LaVar Ball seems to be ignoring LeBron James’ warning to keep his kids’ names out of his mouth. Most college basketball fans are familiar with the latest twist in the Ball saga: Ball went on Chris Broussard’s podcast and said that NBA superstars’ sons tend to be less talented than the sons of less famous players. James didn’t like that much, and on Tuesday, he told ESPN that Ball needs to leave his family alone.
A century ago, Sears sold materials and plans for homes under $700. An old ad recently surfaced on Reddit, fascinating DIYers interested in cheaper housing.
Dozens of French teenagers have returned to their homeland after a traumatic school trip to London during which some of them witnessed the attack on Westminster Bridge. Three of their classmates, wounded in the attack outside the British Parliament Wednesday, remained hospitalized at St. Thomas's Hospital in London, where Defence Minister Jean-Yves Le Drian is expected to visit them Friday. London police say a 75-year-old man injured in the attack on Westminster Bridge has died of his wounds.
Wed, Mar 22: Canadian travellers to a resort in Cuba say they’re angry their tour operator, Sunwing Vacations, didn’t tell them about water problems at the hotel. For almost two weeks, there was little or no fresh water at the Starfish Cayo Santa Maria resort. As Sean O’Shea reports, many say they became ill from poor conditions as a result of the water issues.
It’s not a tall tale. A mermaid swims the waters of Hilton Head Island, South Carolina, and she wants to teach your kids (and you) how to treat her home right.