals," the Fab Four's relationship transitioned after Meghan Markle's first royal engagement in 2018.
- US PoliticsINSIDER
Donald Trump shared a Friday post on Truth Social, which said he was "second" only to Jesus. His supporters have made similar comparisons before.
- NewsAssociated Press
Pink Floyd co-founder Roger Waters has canceled concerts planned in Poland amid outrage over his stance on Russia's war against Ukraine, Polish media reported Saturday. An official with the Tauron Arena in Krakow, where Waters was scheduled to perform two concerts in April, said they would no longer take place. “Roger Waters’ manager decided to withdraw ... without giving any reason," Lukasz Pytko from Tauron Arena Krakow said Saturday in comments carried by Polish media outlets.
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Cops chased dead ends for 40 years in a California teen's cold case. Then a suspect's relative emerged.
The 1982 rape and killing of 15-year-old Karen Stitt had frustrated California cops for decades before a suspect's relative and DNA led to an arrest.
Along with posting a joyful bikini snap, Gwyneth Paltrow spoke candidly about her thoughts on turning 50 next week in a post on her Goop blog