Today's major headlines include Google's massive fine from the EU, a new ransomware attack is hitting Europe and the infamous Galaxy Note 7 might be back on July 7.
Breaking News: Major shade has been thrown people. Iggy Azalea finally speaks out after Halsey called her an “effing moron” last week…and she does so by taking a play out of Mariah Carey’s book.
The New York Knicks and team president Phil Jackson are set to announce that they will part ways as early as Wednesday morning, reports ESPN.com's Ramona Shelburne.
Kurdish forces continued to gain territory from Islamic State fighters in Raqqa’s Diriya neighborhood on June 27-28, capturing approximately half of the strategic western district. The other half remained under siege, according to Kurdish media.Some residents of Diriya recently rescued by Kurdish Peoples Protection Units (YPG) told the media they were trapped in their homes for more than a month with little access to food or water. Credit: YPG Press Office via Storyful
Mets centerfielder Curtis Granderson set a new franchise record with his 21st leadoff home run as a member of the Mets, moving him into fifth all-time.
The Senate’s version of the Obamacare repeal bill would result in an additional 22 million people losing insurance by 2026, the non-partisan Congressional Budget Office said in its analysis on Monday.
At least 34 people were injured in a derailment that caused chaotic, smoky conditions at a Manhattan station. Nearly 800 people between three trains had to be evacuated.
One of our favorite ’13 Reasons Why’ stars sat down for an exclusive interview where he opened up about the success of the Netflix show AND his favorite Selena Gomez song.
Jun.28 -- Phil Knight, Nike co-founder and chairman emeritus, discusses with David Rubenstein his lessons of leadership. He spoke in episode two of the third season of "The David Rubenstein Show: Peer-to-Peer Conversations."
Carmelo Anthony’s time in New York could be coming to an end. Representatives for the Knicks star have “tried to engage the Knicks in buyout talks,” ESPN’s Marc Stein reports.