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Prince's Sister Claims The Singer Did Not Have A Will

Tyka Nelson asked a court to act quickly to appoint an administrator.

Lennon and Maisy Stella: We're only mean to each other on 'Nashville'

Country-singing sisters Lennon and Maisy Stella tell Kathie Lee and Hoda that they're much nicer to each other in real life than they are in their acting roles on the TV series "Nashville." They share a look at their cover of "Call Your Girlfriend" from a few years ago, which has racked 20 million views on YouTube.

How to Stop Netflix From Asking “Are You Still Watching?”

My sister is the worst when it comes to binging on Netflix. She always falls asleep while watching — it doesn’t matter which show — and I’m pretty sure she spends more time on the “Are you still watching this show?” message than actually watching anything! For her, the message does its job. Show More Summary

Katy Perry Wins Legal Battle With L.A. Nuns Over Their Former Convent

The Sister Act movies were wrong. Nuns can lose, and sometimes they lose to Katy Perry. The singer has been in a real-estate battle with a group of nuns over their former convent in Los Feliz, Los Angeles, which Perry offered a cool $14.5 million to purchase. The sisters turned her... More »

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Bros Fake Zombie Apocalypse For Drugged Sister's Ride Home From Surgery

Let’s face it: Those “kids acting funny after dental surgery” videos are a little played out. That is, until these two brothers put a fresh and mildly cruel spin on the whole thing -- convincing their little sister that a zombie apocalypse...Show More Summary

All in the Family: Our Favorite Style-Setting Sister Acts

Grab your sis, hold her tight, and maybe even take her out to brunch - it's National Siblings Day! We're celebrating the sweet holiday by paying homage to some of our favorite style-setting sisters. Nothing can compare to the unbreakable...Show More Summary

"According to the prosecutors, [former Speaker of the House Dennis] Hastert gave one boy, a 14-year-old freshman wrestler, a massage in the locker room, then performed an unspecified sex act on him."

"Another boy, Stephen Reinboldt, who died in 1995, was sexually abused by Mr. Hastert throughout high school in the late 1960s and early 1970s, his sister and others told the prosecutors. A third boy, who was 17 and remembered Mr. Hastert sitting in a recliner-type chair with a direct view of the locker room shower stalls, said Mr. Show More Summary

Notre Dame Sends Mixed Signals Honoring Both Pro-Abortion Joe Biden and Little Sisters of the Poor

By presenting prominent awards to both Vice President Joe Biden and the Little Sisters of the Poor, the University of Notre Dame has once again set up a contradictory example of how Catholic colleges should act in the public sphere, said alumnus and Wall Street Journal columnist William McGurn. “All in all, it’s a sad message Notre […]

Whoopi Goldberg Gets Into the Marijuana Edibles Business

The product line is intended to help women deal with menstrual pain The latest celebrity to delve into the marijuana business is Whoopi Goldberg. The co-host of The View and star of such films as Ghost and Sister Act is launching a line...Show More Summary

Video: Josh Barnett acts, body slams fighters in latest 'Never Back Down' movie

I've been tolerating this Never Back Down franchise since 2007 (proof). But like that rash I got from the Scagnetti sisters last fall, these spin-offs refuse to go away. The good news is, MMA fans will get treated to some familiar faces...Show More Summary

Whoopi Goldberg's new sister act is medical marijuana products for women

Whoopi Goldberg understands the endless suffering of her sisters, and she's here to help.  Goldberg is coming out with a line of marijuana-infused products, under the brand name Whoopi & Maya, to reduce menstrual pain and cramps with...Show More Summary

These Unorthodox “Nuns” Cultivate Cannabis To Cure

When you first hear the word “nuns”, you usually associate that word with images of pious women in equally severe back-and-white habits. Or maybe stern faces watching you in the middle of some mischief. Okay, maybe even “Sister Act”. But Cannabis? Now you can. The Sisters of The Valley are a non-religious order committed to growing […]

'Conscientious Collaboration': It's a Thing

Last week's oral arguments in Zubik v. Burwell, the consolidated cases about the application of the Affordable Care Act's contraceptive mandate to religious non-profits, ended with a zinger. Speaking on behalf of Little Sisters of the Poor and several other religious auxiliaries, Paul D. Show More Summary

You’re Never Really Going To Get Your Shit Together (And That’s Okay)

The thing is, no one ever figures their shit out. Not Oprah. Not your impossibly beautiful, charming friend who always seems to know exactly what to say and how to act. Not your mentor. Not your parents. Not your brother or sister.

Black Donald Trump Supporters Get Cozy With White Nationalist

last monthNews : Huffington Post

They've become two of the most beloved Donald Trump supporters on the campaign trail: Diamond and Silk, or Lynette "Diamond" Hardaway and Rochelle "Silk" Richardson. The sisters, who now act as Trump's surrogates, have appeared on his behalf at numerous rallies, touted Trump on TV news shows and won lavish praise from the candidate himself. Show More Summary

‘Stump for Trump’ Girls Give Interview to Neo-Nazi Holocaust Denier

last monthNews : Mediaite

Diamond and Silk, the YouTube sister act who serve as quasi-Trump surrogates on the trail and on cable news, recently gave an interview to a notorious antisemitic Holocaust denier.

If You Want To #SaveLexi, You Don’t Have To Be Racist About It

You may have heard about Lexi Page, the six-year-old part-Choctaw girl who was taken from her foster family under the Indian Child Welfare Act. Lexi was moved to live with her sister under the guardianship of non-Choctaw relatives of her father, through whom she has her heritage. The ICWA was put in place…

Women, Rallying for Religious Freedom

This morning throughout the country, volunteers are making Easter baskets and doing other service at Little Sisters of the Poor homes as an act of solidarity and work of mercy. The Little Sisters’ case is being heard before the Supreme Court this morning. Show More Summary

Little Sisters of the Poor take aim at Obamacare's contraceptive mandate

NO PIECE of modern legislation has spent as much time in the cross-hairs of Supreme Court litigation as the Affordable Care Act, the 2010 health-care overhaul better known as Obamacare. The latest litigants aiming to take a bite outShow More Summary

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