Spice Girls—Now Moms—Reunite on Stage
The five original Spice Girls (Ginger, Sporty, Scary, Baby, and Posh) performed together last night for the first time in 10 years. With the exception of Sporty, all of the Girls are now moms.
No Pepper Spray Found on Miss Puerto Rico Universe's Dress
Investigators say that despite winner Ingrid Marie Rivera's claims of sabotage, they found no pepper spray on her runway gowns or makeup after the November 24 Miss Puerto Rico Universe pageant. Authorities are now investigating whether or not false statements were made.
Shock Jock Imus Back On-Air After Racist, Sexist Downfall
Don Imus, joined by new cast members (including a black female comedian), premiered his new morning radio show today on WABC-AM. It was his first broadcast since April, when he was fired by CBS Radio and MSNBC for calling the Rutgers women’s basketball team “nappy-headed hos.” Imus kicked off his show by saying, “Dick Cheney is still a war criminal. Hillary Clinton is still Satan. And I’m going on the radio.”
What You Eat Affects Your Fertility
Harvard University researchers have identified essential foods that women should eat to increase fertility. Their longterm study of more than 18,000 women who were trying to get pregnant found that wannabe moms should eat a diet of whole-milk foods, slowly digested carbs, and plant proteins. Women who drank skim milk and ate red meat and "fast carbs" like white bread and French fries had difficulty getting pregnant.
“Teddy-Bear Teacher” is Pardoned
A British grade-school teacher who was jailed in Sudan for allowing her students to name a teddy bear "Muhammad" was pardoned overnight, ending a case that has outraged families worldwide.