Tuesday December 12, 2017
Today's Tabloid News

If it’s your time to go, this might be the best place for it

A tourist died visiting the famous Basilica of the Holy Cross in Florence, Italy, when a piece of the ceiling hit him, authorities said. The falling stone dropped from a height of about 60 feet before striking a 52-year-old man at the popular tourist site.  More…

Mario Batali takes leave amid sexual misconduct allegations

Mario Batali is stepping away from his eatery empire, as well as ABC’s “The Chew,” following several allegations of sexual misconduct. Four women have accused Batali, 57, of sexual harassment and assault spanning nearly 20 years, Eater reported Monday.  More…

David Cassidy accused of groping by ex-model – in 1985

A former model claims late “Partridge Family” star David Cassidy was a “first class creep” who groped her and tried to put his hand up her skirt when she was 19, according to a report. Samantha Fox claims Cassidy, who died earlier this month from liver failure, followed her into a public bathroom and got handsy in May 1985.  More…

Alarmists Still Predicting The Apocalypse

For at least three decades scientists and environmental activists have been warning that the world is on the verge of a global warming “apocalypse” that will bring widespread famine and misery to much of the world. The only solution, they say, is to rid the world of fossil fuels — coal, natural gas and oil. Of course, human civilization has not collapsed, despite decades of predictions that we only have years left to avert disaster.  More…

Woman dies while trying to take a selfie

A woman known for documenting her travels on social media fell to her death while trying to snap a selfie. Toni Kelly, 20, a New Zealander living in London, died after plunging out of a second-story window and suffering a severe brain injury.  More…

An idyllic Swiss village will pay you $25,000 to live there

Things are getting so lonely in an idyllic Swiss mountain village, officials wants to pay people $25,000 to move there for good. The initiative aims to repopulate the community of Albinen– which has dwindled to just 240 residents.  More…

The most cringe-worthy holiday cards revealed

Receiving a holiday card is supposed to be a festive treat – and perhaps even a sweet reminder of just how much your loved ones are thinking of you during the holiday season. However, for some, it seems that creating a Christmas card actually serves as more of an opportunity to show off their unique sense of humor, and generally let their freak flags fly.  More…

Matt Lauer is ‘broken and ashamed’ following ‘Today’ firing

A week after getting the boot by NBC, disgraced “Today” anchorman Matt Lauer is still reeling, according to a report. “He is weak and broken and ashamed by his own admission,” one of his former “Today” show colleagues told People magazine.  More…

‘They all knew’: Media elites roared in laughter at obscene 2008 ‘roast’ sending up Matt Lauer’s office sexcapades

Embattled NBC executives have been falling over themselves insisting they had no idea about Matt Lauer’s pervy past. But if anyone doubts that New York’s media elite was aware of Lauer’s reputation, they should look no further than a top-secret “roast” of Lauer that took place in October 2008.  More…

Beyonce presents Kaepernick the Kneeler with Sports Illustrated Muhammad Ali Legacy Award

Beyonce presented Colin Kaepernick with Sports Illustrated’s Muhammad Ali Legacy Award on Tuesday night, and Kaepernick promised that “with or without the NFL’s platform, I will continue to work for the people.” Beyonce was brought out as a surprise presenter by comedian Trevor Noah. She said she was “proud and humbled” to present the award.  More…

In wake of Weinstein, men wonder if hugging women still OK

Steve Wyard thought he knew what sexual harassment looked like: a put-out-or-lose-your-job overture. Now he’s not so sure. "Have we gotten to the point now where men can’t say, ‘That’s a nice dress’ or ‘Did you do something with your hair?’" says the veteran sales associate for a Los Angeles company. "The potential problem is you can’t even feel safe saying, ‘Good morning’ anymore."  More…

Terrifying subway-shove caught on camera

A man was caught on camera shoving a woman onto the train tracks in Hong Kong, according to a report. The chilling footage shows the 59-year-old rail-worker victim standing inches from the edge of the platform after waving and stopping to speak to a colleague, as the hulking fiend walks calmly toward her and then suddenly, without warning, reaches out to push her over the edge.  More…

Firefighter axed for bringing watermelon to station

A probie Detroit firefighter was axed for “offensive and racially insensitive” behavior for gifting a watermelon to his new firehouse, which is mostly made up of black members, according to a report. The rookie, 41-year-old Robert Pattison, brought the fruit topped with a pink bow to the Engine 55 firehouse on Sept. 30 – and quickly offended some African-American firefighters.  More…

Disney Debuts ‘First Boy Princess’

Star vs. The Forces of Evil airs on Disney is being lauded all over the internet for depicting Disney’s “first boy princess.”  More…

Trudeau apologizes for Canada’s discrimination against LGBT people

Canada’s Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has apologized for historical injustices against the LGBT community. The Canadian government has earmarked $78 million to settle class-action lawsuits filed by LGBT victims. Mr Trudeau has also proposed a bill in parliament that would allow the courts to expunge the records of people criminalized for their sexuality.  More…