Tana Mongeau, AKA Bella Thorne's current (past?) fling posted a screen shot of a message between her and Danielle Bregoli aka Bhad Bhabie. Although the message only contains emoji’s…Tana’s caption for the message is pretty telling.
Angels pitcher/outfielder Shohei Ohtani has a damaged ulnar collateral ligament in his right elbow, according to a physical obtained by Yahoo Sports. The UCL is the ligament that requires Tommy John surgery to repair, a procedure that often keeps pit
A senior executive at the Russian nuclear processing plant suspected to be behind a spike of radioactivity this fall has admitted that it emits the isotope that was recorded in the Ural mountains
European Union nations have agreed to set quota levels that ensure more sustainable fishing in the Northeastern Atlantic and the North Sea, but environmentalists insist the bloc is behind in its schedule to end overfishing by 2020
Greece's Supreme Court has ruled in favor of a request to extradite Russian cybercrime suspect Alexander Vinnik to the United States to stand trial for allegedly laundering billions of dollars using the virtual currency bitcoin
School authorities in northeast Ohio say a high school teacher has been placed on paid leave and is under investigation after a cellphone video surfaced showing him tackling a student inside a classroom
Non-profit organization, Women To Look Up To, has literally made women to look up to. TC Newman (@PurpleTCNewman) gives you a look at their Christmas tree toppers in the shape of Hillary Clinton, Beyonce, and Serena Williams.
Recently Cole Sprouse sat down with one of his friends Duan Mackenzie for a personal one-on-one interview. During this interview we got a little more insight into what brought Cole to his other passion besides acting photography. Not only that, we learned what caused Cole to pick up a camera, and why his brother Dylan is so happy about it.
Oklahoma City native Gayla Peevey has welcomed another hippopotamus to the city's zoo, more than 60 years after her song about wanting one for Christmas helped the facility purchase its first
The president of the Kontinental Hockey League says he is waiting to find out how many Russians will be banned from the Pyeongchang Olympics before deciding if he will allow his players to compete in South Korea