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Shakira pregnant with second child: Colombian news outlets

Her hips won’t be able to lie much longer if the rumors that Shakira is pregnant with her second child prove true. News outlets in Colombia are claiming the “She Wolf” singer is expecting her second child with Spanish soccer star beau Gerard Pique.

VIDEO: Daredevil jumps over crocodile!

Did he have a death wish? Dramatic footage shows the moment a dopey daredevil jumped over a hungry crocodile — and almost got eaten alive.

How We: Planned Our $5K Episcopal Church Wedding

Trust the wedding magic. Magic takes the ordinary and makes is extraordinary. Being so close to the details made me think I knew exactly what was coming on our day. We had worked on projects for a year, starting with marionberry jamShow More Summary

Attorney says Oklahoma City bomber did not work alone

OKLAHOMA CITY — A Salt Lake City attorney is arguing in a lawsuit that the FBI has video of the Oklahoma City bombing that shows a second person was involved.

Dollar Tree buying Family Dollar for $8.5 billion

Dollar Tree is buying rival discount store Family Dollar in a cash-and-stock deal valued at about $8.5 billion.

A Romantic Italian Wedding in the Tuscan Countryside

Giulia and Luca’s Italian wedding in Tuscany is just glorious. Captured in fabulous style by Stefano Stantucci, this is the kind of wedding we wish we could show you hundreds photos of, simply to share pictures of the rolling Tuscan countryside, and this couple’s joyous friends and family. Alas, shots of a stunning dress, beautiful flowers, a breathtaking location, and […]

Rachel & Jacob's handmade community wedding

Adventure Time, pretty colors, handmade bouquets, and MINGLO — these two know what we like! You'll also swoon over the ombre cake, the unplanned ceremony make-out session, sweet letters to the bridesmaids, and the big dash to the door during "Bohemian Rhapsody."

July 28: Characters, commissioners and carols

Bloomfield, N.J.: When you analyze the personalities of today’s world leaders, they’re not unlike the guys we grew up with from the old neighborhood.

Chocolat by Adam Turoni Is Seriously a Girl’s Best Friend . . . Seriously

When you walk into the Chocolat Atelier, Chocolat by Adam Turoni, on Savannah’s historic Broughton Street, you are struck by two things: the exquisite elegance of Chocolatier Adam Turoni’s shop and the decadent scent of artisan chocolate the likes of which you’ve never experienced before.  You take a few steps into the shop, let your […]

Dreamy Debut; Alexandra Grecco Wedding Dress Collection

We love being able to support new talent here at Bridal Musings, whether it’s florists or photographers, cake makers or wedding stylists, there are so many creative cats doing great things in the wedding industry. And one such burgeoning star, is wedding dress designer Alexandra Grecco, who has just launched her debut collection. And it’s […]

Having Fun with Your Family Portrait

“James and the Giant Peach” by Roald Dahl is a delightfully random story that is full of whimsy and magic. A family in Atlanta, GA wanted to capture that magic forever. That is to say that they wanted a way to always remember this season of their lives with their young children. Since they love […]

Terror suspect linked to subway bomb plot will act as own lawyer

Prosecutors allege that Abid Naseer was part of an international conspiracy tasked with carrying out terrorist attacks in the operatives’ home countries of England, the U.S. and Norway.

Katz's Deli wins lawsuit against copycat Fla. business

The famed Katz’s Deli — home of the notorious “I’ll have what she’s having” scene in “When Harry Met Sally” — has won a court fight with a Florida knockoff.

Times Square characters are nuisance, but mostly tame

Daily News photographer Susan Watts and I pretended to be tourists in Times Square with my real-life kids in tow. The mission: gauge the civility, or lack of it, shown by the new crop of freelance characters working the Crossroads of the World.

Staten Island has highest number of most-sued NYPD officers

It has the fewest people of any borough in the city, but it has big problems between police and the citizens they’re sworn to protect. Staten Island, where Eric Garner died after a cop apparently placed him in a prohibited chokehold maneuver, tops the city as home to the highest number of officers on the most-sued list, a Daily News review has found.

NYPD to get lessons on force from the LAPD

Don't expect NYPD cops to be more mellow after a visit to their counterparts on the West Coast. The six NYPD employees headed to Los Angeles are going to get at least some training in the use of force, officials said.

EXCLUSIVE: Granny loses tot, gets busted with weed: sources

Rosa Neil, 57, was not home when little Dylan Powell-Neil slipped out of their 10th-floor Grant Houses apartment and walked in the direction of Broadway, near W.125th St., without an adult last Monday morning, prosecutors and sources said.

NYPD top cop Bill Bratton 'would not be surprised' by federal probe into Eric Garner's death

Police Commissioner Bill Bratton said the death of Staten Island father Eric Garner after an officer put him in an apparent chokehold may spark a federal investigation. The remarks came on billionaire supermarket mogul John Catsimatidis' radio show Sunday.

Rapper Nas makes an surprising discovery on 'Finding Your Roots'

When rapper Nas signed on for Henry Louis Gates’ “Finding Your Roots,” he didn’t expect to end up looking at the 1859 bill of sale that transferred ownership of his third great-grandmother.

Bayern upsets filly in Haskell Stakes

Seven proved the key number in Sunday’s Haskell.Not because of the brilliant filly Untapable, who broke from post seven.

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