According to the temporary custody agreement former spouses Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie agreed upon, Pitt is only permitted monitored visits of their six children. And as for when and under what circumstances he can see the kids — that’s determined by a child custody psychologist.
Bill Cosby has lost his fight to keep his 2005 deposition, where he admitted to buying Quaaludes giving them to women and “other people,” out of his criminal trial.
A grilled cheese sandwich seems like the simplest thing to make—it’s just bread and cheese, grilled—until you actually make one and you’re like, “that’s it?” and you realize a truly delicious grilled cheese sandwich requires some extra attention and methods you may not have considered.
In a strange turn of events that reflects America’s future as a horror show of the dumbest proportions, you may have heard that a North Carolina man traveled to a Washington, DC pizza establishment over the weekend and fired shots because he was convinced by fake news that the pizza establishment was a front for a…
Got $14 mil sitting in your bank account, collecting dust? Put that money to work and acquire this magnificent French chateau. It’s even 50 percent off its initial listing price from five years ago—what a steal!
With his controversial comments regarding the rape scene in Last Tango in Paris recirculating over the weekend, director Bernardo Bertolucci has released a statement claiming that actress Maria Schneider—contrary to reports—was informed about the film’s rape scene in advance.
This is a video of a raccoon named Buriburi sitting down like a human who’s had a day and eating a persimmon (minus the seed) in three elegant bites as its owner captures the entire moment on video. It was brought to my attention via this tweet, and I have watched it approximately 15 times in the past few minutes.
Justin Harris was arrested in 2014 after his son, Cooper, died in the backseat of his car. Evidence supported the prosecutor’s accusation that Harris knew his son was in the car, and he deliberately left him locked inside to die to escape his family life.
The trial of ex-cop Michael Slager who gunned down an unarmed Walter Scott as he fled has been declared a mistrial after the jury was unable to reach a unanimous decision.
In 1987, Richard Schmidt was first convicted of sexually abusing a child and sentenced to eighteen years in prison. He was released in 2000 on good behavior, settled in Baltimore, and by 2003 was under investigation for taking pornographic photos of two boys in the area. He fled to the Philippines, where he was…
Food is not the only thing that gets roasted in Patti LaBelle’s kitchen. The sweet potato pie guru/owner of one of the best voices in the universe/consummate diva, who’s been known to scream at children and fans alike, debuted her new cooking series over the weekend. Patti LaBelle’s Place lived up to the promise of…
The 2006 Oscar nominee you remember most fondly has a lot to do with the kind of person you are. If you’re, oh, someone who worked on the film Crash, that honor probably goes to Crash. If you’re, hmm, anyone else, you probably preferred Brokeback Mountain.
TRUMP TOWER—Jill Stein, her supporters, and a handful of counter-demonstrators gathered in Midtown Manhattan this morning to discuss the future of the republic. “She’s not actually asking for a recount,” Daby Carreras, a Republican money-manager who recently lost his bid for the New York State Assembly, said, standing…
In a video released on Monday, Republican North Carolina Governor Pat McCrory ended almost a full month of political maneuvering and protest filings and conceded the gubernatorial election to Democrat Roy Cooper, who won with a slim but decisive margin that’s grown to about 10,000 votes.
The most revealing thing about Mariah Carey these days is her cleavage-accentuating apparel. She is cagey in interviews to the point of making them useless. Her public persona is the embodiment of style over substance, a collection of idiosyncratic affectations and tics that relegate humanity only to the surface,…