Hurricane Andrew 25 years later: The monster storm that devastated South Miami
Imagine if Armageddon struck modern-day America, where once-busy roads are filled with silence, and destruction is visible as far as the eye can see. Entire trailer parks are flattened. Facades of hotels have been completely ripped off. Rows of concrete telephone poles have fallen to the ground
Haitians blocked at US border find 'Mexican dream'
Mexico has embraced Haitian immigrants since the US suddenly stopped accepting them last year
Floyd Mayweather vs. Conor McGregor: How the fight came together
MAYWEATHER vs. McGREGOR A timeline of the verbal sparring that led to the most unlikely fight of the year. Illustration by Alexander Wells Way back in the summer of 2015, Conor throws the first jab July 2, 2015 CONOR McGREGOR “I would box him if the opportunity arose.” On “Conan” about a possible
Best ways to save on back-to-school supplies, clothing and tech essentials
With students across the country heading back to school, the often dreaded list of back-to-school supplies can certainly weigh heavy on parents’ wallets. But Lisa Lee Freeman, the editor-in-chief of “ShopSmart” magazine, has great secrets to scoring the best deals on school supplies, clothes and
Mark your calendars! The must-see home game for all 30 NBA teams
Now that the NBA has released the full schedule for the 2017-18 season, we can dive into which matchups carry the most intrigue. Because let's face it: Not all 1,230 games are equally exciting. With that in mind, we've chosen one home game for every team that looks -- on paper -- worthy of circling
Oklahoma teacher panhandles to raise money for school supplies
An Oklahoma teacher frustrated by having to dig into her own pocket to pay for classroom supplies took to panhandling to get her point across. Teresa Danks, 50, of Claremore, Oklahoma, has spent the summer shopping at garage sales and thrift stores to stock her third-grade classroom with supplies
Imagine Dragons, DJ Khaled, 311, Prince and more album reviews
This week, Imagine Dragons return with their third album, DJ Khaled releases a double-length, star-studded affair, the members of 311 prove they still have incredible momentum on their twelfth album and Vince Staples drops rhymes over a very experimental backdrop. In addition, it is a really big
Steve Ballmer: Clippers have bigger fish to fry than Lakers
Los Angeles Clippers owner Steve Ballmer says his team has a bigger target in mind than overcoming the legacy of the Lakers and becoming the city's No. 1 basketball team. Ballmer, in an interview with Business Insider, said the Clippers have their sights set on the rest of the NBA, too. "Our
Craig Robinson shares his new children's book 'Jake the Fake'
Craig Robinson talks "Jake the Fake," "Hot Tub Time Machine 3" and meeting Prince.