From The San Francisco Gate British royal Prince William reportedly had a commitment ceremony with his on/off girlfriend Kate Middleton while on vacation in paradise, according to sensational press reports.
From MTV UK Rihanna- the queen of R&B- is dating the new king of the cinema Shia LeBeouf, according to sources in America. The Umbrella hitmaker has been spotted with the star of Transformers The Movie several times including a recent romantic meal. According to Perez Hilton: “It’s all the talk of the Indiana Jones 4 set,” where Shia is currently filming. Tango’s Take
From The Salt Lake Tribune By Brooke Adams A lawsuit filed by a couple who were refused a marriage license when they sought to legally add a second wife to their family should have been dismissed by a Utah district court, an appeals court ruled Wednesday. The 10th Circuit Court of Appeals in Denver, in a 29-page opinion, said the trio lacked standing to challenge the decision by the Salt Lake County Clerk's Office through an attack on the constitutionality of Utah's criminal ban on polygamy. The judges ordered that a ruling in favor of Salt Lake County be vacated and the original lawsuit dismissed. The trio, identified as J. Bronson, G. Lee Cook and D. Cook, sued the Salt Lake County Clerk's Office in 2004 after being denied a second marriage license. A lower court rejected their claim that the denial violated their constitutional rights.
From US News & World Report By Randy Dotinga (HealthDay News) -- When women develop diabetes during pregnancy and don't get treatment, their kids face an increased risk of childhood obesity, but new research suggests that treatment can essentially eliminate that risk. It's "remarkable" that the doubling of the risk of obesity can be completely reversed in these children, said study author Teresa Hillier, an endocrinologist and senior investigator with the Kaiser Permanente Center for Health Research Northwest and Hawaii. The findings could prompt expectant moms to take more care to comply with diabetes treatment during pregnancy, Hillier said. "If I were a mother, I'd be more motivated to know that it will not only help my baby during the pregnancy, but might decrease their chances of being overweight later on." Tango’s Take
From CNN.com By Jocelyn Voo (LifeWire) -- For singles suffering from Goldilocks syndrome -- this person's too beefy, that one's too scrawny; this person's too rich, that one's not rich enough -- niche dating may help you find a match that's just right. Whatever your aim or interest, dating trends such as these go beyond wine tasting events and friend-of-a-friend referrals. It's true: Money can't buy you love, but being wealthy might get you a date. "I think through time, hot women and rich men have proven that they are attracted to each other," says Jeremy Abelson -- and yes, he's totally serious. To test his theory, Abelson, 27, organized the first-ever Natural Selection Speed Date: Rich Guys & Hot Girls event, which took place February 7, in New York City.