After a flurry of rumors surrounding Beyonce's womb, Entertainment Weekly has confirmed that the "Baby Boi" singer is expecting a second child.
Beyonce spoke earlier this month about expanding her family so that baby Blue Ivy could be a big sister and have company.
After she was forced to cancel a show in Antwerp the rumors intensified, despite doctors pointing to "dehydration and exhaustion." Her dress at the Met Gala camouflaged her stomach well enough to quiet some rumors and spark some more.
Jay-Z and Beyonce have been tight-lipped about the pregnancy, but multiple sources have confirmed to E! that the new baby is already on the way.
Taryn Griffey has continued the legacy of athletics in the Griffey family, but not how recruiters expected her to.
Griffey, 18, is the daughter of baseball great Ken Griffey, Jr., and also happens to be one of the best basketball prospects in the country, the Epoch Times reported. She got offers from several top programs despite missing her entire junior year after tearing her ACL.
Griffey has turned down several offers and instead decided to join her brother at the University of Arizona, despite the school's subpar women's basketball performance. Her brother, Trey Griffey, is a red-shirt freshman wide receiver for the school. It came as a surprise to everyone -- especially her family.
"My family was pretty shocked. I hadn't said anything," Griffey said. "I didn't really know what I was thinking."
Recruiters were, too. The Dr. Phillips High School senior is No. 45 overall and No. 12 for her position in ESPN rankings. She was named the Florida High School Athletic Association's 8A player of the year, and led her team to a second straight state title.
Griffey said her brother had some pull, but that she chose Arizona for its atmosphere and coaching staff. She hopes to make a name for herself at a team that finished the 2012-13 season with a record of 12-18, including 13 losses in their final 14 games.
She said she wanted to leave a legacy, as Skylar Diggins did at Notre Dame and Brittany Griner did at Baylor.
With her ranking in the Class of 2014, Griffey is in position to leave that legacy.
Officials announced Friday that President Obama will host a concert honoring Carole King on Wednesday, the Los Angeles Times reported.
This comes in the same year King will be honored with a biopic musical, called "Beautiful: The Carole King Musical." It premieres on Broadway in spring 2013.
During the concert, the Library of Congress will present King the Gershwin Award for Popular Song. She is the first woman to win the prize. Obama has presented the award to all previous winners in his presidency: Stevie Wonder in 2009, Sir Paul McCartney in 2010 and songwriting duo Burt Bacharach and Hal David in 2012.
The concert will include performances from several popular artists, including Billy Joel, Emeli Sande, James Taylor and Gloria Estefan.
King will also perform in the concert, which is an installment of the "In Performance at the White House" series. She is known for penning hits including "You've Got A Friend" and "(You Make Me Feel Like) a Natural Woman."
It will be broadcast May 28 on PBS and streamed live on WhiteHouse.gov.
Eight months have passed since two of Marina and Kevin Krim's children were stabbed to death, allegedly by their nanny.
The Krims announced that they are expecting another baby, according to ABC.
"We are very happy to let you know that Marina is expecting a baby in the fall," the family wrote on the Facebook page of the Lulu and Leo Fund, which funds arts education in memory of their children.
In October 2012, Marina came home to find the bodies of her children in the bathtub. Lulu was 6 years old, and Leo was 2.
The Krims have a 4-year-old daughter, Nessie, who was unharmed in the incident.
Their former nanny, Yoselyn Ortega, is accused with having committed the murders. Ortega, 50, has pleaded not guilty and was found mentally fit for trial. Ortega's lawyers disagree, however, and have pushed back the trial date, People reported.
Ortega's next court date is May 21.
A 23-year-old Navy SEAL was killed and seven others injured Wednesday at Fort Knox in Kentucky when their Humvee flipped during a training incident.
Petty Officer 3rd Class Jonathan Kaloust, a Virginia Beach-based SEAL died when the humvee overturned during "tactical training," said Lt. David Lloyd, a spokesman for Naval Special Warfare Group Two. The other seven -- five SEALs and two other sailors -- were treated for minor injuries and released from a hospital the Virginia Pilot reported.
Lloyd said details of the incident remained under investigation, but were considered sensitive and could not be released.
Kaloust, who joined the Navy in 2011, was a native of Massapequa, N.Y. and a graduate of Binghamton University. He completed SEAL training last year.
In high school, Kaloust was a standout wrestler who would "hang in there" with kids who were more naturally talented than he was, his high school coach Pat Popolizio said.
Mike Goodson, a running back for the New York Jets, was arrested Thursday, USA Today reported. He remained in a county jail until Friday morning.
He is charged with simple possession of marijuana and drug paraphernalia and possession of a loaded firearm.
Goodson was the passenger in a car that was stopped in New Jersey after a tow truck driver called 911 to report that the driver, Garant Evans, appeared intoxicated.
Evans and Goodson were taken to the hospital for heavy intoxication, treated, and returned to police custody.
Evans was charged with possession of a weapon by persons prohibited, as he has been convicted for a felony. He was also given a motor summons for driving while intoxicated.
Goodson and Evans were each charged with unlawful possession of a handgun, possession of hollow-point ammunition, unlawful possession of a handgun and possession of less than 50 grams of marijuana.
Hollow-point ammunition is pricier and causes more damage to targets than standard ammunition. It is not allowed to be carried in public under New Jersey law, TMZ reported.
The two were transported to the Morris County Jail. Bail for Evans was $150,000, and Goodson's was $50,000.
The Jets signed Goodson to a three-year, $6.9 million contract in March. The team has already cut two players this month for possession of marijuana: Claude Davis, defensive end; and Cliff Harris, cornerback. Each was cut the day after getting caught.
The Jets said they are aware of the report and are gathering information, the NY Daily News reported.
Olympic gymnast Aly Raisman got a surprise visit from a drug tester during her appearance on "Access Hollywood Live" Thursday.
The gold medalist and "Dancing With the Stars" finalist laughed off the unexpected guest from the World Anti-Doping Agency, charged with collecting samples at random times to ensure competitors don't use prohibited performance enhancing drugs.
"They haven't tested me since the Olympics, and they choose the final week of 'Dancing With the Stars to come!" she told hosts Billy Bush and Kit Hoover. "Out of all the days since they Olympics, they choose like, the craziest week."
Although the random nature of the tests can be inconvenient, Raisman said she doesn't really mind.
"I'm clean, so I don't have anything to worry about," she said.
Plus, she said the test, including a urine sample, wouldn't take long -- "I just drank a lot of water," she told the hosts with a laugh.
Raisman confirmed she would be back to compete for a spot on Team USA for the 2016 Olympics.
"Yes, I'm in," she said. "That's why [the tester] is here!"
The first full-length trailer for the found-footage style sci-fi thriller "Europa Report" is now available for download at Apple Trailers.
The film follows a crew of six on a three-year mission to explore Jupiter's moon Europa and search for alien life. With its overall attempt at roughly present-day accuracy, the ship in the film looks like something NASA could unveil tomorrow. The close quarters and stationary on-board cameras add to the tension when the mission starts to go horribly wrong.
Magnet picked up the sic-fi space thriller in February and will release the movie on iTunes June 27 and in theaters August 2. The painstakingly realistic "Europa Report" stars Sharlto Copley of "District 9."
The cast includes Michael Nyqvist of "The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo," Isiah Whitlock Jr. of "The Wire," Christian Camargo of "The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn," Karolina Wydra of "House," Anamaria Marinca of "4 Months, 3 Weeks and 2 Days," and California-born Hong Kong star Daniel Wu of "The Man With The Iron Fists."
The moon has a new 20 meter wide crater thanks to a meteorite impact that caused the biggest explosion scientists have seen on the moon since they started monitoring it eight years ago.
The meteorite fell on March 17, crashing into the lunar surface at 56,000 mph, and Bill Cooke of NASA's Meteoroid Environment Office said it "exploded in a flash nearly 10 times as bright as anything we've ever seen before."
The impact would have been visible to the naked eye from Earth, but NASA watchers didn't notice it in real time. Ron Suggs, an analyst at NASA's Marshall Space Flight Center in Huntsville, Ala., discovered the event when reviewing video recorded by one of the moon monitoring program's 14-inch telescopes.
Scientists estimate the rock was about 1 foot wide and weighed about 88 pounds.The explosion it created was as powerful as 5 tons of TNT, according to NASA scientists.
After noticing the impact, scientists went back over March data for Earth and found other objects. "On the night of March 17, NASA and University of Western Ontario all-sky cameras picked up an unusual number of deep-penetrating meteors right here on Earth," Cooke said. "These fireballs were traveling along nearly identical orbits between Earth and the asteroid belt."
Earth's atmosphere protects the surface from many of these small objects, but the moon is more vulnerable. Scientists have been monitoring moon impacts to determine whether impacts and frequency pose greater danger during certain times of the year.
Domino's Pizza in Brazil is tempting movie renters through DVDs.
Creativity Online reports that the DVDs are new-release movies but are coated so that when they play, they smell like pizza.
In place of a label, movies like "Argo," "007," "Dread" and "The Dark Knight" are stamped with thermal ink and flavored varnish.
When they heat up from spinning in a standard DVD player, the smell of pizza blows out from the fans and is even stronger when ejected.
The discs are also printed to look like pizzas and end with the marketing message: "Did you enjoy the movie? The next one will be even better with a hot and delicious Domino's Pizza."
The discs will be distributed in 10 locations of a movie rental store in Brazil.
Streaming services like Netflix are not yet widespread, and Internet speeds are still relatively slow in Brazil, so the country has not seen the demise of the movie rental store.
This month, Domino's in the United States launched a live kitchen cam in one of its Utah stores to watch every step of the pizza-making process.