Earlier this month, it was reported that Emma Stone and Andrew Garfield are taking a break from their relationship since both of them are busy with work. Now, a new report claims that the "The Amazing Spider-Man' co-stars" relationship is done for good.
Stone, 26, "ended things and moved back to L.A.," a source told Us Weekly. "It's finished. It's not just a break."
The insider claims that one factor in their apparent split was Garfield's intense commitment to his role as a 17th century Jesuit in director Martin Scorsese's upcoming movie "Silence" with co-stars Adam Driver and Liam Neeson. more >>
Barely two weeks after Jill Duggar gave birth to baby Israel David — Jim Bob and Michelle's fourth grandchild — Jill's sister, Jessa, has recently announced that she too is about to become a mother this year.
Jessa and her husband of five months, Ben Seewald, looked very excited in a newly released video on Tuesday, April 21 as they announced their pregnancy in person and discussed the gender of their forthcoming child.
In the video, the couple is seen making a smoothie which they use as a way to announce that their family is about to expand. more >>
Kenny Bayless, the man widely considered as the leading referee in the world, will be in charge of the richest fight of all time. He has been recently appointed referee for the fight between Floyd Mayweather and Manny Pacquiao in Las Vegas on May 2.
Bayless, a veteran of more than 100 title contests, has overseen five of Mayweather's bouts and has been present seven times with Pacquiao. Recently, he was in charge of Mayweather's battle against Marcos Maidana and Pacquiao's knockout by Juan Manuel Marquez. The 64-year-old Nevada resident was referee for both boxers' point victories over Shane Mosley.
"Kenny knows the pressure, stress and responsibility," the Nevada State Athletic Commission director Robert Bennett said to The Guardian. "He's efficient and effective and has proven to be successful over a number of years, working in Las Vegas and other parts of the world. He's one of the best referees in the world." more >>
This week on "Criminal Minds," three people implicated in murders claim they were attacked by a clawed shadow monster at the moment each crime occurred, and the BAU searches for an UnSub who is controlling their minds.
Larry is in an interrogation room for the murder of his wife. He says he's innocent and that a monster with talons for hands killed her. He said that upon hearing a noise downstairs, his wife went to check it out. Upon following her, he smells sage and falls to the floor. He says that he saw the monster and heard his wife's screams as it killed her.
But that's not what really happened as he is the one who stabbed his wife to death, and the police found him still clutching the knife. Incidentally, two others, Christine and Daniel, have told similar stories and Hotch thinks that someone induced a psychotic break on all three. more >>
As the world continues to look on in dismay at the barbaric atrocities committed against Christian minorities by the Islamic State—the self-proclaimed new "caliphate"—today, April 24, marks the genocide of Armenian and other Christian minorities by Turkey's Islamic Ottoman Empire—the last caliphate.
Most American historians who have examined the question agree that what the Armenians experienced was a deliberate, calculated genocide:
More than one million Armenians perished as the result of execution, starvation, disease, the harsh environment, and physical abuse. A people who lived in eastern Turkey for nearly 3,000 years [that is, 2,500 years before the Islamic Turks invaded and occupied Anatolia, now known as "Turkey"] lost its homeland and was profoundly decimated in the first large-scale genocide of the twentieth century. At the beginning of 1915 there were some two million Armenians within Turkey; today there are fewer than 60,000. more >>
As America enters a presidential campaign season with serious implications, we need to engage in an honest, charitable conversation on Hillary Clinton's history and pursuit of the presidency. The stakes are high plus we also have a tendency to forget.
If you've seen the outstanding film, Woman in Gold, a riveting true story starring Academy award winner Helen Mirren as a Holocaust survivor, you'll recall her haunting words, "People forget – especially the young."
Millennials (18-30 year olds), will play a significant part in this election, but were basically children during the Clinton's previous time in the White House. Many view Bill as a kind of' cool Richard Gere-type dude, biting his lip and nodding approvingly in the background. Hillary is the younger Betty White-type grandma trying again. more >>