Chicago police officers who were captured on video “lounging” inside a burglarized building while people stole from nearby businesses are being investigated.
Mayor Lori Lightfoot issued a statement following the death of a 7-year-old girl, calling for self-reflection and more community investment.
If you have a pool, or are lucky enough to know someone who does, investing in fun gadgets can make the most of your summer. Whether you're lounging by the side soaking up some vitamin D or playing games with friends or family (complying with all COVID-19 health guidelines, of course), there are so many cool products worth owning. To help you find the best finds online, we did the browsing for you and couldn't believe all the cool things we uncovered. Ahead, you can shop the 19 choices we think will make your poolside days more enjoyable. Whether you're looking for fun floats or waterproof speakers, no doubt these are total game-changers. Keep reading to shop our top choices and snag the ones you can't wait to use. Related: This Millennial Pink Convertible Float Has Enough Room For You, Your BFF, AND a Couple Bottles of Rosé
After moving into my new apartment, I was in need of a new sofa, but finding the right one is a lot easier said than done. I went from store to store in hunt of the perfect plush piece I could lounge on night after night, but every time I fell in love with one, the price tag totally shocked me. In an effort to find the comfortable sofa of my dreams, I turned to the internet. While originally I thought virtual furniture shopping might be hard, it turns out tons of retailers have fast shipping options and easy returns, plus, the affordable prices just can't be beat. To help inspire you to find the right choice for your home, I curated a list of my 14 favorite picks from retailers like Amazon, Wayfair, and even Article. Keep reading to shop them all; I guarantee the prices and quality will surprise you, in a good way! Related: 40 Cool Home Products That Will Straight-Up Make Your Daily Life Easier
Black Ink Crew Chicago airs on Mondays at 8 p.m. ET on VH1
As Miami closed gyms and indoor dining at restaurants after a brief reopening, hospitals rapidly approached capacity.
An American medical student has been released from an Egyptian prison after being held for 486 days without trial.
Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp authorized the activation of up to 1,000 National Guard troops after a weekend of violence in Atlanta.
New guidelines will force international students to leave the U.S. or transfer to another college if their schools offer online-only classes this fall.