Kylie Jenner is finding it REAL CHALLENGING to trust Travis Scott while he’s on tour…While he tries to show her his loyalty on her latest SCANDALOUS post. PLUS…get this you guys…sources close to Hollyscoop are saying Kylie FIRED her assistant Victoria and I have a theory as to WHY. FINALLY…Tristan Thompson may be the biggest douchebag in the world…but Khloe Kardashian says their time together was worth it because of THIS REASON. We’re talking all the latest KarJenner tea right now so stay right here.
Democrat presidential candidate Kamala Harris is in California for a fundraiser hosted by prominent Hollywood power players, including the prolific television hitmaker Shonda Rhimes
In the second round of the 2018 NCAA Tournament, Kansas was -4.5 against Seton Hall and seemed to be cruising. But the Pirates eventually crushed Jayhawks bettors with a last-minute three.
The U.S. military hopes that humans can learn toughness from tiny 'water bears' that survive 300-degree heat, Antarctic cold and even the vacuum of space
Members of a union representing research and technical workers are staging a one-day strike at University of California campuses and hospitals over failed contract negotiations
The nation's largest Muslim civil rights organization says it has accepted an invitation from West Virginia lawmakers to visit the state Capitol in the wake of an Islamophobic display outside the House of Delegates chamber
Move over Jacob Sartorius…Millie Bobby Brown has a NEW guy in her life, who is just as famous and cute. And, Nicki Minaj is addressing those Marriage rumors and weighs in on whether or not she secretly tied the knot with controversial boyfriend Kenneth Petty.We’re talking about these celebs and their relationships right now so stay right where you’re at.
The Oregon Ducks are strong heading into the NCAA Tournament. Coming off a 20-point win against the UW Huskies in the Pac-12 championship, will the Ducks keep rolling with a first round upset over the Badgers? The Line’s panel has your answer.
The U.S. Army has put a price tag on making public the results of water tests for a dangerous contaminant at its installations: Nearly $300,000, Army officials told an environmental group