"No family. No friends. No fans. No support system outside of my team. It's honestly terrifying for me," she wrote in a statement posted to Twitter.
Olympic Triathlon competitors will compete in Tokyo Bay in less than two weeks but the water quality could be less-than-ideal, according to athletes.
Hubble's first new photos show two colliding galaxies and one long galactic spiral. The telescope is also observing star clusters and Jupiter auroras.
There have been 3,420 "unruly passenger" reports on U.S. planes in 2021, and it's forced creative solutions to keep travelers safe.
On Fox News Saturday, Jenner said she would "still support" Trump if he ran for president even if she was not governor of California.
"They get better coverage... they get better coverage every day," Former senior White House strategist Bannon, said on his podcast.
People who were not fully vaccinated for COVID-19 showed less concern about the spread of the Delta variant, a CBS News poll found.
Fort Valley, Georgia councilman Jimmy Barnes was charged with assault and terroristic threats, according to local reports.
Lawyers said Ghislaine Maxwell had an "extraordinary lack of memory" about charges of sex trafficking underage girls.
What was once thought to be an 18th-century party house for aristocrats has been discovered to possibly be the 1200-year-old home of a deposed king.
Juana Perez-Domingo had been paid to drive the child to a day care facility, but she "got distracted" and left the child in a hot car for seven hours.
Lorraine Graves, who is charged with accessory to murder, was featured in a "most wanted" post on the Tulsa Police Department's Facebook page.
A man who climbed to the top of the Supreme Scream tower in Buena Park, California, is in police custody and will undergo a mental health evaluation.
More than 60 people were decontaminated by washing off and massaging their eyes under a fire-truck hose.
Police said the shooting was between two cars outside the stadium. One bystander was injured and two people from one car went to the hospital.
At a 2015 sentencing hearing, the judge pulled his gun to complain about security measures at the courthouse and said he would've shot the defendant.
Police officers found bullets in Wesley Martines' car that had phrases marked on them saying: "Cop Killer," the Santa Clara County DA's Office said.