Taylor Swift is a bonafide style star. But before she was rocking a lob and walking the red carpet in serious designer looks, TSwift was a country princess with cute, blonde ringlets. In the video above, created by Time Inc.'s online beauty destination MIMIchatter, you can see Swift's red carpet transformation in just under a minute. Show More Summary
A deputy police sergeant in Durango, Colorado and two unidentified officers could face an investigation after they were caught insulting a local reporter’s body and background on her voicemail, Jezebel reported. The recording captures the sergeant, Zach Farnam, and the officers demeaning...
Khloe Kardashian looked positively gorgeous at James Harden's birthday yacht party. The 31-year-old and her entire family were there to celebrate the Houston Rockets player's 26th birthday on the Fantasea Yacht in Marina Del Rey, California,...Show More Summary
As Ross Burns said in the introduction to his piece on The Interpreter this week, the brutal execution of Syrian archaeologist Khaled al Asad and the destruction of the Temple of Baalshamin by ISIS seem to have caught the worlds attention. Show More Summary
The home office can easily turn into a catchall hell-room for everything that has a tangled electronic cord attached to it -- but one tiny tool can keep it all organized. When applied beyond its scope of work, the mighty binder clipShow More Summary
A priest caught with a hidden camera in a Sherwood, Ore., church fled to the Philippines to evade arrest, local reports said.
Hillary Clinton spent the beginning of her campaign doing everything she could to avoid the perception that she believed her nomination was inevitable. But with Bernie Sanders continuing to draw massive crowds and the Beltway buzzing...Show More Summary
When Jennifer Lawrence and Amy Schumer rocked out to ‘Uptown Girl,’ it shone a spotlight on the growing vogue for close female friendship, in Hollywood and beyond.
Fox News' Ed Henry responded on The Five today to the confrontation he had earlier with Hillary Clinton.
Andy Parker told reporters he hadn't heard from Virginia Sens. Tim Kaine and Mark Warner.
Hundreds of people were shopping or selling fresh produce and livestock at the weekly market in al-Amar village in Yemen one Monday in late April when the sky suddenly filled with more than three dozen small parachutes. Over the next two hours residents heard more than a dozen small explosions and more the next day. Show More Summary
The tiny exfoliating "microbeads" that millions of people slather onto their faces every morning are having a dire effect on the marine ecosystems, according to a new research by scientists at Plymouth University in England. WritingShow More Summary
The survivor of the shooting that left two journalists dead Wednesday in Virginia evaded multiple bullets before curling into a ball and being shot in the back, her husband tells ABC News today. Vicki Gardner, executive director of the local chamber of commerce, came out of a medically induced coma...
Ever since the collapse of Lehman Brothers, the Federal Reserve has engaged in financial experimentation that has delivered the weakest rebound on record while spreading deleterious effects around the globe that author Brendan Brown, in a forthcoming book, likens to a plague.
About 500 people were on board two sinking ships.
Georgia man is accused of killing his girlfriend and her unborn child during a police chase
In the aftermath of a high-profile shooting, three things tend to happen: A crop of newly bereaved advocates renew the call for gun control legislation; support for such laws spikes briefly, if at all; and little change is actually effected. Days...Show More Summary
As chaos took over the financial markets on Monday and investors went into panic mode, one Japanese day-trader managed to hit the jackpot by perfectly timing the meltdown, and walked away with $34 million. He even Tweeted a step-by-step narrative of his success to 40,000 followers.
Vester Lee Flanagan II also closely identified with perpetrators of Sept. 11 attacks, authorities say.
WASHINGTON -- In his first-ever speech before the Democratic National Committee on Friday, Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) criticized the party's approach to elections, saying Democrats wouldn't win in 2016 if they failed to generate enthusiasm...Show More Summary