One of the first things most people notice about Russell Lala is his passion for a nice set of wheels.
"I find the ones on the Internet that don't run, don't look so good," Lala explained. "Fix 'em up, get 'em to run, then sell it."
Lala spends most of his free time helping his friends or his father work on cars, but he uses a motorized wheelchair to get around himself.
"Basically, it's a big roller coaster," Lala told FOX 9 News, "having to overcome different things constantly -- but
My husband and I have been married for eight years. He was my first love, and I love him dearly. We have four children, ranging in age from 10 years to 8 months. I am dedicated to my husband and our children. While I was pregnant with our last child, he had an affair and fathered a child with that woman. He and I have worked through our problems and are determined to make our marriage work. We have opened our home and will raise the other child with our children. My sisters and my girlfriend sa
New York (CNN) - The day Anthony Colon heard his older brother had been gunned down in East Harlem, he began struggling with a rage that would last for years.
The anger wore him down. He missed him desperately.
He hated the three men who had fired 13 bullets into his brother who was unarmed.
“Oh, God, it just - it just put so much hate in my life. I hated everybody. I hated everything. It made me to be a person, like a monster,” said Colon, who considered his brother Wilfredo his only
LeToya Luckett and LaTavia Roberson have forgiven Beyoncé for kicking them out of Destiny's Child, more than a decade on.
The pair put an impending lawsuit against the star aside to praise her for her big Super Bowl comeback performance on Sunday.
Beyoncé was joined on stage by the surviving members of Destiny's Child - Kelly Rowland and Michelle Williams - who have released a Greatest Hits compilation album.
Roberson, 31, said: "Obviously, seeing Beyoncé was the highlight [of the Supe