Former Prison Break star Wentworth Miller took to Instagram to reveal he was diagnosed as autistic last year. "Preceded by a self-diagnosis. Followed by a formal diagnosis," the 49-year-old actor explained, adding, "[It was] a shock. But not a surprise." Miller noted that he has too much learn about... Read More.
(TOKYO) — Simone Biles' shocking withdrawal from the team competition at the Tokyo Olympics Tuesday put a spotlight on mental health and the extreme stress elite athletes like Biles are under. The U.S. women's gymnastics team won silver in the team competition after Biles left... Read More.
(TOKYO) -- Naomi Osaka, ranked second and competing in her home country, will leave the Tokyo Olympics without a medal. Osaka, 23, lost to Marketa Vondrousova of the Czech Republic 6-1, 6-4 in the third round of the Olympic tennis tournament on Tuesday. "I'm disappointed in... Read More.
Green Day played their first full, in-person concert since the COVID-19 pandemic began Tuesday night in Tulsa, Oklahoma. The sold-out show, which required all attendees to be fully vaccinated, featured the live debut of the punk trio's latest song, "Pollyanna," which was released in May.... Read More.
(WASHINGTON) -- The government took the first steps to end surprise medical billing on Thursday, getting the ball rolling on a law that was passed under former President Donald Trump's administration and takes effect this January. The law bans health care providers from issuing surprising... Read More.
(DALLAS) -- A high school valedictorian used her graduation speech to speak out against a newly signed law in her home state of Texas that bans abortion as early as six weeks into pregnancy. The commencement speech Paxton Smith, 18, submitted to administrators at Lake... Read More.
This week, Morgan Wallen stepped on stage for the first time since video footage of him using a racist slur emerged nearly four months ago. The singer was a surprise guest at Kid Rock’s downtown Nashville bar. He gave a full-band performance of his... Read More.
(WASHINGTON) -- If you’re going to Starbucks or Target, bring your mask. But if you swing by Trader Joe’s, you can leave it in the car, assuming you are fully vaccinated of course. That said, if you’re taking public transportation to get there, you’ll... Read More.