Sure, you’re no fan of the wedding industrial complex and the nauseating pressure it creates, but oftentimes those weddings in magazines are so pretty. And wouldn’t it be flattering if The Knot thought your wedding was pretty, too, and wanted to feature it in their print magazine? Eh? Ehhhh?
It was announced today that Rep. Gabrielle Giffords reads the final chapter of her memoir in the accompanying audiobook. Gabby: A Story of Courage and Hope was co-written by Giffords' husband Mark Kelly and he reads the rest of the book. Giffords has reportedly been struggling with language, so as with all aspects of…
Attorneys for Jared Loughner, who's accused of murdering six people and wounding 13 during an Arizona shooting spree, have been arguing that doctors in the Missouri psychiatric facility where he's being held shouldn't be able to force him to take his medication. His doctors say that the medication could make Loughner…
For the first seven months of her recovery, Rep. Gabrielle Giffords was told little about the shooting that left six people dead and 13 people, including herself, injured. Those close to her feared that the trauma of learning the details of what happened would stunt her recovery, and that she'd be unable to process…
Well, this is the weirdest take on the Casey Anthony case we've seen so far: if only Caylee's dad had been around, he could have saved her from death.
Casey Anthony is such a reviled figure that some say she's been offered plastic surgery in order to hide from her haters. But she also has some support — strangers have donated over $200 to her prison account since she was acquitted.
The fine folks in Florida have recalculated the numbers and, lo, Casey Anthony will not leave the clink on July 13; now she'll be free on July 17. There's been no explanation as to the miscalculation or new release date — maybe those extra four days are to teach her a lesson!
A tipster called our attention to Etsy, where people are letting off some steam about the Casey Anthony trial in the form of crafting. There are certainly worse ways to react in a situation like this, but does the world really need a series of Casey Anthony bumper stickers, t-shirts, and necklaces? The following Etsy…
"My mom is going to kill me." A phrase used so often it has lost its urgency and true meaning.
Casey Anthony will be a free woman on Wednesday, July 13, 2011. This morning, Judge Belvin Perry essentially threw the book at Anthony, sentencing her to one year in jail for each of the four misdemeanor counts of lying to police, ordering them to run consecutively instead of concurrently, along with a $,1000 fine for…
Following Casey Anthony's shocking acquittal yesterday for the murder of her daughter Caylee, many have been wondering how the jury failed to see what was so plain to devoted viewers of HLN who didn't actually see all the evidence.
Now that Casey Anthony's been found not guilty, the deluge of media offers can begin. Sadly for everyone, satisfying our morbid curiosity is probably the only way Anthony can make money.
Today Rep. Gabrielle Gifford's chief of staff Pia Carusone gave the most forthcoming update yet on her medical state. As the tidbits fed to the media have suggested, she's doing remarkably well — for someone who suffered such a devastating injury. However, Carusone's comments seem to confirm that as we suspected, it's…
Evolutionary psychologist Satoshi Kanazawa stooped to new levels of awfulness in his post claiming "black women are significantly less physically attractive than women of other races." His racist remarks could cost him his job at the London School of Economics.
In a strikingly candid interview on 60 Minutes, Lara Logan described in detail the sexual assault she suffered in Egypt, and directly addressed those who say women shouldn't report from war zones.
Journalist Lara Logan has begun giving interviews offering details of her sexual assault in Egypt's Tahrir Square — and yes, she does call it rape.
A day after a Newburgh, New York mom killed herself and her children by driving into the Hudson River, interviews with survivors reveal some clues about her emotional state — and the family problems she was struggling with.
For months since the Arizona shooting, we've heard new details about Gabrielle Giffords that seems to suggest she's making an incredible recovery. While it's true that Giffords has been making great progress, a Newsweek feature suggests her abilities may have been exaggerated in the media.
Today the Education Department fined Virginia Teach $55,000, the maximum amount allowed, for failing to adequately warn the campus that a shooter might be on the loose prior to the April 16, 2007 massacre that left 30 dead.