Vanessa Lachey thinks good communication is key to a happy marriage. The 41-year-old actress married Nick Lachey in 2011, and she thinks being open and honest with each other has been the backbone of their relationship. She shared: "You need to communicate. You need to be responsible for your actions, you can't just point a finger. "But also, I think, on the flip side, you need to applaud that person when they do something beautiful and right." The loved-up couple regularly attend therapy sessio
John Legend doubts the pain of losing his son will ever "completely go away". The 43-year-old musician and his wife Chrissy Teigen lost their son at 20 weeks in 2020, and John admits the tragedy will stay with them for the rest of their lives. He said: "That pain is never going to completely go away. You're never exactly the same after you lose someone." The loved-up couple have managed to cope with their heartbreak thanks to their two children. John - who has Luna, six, and Miles, four, with Ch
Buckingham Palace has released a photograph of Queen Elizabeth's final resting place. Britain's longest-serving monarch was buried in The King George VI Memorial Chapel at Windsor Castle on September 19, and the photograph of the ledger stone shows her name inscribed in gold lettering, alongside the Queen mother, George VI and Prince Philip, her husband. Alongside the image, a post on the royal family's Twitter read: "A ledger stone has been installed at the King George VI Memorial Chapel, follo
Christina Milian feels "proud to be Latina". The 40-year-old singer is of Afro-Cuban descent, and she loves that Latinos and Hispanics have "a flair for life". Speaking about her heritage, Christina told Us Weekly: "What makes me proud to be Latina is that Latinos and Hispanics live out loud! "We tend to be happy people with a flair for life. Our food, music, family values and work ethic play huge roles in how we live and conduct ourselves." The 'Dip It Low' hitmaker is the co-founder of the Bei
Forty years after a predominantly Black community in Warren County, North Carolina, rallied against hosting a hazardous waste landfill, President Biden’s top environment official visited what is widely considered the birthplace of the environmental justice movement Saturday to unveil a national office that will distribute $3 billion in block grants to underserved communities burdened by pollution. Joined by civil rights leaders and participants from the 1982 protests, Michael Regan, the first Black administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency, announced he is dedicating a new senior level of leadership to the environmental justice movement they ignited.
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STORY: Ballots were cast in occupied parts of Ukraine on Saturday, a day after Russia launched referendums aimed at annexing four occupied regions of the country. The move drew condemnation from Kyiv and Western nations, who dismissed the votes as a sham and pledged not to recognize their results.Ukrainian officials said people were banned from leaving some occupied areas until the four-day vote was over.Adding that armed groups were going into homes, and employees were threatened with the sack if they did not participate.Reuters could not immediately verify reports of coercion.In Kyiv on Saturday, internally displaced people from Mariupol, like Oleh Sukhov, protested the vote. “Today a referendum is taking place in Mariupol. I am strongly against it. It is not needed. How, say, I, a native Mariupol resident, am now able to say 'no' in this ballot? I have no such right. I considered myself, I consider myself a Mariupol resident and I want Mariupol to be Ukraine.”But back in his hometown, some, like Alexei are grateful for the vote... telling Reuters "we are only hoping for the best."The votes on becoming part of Russia were hastily-organized after Ukraine recaptured large swathes of the northeast in a counter-offensive earlier this month.In his nightly address on Friday, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy condemned the referendums."The world will react absolutely appropriately to the pseudo-referendums - they will be unequivocally condemned, and to the criminal mobilization which the occupiers are trying to conduct now in Crimea and other parts of Ukraine which they are temporarily in control of. These are not just crimes against the international law and Ukrainian law. These are crimes against specific people, against a nation."By incorporating the four areas, Moscow could portray attacks to retake them as an attack on Russia itself. And potentially use that to justify even a nuclear response - a terrifying prospect in a war that has already killed tens of thousands of people, uprooted millions and pummeled the global economy.Polling stations were also set up in Moscow for residents of those regions now living in Russia. Flag-waving government supporters attended rallies in Moscow and St. Petersburg in favor of the referendums and the war effort.Ukraine, Western leaders and the United Nations have slammed the votes as an illegitimate precursor to illegal annexation. There are no independent observers, and much of the pre-war population has fled.Moscow says the referendums offer an opportunity for people in the region to express their view.Russian President Vladimir Putin maintains Russia's actions in Ukraine are aimed at carrying out a "special military operation" to demilitarize the country, rid it of dangerous nationalists and defend Russia from transatlantic alliance NATO.
The Los Angeles Rams have placed receiver Van Jefferson on the injured list during his recovery from knee surgery, opening a roster spot to sign defensive back Grant Haley from the practice squad. The Rams (1-1) moved Jefferson to the injured list Saturday before they traveled to Arizona to face the Cardinals on Sunday. Jefferson had surgery early in training camp, but Rams coach Sean McVay repeatedly said Jefferson had a chance to get back in the lineup to start the season.
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Pink Floyd co-founder Roger Waters has canceled concerts planned in Poland amid outrage over his stance on Russia's war against Ukraine, Polish media reported Saturday. An official with the Tauron Arena in Krakow, where Waters was scheduled to perform two concerts in April, said they would no longer take place. “Roger Waters’ manager decided to withdraw ... without giving any reason," Lukasz Pytko from Tauron Arena Krakow said Saturday in comments carried by Polish media outlets.