Ja Morant remains suspended indefinitely by the Memphis Grizzlies after appearing on social media with a gun again, and it sounds like some significant discipline from the NBA could be on the way.
One of the biggest themes of Cathie Wood's Ark Invest is technology. Her biggest bets revolve around tech that Wood and her team have determined will be 'disruptive' in some manner, despite the volatility that is common in the industry.
A Louisiana community is still reeling over the tragic death of 6-year-old Bella Fontenelle. Her body was found in May, strangled and stuffed into a 10-gallon bucket in her mother’s front yard in Jefferson Parish. Bunnak “Hannah” Landon, 43, has been charged in Bella’s death. She is also the girlfriend of Bella’s father.
Why does Metallica drummer Lars Ulrich need defending? It seems almost bizarre that the question even has to be asked. But as dyed-in-the-wool Metallica fans know, a certain subset of metal listeners seem intent on consistently criticizing his drumming skills. Still, Ulrich has had several fellow musicians who have come to his defense, including other drummers.
Jacky Oh, a former star of BET’s “Wild ’N Out” and longtime partner of current cast member DC Young Fly, has died at the age of 32, the sketch and rap battle show announced on Thursday.The cause of the actor and entrepreneur’s death wasn’t revealed.
What would happen if aliens contacted us? It’s a longstanding question that now has at least a partial answer, after a transmission designed to mimic correspondence from an extraterrestrial civilization made its way to Earth from Mars.
An all-female jury heard gripping testimony and saw gruesome photos before finding a metro-east man guilty of first-degree murder for chasing down his girlfriend in a truck, intentionally hitting her, cutting off her leg and leaving her to die on the side of a highway.
Taylor Swift wants her fans to know she's in a good place right now. On Saturday night, the "Anti-Hero" singer let fans at her Foxborough, MA, Eras Tour stop know just how well she's doing. Before launching into her first-ever performance of "Question...?" from her "Midnights" album, Swift addressed the crowd to tell them she's happier than she's ever been before. "I've just never been this happy in my life, in all aspects of my life ever," she said in a video shared on social media. "And I just want to thank you for being a part of that."
Financial infidelity has become increasingly sophisticated, as investors "hop" coins across blockchains and sink their cash into metaverse properties. CNBC spoke with divorce attorneys from Florida, New York, Texas and California, blockchain forensic investigators, financial advisors, spouses who were hunting down virtual coins and some of the crypto holders themselves to find out how crypto plays into divorce.
Summer is nearly here, and everyone is still feeling the crunch of inflation in their pocketbooks. With subscription prices for streaming services on the rise, it can be hard to find quality entertainment at a fair price. YouTube has some free movies, but in general, major streamers like Netflix and Apple TV+ require a fee to access their digital treasures.
Deputies in Washington County, Virginia have arrested a man on drug and gun-related offenses.Larry Harless, Jr. was taken into custody Wednesday at a travel plaza in Glade Spring. Deputies say Harless was "slumped behind the running vehicle." Officers also discovered a firearm and more than $14,000 in cash.
A deal between President Biden and congressional Republicans to lift the debt ceiling claws back billions of dollars in unspent pandemic relief funding but leaves money in place for front-line Covid-19 investments such as next-generation vaccines and testing.
It took 55 years and an at-home DNA test, but US Marshals have finally closed a cold case after decades of tracking a murderer who killed his parents and escaped from prison. In 1958, then-16-year-old William Leslie Arnold fought with his parents over taking their car to the drive-in before fatally shooting them both and burying them in the backyard of the family's home. After serving a decade of his life sentence, he and another inmate escaped from the Nebraska State Penitentiary.
Most people would take offense if they were called a psychopath, but Mia Lee doesn't mind. A former Wall Street forensic accountant, she credits her luxurious lifestyle — in which she regularly indulges in expensive hobbies like whiskey and cigar tastings and joy rides in sports cars — to her psychopathic tendencies.She's self-employed, running her "professional girlfriend" business where she escorts rich men who happily hand over a minimum of $3,000 for just two hours of her time.
Despite criticism for continuing to engage with conspiracy theories, Elon Musk is posting through it.In the past five days, Musk has doubled down on a conspiracy theory about the Allen, Texas, shooter; tweeted that billionaire philanthropist George Soros (who has long been the target of antisemitic conspiracy theories online) wants to “erode the very fabric of civilization” and “hates humanity;” and promoted a quickly debunked rumor that falsely claimed Washington Post journalist Taylor Lorenz was related to the founder of the Internet Archive.
You may have seen Cedric the Chihuahua before if you've spent a lot of time on the dog side of TikTok, but nothing beats his adorable springtime videos. He went viral last year for rating flowers in his garden, and this year--he's back at it! @Tinychihuahuacedric makes up in cuteness what he lacks in size, and we just can't get enough
The International Energy Agency (IEA) does not expect moves by the Group of Seven nations to counter the evasion of price caps on Russian energy will change the supply situation for crude oil and oil products, the IEA's Executive Director Fatih Birol said.The G7, the European Union and Australia agreed to impose a $60-per-barrel price cap on Russian seaborne crude oil and also set an upper price limit for Russian oil products to deprive Moscow of revenues for its invasion of Ukraine.
World leaders attending the Group of Seven summit in Hiroshima have been treated to a belt-expanding tour of local gastronomical delights with a host of menus showcasing the best of Japanese fine dining. Among some of the more luxury ingredients the cohort has sampled so far were fresh Japanese oysters, hiba beef and sea urchins – some of the country’s most prized exports – prepared in the style of a kaiseki meal, a meticulously prepared, exquisitely served and, usually, very expensive style of multi-course meal.