Sounds like the worst is behind them. Kendra Wilkinson's marriage to Hank Baskett was in serious jeopardy as recently as seven months ago, but these days, the two are more loved up than ever. -- This feed and its contents are the property of The Huffington Post, and use is subject to our terms. It may be used for personal consumption, but may not be distributed on a website. Via: Cocktails
CLEVELAND (AP) — While acknowledging he can't appeal an acquittal, an Ohio prosecutor says a judge made serious errors before finding a Cleveland police officer not guilty in the deaths of two unarmed suspects, and he wants an appeals court to order the judge to correct the record.
Cuyuhoga County Assistant Prosecutor Timothy McGinty said in Friday court documents posted on The Plain Dealer website (http://bit.ly/1QgnV5G ) that Judge John O'Donnell's reasoning in the voluntary manslaughter trial of Officer Michael Brelo could ...
An NBC-affiliated television station in Chattanooga, Tennessee, has declined to air a pro-gay marriage ad starring a conservative Republican soldier.
Dr. Jesse Ehrenfeld is a combat anesthesiologist who served in Afghanistan with the Navy. In the ad, which is produced by the group Freedom To Marry, he says that he's "fighting a different fight" in the state where he and his partner, Judd Taback, live.
“I’m a Republican, I’m a doctor and I’m a soldier,” Ehrenfeld says in a voice-over in the ...
Rain Pryor is used to being introduced as the "daughter of Richard Pryor." But nearly ten years after the legendary comedian's death, Rain shares that she no longer feels heavily conflicted by the mention of her father. With a revamped take of her one-woman show Fried Chicken & Latkes she has finally come into her own.
"For a time I felt like I was only Richard Pryor's daughter. People just wanted me to be like him," she said. "I feel like ...
Ed Sheeran and Taylor Swift are BFFs and bedtime texters, and it's going to stay that way.
During an interview with Power 105.1's "The Breakfast Club" on Friday, a co-host asked Sheeran if he's ever tried to hook up with the "Style" singer.
"No," Sheeran said, after adorably explaining that he "gets on really well with her" in a professional sense. When asked whether or not Swift is Sheeran's type, he quickly said she was "too tall."
"I feel like we look like ...
Melissa McCarthy thought she had the only two hard copies of her first headshots, but, oh, was she wrong.
During Friday's episode of "The Graham Norton Show," the host dug up two of McCarthy's first headshots, which are almost too good to be true. The "Spy" star shared the story behind the photos, explaining that she'd posed as two of her comedy characters from the time. One was Carol, a woman who passed out cheese samples in a grocery store.
For the ...
Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) said on Saturday that he would block the Senate from passing an extension of the Patriot Act, which is set to expire at 12:01 a.m. Monday.
"Forcing us to choose between our rights and our safety is a false choice and we are better than that as a nation and as a people," Paul said in a statement Saturday that was first reported by Politico. "So tomorrow, I will force the expiration of the NSA illegal spy program."
Secretary of Labor Frances Perkins shaking hands with steel workers in Homestead, Pennsylvania in July 1933. Perkins stands behind President Franklin Roosevelt as he signs the Social Security Act into law on August 14, 1935.
A recent poll found that 63 percent of Americans support a federal minimum wage of $15-an-hour. Despite attacks from conservatives, Social Security is overwhelmingly popular. Most Americans take for granted the idea that employees shouldn't be forced ...
There are only two ways to live your life: for today or for tomorrow. And one very chill ringside New York Rangers fan decided to live for the former on Friday.
Asked on live TV how much he paid for his seats to the Game 7 matchup between his Rangers and the Tampa Bay Lightning in Madison Square Garden, he enthusiastically responded: “My man, I paid forty. Five. Hundred. Dollars.” Then he did this:
Informed that people were willing to pay as ...
BEIRUT, May 30 (Reuters) - Islamic State blew up a major prison complex in the central Syrian city of Palmyra on Saturday, according to a group monitoring the war, destroying an important symbol of government control in the jihadist-held city.
The prison was empty of people at the time of the detonation, said Rami Abdulrahman from the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights. Islamic State announced the explosion in a statement on social media and supporters posted pictures of huge clouds of grey ...