- U.S.NBC News
A Texas man charged with five counts of child sexual assault died after a jury convicted him and he chugged a bottle of liquid in the courtroom, his lawyer said.
Though Trump had a reputation for avoiding briefings and flushing meeting notes, he would ask officials for documents: 'Can I keep this?'
While in office, Donald Trump would ask officials if he could keep documents, his former Chief of Staff Mick Mulvaney told CNN's Erin Burnett
- LifestyleIn The Know by Yahoo
TikTokers were shocked by what this mom uncovered in the toddler clothes section.
Spend any amount of time in New York, and you'll feel it. Manhattan and Brooklyn are teeming with activity. The question, and one asked this week by the San Francisco Chronicle, is why San Francisco isn't bouncing back in the same way.
Short kings, rise and grind: Study says 5'6" men need to earn $175,000 more a year to be as desirable as 6’ men
Finance influencer Vivian broke down a study on online dating that found shorter men must earn more per year to be seen as desirable as taller men, with the number being even higher for Asian men. The study shows that, on average, men who are 5 feet 6 inches need to make an additional $175,000 annually to be as desirable as men who are almost 6 feet.
A top LA County coroner described in graphic testimony what Kobe Bryant's body looked like to give the jury an idea of what the crash-site photos may have shown
Emily Tauscher provided jurors with a gruesome mental image so they could have a sense of what any photos of the crash site would show.
- PoliticsThe Hill
Republicans, including Greene, have repeatedly accused the Justice Department of going after Trump for political reasons.
- CelebrityYahoo Life
The former MTV VJ addressed confused commenters in a TikTok video that's now gaining traction.
- 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.
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.
"Alarm has grown when you talk to advisers of the former president," Washington Post reporter Josh Dawsey tells MSNBC.