Tour de France riders protest to demand increased safety measures amid spate of crashes

Tour de France competitors on Tuesday staged a brief protest during the fourth stage of the event.

Raheem Sterling, Harry Kane lift England over Germany in Euro match

England is back in the Euro quarterfinal for the first time since 2012 after narrowly beating Germany, 2-0, on Tuesday.

Opinion: My community is sizzling to a crisp

On Monday in Spokane, Washington, my daughter and I started an experiment: we fried eggs in a pan resting on our driveway pavement, where the temperature outside was a historic 105 degrees.

Floyd Mayweather Jr. reveals how much he made for Logan Paul ‘fake fight’

Boxing legend Floyd Mayweather Jr. was caught on video saying he earned $100 million for an exhibition match against YouTube star Logan Paul earlier this month, which he called a “fake fight.”

Georgia secretary of state calls DOJ voting lawsuit a ‘political stunt,’ says state will ‘prevail’ in court

EXCLUSIVE: Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger said the Biden administration is using the state as a “whooping post,” calling the Justice Department’s lawsuit against its new voting law a “political stunt” and expressing confidence that the measure will “prevail” in court.

Texas man breaks into home to shoot ex-wife hours before custody hearing while 4 kids slept inside: police

A Texas man, accompanied by his new girlfriend, allegedly cut off power to a Houston-area home where his ex-wife lives hours ahead of a scheduled child-custody hearing, before then breaking in and shooting her four times — all while the former married couple’s four children were inside sleeping.

New law in Akron, Ohio, requires police to post use of force videos on YouTube within 7 days of incident

The Akron, Ohio, City Council has passed an ordinance requiring the town’s police department to post videos of police use of “deadly force” to YouTube within seven days of a given incident.

South Carolina agrees to $6 million deal following 2018 deadly prison riot

South Carolina officials gave initial approval Tuesday to a $6 million settlement to resolve dozens of prisoner lawsuits against the Department of Corrections following a riot that killed seven inmates.

Miami condo collapse survivor says it’s a ‘miracle’ he escaped

Steve Rosenthal was rescued from the Champlain Towers South condo shortly after the building disintegrated and said it was a “miracle” =he was able to escape.

Man who leapt from moving LAX plane said he smoked ‘a lot’ of meth

A passenger who allegedly charged the cockpit of a taxiing plane at Los Angeles International Airport told authorities he smoked “a lot” of crystal meth prior to the frightening incident, court documents show.