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In a tearful video, a ‘Bachelor’ alum said she regretted not being a ‘parent first’ before her daughter’s skateboarding ...
'Bachelor' franchise alumna Michelle Money said that she had 'regret' for treating her daughter like a friend before a skateboarding accident.
The Hollywood star joined the platform to encourage her followers to fight climate change while staying home during quarantine.
In a tearful post from the Hamptons, an influencer apologized after fleeing NYC following her COVID-19 diagnosis
Something Navy's Arielle Charnas responded to criticism she faced for fleeing New York City during the coronavirus outbreak.
Lindsay Lohan is "back," and ready to release music for the first time since 2008. The actress shared a snippet of a new single called "Back to Me."
Gov. Cuomo’s office denied online speculation that he had nipple piercings, but professionals say body jewelry is becoming more common for white...
"People with jobs where visible piercings aren't acceptable might even be more interested in 'hidden' placements like nipples," one piercer said.
A fashion influencer who contracted COVID-19 is receiving backlash for fleeing NYC to the Hamptons with her family
The influencer outraged followers after posting several photos of her family relocating to a home in The Hamptons.
Zoom's custom-background feature has led to people using plenty of hilarious photos during everything from meetings to hangouts with friends.
The group building tents for coronavirus treatment in Central Park says its medical staff must adhere to Christian beliefs, sparking condemnation onli...
Samaritan's Purse, the group that built coronavirus field hospitals in New York's Central Park, is seeking Christian staff members.
Zoom allows hosts to upgrade past 40-minute group sessions for free, and you can customize your screen with a background of your choice.
Video shows New York City paused to clap for 2 minutes in honor of essential workers like doctors and nurses
New York City has been the US epicenter of the coronavirus and New Yorkers held a 2-minute round of applause for essential workers during quarantine.