National Sibling Day arrives each year on April 10, bringing brothers and sisters across the U.S. closer together. Here is a compilation of 10 photos of celebrities with their siblings to celebrate.
1. Miley Cyrus and her half-sister, Brandi
2. Kate Hudson, step-brother Wyatt Russell more >>
The man known as The Ultimate Warrior has died just days after making his first appearance on WWE Monday Night Raw since 1996. His death has caught everyone off-guard and has shocked the WWE world.
"Every man's heart one day beats its final beat. His lungs breathe their final breath. And if what that man did in his life makes the blood pulse through the body of others and makes them bleed deeper in something larger than life, than his essence, his spirit will be immortalized," Jim Hellwig, aka the Warrior, said during Monday Night Raw.
He started in the World Wrestling Federation in 1987 and quickly became a sensation, with his legion of Warriors rivaling the Hulkamaniacs following Hulk Hogan. The two squared off in an epic battle at Wrestlemania VI, where Warrior defeated Hogan and earned the title of Champion. more >>
Much like the men in their lives, Duck Dynasty's five leading ladies are outspoken about their faith in Jesus Christ and their desire to grow God's kingdom by sharing their testimonies with the people they meet. In their new book, The Women of Duck Commander, Miss Kay, Lisa, Missy, Korie and Jessica share never-before-told stories about the Robertson family, and how their reliance on God has enabled them to persevere through life's unforeseen challenges, heartaches and strife.
Within each chapter of the book, the Robertson wives give fans an inside look into their lives when the cameras are turned off and the trials of daily life begin. They also share what they really think about Phil's outspoken demeanor, and open up about the secret behind the family's success.
During an interview with The Christian Post, Missy, who is a co-author of the book along with Miss Kay and her three sisters-in-law, spoke candidly about her marriage to Jase, her relationship with her in-laws, and how they've been able to persevere through the most difficult challenges in their lives. more >>
Comedian and political commentator Bill Maher warned Friday that he thinks there is a "gay mafia" that will "whack" anyone that crosses them.
His comments were made during a discussion of the recent resignation of Mozilla CEO Brendan Eich in an online-only segment of his HBO show "Real Time." A clip from the segment that was posted to YouTube on Friday is now stirring controversy online attracting comments from many who support his view.
In the clip, Maher appears to disagree with gay activists for targeting Eich over a $1,000 donation he made in 2008 in support of California's Proposition 8. The measure banned gay marriage in the state until the Supreme Court struck it down in June last year. more >>
Paula Deen's restaurant Uncle Bubba's Seafood & Oyster House previously got the restaurateur in hot water when she was accused of making racist jokes, and now its employees are reportedly outraged that the establishment closed down.
Deen, the 67-year-old restaurateur and cooking show host, made headlines last June when one of her former restaurant employees alleged that she made racial jokes at the establishment. Now, TMZ is reporting that the restaurant closed abruptly with some employees not finding out until they showed up for work and others learning through Facebook.
"One employee told us they were paid through Wednesday and got vacation pay along with two weeks severance," TMZ reported. "The employee said the whole ordeal was particularly hurtful, since so many staffers stuck up for the Deen family during the controversy -- some patrons threw food at them and they still defended Paula." more >>
Apollo Nida is defending himself against claims that he tried to scam a charity.
Nida, the husband to "Real Housewives of Atlanta" personality Phaedra Parks, made headlines earlier this year for creating fake businesses, false bank accounts and using stolen checks while defrauding automotive lenders, according to Access Atlanta. While he has remained relatively tight lipped about those charges, the fitness expert and reality television personality decided to create a YouTube video to defend himself against claims that he was attempting to scam a charity.
Chase DeCarlo questioned Nida's intentions publicly after he asked for $2,000 up front to appear at an event for a charity representing battered women and children. Since Nida is due in court to face fraud charges later this month, DeCarlo told Radar Online about his suspicions concerning Nida, since other people said they would appear at the charity event made to raise funds free of charge. more >>