As two U.S. states have legalized the use of recreational marijuana, one woman, a preacher's daughter, said in a recent interview that the plant-derived drug is a "gift from God."
Aimee Curry, a 39-year-old daughter of a minister, swears by marijuana's ability to heal pain. The woman told CNN in a recent interview that although her father would disagree with her use of the recreational drug, she believes it is a "gift from God" due to its ability to relieve the painful and lasting back spasms she experiences as a result of a 1992 car accident that nearly killed her.
Curry told CNN recently that when she was first presented with marijuana by a friend, she denied it, saying, "I can't do that, it's bad," but she was quickly convinced to take her first puff. Since her first inhale, Curry has become pro-marijuana. more >>
Marlo Hampton, the socialite who became popular on "The Real Housewives of Atlanta" believes a friendship with the show's star NeNe Leakes is possible again after the pair engaged in a verbal altercation on and off the reality television series.
"It's definitely possible," Marlo told RadarOnline about a rekindled friendship with Leakes. "Where I'm sitting right now in this chair, that's the last person on my mind."
However Hampton made it clear that she did not believe being friends with Leakes was an easy task. more >>
Khloe Kardashian may have officially filed for divorce from basketball player Lamar Odom, but she is giving fans a glimpse of how difficult it was to make the decision on "Keeping Up With The Kardashians."
In an E! preview of the reality television show that will appear on the network Sunday, Khloe, 29, is speaking to her sisters Kim, 33, and Kourtney, 34, about ending her marriage to Odom. Out of concern, Khloe's sisters arrange a sit-down with her where they attempt to help her through the situation.
"I just don't want you to put your life on hold when you have already for so long," Kim tells her sister. "I think that you feel guilty, like you're giving up if you leave." more >>
This paper explains why state definitions of marriage as the union of one man and one woman are consistent with the U.S. Constitution and with existing Supreme Court precedents.
Q: What does the Constitution of the United States say about marriage? more >>
Justin Bieber and Selena Gomez have reunited once again.
After multiple reports of the entertainers reuniting and breaking things off following a two year relationship, E! News is reporting that the pair went to breakfast together in McAllen, Texas. The pair also reportedly got cozy at a flower shop and browsed Perfumeria La Versailles, according to E!.
The news comes days after Bieber the 20-year-old singer who recently celebrated his birthday, took to his Instagram account to post an image of Gomez from the Vanity Fair Oscars after-party. more >>
NATIONAL HARBOR, Md. — Republicans should learn from Pope Francis how to better communicate their message, Rick Santorum, former Pennsylvania senator and 2012 Republican presidential candidate, argued Friday at the Conservative Political Action Conference.
Republicans focus too much of their message on attracting business owners rather than workers, attacking President Barack Obama and explaining what they are against rather than what they are for, Santorum claimed. Instead, Santorum urged Republicans to reach out to those who are hurting and to talk about how their policies will help them. And to do that, learn from Pope Francis.
"I think we need to take a lesson from someone who is maybe the most popular person in the world right now — Pope Francis," he said. more >>