July 5, 2013
10 Intense Photos Of Egyptians Fighting On 6th October Bridge
Armed clashes erupted Friday for several hours on the 6th October Bridge between supporters and opponents of ousted Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi in Cairo. As many as 30 people have been killed in clashes around Egypt, according to the Associated Press.
50 Cent Is Too Busy Being Rich To Be Worried About Domestic Violence Charges
On June 23, 50 Cent was charged with domestic violence. He denies the allegations and his lawyer is currently putting together a case for his July 22 court appearance. If found guilty he could face a $46,000 fine and 5 years in prison.
237 Years Of American Cocktails: The Evolution Of Red, White & Booze
Gin, Whiskey, Vodka... Each decade called for its own unique, alcohol-driven fad. What better way to track the growth of our country than by our most enjoyed national past time: Booze. Have a favorite decade cocktail of your own? Share below! Cheers to America!
Cadeau De Mariage: L'odieuse Carte De "Remerciement" D'une Jeune Mariée
INSOLITE - En termes de mauvaises manières, certains font fort, et en toutes circonstances. Nos confrères du HuffPost américain ont reçu un email d'une lectrice, Tanya, horrifiée par le comportement de l'une de ses connaissances.
Don't Let Hair Frizz Mess Up Your 4th Of July Weekend! Here Are 3 Great Anti-Frizz Tricks
The humidity is brutal here in the Northeast on this Fourth of July weekend, so many of us are looking like this (warning: That link will briefly take you into the world of Princesses: Long Island, a place you may not want to go). If you choose not…
The Inner Game Of Everything: Why Is A Four-Decade-Old Tennis Book Still A Self-Help Sensation?
A Harvard English major wrote The Inner Game of Tennis in 1972. A million copies later, its ideas are still some of the most influential in sports — and beyond, taken seriously by actors, politicians, and even sex researchers. What's its secret? Maybe that there is no secret.
'The Butler' Battle: Director Lee Daniels Pleads His Case To Warner Bros.' Kevin Tsujihara
Further ratcheting up the Weinstein Company’s campaign to force Warner Bros. into granting it permission to call its upcoming Lee Daniels’ film The Butler, the director has sent a letter to Warner Bros. Entertainment’s new CEO Kevin Tsujihara in…
Boy Fatally Run Over By Float At Fourth Of July Parade In Oklahoma
EDMOND, Okla. — An 8-year-old boy riding in a Fourth of July parade in central Oklahoma died Thursday after his father accidentally ran him over, authorities said. The boy was riding on a martial arts group's float at LibertyFest in Edmond before he…