Katharine McPhee, Sarah Paulson and More Stars Who've Spoken About Relationship Age Gaps

Kristin Cavallari Talks Age Gap with New Boyfriend

While fans can have a lot to say about celebrity couples' age gaps, for those in the romance, the concern just doesn't add up.

Take Kristin Cavallari's relationship with Mark Estes, for instance.

"I understand what it looks to the outside world. I really do," the Laguna Beach star, 37, said on her podcast Let's Be Honest last month. "I get that. He is not a typical 24-year-old in the same way that I don't think I was a typical 24-year-old….I really think age is just a numberคำพูดจาก สล็อตเว็บตรง. It's what you&#x2…

Halle Berry Ushers in the New Year With Risqué Pantsless Look

Halle Berry Gets Candid About Aging

Halle Berry just proved that less is more in 2024.

The Oscar winner certainly started off the New Year with a bang, as she opted for a fearless look that consisted of a metallic gold blazer layered over an emerald green lace lingerie bodysuit. 

And in true Halle fashion, the rest of her outfit wasn't your average New Year's wardrobe either. After all, there weren't sequins or bottoms in sight, as she decided to partake in the no-pants trend and pair her look with black platform heels.

She captioned her Jan. 1 Instagram, "Heelllllloooooo 2024!"

The 57-year-old's risqué attire definitely caught her followers' attention. Taraji P. Henson commented,…

How the Real Pilots of ‘Mercury 13’ Made the Case for the U.S. to Send Women to Space

The iconic line has become so familiar that it might be hard to imagine it any other way: as the first man on the moon put it, his achievement was “one small step for man.”

But what if the first human being on the lunar surface had been a woman? That’s a central question asked by the Netflix documentary Mercury 13, directed by David Sington and Heather Walsh, premiering Friday — and, say the filmmakers, a question that’s still worth asking even decades after the last moon landing.

The “13” in question were a group of experienced female pilots — Jerrie Cobb, Janey Hart, Jan Dietrich, Marion Dietrich, Rhea Hurrle, Irene Leverton, Bernice Steadman, Jean Hixson, Gene Nora Stumbough, Jerri Sloan, Myrtle Cagle, Sarah Lee Gor…

More than U.S. 120,000 Kids Lost a Parent in Pandemic

(NEW YORK) — The number of U.S. children orphaned during the COVID-19 pandemic may be larger than previously estimated, and the toll has been far greater among Black and Hispanic Americans, a new study suggests.

More than half the children who lost a primary caregiver during the pandemic belonged to those two racial groups, which make up about 40% of the U.S. population, according to the study published Thursday by the medical journal Pediatrics.คำพูดจาก สล็อตเว็บตรง

“These findings really highlight those children who have been left most vulnerable by the pandemic, and where additional resources should be directed,” one of the study’s aut…

Is the U.S. Entering a Fourth Wave of COVID-19-

It’s the last news anyone wants to hear: one year after the United States was slammed with its first wave of COVID-19—which was followed by even worse second and third waves—public health experts are worried that the country is headed for a fourth major spike. During a White House coronavirus briefing on Monday, Rochelle Walensky, the new director of the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, begged Americans to keep following public health guidelines amid small but alarming upticks in cases, hospitalizations and deaths. “Right now, I’m scared,” she said.

Other scientists tracking the spread of COVID-19 in the U.S. agree that there’s plenty to be worried about. Cases are rising in the Northeast, Midwest and elsewhere. At the same…

The Evolutionary Origins of Psychedelics_1

Humans rely on a bevy of strange natural chemicals to liven up our food and drink, to endure pain, and to change our perspective. We use caffeine from coffee, tea, and yerba mate to stimulate our bodies and minds, capsaicin from red pepper flakes or isothiocyanates in horseradish or wasabi to enliven our food with spice, and codeine or morphine to endure the pain of injuries and surgeries.

Lately, though, some have also turned to psychedelics like psilocybin to change their perspectives. In fact, researchers are beginning to test if they could serve as new treatments for mental health disorders.

That said, the bigger question is why plants, mushrooms, microbes and even some animals make chemicals like these with life-saving, life-enhancing, and even life-ending prop…

The Las Vegas Shooting and Our Age of Anger

Anger is one of humanity’s elemental particles. It’s small, unstable, simple to the point of crude. And yet, in the right densities and balances, it’s fundamental to who we are. Lately, in America at least, that balance has been wildly off.

Nobody was responsible for the slaughter in Las Vegas on Oct. 1 except the monster who pulled the trigger — not policymakers in Washington, not anger-stokers on cable TV, not even the gunmakers who manufactured the instruments that made the carnage possible. The killer did the killing — period. But that killing came in a context, and that context is anger.

Americans have made something of a fetish of our rage of late — a fact that’s even been leaking into our language. The base is never just &#822…

The Thrilling Story of the First Mission to the Moon

When the history of human space flight in the 20th century is finally, fully written, it will not be the triumphant lunar landing of Apollo 11 or the survival drama of Apollo 13, that emerges as the most significant of them all. It will be Apollo 8, the first lunar orbital mission — the moment human beings became a two-world species, wrenching ourselves away from the gravitational hold of Earth and sailing across the deep waters of deep space. That the mission occurred in 1968—the bloodiest year in modern history—and redeemed that year with the iconic Earthrise photo and the historic reading of Genesis from lunar orbit on Christmas Eve, was not part of its original objectives but was among its greatest achievements.

In the 1990s, I wrote the story o…

The COP28 Outcomes Business Leaders Are Watching For

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The U.N. climate conference known as COP28 officially kicked off this afternoon in Dubai with more corporate executives and big players in the financial sector present than in any such meeting before. Much of their attention on the ground will focus on the private sector announcements made and deals struck, but there’s a reason for private sector folks to pay attention to the seemingly wonky official negotiations taking place between countries in Dubai’s Expo City convention center.

For many businesses, the conversations can seem overly procedural and disconnected from the day-to-day reality of cutting a firm’s emissions. And yet these negotiations can move the marke…

BFC moves office closer to heart of fashion industry

The BFC said Monday that it’s moving to premium flexible workspace provider Fora at 33 Broadwick Street. This new central location is in the heart of Soho, close to Carnaby and the wider West End and “places the organisation at the epicentre of the diverse and innovative capital with close proximity to many of London’s creative spaces and major retail hubs”.Importantly too, Fora will also join the BFC as a Patron, “playing a key role in supporting the organisation in the years ahead”.

The body said that its move reflects the changes in working environments that have taken place over the last year and marks its recognition that flexible working and remote working are the way forward.“The new office space allows the team this flexibility and hosts state of the art tech…