Don Draper was true to his new wife last season but will he stay true to her in the upcoming season The last scene of season 5 certainly suggested that Don would be back to his philandering ways. Before the season 6 gets under way tomorrow, let’s look back at all the women he’s cruelly betrayed and discarded.
All happy families are alike, wrote Tolstoy, but unhappy ones are unhappy in their own way. Perhaps none was unhappier last Thursday than the family of Eileen Franklin-Lipsker, who took the stand in municipal court in Redwood City, Calif., to accuse her father, George Franklin Sr., of sexually molesting and then beating to death her best friend, Susan Nason, in her presence more than 20 years ago.
It’s doubtful there’s ever a perfect time or place to end a marriage, but for Dean McDermott, that time and place was in a Palm Springs, California, hotel room after playing a round of golf.
A balloon that was set adrift by a 6-year-old boy from his parents’ Colorado home was found empty, CNN affiliate KMGH said, citing a police report.
It’s arguably one of the largest pieces of Elvis Presley memorabilia ever: a 154.5-acre ranch in Horn Lake, Mississippi, once owned by the king of rock ‘n’ roll.
News that U.S. President Barack Obama won the Nobel Peace Prize has been as polarizing as his embattled healthcare reform plans
Lisa Gibson — who lost her brother in the 1988 Lockerbie bombing — sat down the other day with the man many blame for the notorious attack: Libyan leader Moammar Gadhafi. “I welcomed him to America,” Gibson told CNN
The incessant banging on the door finally roused Ted Jackson from a deep sleep. He hustled out of bed and rushed to the door