Tuesday, May 28th, 2019

 

‘Game of Thrones’ Star Kit Harington Checks Into Rehab for ‘Personal Issues’

Good on him for taking care of himself.


The 10 Best Fitness Watches To Track Your Workouts​

These watches will make your workouts way smarter.


How to Deal with Deadline Panic (Without Starting Earlier)

Proven ways to get stuff done when there’s no time to do it.


Watch Zac Efron Work Out With a Bunch of Victoria’s Secret Models

In the latest episode of his “Gym Time” YouTube series.


Dr. Pimple Popper Names Gnarly Cyst ‘Slimer’ After Ghostbusters Ghoul

• Dr. Pimple Popper tackles a massive pilar cyst in her new YouTube video.• The giant cyst is so slimy she calls it ‘Slimer’ after the Ghostbusters ghoul.• Lee expertly digs the giant cyst out of the patient’s scalp before stitching up the incision.


Watch Gabrielle Union and Jessica Alba Drink Cat Poop Coffee and Avoid Insect Tacos in Disgustingly Healthy

“There’s been worse things in my mouth.”


The Rock Comes Out as Pro-Leggings With Weighted Lunges Video

Did you really think he wouldn’t be confident enough to ditch the shorts?


Spelling Bee aces buzz through early rounds; some stung by stumpers

The Scripps National Spelling Bee got underway on Tuesday with most young spelling aces breezing through tricky words like “kentledge” but a few striking out on stumpers like “horripilation.” .


Hundreds party like Marie-Antoinette at Versailles costume ball

Hundreds of guests donned soaring wigs and elaborate 18th-century dress to indulge their royal fantasies at a ball at the Palace of Versailles on Monday, themed around one of its most infamous…


S-T-R-E-S-S: National Spelling Bee takes step to ease pressure

A line of youngsters fidgets on stage, waiting for a turn to spell a multisyllabic tongue-twister of a word and hoping to advance to the final round of the Scripps National Spelling Bee. One by one,…


British cigarettes, a body in the road: memories of D-Day

It is the sounds and smell of war that are indelibly imprinted in the memory of Yves Faucon, who was 12 when allied troops landed in Normandy and set about driving Nazi Germany’s forces out of France.