The FBI are exploring the cosy relationship between the National Enquirer’s parent company and Donald Trump
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Was she fired or did she resign? Omarosa is challenging the accounts of her departure from the White House and says she will dish the dirt on the goings on in the Oval Office.
Susan Mulcahy, formerly a gossip writer for the Post's Page Six, believes Trump would grow bored with his job if people stopped paying attention to him.
Her column was widely syndicated, and at her peak she earned more than $1 million a year.
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The inspiration for Miss Malice’s drag act, she says, is “lesbian pulp novel covers, 60s B-movie heroines and mid-century
It started when someone wanted to park his car, when a German car (Mercedes) arrived and took his place. The driver of the
For a decade Pitt and Jolie have been depicted as Hollywood's golden couple. The premise is almost commercial, like whitewash
So scandal allows us to exercise socializing emotions, such as superiority and contempt, while providing a sense of superiority, not to mention a false connectedness to those we share gossip and hearsay.
GPS for the Soul
Several years ago I made a vow to give up gossiping and doing so has made me realize how dangerous it is, truly dangerous
It's really hard to feel alive when your heart has been ripped out of your chest and you become suffocated out by all the people who are trying to cram themselves into your life.
'Women's Day' is on March 8th, and celebrates equality between the men and women. This is a very serious day in China, where every Chinese woman expects to be treated extremely well on this day by her entourage, family, company and her husband.
More than anything, the New York gossip pages made Donald Trump. Not the real estate pages, or the business pages, or as bafflingly inconceivable it might have seemed at the time, the political pages.
You may not have permission to share their secrets. What you say can be misunderstood and quickly turn into a rumor. Gossiping
Do our kids have a say in how we expose them to the world? Even the cutest baby picture, who's to say in ten or 20 years that that child will be glad you exposed him of her to the world in a diaper? Have you asked your child what they think now? Can they foresee the future?