Charlie Sheen has admitted to feeling a sense of relief now that the public is fully aware of his HIV positive status. In fact, the former Two and a Half Men star told Today‘s Matt Laurer that his admission of being HIV positive gave him a feeling similar to being released from prison. Show More Summary
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Murray, who ended this country's 77-year wait for a men's champion at the All England Club in 2013, will be in a separate half to top seed Novak Djokovic when the draw is made on Friday.
Copa America live updates: The rout is on as Argentina goes up 3-0 June 21, 2016, 7:12 p.m. The U.S. men's national team will look to pull off a huge upset on Tuesday night in Houston as they take on heavily favored Argentina in the semifinals of the Copa America. Juergen Klinsmann's side will...
Amidst all of the personal stuff, Sheen also shockingly admitted he regrets what happened on the set of Two and a Half Men so many years ago. Here's what he had to say.
Charlie Sheen has few regrets — but “ruining” his hit sitcom “Two and a Half Men” is one of them. Sheen let that slip when he returned to the “Today” show Tuesday, seven months after going public with his HIV-positive status. The 50-year-old actor said it was like being “released from prison” last...
Back in November of 2015, Charlie Sheen shocked the world by revealing he had HIV in a candid interview with Today's Matt Lauer. On Tuesday, he returned to the daytime talk show to give an update on his condition. Related: Charlie Sheen Gets His Own Line Of Personalized Emojis At one point Matt asked about the Anger Management [...]
Charlie Sheen has been making some pretty heavy admissions as of late in regards to not only his HIV positive state and life, but also in regards to his regrets and hopes for his future. The former Two and a Half Men star recently returned to the Today show Tuesday morning after revealing his HIV... Show More Summary
Seven months after he revealed he was HIV-positive, Charlie Sheen went back on "Today" to talk about living with the illness and what has changed since the initial interview. Publicly announcing his HIV-positive status was like " being...Show More Summary
It's been seven months since Charlie Sheen confirmed his HIV-positive status, but it seems the A-lister is truly doing okay. On Sunday, the Two and a Half Men alum sat down with Piers Morgan for a chat at the Theatre Royal in London and gave the journalist an update on his health. As you may recall, [...]
Former Two and a Half Men star, Charlie Sheen, who was diagnosed with HIV four years ago, admits to having slept with over 700 women. However, the star is adamant that he has not infected anyone with the disease over the duration he has been contaminated. Show More Summary
Rampant Spain cruised past Turkey in Group D of UEFA Euro 2016 at the Stade de Nice on Friday, as Vicente del Bosque's men seamlessly slipped into top gear to earn a 3-0 win, booking a spot in the next round. First half goals from Alvaro...Show More Summary
About half an hour into the queasily entertaining documentary “Tickled,” we’re introduced to a Florida man named Richard Ivey, who runs a lucrative video website catering to those who share his highly specific fetish. Describing the art of tickling as a milder form of sexual bondage, with feathers...
Like many embarrassing poets, I’ve been working on a “novel.” No, it’s worse than that: I’m working on “a novella in two parts,” Shit Advice for Today’s Men and Women, the first half of which is “Shit Advice Columnist,” in which the protagonist/narrator writes an advice column about defecation. I started this book when I […]
Today, women make up nearly half of the U.S. labor force and more women than ever are the breadwinners in their families. More women are also working in positions and fields that have been traditionally occupied by men. Yet in 2014,Show More Summary
Hey, remember 2010? That glorious year when Shrek Forever After won our hearts, Taylor Swift was still putting out country songs, and Charlie Sheen confidently strode the set of Two and a Half Men? If you were on Twitter back then, you may recall a little hashtag called #Donald4Spiderman and its ... More »
The USMNT will have to hold onto a result with 10 men. DeAndre Yedlin was sent off less than five minutes into the second half of the United States' match against Paraguay, and in the dumbest way possible, too. He picked up a yellowShow More Summary
We typically think of heart attacks as sudden, chest-clutching agony. But the reality is that nearly half of all heart attacks have no symptoms at all and go completely unnoticed by the people experiencing them — and, alarmingly, these...Show More Summary
VideoPHILADELPHIA, PA - MARCH 27: Demetrius Jackson #11 of the Notre Dame Fighting Irish celebrates a three pointer in the first half against the North Carolina Tar Heels during the 2016 NCAA Men's Basketball Tournament East Regional Final at Wells Fargo Center on March 27, 2016 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. (Photo [...]
By JEANNE PINDER Men and women in the United States think very differently about health care costs. When I talk about the topic, it’s common for me to see half of my listeners zoning out — the male half. Why? Well, because women make or influence 90 percent of the health care decisions in this country,