Lady Gaga is famous for her outlandish costumes and heavy makeup but the pop star appears bare faced in the October issue of Harper’s Bazaar. The singer is on the cover wearing a natural look that may stun fans accustomed to Gaga’ elaborate meat dresses and alter egos.
Reese Witherspoon is recovering after being struck by a car while jogging Wednesday morning. The 35-year-old “suffered minor injuries and was transported by ambulance to a local hospital for medical treatment,” said Santa Monica Police spokesman Sgt. Richard Lewis, as quoted by NBC LA.
An Italian court on Wednesday rejected a prosecutor’s request for new testing of DNA evidence in the Amanda Knox appeals trial. The denial is a positive development for Knox who is seeking to have her 26-year sentence overturned.
Several young men have created a parody of Bishop Eddie Long that pokes fun at the pastor’s legal battle. It seems the “Eddie Longstroke Dance” became viral in late 2010 after four young men filed separate lawsuits accusing Long of using his pastoral influence to force them into a sexual relationship with him.
Food stamps cannot be used to purchase prepared food, but a number of restaurants have been lobbying to change that, according to new data from the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA).
As wildfires in Central Texas continue to engulf homes, two bodies were found among the ruins in Bastrop County. Now authorities are looking for four teenagers suspected of starting a fire Monday night that reportedly caused $1.4 million in damage.
The breakfast-time massacre in a Carson City, Nev. IHOP has left five dead, including the shooter, and at least seven wounded. Eduardo Sencion walked into IHOP on Tuesday morning carrying an AK-47 rifle and opened fire at a table of five uniformed National Guard troops, killing three of them.
An Italian forensic police expert who investigated the Amanda Knox murder contends that evidence linking Knox and her co-defendant, Raffaele Sollecito, to the murder of Meredith Kercher was not contaminated.
A gunman opened fire Tuesday morning inside an IHOP restaurant in Carson City, Nev., killing three people and wounding six others before turning the gun on himself.
Former vice president Dick Cheney hinted that Hillary Clinton might have been a better choice for president during an interview with Fox News on Sunday.
Chaz Bono has already lost five pounds after only six days of rehearsing for “Dancing with the Stars.”
A Texas senator wants the U.S. Air Force to provide a detailed report on why they suspended a course that included passages from the Bible. Sen. John Cornyn (R-Texas) sent a letter to Secretary of the Air Force Michael Donley asking why a "Just War Theory" class taught at Vandenberg Air Force Base was removed from the curriculum on Aug. 3.
Typhoon Talas has left at least 34 dead and dozens missing in Japan on Monday, adding more misery to a nation attempting to recover from an earthquake and catastrophic tsunami six months ago.
Carl Zambrano will not return for the Chicago Cubs this season but the team resume paying the pitcher’s salary after his 30-day suspension ends Sept. 11. Zambrano will not return to the team because there is “insufficient preparation time” for him to pitch again this season.
The National Hurricane Center reported that Hurricane Katia strengthened to a Category 2 storm on Monday and developed a large eye affecting the surf along the East Coast. Katia is now moving northwest at roughly 13 mph about 540 miles south-southeast of Bermuda, the Center said Monday morning.
New Orleans prepares for tropical storm Lee as heavy rain and strong wind gusts knocked out power to thousands in south Louisiana and Mississippi on Saturday.
Pearl Jam will celebrate its 20th anniversary this Labor Day weekend at a two-day festival in East Troy, Wis. The 13-band blockbuster concert will be held at the Alpine Valley Music Theatre and marks the band’s first U.S. appearance this year.
Paul Oakley, a Mormon missionary was visiting a Guatemalan zoo when two lions attacked him in July. Two months later, the 20-year-old is missing part of his leg and entire right arm, but is thankful for the day that God saved his life.
Former Spice Girls Melanie Brown gave birth to her third daughter early Friday morning. The pop singer was admitted to a Los Angeles hospital last night and could not wait to tell her fans the good news.
Westboro Baptist Church will picket a Foo Fighters show in Kansas City later this month. The controversial Christian fringe group accused the band of using prostitution to promote “fornication, adultery, idolatry and fags.”
A veteran rover sent to Mars has been exploring a new site and found soil samples unlike any examined before, leading scientists to believe that the red planet is more favorable for life than previously thought.
Singer Marc Anthony has gone public about his pending divorce from Jennifer Lopez in an interview with Nightline aired on Thursday. The singer told ABC News’s John Quiñones that he can’t pin point “what went wrong” but the rampant infidelity rumors are not true.
Former NHL player Wade Belak was found dead Wednesday in an apparent suicide at his Toronto condo. According to the Associated Press, an anonymous source told the news organization that Belak hanged himself.
Chris Johnson and the Titans have finally agreed on a four-year, $53.5 million contract extension with $30 million in guaranteed money. The contract ends a long standoff between the running back and Tennessee.
New York and Arizona have launched investigations into several 9/11 charities to determine whether they failed to follow state laws. A recent report last week revealed that dozens of 9/11 charities have squandered millions and did not disclose to the public how they raised and spent money.