A woman found sleeping in a bedroom of an Atlanta-area home rented by pop star Justin Bieber told officers that she had come to the house for the singer’s birthday party and realized she was too late for it, according to a police report.
You might be less than glued to the opening minutes of The 80s as it takes the new decade’s defining moment as the victory of the American ice hockey team over the Russians in the 1980 Winter Olympics.
Auckland’s only outdoor summer festival has a new venue but it’s still all green.
Whiner. Before this year’s NBA playoffs, that would have been one of the first words that came to mind, for many people, if someone mentioned Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban.
When students went back to school last week at Permian High in Odessa, Texas, they wondered what had happened to the place over the summer. Gone was their old wide-open campus, now surrounded by a security fence with controlled entry points and clusters of surveillance cameras.
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The man who founded and ran the online sports gambling operation BetOnSports pleaded guilty and agreed to forfeit more than $43 million in proceeds, prosecutors announced Friday. Now, I know that’s a strong opening statement, but consider this: The government decides where your kids go to school; what curriculum they’ll study; and even develops long-term educational plans just like the Communists devised five-year plans.
Just weeks after Tony Romo broke up with Jessica Simpson, the NFL star has been linked to another woman — Natalie Smith — but Smith’s father tells PEOPLE reports of an intimate relationship between the two are "really very silly." “His breakup brought all these rumors and stories and it is not true,” says John Smith, the associate athletic director at Romo’s alma mater, Eastern Illinois University. Smith admits that Romo and Natalie met up for lunch in Dallas last week, but says his entire family — including his wife and three daughters — have “always been friends” with Romo since he was in college. “Natalie feels so bad,” adds her father.
A few weeks before 13-year-old Jonathan King killed himself, he told his parents that his teachers had put him in "time-out." “We thought that meant go sit in the corner and be quiet for a few minutes,” Tina King said, tears washing her face as she remembered the child she called “our baby … a good kid.” But time-out in the boy’s north Georgia special education school was spent in something akin to a prison cell — a concrete room latched from the outside, its tiny window obscured by a piece of paper. Called a seclusion room, it’s where in November 2004, Jonathan hanged himself with a cord a teacher gave him to hold up his pants
Boy, did the 1970s ever need Farrah Fawcett. Watergate and the Nixon resignation, soaring crime rates and gas prices bad news everywhere had the nation in need of a tonic, or a diversion, which is almost as therapeutic. Who could have guessed it would come in the trim form of a Texas blonde with a no-quit smile?