The possibility that Anna Duggar has forgiven embattled husband Josh and is prepared to share a home with him once more hangs over the Duggar family as TLC readies the second episode of Jill & Jessa: Counting On. Several new reports indicate that Josh Duggar is indeed participating in sex addiction therapy, and has been for months–and that a recent visit by Anna Duggar began the healing process for the couple. Read on to see the latest.
TLC's Duggar-based special Jill & Jessa: Counting On, the first part of which aired last night, was notable for several reasons. One of these was the fact that the special featured Josh Duggar's rarely seen brothers John-David and Joseph Duggar discussing Josh's involvement in the Ashley Madison hacking scandal, and swearing that they want to be nothing like the Most Disgraced Duggar. Read on to see what both brothers had to say.
Though Duggar family turmoil continues to rage in light of Josh Duggar's ongoing infidelity and molestation controversies, the family recently surprised observers with an unexpected update on Josh and Anna's daughter Meredith Grace. Read on for what the family had to say about the five-month old, and to see an adorable photo.
A Tarek and Christina controversy has soured the premiere of new Flip or Flop episodes for the couple. They're being taken to task by a legion of concerned homeowners, who say that the El Moussas' property-flipping ways are destroying the fabric of their community–and whose rallying cry is being echoed elsewhere in the country.
The latest Josh Duggar update brings more potential bad news for the disgraced reality TV star. According to new reports, Josh is "desperate" to save his marriage, and trying to come up with a plan to save it. Apparently, Josh doesn't believe that he can convince embattled wife Anna Duggar to have another child with him–at least, not yet–and is trying to resort to a simpler method to prove his love.
Anna Duggar is finally opening up about the ongoing sex scandal that's rocked her family and turned her husband into a pariah.
Moira Smith was a 9/11 first-responder who rescued more than 100 people from the Twin Towers before the second buiding collapsed and killed her. She was given one of Glamour magazine's "Woman of the Year" awards for 2001...but, now, her husband has returned Glamour's award, and done so with fervor. Why? According to James Smith's open letter, he is offended by the magazine's decision to grant Caitlyn Jenner the same award for 2015. Read on for Smith's full statement, plus Glamour's reaction.
There's a new controversy brewing for the coffee giant–and, this time, it isn't revolving around the high price per cup. Instead, Starbucks is facing criticism over its holiday cups. Read on to find out what all the fuss is about.