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The Sky's the limit for the New York Liberty, whose future on and off the court looks brighter than it's been in years
Three years after calling a glorified high school gym their home, the Liberty kept up with the reigning WNBA champions and set the stage for future success.
Yachts, beaches, romantic getaways, and a moving trip to Africa: How Lewis Hamilton and other F1 stars spent their summer breaks
The F1 season took a three-week summer break before the final nine races of the season. Most of the drivers spent the break having a little fun.
American fighter Luke Rockhold clapped back at Jake Paul after the internet celeb trashed him on Twitter
Luke Rockhold, a long-time UFC athlete, said Jake Paul doesn't understand what fighting is, after the internet celebrity trashed him on Twitter.
Ghislaine Maxwell's old legal team is suing her, saying she owes them more than $850,000 in attorneys fees
Maxwell is being sued by the Denver-based law firm Haddon, Morgan, and Foreman. Two of the firm's lawyers represented her during her federal trial.
Alabama pastor left 'traumatized' after being arrested while watering his neighbors flowers, his lawyer says
Video shows the pastor being arrested after refusing to give the officers identification while he watered his neighbors flowers.
A Texas middle school named for a Black author deemed parts of his biography 'not appropriate' for students
"Life Is So Good," which is about George Dawson, is under review in the district after a teacher said she wanted to teach it to a seventh-grade class.
A woman mysteriously couldn't poop for a month. Hundreds of thousands of people started tuning in to follow her struggle on TikTok.
Cherine Docherty shared every moment of her bowel issues on TikTok. She hopes to inspire others to not be embarrassed when it comes to their health.
Ryan Reynolds and Rob McElhenney have breathed new life into their low-level Welsh soccer club — and invigorated the city of Wrexham itself
"Welcome to Wrexham" – an all-access docuseries showcasing Reynolds' and McElhenney's first two seasons at Wrexham – premiered on August 24.
Live updates in the Kobe Bryant plane crash photos trial: Jury sides with Vanessa Bryant, awarding her $16 million and singling out troublesome practices at the LA County Sheriff's Department
Kobe Bryant's wife Vanessa Bryant is suing LA County for emotional distress, alleging that county officials shared graphic photos of the crash site.
Uvalde school police chief fired 3 months after heavily criticized response to Robb Elementary School shooting
The decision by the Uvalde Consolidated Independent School District Board came three months after 21 were shot and killed at Robb Elementary School.
Jury awards Vanessa Bryant $16 million in lawsuit against Los Angeles County first responders who took and shared graphic photos of Kobe and Gigi Bryant's remains
Bryant sued the county after first responders took and shared graphic photos of the January 2020 helicopter crash that killed Kobe and Gianna Bryant.
A threatening husband, missing goats, a dog lost for days: Police calls involving Rep. Lauren Boebert's home
The Boeberts either called the Garfield Sheriff's Department in Colorado or had the department called on them at least four times since 2018.
It's been six months since Russian forces invaded Ukraine. Thousands of people have been killed, and millions of Ukrainians have been displaced.
Attorneys in Kobe Bryant helicopter crash trial ask for up to $75 million in damages as case comes to close on late basketball star's birthday
Vanessa Bryant's attorneys will ask jurors to award the plaintiffs between $100,000 to $1million in future annual emotional distress damages.
TikTok took down several popular Andrew Tate fanpages after Insider requested comment from the platform. There are still numerous copycat accounts.
The 2022 college football season starts this week. A bunch of schools have already unveiled new uniforms and helmets that will be worn this year.
A single mother says she was fired from her job after her coworker reported her TikTok post to school officials
Nicole Johnson, 30, said she was fired from her job as a teacher because her coworker reported her TikTok videos to the administration.
PGA Tour announces massive changes to calendar, player payouts — and a new Tiger Woods-backed league — in response to LIV Golf challenge
The PGA Tour commissioner announced a slate of 20 "Elevated Events," averaging $20 million purses, and a minimum earnings program for exempt players.
Candace Parker forced a rare own-basket after a bizarre deflection off an opponent ricocheted into the hoop
The improbable bucket was shocking even to Parker, who has scored in nearly every way imaginable over her illustrious 15-year WNBA career.
An American fighter channeled WWE icon The Undertaker with 'Tombstone Piledriver' finisher in UFC Contender Series battle
Contender Series winner Darrius Flowers earned a UFC deal for hitting his opponent with a move out of The Undertaker's playbook in WWE.
Daniel Ricciardo and McLaren agree to part ways and star's Formula One future is likely down to 2 teams
Daniel Ricciardo and McLaren are going their separate ways after the 2022 season, opening door for top prospect Oscar Piastri.
Harry Styles has previously confirmed that the hit song is about both the "sweetness of life" and also the "female orgasm."
Instagram's pilot influencers are also feeling the stress of air travel chaos and airline staffing shortages
Pilots explain what it's like for the people working in the travel industry who bear the brunt of vacationers' disappointment and frustration.
Local funeral homes refused to handle services for Uvalde gunman after elementary school shooting, county coroner says
The county coroner said the gunman's body was in a morgue for three weeks before an out-of-town funeral home offered to take the remains.
Andrew Tate filmed a 'final message' to fans, railing against his ban from social media for hate speech and claiming to 'champion' women
Tate, who is banned from Instagram, Facebook, YouTube, and TikTok, said he could have been a "champion" for women in new video.
The body of a Zion hiker who was missing for 3 days after being swept away from flood waters has been found, National Park Service says
Jetal Agnihotri, a 29-year-old from Tuscon, Arizona, was pronounced dead after being found in the Virgin River in Zion National Park.
Manchester United's manager punished his players with a 14 km run the day after embarrassing Week 2 loss. He joined them to prove a point.
United's players had collectively run about 8.5 miles less than Brentford's players when it was beaten 4-0 by the Bees on August 13.
An unbeaten 21-year-old earned an instant UFC deal when his hook shot bounced his opponent off the cage
Dana White handed five UFC deals to winning athletes from Tuesday's episode of Contender Series as they all won in awesome ways.
Nick Saban signed a $93.6 million extension with the Alabama Crimson Tide that makes him the highest-paid coach in college football once again.
Canada cuts funding for an anti-racism initiative over its top consultant's 'vile' antisemitic tweets
The anti-racism consultant tweeted derogatory comments about a variety of people, including a First Nations representative and Queen Elizabeth II.
The South Sudanese ambassador to the UN was arrested on suspicion of rape but was set free after police realized he had diplomatic immunity.
A driver was asleep in an armored truck when burglars stole 22 bags of jewelry and other items worth millions of dollars from the vehicle, according to lawsuit
Brink's said authorities accounted for 51 of the 73 bags logged for the shipment, estimating the value of the 22 missing bags at $8.7 million.
Capitol Records cuts ties with FN Meka, the 'virtual rapper' with over 10 million followers, after backlash
Capitol Records signed FN Meka this month, but faced a backlash after allegations that the virtual rapper perpetuated anti-Black stereotypes.
Prosecutor drops charges against police officers involved in the fatal shooting of Rayshard Brooks, saying they 'committed no crimes'
The prosecutor said Atlanta Police Officer Garrett Rolfe, who fatally shot Brooks, was "justified in the use of force regarding the situation."
An MMA fighter nicknamed 'Pitbull' scored a knockout so quick that the clock didn't even make it to the screen
Bogdan Gnidko set a KSW MMA record when he scored a lightning-fast five-second knockout Saturday.
Rainfall shattered records in parts of Texas, leaving hundreds of cars stranded in the streets and dozens waiting to be rescued from their homes.
An Oklahoma school district put a teacher on leave after she shared a link to Brooklyn library's banned book site
To protect themselves amid a ban on Critical Race Theory, teachers have completely dismantled their classroom libraries, the educator told Insider.
Dwyane Wade's Los Angeles County home reportedly went over its water budget by 489,000 gallons in May
Dwyane Wade and Gabrielle Union reportedly went over their water budget by 90,000 gallons in June as California deals with a severe dought.
Conor McGregor won't fight in the UFC until 2023, according to a representative. UFC boss Dana White expected him to have returned already.
An influencer is being investigated by Chinese authorities after followers accused her of eating a great white shark in a video, reports say
Police in China are investigating an influencer who they believe ate an endagered species of shark while filming a video, according to local outlets.
2 men found guilty of conspiracy to kidnap Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer after their first trial ended in partial mistrial
A jury found Barry Croft and Adam Fox guilty on counts of conspiracy to kidnap Whitmer and conspiracy to use a weapon of mass destruction.
Photos of flooding in drought-stricken Dallas show water rushing through homes and cars submerged on waterlogged roads
At least one woman was killed during the rainfall when her car was swept away by flood waters, a Dallas County official said.
Tom Brady's absence from the Bucs' training camp is still unexplained, but he looked sharp to teammates and onlookers in his return.
At least 896 people have been charged in the Capitol insurrection so far. This searchable table shows them all.
Thousands of pro-Trump supporters descended on the US Capitol on January 6, 2021. Over a year later, 896 people have been charged with crimes.
William and Kate are moving from London to Windsor so the royal family's children can start at a new school in September
The royal family's permanent residence and office will remain at Kensington Palace as they settle their kids into school outside of Windsor.