A woman who spent 10 days in Channing Tatum's house has appealed for a restraining order to be modified so she can be in the same room as the actor in order to get work.
Sir Paul McCartney, 79, keeps performing to distract himself from the thought of death.
WILSON, N.C. — Graduate student setter Naina Ivanova registered 27 assists, five service aces, and eight digs to help Francis Marion Universit…
The Bulls couldn't rise to the challenge of keeping pace with a Power Five program in a 28-3 loss to the Huskers on Saturday at Memorial Stadium in Lincoln, Neb.
The reports first caught my attention back in April. Disturbing information flowing out of Washington, D.C., is not surprising and, on most days, news being reported from there is not even considered newsworthy as far as I am concerned.
Eleanor Davis’ graphic novel about Hannah, a home-health worker, and her relationships with her husband and best friend, is bracing and breathtakingly kind. Set against the recent U.S. political unrest, this book asks difficult questions and doesn’t settle for easy answers; it’ll also win your heart through Hannah’s attempts to have a baby in an era when the future becomes increasingly difficult to imagine.
Afghan residents stormed the Kabul International Airport by the thousands on Aug. 16.
Lil Wayne has revealed that he suffered with mental health issues since childhood and at the age of 12 he used his mother's gun to try to end his life.
Kristen Bell and Dax Shepard have a “code word” to stop family game nights from getting too heated, but the couple find it often just leads to more arguments.
Transgender weightlifter Laurel Hubbard finally got to compete at the Tokyo Olympics. It didn't last long, but it was significant.
FLORENCE, S.C. – The year 2017 might not be so long ago, but it sure seems that way to Florence Post 1. That’s the last time coach Derick Urqu…
Another year, another Chief Inspector Armand Gamache novel — and another chance to marvel at how Penny keeps this now-16-volume series so fresh and invigorating.
Cork O’Connor’s father, Liam, was “a good man in a hard job.” The latest novel in Krueger’s accomplished series set in the North Woods of Minnesota returns to 1963 and an investigation when Cork was 12 and his father was sheriff of Tamarack County. The reminiscing is the older Cork’s attempt “to unravel the mystery that had been his father.” The case involves Big John, a “handsome and sad and solitary” man whom the young Cork discovers hanging from “the burned remains of a large log construction” that was once a sacred site for the Ojibwe. It’s during this first time working with his father that Cork learns “a tremendous sense of responsibility for finding the truth.” This expertly crafted mystery has the North Woods, its people and their legacies at its tender heart.
Opinion: Describing something as a “war” envelops it in fog, distorting reason and obscuring common sense.
The basketball game ended. Then, something happened that I haven’t seen.
This cookie from ABC Bakers is by far the inferior S'more. The first ingredient in the other cookie is graham flour. The first ingredient in this one is sugar, and the difference shows. This one is too sweet, and lacks the nutty graham flavor of its cousin.
Incessant Republican complaints about “cancel culture” might have more credibility if the Republicans didn’t engage in so much canceling of their own.
HARTSVILLE, S.C. – Tuesday was a tale of two halves, with Hartsville pulling away in the first, and Wilson surging in the second. After traili…
Virus roundup: Vaccines are not yet approved for children, but testing already is underway for those as young as 12. There are still dozens of coronavirus vaccines in development around the globe.
FLORENCE, S.C. — Gary Edwards thought the physical nature of Wednesday’s matchup against USC Aiken took a toll on his Francis Marion squad in …
Before the November election, pressure had been mounting from the Democratic left to eliminate the filibuster, leading Republicans to charge t…