Another reason for women not to work so hard.
Jaden Smith and actress Amandla Stenberg, who played Rue in The Hunger Games, attended prom together on Friday night. They didn't appear in traditional attire, but wowed with a fun twist of prom clothing.
Mariah Carey has opened up about her experience on American Idol and says it was the worst experience of her life and regrets doing it.
Bruce Jenner is set to appear on the cover of Vanity Fair as a woman, according to TMZ.
Bad news for Iggy Azalea fans who were eagerly waiting to see her perform on her latest tour. The Australian rapper has canceled her 'Great Escape' US arena tour.
Nicki Minaj is on the cover of the latest Cosmpolitan and no surprise, she looks as great as ever. The rapper sat down with the magazine to give her take on money, sex and motherhood.
Actor Jim Parsons, who is well known for his role on CBS' hit TV show "The Big Bang Theory," is broadening his acting credentials by starring as God in a new broadway comedy.
Don Thomas had been a longtime customer at his local Hooters and was friendly with the staff there. However, Thomas ran into difficult times when he lost not one, but both of his kidney's. That is when one of the waitress' stepped in to help out.
Marc Jacobs announced on Instagram that Cher will be the new face of the label's Fall/Winter 2015 campaign, shot by David Sims.
A Vermont woman was hospitalized after she was bitten by a black widow spider when she reached into a bag of grapes she bought from a local Shaw's supermarket.
Ben & Jerry's rolled out a new ice cream flavor on Wednesday with a name that is seeking to raise awareness.
New photos taken by a spacecraft zooming toward Pluto explain a variety of new data on the dwarf planet's complex and varied surface.
New research that studied the benefits of using 3D printing to see how birds reject eggs has been published in the PeerJ journal.
A new human ancestor species has been discovered by an international team of scientists in the Afar region of Ethiopia some 3.3 to 3.5 million years ago.
A major international study has provided the most robust scientific evidence yet of the health benefits of immediate HIV treatment for HIV positive people, according to a new study released on Wednesday.
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