A Denver couple decided to change their baby’s diaper in the seating area of a Starbuck’s when they realized the coffee shop’s restroom wasn’t equipped with a changing table. Ruth and Alex Burgos were making a Friday night coffee run with their 1-year-old son Thiago when they were faced with the must-change nappy.
Forget the milkman. Your significant other is more likely to be cheating on you with Netflix.
A recent survey conducted by Harris Interactive on behalf of Netflix found that 51 percent of those in relationships are likely to cheat on each other... by watching TV shows on Netflix alone that they promised to watch with their partners. Over 28 million Americans have already done it.
Dwight Freeney's extended search for a new job is over.
The seven-time Pro Bowl defensive end agreed to a two-year contract with the San Diego Chargers on Saturday that, with incentives, could be worth $13.35 million, a person with knowledge of the situation told USA TODAY Sports. The person spoke on condition of anonymity because of the confidential nature of the contract.
When it comes to the definition of cheating, just about the only thing that all couples agree on is that if you have sex with someone else, that counts (and even then, it all depends on the kind of relationship you have). Still, in an era of digital personalities and cyber-encounters, there are myriad different ways to get into a cheating gray area. Like Facebook messaging exes. Or going into sexy chatrooms. Or sending R-rated texts.
The Florida sun was shining a little bit brighter Sunday on an unidentified person who beat odds of 175 million-to-1 on a Powerball ticket worth $590.5 million, the single-largest winning lottery ticket in U.S. history.