Once you’ve crunched the numbers, you may find yourself looking at a tax bill you’re not all that excited to pay. But that doesn’t mean you can’t get something out of the deal either, and that’s when your credit card comes in… maybe.
Kylie Jenner and Travis Scott have reportedly NOT repaired their relationship since those cheating rumors and they don’t have any plans to fix it for now. PLUS…Jordyn Woods might not have her best friend back but that’s not stopping her from making SEVERAL money moves since the scandal broke. On top of that we need to talk about Khloe Kardashian commenting on Tristan Thompson’s fathering abilities AND the birthday party Dream threw for her dad Rob Kardashian over the weekend. We’re talking about all the KarJenner news you missed this weekend RIGHT NOW so stay here to catch up.
After beating the Bucks on the road behind a monster game from Joel Embiid, the 76ers might have a legitimate claim to being the best squad in the Eastern Conference.
Mozambique's president says more than 1,000 people are feared dead four days after a cyclone slammed into the country, submerging entire villages and leaving bodies floating in the floodwaters
Hundreds of homes have flooded in northwest Missouri after the Missouri River overtopped and breached several levees following heavy rain and snowmelt upstream
An elderly reputed Connecticut mobster who federal authorities believe is the last person alive with information about the largest art heist in history has been released from prison and is criticizing federal officials
The Kardashian sisters were out celebrating Khloe being single! Also, Khloe sent some major shade Tristan's way using baby True. And Kendall Jenner was finally able to get Hailey Bieber out of the house! We are discussing all this and more on an all new Moments of the Week!
With Ryan Fitzpatrick going to Miami, the journeyman quarterback has a chance to throw passes for an eighth NFL team, which would be a record. SI Now's Robin Lundberg thinks Fitzmagic should be a QB barometer from here on out.
Government experts from 25 countries have opened off a meeting to look at ways of preventing an arms race in space, amid uncertainty whether some of the world's biggest powers will actually find it in their national interest