- CelebrityGood Housekeeping
Meghan Markle reportedly wanted to be the Queen Bee of the royal family, leading to clashes between her and Palace staff.
Another day, another slay.
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The appeal to the Supreme Court was the latest step in a legal fight over classified documents seized by the FBI in August at Trump's Mar-a-Lago club.
From Zendaya to Alfonso Ribeiro to ... Chris Hemsworth?!
- SportsThe Daily Beast
YouTube/St. Louis PRO Chess League via Wikimedia CommonsAn investigation into the career of Hans Niemann, the chess grandmaster embroiled in an alleged cheating scandal, has found a disturbingly widespread pattern of suspicious behavior far beyond what the 19-year-old had previously publicly admitted to. The 72-page report, compiled by online platform Chess.com and reviewed by The Wall Street Journal, alleges that Niemann had “likely cheated” in more than 100 online matches, including several pl
Sources tell PEOPLE that Bündchen has hired a divorce lawyer after months of tension between her and husband Brady
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Reports of a "nuclear train" heading to Ukraine have spread online but these reports should be treated with caution, according to an expert. This video was released online yesterday, and some reports have claimed it shows a convoy of the unit responsible for transporting Russia's nuclear arsenal heading to Ukraine. Forbes McKenzie, former British Army intelligence officer and chief executive of McKenzie Intelligence Services Ltd, told Sky News: "The train that has been observed has all the sig
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The Blue Jays have clinched home-field advantage for the MLB wild-card series but how would Toronto fare against the Seattle Mariners in a three-game postseason set?
King Charles is poised to give Prince William and Kate Middleton "Frogmore House," a massive mansion on the Windsor estate. Details here.
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One month after their counteroffensive began, Ukrainian forces have gained significant ground following months of Russia’s advances in the south and east of the country.
Florida alligators and snakes are swarming around unlivable homes that have been ravaged by Hurricane Ian: fire official
"There are a lot [of] places that are not livable," Sanibel Fire Chief William Briscoe told CNN. "There are alligators running around."