Notre Dame head coach Brian Kelly blames in-season fundraising for the team's new facilities as part of the reason why the Fighting Irish struggled last season in an interview with Bleacher Report’s Matt Hayes.
A man fell to his death hours after climbing a crane at the Port of Los Angeles following a reckless pursuit with police, officials confirmed Wednesday night.
The biggest news in the world of tech include Apple's $1 billion dollar commitment to original content, Essential finally shipping preordered phones and Google's Home smartspeaker now allowing for phone calls.
We all know a certain amount of production goes into even the most authentic of reality TV shows, but how genuine are the ones we love the most? Are shows like 'Life of Kylie' or The Bachelor completely staged, or is there still a certain amount of realness to them? Let us know what you think in the comments below.
A 21-year-old man who fatally beat a USC graduate student from China with a bat was sentenced Wednesday to life in prison at an emotional court hearing where the victim`s family members spoke.
September is almost here, which means it is time for major fashion magazines to be debuting some of their most important issues. However…it looks like Vogue Arabia’s covergirl choice of Bella Hadid is causing mixed emotions. What did you think of Bella as Vogue Arabia's cover girl? Let us know down in the comments section!
Two men collecting bottles outside a New York City grocery store found a man`s head and torso inside a box sitting in a shopping cart Wednesday, according to police.
Today's biggest tech stories include Amazon's Insant Pickup service, a massive charitable donation from Bill Gates and Uber's agreement with the FTC to relasease audits for up to 20 years.
During a recent interview with InTouch Magazine, Danielle "Cash me outside" Bregoli shared what she plans on doing once she retires from the spotlight. What do you think of Danielle and her “retirement” plans? Do you think her time in the spotlight will ever come to an end? Tell us all your thoughts in the comment section below.
In wake of the violence in Charlottesville, Milwaukee Bucks guard and NBA Rookie of the Year Malcolm Brogdon gave a wide-ranging interview to SI Now about Confederate statues in America, the 'stick to sports' sentiment and national anthem protests.
Protesters gathered outside the Durham County Sheriff’s Office in North Carolina on August 17 in support of four people charged over the vandalism of a Confederate statue three days earlier.WRAL.com reported that protesters gathered to urge officials to drop charges against those arrested in connection with the toppling of the Confederate Soldiers Monument on August 14 and to advocate for the removal of all Confederate statues.Video from the protest showed people lining up outside the courthouse to symbolically turn themselves in in support of those arrested.The protest was held as three of the accused made their first court appearance. Video shows the accused being applauded as they left the court. Credit: Twiiter/Ben Carroll via Storyful