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There was a moment after intermission at Cynthia Erivo’s Hollywood Bowl show when she returned to the stage with no shoes on. She wanted her feet to touch the ground. She was taking everything in, and that called for her heels to come off. Until last week, Erivo had never even set foot in the […]
At this year’s pandemic-stricken Summer Games, having a family member in attendance is a luxury most athletes can’t enjoy. For Tara, it pays to have her dad as a coach.
A study released by health officials on Friday suggests that even people who are vaccinated can be contagious. Live COVID-19 updates.
Barajas, 19, was one of two people shot during a screening of "The Forever Purge" at the Regal Edwards Theatre in Corona, California.
The fire burning 12 miles northeast of Boise is currently 25% contained.
Three years later, J.C. Jackson has made a name for himself as a defensive ballhawk in the New England Patriots secondary. “I approach it the same way I did my rookie year,” the 6-foot-1, 198-pound cornerback said Saturday following the Patriots’ fourth straight day of training camp practices on the fields behind Gillette Stadium. Jackson was at his best in 2020 when he finished with nine interceptions, second in the NFL to Xavien Howard’s 10 with Miami.
Trayvon Bromell and Andre de Grasse are the favourites to win gold but the race is wide open after the American squeezed through round one
Unlike in the first Test that was lost 22-17, the ‘Bomb Squad’ had the desired impact from the bench for South Africa.
Simeon Woods-Richardson, the youngest U.S. baseball player at the Tokyo Olympics, was woken up at 2 a.m. on Saturday by an unexpected phone call. On it, the 20-year-old Toronto Blue Jays pitching prospect learned he had been traded to the Minnesota Twins for young phenom Jose Berrios hours before Major League Baseball's annual trading deadline. "I was half-asleep," he told Reuters late Saturday after the United States beat South Korea.
Lawmakers in a suburban New York county are set to vote Monday on a proposal that would allow police officers to sue protesters and collect financial damages
Clare Crawley posted a lengthy caption on Instagram after having her breast implants removed.
Prime minister’s wife reveals she was ‘heartbroken’ by miscarriage earlier this year
Mortgage rates have been sitting near historic lows since the beginning of 2021, but in recent weeks, they've really come down. In spite of that, mortgage applications to purchase a new home hit their lowest level in over a year for the week ending June 23, according to the Mortgage Bankers Association. In June, housing inventory was up, and there were 1.25 million available homes for sale, representing a 2.6-month supply.
The teen remained on life support until early Saturday morning.
A new “fastest woman alive” has been crowned at the Tokyo Olympics. Jamaican sprinter Elaine Thompson-Herah just beat the record previously held by Florence Griffith Joyner by a one-hundredth of a second. Thompson-Herah took home the gold in Tokyo on Saturday, completing the women’s 100 meter race in just 10.61 seconds and narrowly beating out Flo-Jo’s record of 10.62 set during the 1988 Seoul Games. This is the sprinter’s second gold medal. She also won the top-prize in the same event at the 20
Washington, D.C., Mayor Muriel Bowser got in a maskless photo with comedian Dave Chappelle before her mandate requiring face coverings went into effect Saturday.
Around this time every Olympic cycle, the racing world clamors for its own international event. It is not needed.
The owner of a private hospital in Afghanistan said the Afghan air force bombed the facility on Saturday, killing one person and injuring three others. Dr Mohammad Din Narewal, the owner of the 20-bed Afghan Ariana Specialty Hospital, told The Associated Press that provincial government officials informed him his hospital in Lashkar Gah was targeted based on the information from the defense ministry. “But there were no Taliban in the hospital,” said Narewal.
Ukrainian law enforcement agencies traded barbs on Saturday after a judge who disappeared in mysterious circumstances while facing a corruption investigation resurfaced and contacted the authorities from a village. Judge Mykola Chaus left Ukraine for neighbouring Moldova in 2016 while facing bribery charges which his wife, Svitlana, says were fabricated. His whereabouts had remained unknown until Friday when Ukraine's state security service (SBU) said it was contacted by Chaus from a village in UIkraine's western Vinnytsia region.
"I think we have to take a deep breath and say, 'Okay, what do we need to do?'"