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Ariana Grande Shared Her Tattoo in Tribute to Manchester Victims

Pop star Ariana Grande honored the memory of the victims of the Manchester Arena tragic incident by showing her new bee Tattoo on one year anniversary of the bombing. On Ma

Ireland’s Vote on Abortion Referendum

People throughout Ireland have begun casting their votes in a referendum that may lead to a loosening of the country's strict ban on abortions. Polling stations across Ireland

Morgan Freeman Apologizes Following Sexual Misconduct Accusations

Oscar-winning Hollywood actor Morgan Freeman issued a public apology on Thursday for making women feel “uneasy” after a report of multiple sexual harassment accusations.

Obese Patients Hospitalized with Infection are More Likely to Survive than Healthy Ones

Overweight or obese patients who are hospitalised for infectious diseases, pneumonia and sepsis are about twice as likely to survive compared to those who have normal weight,

Warning for Fans of Kaiser Chiefs not to Accept Facebook Friend Requests from Ricky Wilson

Leeds rockers Kaiser Chiefs have warned fans not to accept any Facebook friend requests from frontman Ricky Wilson. In a post on the group’s official Twitter account, th

Mark Ronson & Diplo Debut New Collaborative Project ‘Only Can Get Better’

Mark Ronson and Diplo have a new duo act called Silk City and shared the primary style of their new collaborative venture ‘Only Can Get Better’, a feel-good house track wi

The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel Renewed for Season 3 By Amazon

Amazon’s The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel has been renewed for a third season. Creator Amy-Sherman Palladino teased the news this weekend while accepting the series’ Peabody Awar

Judge of New York Orders a Man, 30, to Leave His Family Home

An upstate New York judge Tuesday ordered a 30-year-old man to move out of his parents’ house after a short legal battle. Michael Rotondo told the judge he knows his pare

Household Tax Rises Needed to Save the NHS

To cope with the demands of an ageing population, more complex illnesses and rising cost of drugs the National Health Service needs £2,000 in tax from every British househol

Dave Grohl Confesses that He “Still can’t Listen to Nirvana”

Dave Grohl has acknowledged that he “still can’t listen to Nirvana” after losing Kurt Cobain who took his own life in 1994. Grohl explains that since his friend and b