NBA: Orlando Magic rookie center Mo Bamba diagnosed with stress fracture in his left tibia, say return depends on rest
Orlando Magic rookie center Mo Bamba has been diagnosed with a stress fracture in his left tibia, the NBA club announced Tuesday, saying his return depends on rest and rehabilitation.
Hurricane Willa slams Mexico's Pacific coast with powerful wind, heavy rain; more than 4,250 people evacuated
Hurricane Willa crashed ashore in western Mexico Tuesday, lashing the Pacific coast with powerful wind, heavy rain and what forecasters warned was "extremely dangerous" storm surge.
Hurricane Willa was 340 kilometers south-southwest of Cabo Corrientes, Mexico.
La Liga: Spanish players union joins football federation in rejecting plans to stage regular-season game in United States
The Spanish players union have joined the Spanish Football Federation in denouncing the La Liga's plan to play a regular season game in the United States, with this year's match expected to be Girona vs Barcelona.
Formula One: Miami delays decision on hosting race in 2019 after facing opposition from local residents
Reports said said that many downtown and Port Miami residents had expressed concerns about the proposal and potential road closures, noise and traffic problems.
Mara Martin posted on Instagram saying that breastfeeding was nothing headline-worthy and that she intends to normalise an action that she does on a daily basis
Mumbai's Art Deco buildings were added on Saturday to UNESCO's World Heritage List alongside the city's better-known Victorian Gothic architecture.
Miami Open: Serena Williams-style return after motherhood would be impossible for me, says Caroline Wozniacki
"Can I imagine coming back at that age after having a baby? Well I can for her," Caroline Wozniacki said about Serena Williams' return.
At least four dead, nine injured after under construction footbridge collapses in Miami, rescue operations on
Florida officials said on Thursday that four people have been found dead in the rubble of a collapsed South Florida pedestrian bridge where the frantic search for any survivors continued past nightfall.
A pedestrian bridge being built across an eight-lane highway collapsed at a Miami-area college Thursday, crushing eight vehicles under massive slabs and killing multiple people, authorities said.
Wawrinka, the 32-year-old World No 12 sat out the second half of 2017 after a knee operation following a first-round exit at Wimbledon in June.
Drake followed it up with a challenge on Instagram urging his fans to “go out and be nice to each other.”
Amtrak passenger train collides with parked freight carrier in US' South Carolina: 2 killed, 116 injured in accident
An Amtrak passenger train travelling on the wrong track collided with a parked CSX Corp freight train in South Carolina on Sunday.
At least two people were killed and 70 more were injured when a train carrying 139 passengers collided with a freight train in the eastern US state of South Carolina, local police said.
David Beckham's four-year wait to own an MLS franchise finally came to an end on Monday.
Woods carded five birdies and two bogeys in an encouraging first outing since injury forced his withdrawal at the Dubai Desert Classic in February.
Donald Trump made me cry, says widow of US soldier; asserts president 'couldn't remember my husband's name'
President Donald Trump struggled to remember the name of the US soldier killed in an ambush in Niger when he called the man's widow for condolences, the woman told ABC on Monday
Three men were arrested after a shooting following white supremacist Richard Spencer's controversial speech at the University of Florida, police have said
Hurricane Irma killed 72 people in Florida when it battered the southern state on 10 September, according to an updated death toll.
As the Texas residents were still reeling from the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey, two weeks later on Sunday, Irma made landfall on America’s southeastern state of Florida causing widespread damage to property, businesses, and crops taking the lives of atleast four people.