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TikTok star Anthony Barajas, the second victim of a double shooting at a Corona, Calif. movie theater on Monday, has died, according to authorities. In an update to the investigation released on Saturday, the Corona Police Department announced that Barajas, who had previously been on life support, died early on Saturday morning. “The Corona Police […]
Pakistan's versatile bowling attack did just enough to restrain a rampant Nicholas Pooran and come away with a seven-run victory over the West Indies in the second T20 International of the four-match series at the National Stadium in Guyana on Saturday.
The ongoing lawsuit against Activision Blizzard has made public some truly terrible and horrendous behavior that occurred across multiple studios and offices. Many women were allegedly sexually harassed, assaulted, and psychologically traumatized while the folks in power at the companies involved seemingly did little to stop or limit this behavior.
The 177-year-old company debuted its Pearson+ subscription service in the U.S.
Severe thunderstorm and flash flood warnings were issued for Phoenix, Arizona, and other nearby areas on Friday, July 30, as severe weather continued to impact the state.The National Weather Service issued a flurry of warnings on Friday in Arizona. In Flagstaff, residents filmed hail falling.This video, taken in Pinal County, southeast of Phoenix, shows lightning streaking across the sky on Friday night. Credit: Tiffany King via Storyful
The pair were reportedly seen taking pictures with people in their team uniforms.
CAPE TOWN (Reuters) -South Africa’s backs Makazole Mapimpi and Lukhanyo Am scored second half tries as the Springboks beat the British & Irish Lions 27-9 to win Saturday’s second test at the Cape Town Stadium and level the series. Handre Pollard added five penalties and a conversion for a 17-point contribution while the Lions points all came off the boot of Dan Biggar in a niggly and ill-tempered contest that again was one for the purists rather than the enthusiast. The result sets up a decider next Saturday after the Lions had won an attritional first test 22-17.
There are a growing number of people tapping their inner entrepreneur in the COVID-19 era.
The third day of athletics at the Tokyo Olympics takes place on Sunday. AFP Sport looks at five stand-out events:
South Africa overcame the loss of injured star forward Pieter-Steph du Toit on Saturday to score 21 unanswered second-half points and beat the British and Irish Lions 27-9 to level the series ahead of next weekend's final Test.
Formula One championship leader Max Verstappen said he would race in a manner that was "hard but fair" against Mercedes title rival Lewis Hamilton at the Hungarian Grand Prix following their opening lap collision at Silverstone earlier this month. The duo were caught up in a war of words after Verstappen crashed out of the British Grand Prix and ended up in hospital following the collision. Hamilton was handed a 10-second time penalty by stewards but the Briton still went on to win his home race to cut the Dutchman's lead in the championship standings from 33 points to just eight.
Usain Bolt's men's 100m crown will have a new owner at the Tokyo Olympics on Sunday as Japan's Hideki Matsuyama targets golfing gold and US swimmer Caeleb Dressel aims for two more titles.
Embattled country superstar Morgan Wallen returned to public life in a big way during a Luke Bryan concert Friday night, being greeted by a lengthy, roaring standing ovation at Nashville’s Bridgestone Arena as he joined Bryan, Jason Aldean and Tyler Hubbard on stage to do celebratory shots and sing a couple of his greatest hits. […]
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.
The head of Tunisia's biggest party, the moderate Islamist Ennahda, on Saturday postponed a meeting of its highest council after senior members called for his resignation over his handling of the political crisis, party sources said. Rached Ghannouchi, who is also parliament speaker, has played a critical role in Tunisia's democratic crisis this week after quickly accusing President Kais Saied of a coup when he declared he was seizing executive authority. Saied's moves, which also included freezing parliament and dismissing the prime minister, have also thrown Ennahda into turmoil, leading to recriminations within the party over its strategy and leadership.
Clare Crawley posted a lengthy caption on Instagram after having her breast implants removed.
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
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.
U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken will meet virtually with Southeast Asian officials every day next week, a senior state department official said on Saturday, as Washington seeks to show the region it’s a U.S. priority while also addressing the crisis in Myanmar. The top U.S. diplomat will attend virtual meetings for five consecutive days, including annual meetings of the 10 foreign ministers of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations and other nations and separate meetings of the Lower Mekong subregion countries Myanmar, Cambodia, Laos, Vietnam and Thailand.