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Two Army soldiers pleaded guilty Thursday to fatally shooting a former military colleague and his teenage girlfriend to protect what one defendant described as an anti-government militia group formed by disgruntled troops at neighboring Fort Stewart.
Sticky floors remind me of fingerprints and cheesy Mother’s Day cards and poems. (Which incidentally I love!) But that is on Mother’s Day. The other 364 days of the year, fingerprints (and sticky floors) test my patience.
That's a wrap, Lupita Nyong'o, but may all the best dresses keep coming your way.
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As the rich get richer, demand for luxury items continues to rise. Makers of high-end products have emerged from the global recession stronger than before, thanks to a growing customer base of the wealthy and superwealthy who are more willing than ever to pay premium prices for top-of-the-line brands.
Emilia Clarke was auditioning to play one of America's most iconic heroines and wanted to impress. Her first scene required her to bite an apple.
The Holly Golightly who has shown up on Broadway isn't wearing oversized Wayfarer-style sunglasses, tiaras, big hats, a pink cocktail dress or anything by Hubert de Givenchy.
It's the story, not necessarily the stone or other bells and whistles, that gives jewelry shared between generations its high value.
Like a little kid with a brand new toy, Eli Manning couldn't wait.
The original Tiffany lamps that lined the bar at Eddie Rickenbacker's pub in San Francisco are heading to a New York City auction house, where they are expected to bring more than $2 million, Christie's said Thursday.
Chanel Inc. has filed a sweeping cyberpiracy and trademark infringement lawsuit in Nevada against 399 websites the company accuses of selling counterfeit items bearing the luxury retailer's name.
Republican presidential candidate Newt Gingrich said Sunday he and his wife are "very frugal," live within their budget and have no debts.
Tiffany's has blood on its hands. Baby blood. The blood from some 350,000 abortions each year performed in America by Planned Parenthood.
When Julie Andrews began writing her 2008 autobiography, "Home," her husband Blake Edwards had just one piece of advice: "Characters make your story."