Even in death it appears Farrah struggles to find peace.
They were the quintessential Hollywood couple -- she the "angel" with the dazzling smile, golden mane and poster-girl figure, he the golden boy whose onscreen "Love Story" was doomed by cancer.
But were they a couple at the end, after infidelity tore them apart and their own battles with cancer brought them back together?
Talk about cray cray. What's this shiz about a trend of hotels creating "women only" floors? They say it's for safety. I say it's stoopid. What say you?
Hotels from Washington, D.C. and Vancover to London and Singapore are embracing the idea in response to the growing number of women traveling solo.
Scientists have found evidence of an ancient freshwater lake on Mars well suited to support microbial life, the researchers said Monday.
The lake, located inside Gale Crater where the rover landed in August 2012, likely covered an area 31 miles long and 3 miles wide, though its size varied over time.
It's that pivotal moment on a first date - you're at the girl's front door and you're weighing up whether to go in for that do-or-die first kiss.
Unfortunately for this poor chap, he very much bites the dust - and the whole excruciating episode is caught on CCTV for all to see.
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Check This Out. Crime doesn't pay and neither does revenge. Sometimes you just gotta let her go... Prosecutors say Kevin Christopher Bollaert, who was arrested Tuesday by California Department of Justice agents, demanded up to $350 from womento take down images sexually explicit images of them from his "revenge porn" site.
WASHINGTON (AP) — Negotiations on Capitol Hill have yielded a modest budget agreement to ease automatic spending cuts and replace some of them with savings from future-year cuts.
Details on the pact by House Budget Committee Chairman Paul Ryan and Senate Budget Committee Chairman Patty Murray were to be announced by the duo Tuesday evening.
The agreement would ease the harshest spending cuts set to strike the Pentagon and domestic agencies for a second year.
It would require federal workers to contribute more to their pensions, increase premiums on companies whose pension plans are insured by the federal government and increase security fees paid by airline travelers.
LOS ANGELES (AP) — Roughly three years ago, a man referred to in a federal indictment as "Visitor LF" went to Men's Central Jail to discuss his inability to visit his brother there. Instead, a Los Angeles County Sheriff's deputy allegedly handcuffed him, took him to a break room with no windows or public access, and threw him against a refrigerator.
His arm was fractured in the encounter and he received cuts to his nose and face, according to indictments unsealed Monday. Afterward, four deputies tried to have him falsely charged with resisting an executive officer. The man was detained for about five days and ultimately released without being charged.
It was one among many allegations announced by federal officials as they charged 18 current and former Los Angeles County sheriff's officials with beating inmates and jail visitors, falsifying reports, and trying to obstruct an FBI probe of the nation's largest jail system.
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — With another dry winter looming, California lawmakers are calling on Gov. Jerry Brown and President Barack Obama to declare a drought emergency and federal disaster in the state.
In a letter sent Monday, Democratic Sen. Dianne Feinstein and Democratic Rep. Jim Costa urged the governor to take immediate action.
The lawmakers cited the California Department of Water Resources' announcement of low water deliveries for Central Valley agriculture due to low rainfall projections.
While a drought has not been declared, a dry 2014 would be the third straight year with subpar rainfall.