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2 weeks ago

Iggy Azalea — ‘Husband’ Files for Divorce … Iggy Denies Marriage

Iggy’s ‘husband’ is asking the judge to prohibit her from selling various assets they accumulated during the marriage. These two have been at each other’s throats over the rights to music she wrote while they were together — music worth millions and millions of bucks.If the judge recognizes the marriage, all of her music during […]


2 weeks ago

Halle Berry’s Marriage To Olivier Martinez Rumored To Be On The Rocks

Divorce Inevitable For Halle Berry And Olivier Martinez.


2 weeks ago

Ebola Burial Teams Go On Strike In Africa

Teams that are in charge of burying bodies of deceased Ebola patients in Africa have gone on strike. Teams in two districts of Sierra Leone have gone on strike after not being paid their weekly risk allowance.


2 weeks ago

Ebola Could Be ‘World’s Next AIDS,’ CDC Director Warns

Ebola is spreading with such speed that it could become a global pandemic to rival AIDS if action isn’t taken now, one of the U.S.’s top health officials has warned.


2 weeks ago

Unrest in St. Louis After Police Officer Shoots, Kills Man

An off-duty police officer fatally shot an 18-year-old black man in south St. Louis Wednesday, sparking a night of unrest in a city still reeling from the August shooting of an unarmed man in nearby Ferguson.


2 weeks ago

Two men charged with abducting Hoke County teens

Hoke County authorities have charged two men with abducting two teenage girls from Raeford and taking them to Yoakum, Texas.


2 weeks ago

Ebola: 6 ways Duncan’s case differs from U.S. patients [VIDEO]

His family is haunted by the “what ifs.” How did several other Ebola patients treated in the United States survive while Thomas Eric Duncan didn’t? He wasn’t hospitalized right away. He wasn’t immediately given an experimental drug and his family thinks his insurance status also played a part.


2 weeks ago

Naomi Campbell hopes to fight Ebola with benefit fashion shows

The supermodel wants the charity fashion shows to help victims and educate the public about the Ebola disease.

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