A proposed Texas license plate created to honor Confederate veterans is under fire from elected officials who have vowed to protest the plateâ€™s Confederate flag design, the Houston Chronicle reports. Continue reading after the jump.
Kim celebrated her 31st birthday this weekend at the Marquee Nightclub in the Cosmopolitan Hotel in Las Vegas. She was joined by her husband Kris Humphries, her mom Kris Jenner, sister Khloe and her husband Lamar Odom, and Dancing With The Stars pal Mark Ballas. See pics of the celebration after the jump!
Who run the world?! Girls! The White House has announced that next month, Angella Reid will become the White House’s next chief usher or “director of the president’s executive residence”. Reid will be only the ninth person to hold the job and the first woman in the position. Continue reading after the jump.
Hit the jump to see some still shots of J. Lo on stage in Connecticut last night!!
As the NBA lockout looms on so does the possibility of the cancelation of the entire season. Â San Antonio Spurs owner Peter Holt has already said he wants a system similar to the NHL and is willing to sit out the season like they did in 2004. Â Speaking from experience former Dallas Stars forward Bill Guerin has a message for NBA playersÂ ”It’s not worth it. Get a deal done.” Â Read more after the jump.
In aÂ conference call with analystsÂ yesterday, Ralph de la Vega, President and CEO of AT&T Mobility discussed the impact of the recent price drop on older-generation iPhones, particularly the iPhone 3GS. That phone is the first iPhone be offered free with 2-year contract in the U.S.
We’ve heard a lot about the expanded roster inÂ Ultimate Marvel Vs. Capcom 3Â in the last few weeks, but we’ve seen little of how the new fighters play. We’ve finally got an in-depth look at eight new (and returning) fighters we’ll see in UMvC3. Seth Killian fromCapcomÂ sat down to demonstrate and details new abilities, stages, and special moves in these quick-look commentary videos. Kick back, watch, and learn something about everyone.
More than 200 Indian girls whose names mean “unwanted” in Hindi have chosen new names for a fresh start in life. A central Indian district held a renaming ceremony Saturday that it hopes will give the girls new dignity and help fight widespread gender discrimination that gives India a skewed gender ratio, with far more boys than girls. Continue reading after the jump.