AS A second night of violent riots and peaceful protests dominated the US in the wake of the tragic shooting of Michael Brown, tensions show no sign of abating.
A MAN has died after being pulled unconscious from a pool in the heart of the Gold Coast.
A FORMER aide to Hillary Clinton said she once threatened her husband Bill over his womanising as a photo with the ex-US president reveals him lost in, erm, admiration of a beautiful woman.
MICHAEL Phelps’ ex intersex girlfriend has detailed the pair’s sex life, saying he was understanding after her revelation and that he made her feel “whole”.
TOM Hanks and Rita Wilson’s son has gone public with his drug addiction.
TWITTER said it is now tracking what other apps its users have installed on their mobile devices so it can target content and ads to them better.
HBO’s new teaser trailer for Season 5 of its hit series Game of thrones is stark: Really Stark. What’s happened to Arya?
ELLEN’S fake trailer for the Fifty Shades of Grey movie is way more entertaining than the real one.
THESE are the three letters you need to know in fashion — COS.
A BOY missing for more than 30 years may have been abducted, sexually abused and then murdered by Establishment figures including MPs from Westminster, police have been told.
COUNTDOWN host Molly Meldrum has been inducted into the ARIA Hall of Fame.
SENIOR officers are among almost 800 alleged abusers still serving in the Australian Defence Force and a royal commission is needed, the final report of the Defence Abuse Response Taskforce (DART) has found.
BETTE Midler has backtracked from her Ariana Grande sledge, calling herself a “reformed old whore” as the younger singer said she would always be a fan.
PHILLIP Hughes cherishes the baggy green but his heart belongs to the family farm in Macksville, a “wonderland” that reared and sustained cricket’s little Aussie battler.
THE Phil Hughes tragedy has called into question the future of bouncers in cricket, but former Test stars Greg Matthews and Geoff Lawson believe the fast bowling tactic should remain a part of the game going forward.
AFTER relaxing helped him rediscover his mojo this year, Geoff Ogilvy was given a timely refresher course in chilled Caribbean class on Wednesday ahead of the Australian Open.
PAUL Fenech has so much faith in his ability to connect with his target audience that he has invested $500,000 of his own money in his latest film project, Fat Pizza vs Housos — about half the film’s total budget.