“Passionate” kiss lands art lover in court

“Passionate” kiss lands art lover in court
MARSEILLE, France (Reuters) – A self-professed art lover stood trial on Tuesday accused of damaging a $2-million painting by kissing it while wearing red lipstick.[Lees verder]

Beauty queens take off their tiaras
LOS ANGELES (Reuters) – Former Miss USA Tara Conner, who nearly lost her title for alcohol abuse, is joining several other beauty queens on a new MTV reality show that follows what happens to the pageant winners when their crowns come off.[Lees verder]

A bad relationship can cause heart attack?
LONDON (Reuters) – It has been the stuff of great romantic novels and blockbuster films. Doctors have long suspected it. A study of 9,000 British civil servants has at last established it is possible to die of a ‘broken heart’.[Lees verder]

Police use of Tasers causes few injuries?
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The use of Taser stun weapons by U.S. police forces inflicts very few serious injuries, researchers said on Monday, but a leading human rights group was unswayed, pressing its call for a moratorium on them.[Lees verder]

“Passionate” kiss lands art lover in court
MARSEILLE, France (Reuters) – A self-professed art lover stood trial on Tuesday accused of damaging a $2-million painting by kissing it while wearing red lipstick.[Lees verder]

Beauty queens take off their tiaras
LOS ANGELES (Reuters) – Former Miss USA Tara Conner, who nearly lost her title for alcohol abuse, is joining several other beauty queens on a new MTV reality show that follows what happens to the pageant winners when their crowns come off.[Lees verder]

A bad relationship can cause heart attack?
LONDON (Reuters) – It has been the stuff of great romantic novels and blockbuster films. Doctors have long suspected it. A study of 9,000 British civil servants has at last established it is possible to die of a ‘broken heart’.[Lees verder]

Police use of Tasers causes few injuries?
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The use of Taser stun weapons by U.S. police forces inflicts very few serious injuries, researchers said on Monday, but a leading human rights group was unswayed, pressing its call for a moratorium on them.[Lees verder]