Khloé Kardashian Says She Doesn't 'Feel a Sense of Urgency' to Date or Be in a Relationship

Khloé Kardashian Says She Doesn't 'Feel a Sense of Urgency' to Date or Be in a Relationship

Khloe Kardashian hasn’t totally ruled out giving marriage another go, but for right now, she doesn’t “feel a sense of urgency” to jump back into the dating game.

The Good American designer recently opened up to divorce attorney Laura Wasser on the podcast Divorce Sucks!, where the host asked Kardashian, 34, about her current relationship status and whether or not she was open to trying out marriage again.

Kardashian admitted that she would be open to tying the knot again, but after her divorce from her ex-husband Lamar Odom, and her split from ex-boyfriend Tristan Thompson — with whom she shares 13-month-old daughter True Thompson — the Keeping Up with the Kardashians star is taking things slow.

“Sadly, maybe I’ll have another really good break up album for myself,” the reality star joked in a TMZ clip of the interview after briefly chatting about Adele, who recently filed for divorce from her husband.

But despite everything she has been through in her past relationships, Kardashian told Wasser that she has taught herself how to “be okay.”

“I’ve learned from my first ex-husband that it’s going to be okay,” the star said of her past relationship with Odom, who recently admitted to all of his marriage wrong-doings in his new memoir, From Darkness To Light.

She continued, “But Lamar was so hard for me because that was the first time I really had my heart broken and I think that me knowing that I could survive that, and like it’s gonna be okay and life gets better. I always look at life from a positive perspective. I would have rather had those moments that I had of greatness and had to lose it than to have never experienced it ever.”

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It’s been five years since Kardashian split from Odom after a tumultuous four-year marriage, but the NBA champion says he still has regrets about how things ended with his ex.

“I wish I could have been more of a man,” Odom, who admitted to being unfaithful during his relationship with the Keeping Up star and also hid from her his addiction to cocaine, told PEOPLE in an exclusive interview. “It still bothers me to this day. But regret is something we have to learn to live with.”

After their divorce

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Aspiring Nurse’s Body Is Found in Dumpster: ‘Worst Feeling I’ve Ever Felt,’ Says Brother

Aspiring Nurse’s Body Is Found in Dumpster: ‘Worst Feeling I’ve Ever Felt,’ Says Brother

Elizabeth Candice Laird, known as “Candy” by those closest to her, envisioned a life of helping others before her own life was taken.

The 27-year-old Detroit woman was weeks away from completing her degree as a surgical technician, and dreamed of becoming a nurse, when her body was discovered at about 9 a.m. Wednesday in a dumpster after police were called to the scene by someone who reported blood in an elevator at a nearby apartment building, reports local TV station WXYZ.

“She didn’t deserve this,” her mother, Diana Cann, told the outlet.

“My daughter was bright,” she said. “She was intelligent. She always wanted to be someone special in life.”

The victim’s older brother, Curtis, told the news station: “It’s the worst feeling I’ve ever felt in my life. I’m broken up in a million pieces.”

Detroit police Chief James Craig described suspect James Quill Cockerham as “a career criminal” in a news conference following Cockerham’s arrest on Saturday.

“That violent, predatory, cowardly suspect is now in custody,” he said.

Police were alerted on Wednesday to reports of blood in the elevator at the Parkview Towers and Square apartment building, and later said Laird and Cockerham had been seen together inside an elevator in the building, reports WDIV.

The victim’s family said she had been there at the gated building visiting her boyfriend. It was not clear how Cockerman gained entry.

The Wayne County Medical Examiner’s Office listed Laird’s manner of death as compressive asphyxia and ruled it a homicide, according to Fox2Detroit.

Prior convictions for Cockerham include those for weapons charges, criminal sexual conduct, armed robbery and car theft, and he is a registered sex offender, according to court records.

He was being held Monday morning in the Detroit Detention Center awaiting formal charges after his arrest on suspicion of parole violation and murder, a jail spokesman tells PEOPLE.

No bond was listed, and it could not be determined if he had entered a plea or acquired an attorney who might speak on his behalf.

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Trump to Meet Prince Charles After Future King ‘Agrees’ to Tea: Report

Trump to Meet Prince Charles After Future King ‘Agrees’ to Tea: Report

Donald Trump is expected to meet with Prince Charles for the first time since being elected.

The heir to the U.K. throne, 70, has “agreed to” meet with Trump, 72, during the controversial state visit in June, according to CNN, which also reported that the pair, who previously met in 2005 when Charles and wife Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, toured the U.S, is expected to have afternoon tea at the royal’s Clarence House residence.

Representatives from Clarence House and the White House did not immediately respond to PEOPLE’s requests for comment.

Trump, who has had his fair share of controversies in his relationship with Britain, and Charles have different stances when it comes to one of the royal’s most important causes: climate change.

Queen Elizabeth‘s son has highlighted the effects of climate change in his decades of public work, having made his first speech on the environment in December 1968 and continues to work with organizations to promote sustainable ways of living while warning of climate change’s irreversible effect.

Meanwhile, Trump has dismissed the damage of global warming, even quoting climate skeptics who claim it to be “fake science.”

In April, Buckingham Palace and the White House announced the president would be visiting the U.K. with First Lady Melania Trump for their first official state visit, though he made a working visit last summer.

The first couple will travel from June 3 to 5 where they will be greeted with the full pomp of an official state visit.

“This state visit will reaffirm the steadfast and special relationship between the United States and the United Kingdom,” the White House said in a statement.

Trump will also meet with Prime Minister Theresa May and he and the first lady will attend a commemorative event for the 75th anniversary of D-Day.

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Trump was first invited for a state visit — an offer that must be extended by the Queen — in 2017 right after being sworn into office.

But the official state trip was repeatedly delayed, with speculation that it was due to worries over the protests he might face. Trump also sparked intense backlash in June 2017 after he attacked London’s

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Aaron Carter Claims Michael Jackson Did 'One Thing That Was a Little Bit Inappropriate'

Aaron Carter Claims Michael Jackson Did 'One Thing That Was a Little Bit Inappropriate'

Aaron Carter is speaking out about his complicated past with Michael Jackson.

PEOPLE can exclusively reveal that Carter, 31, will be joining the next season of Marriage Boot Camp: Reality Stars Family Edition, where he will be sharing his thoughts on the late “King of Pop” following the controversial Leaving Neverland documentary.

“Michael was a really good guy, as far as I know, a really good guy,” Carter says in PEOPLE’s exclusive interview footage from the WE tv series.

“He never did anything that was inappropriate,” he continues.

“Except for one time. There was one thing that he did that was a little bit inappropriate,” he claims without elaborating further.

A rep for the Jackson family did not respond to PEOPLE’s request for comment.

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Jackson and the “Aaron’s Party” singer first met in the recording studio in 2001, when Carter was 14. The 13-time Grammy winner wanted Carter to partake in his charity song “What More Can I Give?” Carter did, and by September of that year, he and Jackson had gotten so close that Carter performed “I Want Candy” at Jackson’s anniversary celebration at Madison Square Garden.

Over the years, Carter has shut down rumors that Jackson came onto him sexually when he was younger, telling PEOPLE in 2004, “Michael and I have been friends for three years. … Nothing happened between me and Michael. We didn’t sleep in the same room, we didn’t share a bed. We have a normal friendship. There’s nothing sexual to it.”

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Carter, who will appear with his mother Jane Carter on the Family Edition season, is also getting candid about his rocky relationship with his older brother Nick Carter, 39.

“My brother and I weren’t talking before I went onto this show,” he explains in PEOPLE’s exclusive interview footage from Marriage Boot Camp. “After we did it, we’re back talking again.”

The pop brothers publicly feuded after the younger Carter’s DUI arrest in 2017, when he lashed out on Twitter after he felt his older

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How 2 'Heroes' Helped Police Rescue Texas Girl, 8, Snatched Off Street While Walking With Her Mom

How 2 'Heroes' Helped Police Rescue Texas Girl, 8, Snatched Off Street While Walking With Her Mom

When Jeff King heard that his old friend’s 8-year-old daughter had been grabbed on the street while walking with her mother Saturday night, he jumped in a car to help find her.

Along with a friend, King scanned the streets of Fort Worth, Texas, searching for young Salem Sabatka or the vehicle police said the girl had been whisked in to, Fort Worth police spokesman Buddy Calzada tells PEOPLE.

Ultimately, King and his fellow passenger spotted the vehicle parked outside of a WoodSpring Suites — and after the pair notified police, Salem was recovered safely and her alleged captor, 51-year-old Michael Webb, was arrested.

The Sunday morning recovery of the girl ended a harrowing episode that began when she was abducted at 6:40 p.m. on Saturday.

“He was a key factor into solving this case, literally,” says Calzada, who previously described the two citizens as “heroes.”

The second person with King has not authorized the release of his name.

“We got out here and tried to make a difference,” King said Monday on Good Morning America, reports CNN. “I went ahead and started looking at parks and then just kind of told this one motel, and we went there. And on the way back from that motel, this one was right next to us on the access road, so we just pulled in and yeah, that’s how it happened. It’s kind of crazy.”

King, a member of Bear Creek Bible Church in suburban Keller, learned about the abduction on a phone call from a friend, who shared the news that the daughter of their fellow high school classmate had been grabbed off the street, says Calzada.

Although King had not been in contact with Salem’s father for several years, King joined in the search, says Calzada.

Through social media and local media, Forth Worth police had quickly spread word about the abduction and “requested that the citizens of Fort Worth help us out,” he says.

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“Mr. King was one of the residents who basically heard our request and got into action,” says Calzada. “He actually checked several different locations with a fellow church member of his, and he’d been searching all night and was almost about to call it quits. As they were headed home, the

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