A judge has revoked Chris Brown’s probation after reviewing the details of an alleged hit-and-run accident involving the singer and his behaviour afterward. However, the singer was not ordered to jail.
Lindsay Lohan’s whereabouts were unknown hours after her attorney told a judge that the troubled actress had checked into a rehab facility only to later learn that the starlet apparently never checked in for treatment. Lohan’s lawyer and publicist did not return messages immediately seeking comment about the actress’ decision to quickly leave a rehab facility that a state official said is not licensed to perform the type of restrictive in-patient treatment a judge sentenced her to undergo
An autopsy on Shain Gandee, a cast member of MTV reality show Buckwild, showed he died from carbon monoxide poisoning, Kanawha County Sheriff’s Department said on Tuesday (local time). Deputy Brian Humphreys told Reuters that the deaths of Gandee, 21, his uncle David, 48, and friend Donald Robert Myers, 27, on Monday morning were ruled “accidental” after coroners completed autopsies on all three men.
They dress in everything from miniskirts to medieval mantles.
On the moon-like surface of the muddy crust that now covers a dozen Indonesian villages, any sign of life is welcome.
The last time the world heard from Osama bin Laden, there was reason to believe his end was near. In a videotape released in December, bin Laden looked sallow; his speech was slow, and his left arm immobile.
Some may say Cathie Black was doomed to fail.
Fears of a bloody birth for the world’s newest country, South Sudan, are becoming ever more real after weeks of battles between its autonomous government and their opponents. Hundreds have died in fighting between South Sudan authorities and rebel militias
Three days of mourning began in the Iranian province of Sistan-Baluchestan on Monday, after dozens of people were killed in a militant attack a day earlier, state media reported. A man carrying explosives blew himself up Sunday as participants headed to a conference between Shia and Sunni groups in southeastern Iran, killing at least 42, state-run Press TV reported
One person was killed and 14 others injured when a bus carrying dozens of Dutch students, their teachers or monitors flipped over north of Barcelona early Monday, authorities said. A man carrying explosives blew himself up Sunday as participants headed to a conference between Shia and Sunni groups in southeastern Iran, killing at least 42, state-run Press TV reported.