Kimora Lee Simmons Relaunches Baby Phat with Daughters Aoki and Ming Lee, Who Star in the New Ads

Kimora Lee Simmons Relaunches Baby Phat with Daughters Aoki and Ming Lee, Who Star in the New Ads

The new era of Baby Phat is officially here.

Kimora Lee Simmons Leissner’s iconic early-2000s brand Baby Phat — which she founded with then-husband Russell Simmons in 1999 — relaunched Friday on babyphat.com with 16 totally nostalgic pieces, including velour tracksuits and bedazzled tank tops,

Family Thought Their Home Was Robbed — Until Finding Bite Marks Courtesy of ‘Mischievous’ Dog

Family Thought Their Home Was Robbed — Until Finding Bite Marks Courtesy of ‘Mischievous’ Dog

When you’re not home watching them, sometimes dogs can create quite the mess!

After returning home from a shopping trip one day to find their kitchen had been completely trashed, a family living in Warrington, England, thought their home had been burglarized.

“We went shopping and we were

Blink-182 Releases New Christmas Song, Collaborations with XXXTentacion and The Chainsmokers

Blink-182 Releases New Christmas Song, Collaborations with XXXTentacion and The Chainsmokers

It’s a good day to be a Blink-182 fan.

Though the pop-punk band released their latest album, Nine, only three months ago, they dropped a slew of new songs on Friday, including a holiday anthem called “Not Another Christmas Song.”

The lyrics of the track stray away from including the Yuletide

Ky. Mom Whose Toddler Drowned After She Drove onto Flooded Bridge Is Charged with Murder

Ky. Mom Whose Toddler Drowned After She Drove onto Flooded Bridge Is Charged with Murder

A 28-year-old Kentucky woman has been charged with murder after she drove into flood waters and her 20-month old son was swept away.

Alexandra Richardson was also charged with two felony counts of wanton endangerment and operating a vehicle under the influence in the death of her son.

“If you show wanton disregard

Couple Sues School District for Not Alerting Them to Daughter's Suicide Threat Before Her Death

Couple Sues School District for Not Alerting Them to Daughter's Suicide Threat Before Her Death

The parents of a 12-year-old girl who died by suicide last spring have filed suit against her school district, school principal and counselor, alleging that school policy was violated after they “failed and refused” to take action upon learning the middle schooler had expressed suicidal thoughts.

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