L.A. City Council tightens law around protests outside private homes
The Los Angeles City Council voted on Tuesday to crack down on protests outside people's homes, passing a law that allows those targeted by illegal demonstrations to seek fines from protesters.
Injury Report: Bayern Munich's Alphonso Davies and Thomas Muller back in team training - ready for RB Leipzig?
Just in time before the big matchup in Leipzig, Bayern Munich has brought back two crucial players to team training on Thursday.
The Kook's Canary
There are a lot of mixed feelings about having Sam Adams back in the Mayor's office, but I think ultimately it will prove to be a career defining hiring for Wheeler.
House Hunting: Is This Price Right?
In parts of the San Francisco Bay Area, sellers deliberately underprice homes to spur bidding wars, leading to sales prices that can be double the list price.
Donny van de Beek's agent 'disappointed' move away from Man United didn't happen - Old Trafford Faithful
Manchester United's Donny van de Beek hasn't had the best of times over the last year. The Dutchman has failed to acquit himself within that Reds starting XI following a pricey move from Ajax.
Iran coronavirus deaths set new daily record as curbs lifted
Iran's health ministry has reported more than 680 daily coronavirus deaths for the first time, as nationwide restrictions to contain the spread of the virus were lifted.
The King's speech translated: Henrik Lundqvist's tearful goodbye to hockey
Henrik Lundqvist, 39, announced his retirement from hockey on Friday after 15 seasons in the NHL - all with the New York Rangers.
Washington Football Team: Ron Rivera's assessment of kicking situation is disappointing
If the Washington Football Team has any hope of repeating as NFC East champs, its special teams production will have to improve significantly.
Miami Heat Roundtable: To KZ Or Not To KZ Okpala... That's The Question
The Miami Heat are almost done on the NBA Summer League circuit and the work of continuing to flesh out the regular season roster must be done.
Japan's economy bounces back as Covid restrictions ease
Japan's economy recovered strongly in the second quarter to join the turnaround seen across G7 countries as the easing of lockdown restrictions sent consumers rushing to the shops.