- EntertainmentYahoo Celebrity
Ashley Judd is walking again 5 months after nearly losing her leg in an accident: 'We have come a long way'
The actress was seriously injured while in the Democratic Republic of the Congo and says her leg will "never be the same."
- CelebrityYahoo Celebrity
Matt Damon says he stopped saying the 'f-slur' after his daughter wrote a treatise explaining why it's 'dangerous'
Damon says his daughter protested after he made a joke using the slur.
- LifestyleBusiness Insider
I accidentally moved to my hometown during the pandemic. After postponing my wedding, too, I finally regained some normalcy by moving back to New York and setting life in motion again.
One weekend at home in Buffalo turned into a month, which turned into 15 months. But now, it feels like time to be back in New York.
- U.S.The Conversation
Why white supremacists and QAnon enthusiasts are obsessed – but very wrong – about the Byzantine Empire
Inspiration for a mob of angry white men? Richard T. Nowitz/Getty ImagesFrom Charlottesville to the Capitol, medieval imagery has been repeatedly on show at far-right rallies and riots in recent years. Displays of Crusader shields and tattoos derived from Norse and Celtic symbols are of little surprise to medieval historians like me who have long documented the appropriation of the Middle Ages by today’s far right. But amid all the expected Viking imagery and nods to the Crusaders has been anoth
- PoliticsWashington Examiner
Former President Donald Trump has been holding meetings with "Cabinet members" at his golf club in New Jersey this week, according to a top ally.
- SportsMMA Weekly
Former UFC flyweight and bantamweight champion Henry Cejudo gave his opinion on USA gymnast Simone Biles’ withdrawal from the 2020 Olympic games in Tokyo as a result of mental health issues. Cejudo became the youngest American at the time (21-years-old), to win the Olympic gold medal in freestyle wrestling at the 2008 Olympic games in Beijing. With his experience, Cejudo felt it was necessary to share his opinion on the matter. “I believe Simone Biles pulling out of this thing is like, I think s
- CelebrityYahoo Life
The action star and former wrestler showed off the results of his workouts in Greece while filming "Knives Out 2."
The American won silver in the shot put and won over fans with her strength and style.
- HealthIn The Know
People who are overweight are far more likely to engage in dieting and disordered eating than those who are not.
I moved from the US to the safest city in Mexico. Here are 9 things that surprised me about the process.
As a Black, queer person I didn't feel safe in the United States anymore. So, my partner and I packed our bags and became expats in Latin America.
- HealthThe Conversation
When a life ends, those who remain deal with the body. Jim Watson/AFP via Getty ImagesUpwards of 2.8 million people die every year in the United States. As a funeral director who heads a university mortuary science program, I can tell you that while each individual’s life experiences are unique, what happens to a body after death follows a broadly predictable chain of events. In general, it depends on three things: where you die, how you die and what you or your family decide on for funeral arra