- The storm has already killed one person and injured several others.
'The Bachelor 2014 Spoilers: Sharleen's Feelings Similar To Desiree Hartsock's 'Bachelorette' Contestant, Brooks ForesterBrooks Forester broke Desiree Hartsock's heart on "The Bachelorette." Will Sharleen do the same to Juan Pablo on "The Bachelor"?
- We’re not done obsessing over Brooks’ and Desiree’s cry fest of a breakup. Turns out there may have been more to it than “Bachelorette” fans thought.
- "Bachelorette" Desiree came face-to-face with her ex-boyfriends Drew and Brooks during the "After The Rose" special. Where is Desiree now?
- "The Bachelorette" quest for love will end when the season finale premieres on ABC on Aug. 5 from 8 - 10 p.m. Find out who Desiree Hartsock will pick, and watch more drama unfold when "The Bachelorette: After The Finale Rose" airs after the finale.
- Brooks left Desiree and "Bachelorette" viewers heartbroken in part one of the finale. But is there still hope for a happy ending?
- Part one of "The Bachelorette" airs on Monday, July 29.
- Antigua may be the first nation to have a government-run torrent site, effectively legalizing piracy, with World Trade Organization approval.
- The leaders of Mexico and Colombia (two major drug-producing nations) have also called for a new approach to coping with the violent and hugely lucrative narcotics trade.
- Allen Stanford was found guilty of conspiracy and fraud charges by a federal jury on Tuesday for leading a $7 billion Ponzi scheme from his offshore bank in Antigua.
- Defense lawyers made a case for Allen Stanford's innocence on Friday in a courtroom filled with people who claim he stole millions of dollars of their savings. Some two dozen investors were at the federal courthouse in Houston to mark the third anniversary of the closure of the Stanford Financial Group in February 2009.
- Allen Stanford used fake accounting to prop up his offshore bank in its waning days, as withdrawal requests from investors poured in, Stanford's former top deputy said on Monday.
- Texas financier Allen Stanford drew on a secret Swiss bank account to pay bribes and for personal expenses such as yacht maintenance, the government's top witness said at Stanford's fraud trial on Friday.