• Ashton Kutcher ends fight against baldness

    Ashton Kutcher took medication in a bid to prevent going bald. The 40-year-old actor - who has two children, Wyatt, three, and Dimitri, 14 months, with wife Mila Kunis - started worrying about losing his hair when he was just 25 years old, but quit the treatment five years ago and has now accepted his receding hairline.

  • Why miracle skier's Olympic gold 'upset people'

    Snowboard star Ester Ledecka's "bonus" gold medal in last weekend's Olympic super-G ruffled feathers in the world of alpine skiing, her ski coach said Tuesday.

  • Jennifer Lawrence told Joanna Lumley to punch her

    Jennifer Lawrence has offered to let Joanna Lumley "punch" her in the face. The 'Red Sparrow' actress was branded rude for the way she brushed off compliments from the BAFTA Awards host when she was introduced to the stage at London's Royal Albert Hall on Sunday (18.02.18) and she came up with an unusual olive branch to reconcile the situation. Speaking on UK TV show 'Lorraine', she said: "I love Joanna Lumley, when I saw her, I grabbed her and was like I love you, big me up on stage.

  • Jennifer Aniston wanted kids with Justin Theroux

    Jennifer Aniston reportedly wanted to have children with her estranged husband Justin Theroux. The 49-year-old actress - who split from Justin at the end of last year and announced the news last week - has never had children, and it has now been reported that when she got engaged to the 'Leftovers' star in 2012 she was hoping he would be the man she would start a family with. A source told People magazine: "When Jen met Justin, she had almost given up on the idea that she would have kids.

  • Kiwi loses ground against US dollar

    The NZ dollar pared early gains against the greenback as the market digested the minutes from the US Federal Reserve's latest policy meeting.

  • Why America Is Going Broke

    President Trump’s budget estimates a deficit of nearly $900 billion for 2018 and nearly $1 trillion (with total spending of $4.4 trillion) for 2019. Its balance sheet reveals that the public debt will reach $15.7 trillion by October. This works out to $48,081.61 for every man, woman and child in the U.S. That doesn’t count unfunded liabilities, reported by the Social Security and Medicare Trustees, that are four times the current public debt.

  • JT overcomes horror comeback preparation

    Johnathan Thurston could not have had a worse preparation for his long awaited injury return, North Queensland coach Paul Green says.