Two years since first sharing her breast cancer diagnosis on TODAY, NBC’s Kristen Dahlgren opens up about complications with her reconstruction and multiple surgeries. As our Pink Power series continues for Breast Cancer Awareness Month, she heads to Utah to visit a foundation for women going through struggles similar to hers.
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A North Korean man who smuggled 'Squid Game' into the country is to be executed by firing squad and a high-school student who bought a USB drive with the show will be jailed for life, report says
Six other students who watched "Squid Game" were sentenced to hard labor and their teachers may be sent to remote mines, Radio Free Asia reported.
- Miami Herald
A mom in Florida helped her son out in a pinch. Actually, more than a pinch.
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Live updates from The Match between Brooks and Bryson.
Instagrammer Fyza Ali, who is known as a Kylie Jenner look-a-like, asked people to "understand" that she was struggling following her mother's death.
- NBC Sports
The reaction to this incident is more interesting than the ejection itself.
European champions Italy and Portugal could meet for a place at the 2022 World Cup after being drawn in the same play-off path on Friday.
Princess Victoria, Queen Letizia and more dipped into the royal jewelry vaults for a visit 40 years in the making
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'Dukes of Hazzard' star John Schneider on General Lee, cancel culture: 'We don't belong in that country club'
John Schneider starred in "Dukes of Hazzard" as Bo Duke alongside Tom Wopat and Catherine Bach.
The far-right Republican said the Kenosha, Wisconsin, killer was a "hero" who deserves a Congressional Gold Medal.
Jenna Bush Hager's daughter Poppy Louise, 6, tenderly gave her new cousin Cora Georgia, 2 months, a kiss on the cheek in one sweet shot
- Miami Herald
"This bear learned how to close the front door to my house."
- Eat This, Not That!
You pour it out, wear it on your sleeve and love people from the bottom of it. But do you take care—we mean, proper care—of your heart?For decades, heart disease has been the No. 1 killer of Americans.The good news: You can make quick, easy changes to your lifestyle to cut your risk, and add years to your life, and it's never too late. Here are the top 50 things you're probably doing that put you in danger—from the Eat This, Not That! Health to you, with all our heart. Read on—and to ensure your
- Country Living
Model and actress Elizabeth Hurley, 55, is showing off her toned abs in multiple bikini Instagrams from her "pretend vacation." Here's how she stays so fit:
- Touchdown Wire
The Lions are 0-10-1 after finding another way to screw up a game
- Best Life
Whether you're playing football with your friends or participating in an intense trivia night, you might be someone who's always in it to win it. There are also times where a little competition can be good for you. Some people thrive on competition, which helps them perform better both in the workplace and in their personal lives. But while everyone behaves differently in a contest, some competitors are much more ruthless than others. Research conducted by RunRepeat—a review and ranking site tha
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A GoFundMe page aimed at raising $5 million bail for the Wisconsin man accused of plowing his SUV through a Christmas parade in Waukesha has been pulled from the platform. Darrell Brooks Jr. was charged with five counts of first-degree intentional homicide following the holiday event on Sunday. Five people were pronounced dead on the scene while a sixth victim, 8-year-old Jackson Sparks, died ...
Anyone who’s a serious fan of Sonic, or of Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade, is probably aware of the 1993 event in which a Sonic the Hedgehog float became caught in high winds, struck a lamppost and injured two people. The thing is, despite knowing this happened, we didn’t have any surviving video of the incident.
New Covid Variant Identified In Africa, Dubbed “Omicron,” Classified As “Variant Of Concern” By WHO; Markets Plunge; U.S. Restricts Travel From Region – Updated
UPDATED: The U.S. restricted travel from eight African countries on Friday amid growing concern about a new variant of Covid-19, suspected of being more transmissible. The countries are South Africa, Botswana, Zimbabwe, Namibia, Lesotho, Eswatini, Mazambique and Malawi, according to the Washington Post. The new variant was first identified in South Africa. A World Health […]
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A lake effect storm will bring nearly a foot of snow and gusty winds to some parts of New York state.
- Niners Wire
The good injury news keeps coming for the #49ers after Thursday's practice.