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Paris Jackson Wrote a Suicide Note Before Cutting Herself With a Meat Cleaver

New details are coming in after it was revealed and confirmed today that 15-year-old Paris Jackson, the daughter of the late Michael Jackson, was hospitalized following a suicide attempt. [Read More]

'Girls Gone Wild' Honcho Joe Francis Has a Sex Tape Floating Around

The tables have turned for Joe Francis, whose bad decisions have come back to haunt him like one of his very own girls gone wild after footage of him having sex was stolen. [Read More]

Kim Zolciak caught smoking cigarette while 'pregnant with baby No. 5'

Reality TV star Kim Zolciak is said to be pregnant with her fifth child - but it seems she hasn't given up smoking. [Read More]

Samuel L. Jackson Needs Certain Swear Word To Stop His Stutter

Apparently Samuel L. Jackson needs to say "motherf--ker" as much as audiences want him to. In a speech at last night's American Institute for Stuttering gala, Jackson revealed that the swear word wards off a stutter he has been battling since his childhood in Tennessee. [Read More]

The World's Highest Paid Athletes

These are the top 10 highest paid athletes in the world.  The figure is based off of Pay + Salary/Winnings + Endorsements.

  1. Tiger Woods, $78.1 million
  2. Roger Federer, $71.5 million
  3. Kobe Bryant, $61.9 million
  4. LeBron James, $59.8 million
  5. Drew Brees, $51 million
  6. Aaron Rodgers, $49 million
  7. Phil Mickelson, $48.7 million
  8. David Beckham, $47.2 million
  9. Cristiano Ronaldo, $44 million
  10. Lionel Messi, $41.3 million


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Today In History

1884 - The Young Men's Christian Association (YMCA) was founded in London

1896 - George Harbo and Frank Samuelson became the first men to row across the Atlantic.  They did it in an 18-foot boat.

1952 - The Chrysler Corporation was founded.

1933 - The first drive-in theater in the nation opened.  IT was located in Camden, New Jersey.

1944 - D-Day, Allied forces stormed the beaches of Normandy, France.