An ivory satin corset, milky white skin and bouncing waves -- it's an old-school vision of beauty for Caitlyn Jenner, nee Bruce.
Jenner introduced Caitlyn to the world on Monday, posing for the new cover of Vanity Fair ...Read more
ROSWELL, Ga. (UPI) -- A Georgia Hooters waitress who donated her kidney to a customer she had known for only three months said the organ is "working amazingly" post-surgery.
Marianna Villareal, who serves tables at the ...Read more
LOS ANGELES -- A man who was twice convicted of stalking actress Mila Kunis was on the run Monday after escaping from a Pomona, Calif., mental health facility.
Stuart Lynn Dunn, 30, left Olive Vista Behavioral Health ...Read more
ARGYLE, Texas (UPI) -- A Texas dad made viral stars out of his young daughter and an exasperated mother goose who had enough of being harassed and sought revenge.
Chance Fenoglio's video, which went viral during the ...Read more
Lifetime's behind-the-scenes look at a "Bachelor"-type drama "Unreal" (10 p.m. Eastern, Mondays) serves up a cynical but mostly believable glimpse inside the reality TV sausage factory. It's a darker effort than typical ...Read more
GAUTIER, Miss. (UPI) -- A Mississippi police department shared dashcam footage of a lightning bolt that narrowly missed a patrol car driving on the interstate.
The YouTube video, recorded by the dashboard camera in ...Read more
SHELBY TOWNSHIP, Mich. (UPI) -- A Michigan police department shared pictures of a smirking pig in a police cruiser and the probable reason for the porker's mirth -- the mess it left behind.
The pictures shared to the ...Read more
PITTSBURGH -- People with depression are at significantly greater risk for Parkinson's disease than the general population, and those with severe depression are especially vulnerable, according to an article published ...Read more
Of A Castle In The Sky (The Toby Scofield Trilogy) [Kindle Edition]John Hendrick
When Amy's father crashes his plane in a remote forestland, she enlists the aid of a strange nature boy to discover if his death was her fault. But there is a creature beyond the forbidden zone, living in the magical woods where no man can go. The boy has seen him. And...
In the largest study of its kind, a Swedish group has determined that actual autism rates probably have not changed in recent years, even though diagnoses of autism cases continue to climb.
The research, led by Sebastian ...Read more
FORT WORTH, Texas -- Two days after the rain stopped falling, the flooding continued Monday -- from one end of Texas to the other.
"From above Lake Bridgeport, all the way to the Gulf Coast, it's all the Trinity can stand...Read more
Black drivers in Ferguson, Mo., the St. Louis suburb that experienced violent protests after the shooting death of Michael Brown in August, were more than twice as likely last year to be stopped by police than white ...Read more
WASHINGTON -- President Barack Obama intends to nominate Roberta Jacobson, a longtime diplomat central to the talks on restoring relations with Cuba, to serve as the next ambassador to Mexico, a White House official told ...Read more
WASHINGTON -- U.S. Capitol Police arrested a 25-year-old intern for U.S. Rep. Lynn Jenkins of Kansas on Monday after, they say, he brought an unloaded 9 mm Smith & Wesson handgun into a congressional office building.
WUXI, China -- Local government officials celebrated the "Chinese dream" in lavish style last September in Wuxi, a city of 6 million people in eastern China's Jiangsu province. They were commemorating the 65th anniversary ...Read more
WASHINGTON -- Lawmakers have nixed a series of historical paintings to be commissioned by the National Guard, totaling a quarter million dollars, as part of annual authorizing legislation and amid the Pentagon's argument ...Read more
PARIS -- The weight of a thousand promises was lifted off the Pont des Arts bridge in central Paris on Monday, as city workers removed the so-called love locks that have collected on the railings.
The Paris city council ...Read more
Just hours after Sen. Rand Paul claimed victory in his quest to rein in the National Security Agency, the leader of what the Kentucky Republican termed the "eye-roll caucus" threw his own hat into the 2016 presidential ...Read more
WASHINGTON -- The National Security Agency shut off its massive collection of U.S. telephone records at 11:59 p.m. EDT Sunday, shortly after a rare weekend session in the Senate failed to craft a measure to extend the ...Read more
DHAKA, Bangladesh -- Authorities in Bangladesh charged 42 people with murder on Monday in the 2013 collapse of a garment factory building that killed more than 1,100 people and drew worldwide attention to dangerous ...Read more
WASHINGTON -- The Supreme Court gave employees and job applicants stronger protection Monday from religious discrimination, ruling in favor of a 17-year-old Muslim girl who wore a black head scarf and was turned down for a...Read more