- Whitney Houston was laid to rest on Sunday in a private burial before family and close friends near her birthplace in Newark, New Jersey, more than a week after her sudden death shocked the world.
How Did Whitney Houston Die? Singer Reportedly Failed Routine Checkup for Facelift Shortly Before DeathWhitney Houston's funeral took place Saturday. But everyone still asks: how did she die? A cause of death has yet to be revealed; though news leaked that the singer failed a routine medical exam after attempting to get a facelift weeks before her death.
- Whitney Houston is being buried beside her father John Russell Houston at the Fairview Cemetery in Westfield, N.J. on Sunday and TMZ is currently showing a live stream. You can watch the footage here. Note that Houston's funeral service and burial are private matters and so TMZ couldn't get too close.
- Whitney Houston, the great pop music icon, died at the age of 48. Her funeral will be an invitation-only event. Several stars are expected to pay tribute to Houston at the funeral including Stevie Wonder, Alicia Keys, Kevin Costner, Bobby Brown and more. Houston's funeral will begin at 12 p.m. (EST) at the New Hope Baptist Church in Newark, N.J., which is where the late singer got her start singing as a child.
- The latest on Bobby Brown, the guests, the broadcast and security for Whitney Houston's funeral.
- Whitney Houston's death certificate was released Wednesday. See the document in its entirety here.
- The National Weather Service has declared Boston is at risk of being struck by tornadoes on Wednesday evening as extreme weather in the western part of Massachusetts has hit Springfield with two twisters which have killed at least 4 people.
- A number of Massachusetts counties are under a Tornado watch, with reports of a tornado having already touched down in the western part of the state, and warnings of thunderstorms, large hail and damaging winds.
- There is a tornado watch in effect in Boston on Wednesday evening with reports of a tornado touchdown in western Massachusetts.