"I don’t know how all of this got so twisted," the mogul and reality star lamented.
The crowdfunder to hire a hitman remained online for five months – yet the fundraising platform avoided sanctions.
The woman’s nephew thanked members of the public for their "overwhelming" support.
So far $59,987 has been raised via the GoFundMe page, equivalent to £45,217.
One voice alone can start a change. Many voices together can achieve what seems the impossible
Bar worker remembered as 'bright and caring'.
'What James did was incredible'.
A homeless man who stood guard by an open car to make sure a handbag and money was not stolen has been overwhelmed by a campaign
Johnny has “more than a few ideas of where this money can go.”
Surprisingly, a second date still might happen.
A video of a husband kissing his wife has warmed hearts around the world, with more than three million people viewing it
Hundreds of pages were created in the aftermath of the fire.
Suspicious fundraising pages set up in the wake of the Grenfell disaster have had to be removed from crowdfunding sites. Hundreds
John Tomlin will appear in Thames Magistrates’ Court today.
A man has been charged following an acid attack on an aspiring model and her cousin that left them with life-changing injuries
On Tuesday morning, having woken up at 6am and re-started the endless pull down to refresh mantra of the previous night, the situation became human. Sparking on Twitter, and then spreading out to news media, Georgina Callander was identified as the first confirmed victim of the attack. A young, eighteen year old girl, visiting a concert with her friends was mercilessly killed by an unknown attacker. Quickly it became apparent that she was a fan of my musician friend, Dodie, and together we decided that this feeling of "I have got to do something about this" had to manifest itself into something larger.
Anna is currently taking five medications to shrink the tumour.
A 10-year-old girl with inoperable cancer has spoken about her wish to become a mum when she grows up, in a heartbreaking
March For Science. Why? Because A General Election Gives UK Scientists A Real Chance To Make Their Voices Heard
Equally never has it been a more important for science to stand up and be heard. At a time when fake news is rife and independent experts face challenges in getting their message heard, the aim of the March for Science is to celebrate the vital role that science plays in everyone's lives and to respect and encourage research that gives us insight into the world. We want to champion science and the cross-border collaborations that are vital for progress.