Khloe Kardashian recently revealed her reasons for remaining married to her estranged husband, Lamar Odom, and she said intimacy is not one of them.
On Nov. 9, the 31-year-old reality star sat down with NBC News during a book signing event at the Grove in L.A. Khloe Kardashian, who is dating NBA star James Harden, explained why she is still married to embattled former basketball player Lamar Odom, according to Us Weekly.
"I'm still married for a multitude reasons," Us quotes Kardashian's statement to NBC News on Monday. "But intimacy is not one of them." more >>
It's never too early to learn important life lessons, like changing a tire. After all, changing a tire is so easy even a kindergartner can do it.
A kindergartner? Yes, you read that right. Phoenix, identified by his father as a "kindergarten mechanic," knows how to change a tire.
In a video posted to YouTube earlier this week, young Phoenix goes through the steps of replacing a car tire, and other matters. more >>
Kim Kardashian West appears to have it all: beauty, fame, fortune, influence. But Sarah Jakes Roberts feels sorry for the reality TV star.
Both the "Keeping Up With The Kardashians" star and Jakes Roberts, author, motivational speaker and daughter of Bishop T.D. Jakes, are preparing to give birth in the coming months. Although each woman has spoken publicly about the struggles that come along with pregnancy, Jakes Roberts, 27, is sympathizing with Kardashian West.
"I've been in at least 20 cities this year alone speaking to thousands of women across the country. Once I land, I jump right into the trenches of marriage, motherhood, ministry, and whatever else life manages to throw my way, all while watching my ever-expanding midsection struggle to squeeze into clothes that were once too big and attempting to control the hormonal changes of pregnancy," Jakes Roberts wrote in a Huffington Post essay last week. "Incidentally, this has made me think six words I never thought would come to mind: I feel sorry for Kim Kardashian." more >>
Prominent Evangelical and Catholic groups jointly warned that a proposed Department of Health and Human Services rule regarding abortion, gender identity and gay marriage could erode religious liberty.
The National Association of Evangelicals, Southern Baptist Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission, Family Research Council, World Vision and the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops and other religious groups jointly submitted comments last week expressing concern that religious groups could be required to engage in actions contrary to their beliefs about abortion, gender identity or gay marriage.
Religious organizations could, for instance, be required to provide abortion referrals or coverage, pay for health costs related to gender transition, or hire, or not fire, someone in a same-sex relationship, even if those actions are antithetical to their beliefs. more >>
WASHINGTON — Hundreds of Catholic students from across the United States met Monday with members of Congress and urged them to stand with Pope Francis on climate change, immigration reform, and human rights in Central America.
An estimated 1,200 concerned individuals, mostly college and high school students representing 90 Catholic institutions from 25 states, Canada, El Salvador and Mexico, gathered in Washington D.C. over the weekend for the annual Ignatian Family Teach-In for Justice conference.
To cap off the weekend-long conference, the liberal-leaning Ignatian Solidarity Network hosted a day of advocacy on Capitol Hill Monday morning, which marked the largest Catholic advocacy day of the year. more >>
Every dog may have his day, but not every dog gets to attack a helpless cluster of water balloons gathered onto a trampoline.
Such an honor is bestowed upon Spaz, an innocent-looking pooch that — during a recent summer party —tears through a cluster of balloons.
Like a wolf that has hunted down a herd of brightly-colored liquid-filled sheep, Spaz descends upon his prey and rips them to shreds! more >>