Juror B29 was the only minority member of the George Zimmerman jury and now reveals she was the only one who tried to argue to convict Zimmerman in the final days. Going by the name "Maddy," she gave her first interview to ABC's Robin Roberts. It will air in three parts over the next two days on W ... More >>
Former NFL player Chad Johnson and Basketball Wives star Evelyn Lozada were officially divorced earlier this morning. The two had only wed over the July 4th weekend following a romance that was chronicled both on Lozada's VH1 reality show and in the gossip press, but Johnson was arrested just weeks ... More >>
So, um, yeah, this seems awkward and kind of unhealthy. Weeks after being arrested for assaulting his wife Evelyn Lozada, after which she promptly filed for divorce, former Dolphin Chad Johnson decided to get a giant tattoo of Lozada's face on his leg.
Evelyn Lozada will make her first public statement since her estranged husband Chad Johnson's arrest in a teary interview scheduled to air in full on ABC's Nightline tonight. While she says that she still loves Johnson, she says that she will not reconcile or speak with him and hopes that he gets th ... More >>
Remember Miami-teen Angie Varona? She was the girl who unwittingly became an internet sex symbol at the age of 14 after her Photobucket account was hacked and her scantily clad, though not explicit, photos made the rounds on some of the seedier parts of the internet. Well, ABC News' Nightline in ... More >>
Soccer player Vinnie Jones executing a clever "ball tackle"For more than a week, Riptide has brought you the shady plays that have turned Krop High School into a basketball powerhouse: recruiting players, inventing addresses, changing official records, and -- of course -- threatening journalists. ... More >>
ABC News Nightline ran a fascinating feature on Friday night about a rooftop-to-table restaurant that is about to open in New York City. Bell Book & Candle is the name of the place, and it's located on West 10th St. in Manhattan. Chef/owner John Mooney walks six flights up the brownstone steps t ... More >>
ABC News Nightline aired an exposé on the dairy industry last night that should outrage any human being with feelings. "Got Milk? Got Ethics? Animal Rights v. U.S. Dairy Industry," written by Brian Ross and Anna Schecter, included a video made inside a huge New York farm, Willet Dairy, milk from wh ... More >>
About a month ago, New Times published a story about an 11- year-old preacher named Terry Durham. Newspapers such as the New York Times had already printed feel-good articles about the talented Margate boy. But after spending time with Terry and the people who raised him, we realized there were some ... More >>
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