SI executive editor Steve Cannella explains the rationale behind Sports Illustrated’s recent cover, depicting sports’ response to Donald Trump’s recent comments about athlete protests.
The biggest tech news of the day includes a day-one exploit inside Apple's latest OS and Apple choosing Google over Bing for default search results. Plus Instagram posts another round of impressive metrics.
Sucker Punch has revealed that the popular superhero action game Infamous was originally slated to be more akin to an Animal Crossing game. In a PlayStation Blog post, the company looks back on 20 years of development starting with their first title on Nintendo 64, Rocket Robot on Wheels. While not very successful this lead the team to make the Sly Raccoon games and eventually brought them to Infamous. Chris Zimmerman, one of the Co-Founders of Sucker Punch, explains that originally Infamous was going to be a lot more like Animal Crossing.
The vicious attack almost took 1st Lieutenant Katie Blanchard’s life, but she beat the odds with the help of doctors, family and friends. Katie joins The Doctors to share her incredible story.
Steelers lineman Alejandro Villanueva, who was an Army ranger and served in Afghanistan, told reporters on Monday that he felt he never intended to stand alone during the National Anthem and ended up doing so by accident.
A Palestinian attacker opened fire early on Tuesday at the entrance to a settlement outside Jerusalem, killing three Israeli men and critically wounding a fourth.
Multimillion-dollar Powerball winner Pedro Quezada, 49, of Wayne appeared in Passaic County Court Monday on charges he repeatedly raped his 11-year-old stepdaughter until she reached the age of 14.
Inheritance math, at its core, is often rather straightforward—more kids equals smaller pieces of the pie. That simple formula was reportedly not lost on at least some of Donald Trump's children.