Category: Lifestyle

Taylor Swift trial: Jury selection begins

Denver (CNN)Taylor Swift’s star power took center stage Monday as jury selection began in a civil trial over a backstage encounter between the superstar and a Denver disc jockey. Former KYGO morning show host David Mueller, who was known professionally as “Jackson,” claims he lost his job after Swift falsely accused him of improperly touching her at a 2013 meet-and-greet at Pepsi Center. KYGO radio is a CNN affiliate. He sued Swift, her mother, Andrea, and her radio promotions director, Frank Bell, in 2015. His lawsuit alleged that they reported the incident to his employers and pressured them to...

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Diana’s Age When She Married Prince Charles Will Make You Feel Uncomfortable

It’s hard to forget the momentous occasion that was Princess Diana and Prince Charles’s wedding. The two tied the knot in a ceremony only fit for royalty in July 1981 with an estimated 750 million people watching around the world. While there were hints leading up to their wedding that showed cracks in the fairy tale the public wanted to believe was coming true, everyone seemed genuinely happy and excited for the new addition to the royal family. During ABC’s recent The Story of Diana: Part One special, historians and those closest to the royal family spoke about Charles’s journey to find a wife. While he spent a...

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You Should Never, Ever Microwave Your Sponge

For years we all thought microwaving our kitchen sponges or throwing them in the dishwasher were effective ways to kill bacteria, make ’em smell better, and help them last just a bit longer, but it turns out, not so much. Sponges that were “sanitized” in the microwave or dishwasher were just as bacteria-loaded as sponges that were never cleaned at all, according to a new study conducted by German researchers from the Faculty of Medical and Life Sciences and Furtwangen University. And if that doesn’t make you cringe, this will: The sponges they examined were dirtier than a toilet. “Despite common misconception,...

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Wow, Man Built A Huge Theme Park For His Daughter

A dad created an amusement park in Texas for his daughter with special needs after he struggled to find other theme parks in the area that suited her. Gordon Hartman started building the $15 million theme park called “Morgan’s Wonderland” in 2007.The park is named after his daughter, Morgan, who has cognitive and physical disabilities. The 25-acre park is located in San Antonio and has more than 26 different activities that are all designed for people with special needs. For park info visit www.morganswonderland.com Source : AOL Travel...

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Top 10 The Most Crowded Countries in the World

By 2050, 66% of the world’s population will live in an urban area, an increase from 54% today. If the world’s population were evenly distributed across the globe, each of Earth’s 7.4 billion human beings would have approximately 150 square miles to him- or herself. But humans have lived in cities for more than 10,000 years, and many aspects of modern life depend on high-density development. In many of the densest countries in the world, 100% of the population lives in an urban area. Small countries such as Macao, Monaco, and Gibraltar have experienced massive population growth over the...

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