- LifestyleIn The Know by Yahoo
TikTokers were shocked by what this mom uncovered in the toddler clothes section.
- PoliticsRolling Stone
"Nuclear weapons issue is a Hoax, just like Russia, Russia, Russia was a Hoax," the former president raged on Truth Social
- U.S.Tampa Bay Times, St. Petersburg, Fla.
Friends up north and across Tampa Bay snickered when Brian Lafferty revealed where he’d bought a new home. His 30-year-old daughter in Boston called to express concern. Even his ex-wife asked him about it. “Without exception, every person I’ve told I bought a house in The Villages has asked the same thing,” Lafferty said. “‘Isn’t that the STD capital of the United States?’” The Villages, a ...
- SportsE! News
After Tom Brady missed the Tampa Bay Buccaneers' team practice on Aug. 11, head coach Todd Bowles said the NFL quarterback will be taking time away from the team. Find out when he'll return.
A top LA County coroner described in graphic testimony what Kobe Bryant's body looked like to give the jury a glimpse of what the crash site photos may have portrayed
Emily Tauscher provided jurors with a gruesome mental image of the photos allegedly snapped by the defendants.
Renter Lynne Mishele thanked supporters and said she was "still recovering and trying to figure out up from down" after the Los Angeles wreck.
- CelebrityWomen's Health
Dua Lipa flaunted her toned legs and butt in a thong bodysuit and fishnet tights in some new photos from a performance. The singer loves early morning workouts.
- PoliticsAZCentral | The Arizona Republic
Federal sources tell Newsweek what happened at Mar-a-Lago: The FBI truly thought this wasn't going to be a big deal. Whoops.
Footage of Japanese kickboxer Rukiya “Demolition Man” Anpo recently went viral for showing him beating up uninvited fighters who interrupted a training session – or did they really? A video of the fight shows a group of "street fighters" seemingly barging into the gym where Anpo, 26, and fellow Japanese kickboxer Kosei Yamada, 29, were training. Several social media posts claimed that the "street fighters" challenged them to a fight.
The scientific theory of why some Americans don't want Brittney Griner to come home from a Russian prison
Plenty of Americans don't support the US government's efforts to bring Brittney Griner home. An expert in hostage taking and recovery explains why.
- LifestyleWashington Post
Gerry Keene was 500 feet underground on a cave exploration adventure in Missouri when his headlamp shone on something he'd never seen this deep in a cave: a dog. She was skinny with matted fur and had curled up on a slab of cold rock, too weak to wag her tail or whimper.Subscribe to The Post Most newsletter for the most important and interesting stories from The Washington Post. Keene had seen fish, frogs and other small amphibians on his previous trips underground, but the last thing he expecte