Kareem Abdul-Jabbar’s son was arrested this week after allegedly stabbing his neighbor multiple times, per reports.
One writer decided not to wash her hair for 14 days to see how it would affect her scalp and hair condition.
A black bear nicknamed "Bruno" by his social media followers wandered hundreds of miles across four states before authorities sedated and moved him.
A 17-year-old Florida girl has died after contracting the coronavirus and being treated at home with hydroxychloroquine by her mother, who is a nurse, and step-father, a physician’s assistant.
West has inaccurately asserted that vaccines paralyze kids, despite his wife getting their daughter and her whole family vaccines in 2013.
The hardest part of the challenge turned out to be mental instead of physical, senior lifestyle reporter Rachel Hosie found.
Marine mammal zoologist Anna Hall told Vice that unless a new shark species has entered local waters then "something unusual is going on."
Dr Olivia Cui showed how in a few seconds you can make a basic face mask much more effective, and the video has been viewed 3.4 million times.
Shaasia Washington died during a C-section at a Brooklyn hospital. The tragedy illustrates a persistent disparity affecting women of color.
Floyd and another woman on the scene told the officers that he had been shot before and was worried about it happening again.
A man Queensland police identified as Jimmy was driving down the highway in Calliope, Australia, on June 15 when he saw a snake at his feet.
"The Dark Knight" is one of the best Batman movies. But the more you watch it, some plot holes become more apparent. The novelization resolves some.
Australia’s prime minister says his country has suspended its extradition treaty with Hong Kong and extended visas for Hong Kong residents in response to China’s imposition of a tough national security law on the semi-autonomous territory.
States are opening back up, but some still require or recommend visitors self-quarantine for two weeks. Find out where.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo signed an order Saturday stripping paid sick leave for New Yorkers who voluntarily travel to high-risk states after June 25.
The NWSL Players Association is adamant about "sticking to protocols that have been put in place" for the Challenge Cup, "and that means no fans."
Apa, who plays Archie in The CW show, is usually clean-shaven for his role as a high schooler and normally wears his hair in a tidy quiff, dyed red.
Three new UK reports are recommending that people boost their vitamin D levels as a precaution against the coronavirus, despite uncertain evidence.
The couple officially began dating in October 2019 and have since gotten matching tattoos together and shared plenty of PDA photos on social media.
There are still taboos around breastfeeding, and its challenges — including latch issues and infections — which typically aren't discussed openly.
"One Tree Hill" premiered in September 2003 and ended in April 2012 after nine seasons.
Insider spoke to queer directors, including Wash Westmoreland and Craig Johnson, about the need for LGBT representation in superhero movies.
Several titles have already had to change plans due to the coronavirus pandemic, but there are still a lot of movies set to hit the big screen.
ABrazilian man infected with the AIDS virus has shown no sign of it for more than a year since he stopped HIV medicines after an intense experimental drug therapy aimed at purging hidden, dormant virus from his body, doctors reported Tuesday.
Amtrak wants you to have sweet dreams the next time you travel — so much so that it's sweetening the deal on its sleeper "roomettes."
After speculation last week that "The Ellen DeGeneres Show" might be canceled, people began to falsely report that the host had taken her own life.
"Tenet" hits movie theaters on August 12, but if you don't want to risk going to the cinema, these flicks are here to help.
Carnival said its newest ship will not sail until Feb. 6. Renovations on a second ship have also been delayed, resulting in cancellations and changes.
Fourteen flight attendants tested positive for COVID-19 after attending training at Hawaiian Airlines headquarters and are in quarantine.
A lack of sleep can have many harmful health effects, both in the short-term and long-term. Here's what you should know.
As Walt Disney World prepares to reopen Saturday, Florida has recorded the largest weekly increase in coronavirus cases in the country.
Jamaica is preparing to welcome back international tourists June 15, though visitors from some states will have to provide a negative COVID-19 test.
"There's so many amazingly talented gay actors that could do it as well," Grabeel said in an interview with TMZ.
Insider spoke with dermatologists to learn how to keep yourself protected from the sun.
Beijing’s national security office was inaugurated in Hong Kong on Wednesday, just over a week after China’s central government imposed a tough new law on the city.
Eight-time Olympic gold medalist Usain Bolt and his girlfriend, Kasi Bennett, gave birth to a baby girl in May.
Aidan Caroll's "Roner Coaster" videos have racked up millions of views in just a few days on TikTok.
Paltrow has been spending her days at home doing breathwork and yoga, consuming nutrient shots and lentils, and having "small doses of rejuvenation."
The first day of the 3-week-long libel trial saw Depp and his attorneys presenting his side of his marriage with the actress.
A woman living with a chronic illness describes how to cope with the "new normal" of the world with the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic based on her chronic illness experiences.
A 36-year-old man was declared HIV-free after taking a cocktail of anti-retroviral drugs, but scientists are not rushing to declare this a milestone.
Yahoo Fantasy's Dalton Del Don and Matt Harmon take a look at the Bills quarterback's outlook for the upcoming season, including how Buffalo can make life easier for the third-year signal caller. Subscribe to the Yahoo Fantasy Football Podcast on Apple Podcasts, Spotify or wherever you get your podcasts.
Yahoo Sports’ Liz Loza connects with Seattle Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll and team psychologist Dr. Michael Gervais. Carroll gives his take on the importance of proper leadership in these unprecedented times, a possible preseason with no games, and the thought of playing at home without the 12s in the stands. Carroll and Dr. Gervais co-created Compete to Create: An Approach to Living and Leading Authentically. The Audible Original will offer an in-depth look at how world-class athletes, artists, and entrepreneurs organize their inner lives to thrive in any environment.
All-Pro defensive end JJ Watt joins Jared on behalf of Gatorade’s Beat the Heat program to discuss the difficulties players will encounter should the NFL cancel the preseason, whether the league might allow social justice messages on jerseys like the NBA, and what it was like spending quarantine with another world class athlete, his wife, Kealia Ohia. PLUS: JJ dishes on his secret quarantine skill, considers a sack dance without fans, and reveals how a little math and a lot of Gatorade keeps you hydrated.
Terez Paylor and Charles Robinson explain why the name is finally changing in Washington on the latest Yahoo Sports NFL podcast.