Sharon Pruitt-Young

Golf icon Tiger Woods seems to be on the mend following a car crash earlier this year that left him injured.

Woods posted a short video of himself on Twitter Sunday morning that shows him practicing his swing. He wore what appears to be a compression sleeve on his right leg.

"Making progress," he captioned the post.

A resurgence of COVID-19 restrictions in a number of countries has resulted in protests, with some demonstrations turning violent and leading to dozens of arrests.

Following the Kyle Rittenhouse verdict, protests have erupted in a number of cities across the country.

LeVar Burton fans, your prayers have been answered. He may not be hosting Jeopardy!, but his game show career seems to be just getting started.

Harry Potter fans have something big to look forward to in the new year. The cast and crew of the movies will be reuniting for a look back on the franchise. But one person you shouldn't count on seeing? Author J.K. Rowling.

Nike has set back the launch of their Travis Scott collaboration after 10 people died and hundreds more were injured at the rapper's Astroworld festival in Houston earlier this month.

"Out of respect for everyone impacted by the tragic events at the Astroworld Festival, we are postponing the launch of the Air Max 1 x Cactus Jack," the company said in a statement shared via their SNKRS app and the Nike website.

It was every kid's worst nightmare: While on a hiking trail in the fall of 2020, 5-year-old Naomi Pascal lost her beloved teddy bear. But unbeknownst to either Naomi or her parents, she and her bear were destined for a happy ending.

Three people are dead and hundreds are injured after inclement weather roused hordes of venomous scorpions out of their hiding places and into streets and homes.

After more than 50 years, the man responsible for one of the most notorious bank robberies in Ohio history has been identified.

French soccer player Aminata Diallo has been arrested for an alleged attack on a rival that's drawn comparisons to the infamous Tonya Harding case.

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