Arizona Democratic Senate challenger Mark Kelly is up nearly 30 points in a new poll against Republican incumbent Martha McSally. Many believe the state's U.S. Senate race could prove pivotal to flipping the Senate majority in November.
- The New York Times
Attempting to recover from their staggering loss in the Supreme Court, abortion rights groups have mounted a multilevel legal and political attack aimed at blocking and reversing abortion bans in courts and at ballot boxes across the country. In the week since the court overturned Roe v. Wade, litigators for abortion rights groups have rolled out a wave of lawsuits in nearly a dozen states to hold off bans triggered by the court’s decision, with the promise of more suits to come. They are aiming
Well after Ashton Kutcher, Jake Gyllenhaal, Kristen Bell and the Rock made headlines everywhere for openly discussing their bathing habits, it’s still sparking debate: Is it possible to shower too much? Not...
And the tiniest copper bikini.
The U.S. has had more mass shootings in the past weekend than Denmark has had in a decade.
- Town & Country
Camilla invited Kate to photograph her in the garden of her private Wiltshire home for a cover shoot for this month's Country Life magazine.
KELLEY BLUE BOOK New car owners are experiencing more problems in the first 90 days of ownership than ever before. Buick took the top spot in the 2022 J.D. Power Initial Quality Study, but the headline isn’t the winner this year.
- Consequence of Sound
A gunman opened fire on the parade, killing at least six people and injuring dozens of others. 22-Year-Old Rapper Identified as “Person of Interest” in July 4th Highland Park Parade Shooting Alex Young
- National Review
Robert Crimo III, who is believed to have taken shots at parade-goers from a rooftop in Highland Park, Illinois was arrested by police Monday evening after his DNA was identified.
- NBC Sports Chicago
Monday's game in Milwaukee saw the Cubs and Brewers make MLB history behind a trio of unique home runs.
- The New York Times
They came for Dmitry Kolker, an ailing physicist, in the intensive care ward. They came for Ivan Fedotov, a hockey star, as he was leaving practice with a film crew in tow. They came for Vladimir Mau, a state university rector, the week he was reelected to the board of Gazprom. The message sent by these high-profile detentions: Nearly anyone is now punishable in Vladimir Putin’s Russia. The flurry of arrests across the country in recent days has signaled that the Kremlin is intent on tightening
In Las Vegas, everything has an end date. Casinos and resorts seemingly need updates nearly as soon as they open and what seems cutting edge today may be dated in a just a few years. The Las Vegas Strip undergoes nearly endless change.
‘This will be an expensive trip’: I’ve been invited to a destination wedding in New Orleans. I live in LA. Is it tacky to ask the bride if I can bring a plus-one?
‘We don’t have many mutual friends anymore, and those we do have are married, so I won’t be able to share a hotel room with anyone.’
- Naples Daily News
No new tropical cyclones are expected over the next five days but as Tropical Storm Colin reminded us, conditions can change rapidly.
SKIMS has released its all-new "Metallic Swim" collection through a glitzy campaign that sees Kim...
This is honestly hilarious.
- The Wrap
GOP Governor Candidate in Illinois Roasted for Saying ‘Let’s Move On’ Hours After July 4 Parade Mass Shooting
Gubernatorial candidate Darren Bailey has since apologized for his comments
The event, which happened on July 3 in Downtown Phoenix, was broken up by police about an hour after it began. Organizers said they have done similar events at the same property before, without any issues.
- The Telegraph
Nick Kyrgios is facing yet another warning from Wimbledon officials after breaking the All England Club’s strict dress code and then declaring that “I do what I want”.
Rafael Nadal has shrugged off fresh concerns over his fitness as he targets a place in the Wimbledon semi-finals on Wednesday.
- Raleigh News and Observer
The Shockwave was a staple at air shows and dragstrips nationwide, including in North Carolina. It offered rides to fighter pilots and, sometimes, to reporters.