(NEW YORK) -- For years, triple-negative breast cancer has been perceived as aggressive with little hope of treatment, but that thought appears to be changing among experts as more promising treatment options develop. "I would say that the future is bright for triple-negative breast cancer,"... Read More.
Finally, our prayers have been answered: Foo Fighters now have back-up dancers. Dave Grohl and company performed at an event this week for the software company Salesforce. For the set, Grohl was flanked by two of the Salesforce mascots, one of which is an adorable... Read More.
(COLLEGE PARK, Ga.) -- Grammy-nominated hip-hop artist Gunna grew up outside of Atlanta as one of five sons raised by a single mom, who was a school cafeteria worker. He spent his middle school years at Ronald E. McNair Middle School, a school of around... Read More.
Snoop Dogg and Martha Stewart are reuniting to celebrate Halloween. The 49-year-old rap icon and the 80-year-old lifestyle guru are judging a new food competition inspired by Halloween. Snoop and Martha's Very Tasty Halloween is being produced by Buzzfeed, and will stream on Peacock. Teams of... Read More.
(NEW ORLEANS) -- Tropical Storm Nicholas has set a course toward the Gulf Coast and is expected to bring drenching rains to some regions still recovering from Hurricane Ida. The system strengthened from a tropical depression late Sunday morning in the southwestern Gulf of Mexico,... Read More.
TJ Osborne of Brothers Osborne is opening up about the impact of publicly coming out as gay, saying that his life has changed in "a lot of ways." "I didn't realize what a sense of purpose it would bring to my life to be here. I didn't realize... Read More.
NBA legend Scottie Pippen has a special message for the US Olympic men's basketball team, competing for their fourth consecutive gold medal at the Tokyo Olympics. "They will do well and bring home the gold," declared the former Chicago Bulls player, who was a first-time Olympian himself when he... Read More.
(NEW YORK) -- U.S. Olympic marathoner Aliphine Tuliamuk said she never expected to be a new mom competing in the Olympics, and she also never expected to have to worry about whether she would be allowed to bring her infant daughter to the Olympics. The... Read More.
(NEW YORK) -- Nursing mothers will be allowed to bring their children to the Tokyo Olympics this summer. Earlier this year, officials announced their decision to bar all foreign spectators from attending the games, which includes any of the visiting athletes' families. Officials also recently... Read More.