Tag: News

Sylvester Stallone Death Hoax!

Contrary to what the Internet is saying, Sylvester Stallone is NOT dead. Fans were worried that the ‘Rocky’ star passed away after a death rumor resurfaced. Sylvester Stallone isn’t dead. Shocking, right?! A rumor started circulating on Facebook claiming that the very much alive 71-year-old had died of prostate cancer. The kicker is that this isn’t

Frances Bean Cobain opens up about addiction!

It's been 24 years since Nirvana frontman Kurt Cobain took his own life at the height of his fame.While the exact causes of Cobain's self-destructive mental state remain a mystery, the singer's long struggle with heroin addiction is believed to have played a role in his downward spiral.And the battle that claimed her father's life was

Keira Knightley and Matt Smith to star in spy triller ‘Official Secrets’  

Keira Knightley, fresh from the prestige sale of period drama Colette in Sundance, will turn tables and star as British intelligence whistle-blower Katharine Gun, companioned alongside Matt Smith in Official Secrets, Mark Gordon and eOne announced today. Keira will next be seen in November in Disney’s fantasy adventure The Nutcracker And The Four Realms. Smith

DeVos touts school choice, STEM for $4 billion in grants

Education Secretary Betsy DeVos has put forth a new set of priorities for states, schools and universities competing for federal grant money. The priorities include school choice, science and technology, special education and school safety. The Education Department awards approximately $4 billion per year in new and continuation competitive grants across some 80 programs, the agency said Thursday. Education

The Skin Rash That Could Be Breast Cancer

Watch the report here The Doctors examine a scary form or breast cancer called inflammatory breast cancer that begins as a rash on the breast. Surgical breast specialist Dr. Kristi Funk says this type is "one of the most aggressive and deadliest forms of breast cancer," but thankfully it appears in less than 5 percent of the cancers diagnosed. Dr. Funk