Celtics' Gordon Hayward excited to play again, nearly a year after suffering gruesome injury

After missing 81 games following a gruesome season-ending ankle injury in the first quarter of the first game of the 2017-18 NBA season, Boston Celtics forward Gordon Hayward is back to playing full-court, full-contact 5-on-5 basketball.


Apple announces iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max, less expensive iPhone XR in phone line revamp

At its annual September event, Apple introduced three new iPhone models the iPhone XS (pronounced "ten-ess" not "ex-ess"), iPhone XS Max and iPhone XR (pronounced "ten-are" not "ex-are"). The new models are successors to last year's iPhone X, iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus.

As rumors anticipated, the new models ditch the home button in favor of the iPhone X's edge-to-edge display with Face ID facial recognition replacing the Touch ID fingerprint scanner.


How a wave of new tech products are making life easier for people with disabilities

Retiree Douglas Wakefield is a tech enthusiast.


Mac Miller: US rapper 'found dead at home' aged 26

Media reports say the 26-year-old, who was open about his substance abuse, died from an apparent overdose.


Dangling man surprises tourists

These daredevil risk takers played good Samaritan when they helped a man dicing with death while hanging from a rock in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.


Taika Waititi steals the show on Venice Film Festival red carpet

A NEW Zealand director has managed to upstage some of the world’s biggest actors on the red carpet at the Venice Film Festival.


This luxury Maldives resort is recruiting a bookseller

Philip Blackwell, who previously ran British book retailer chain Blackwells, is recruiting for what surely has to be a new contender for the title of "best job in the world."

The successful candidate will run a pop-up book shop at eco resort Soneva Fushi in the Maldives, where villas can cost up to $26,000 per night.


Marijuana study finds THC in breast milk up to 6 days after mom's use

Doctors are getting a better understanding of how using marijuana can affect a breastfeeding mother's milk supply -- and for how long.

A study published Monday in the journal Pediatrics found that low levels of chemicals in marijuana, like tetrahydrocannabinol or THC, were measurable in several mothers' breast milk up to six days after they said they smoked pot or ate an edible, among other forms of use.


Crazy rich summer: How the 2018 summer box office bounced back

This summer's offerings of superhero movies, documentaries and films that ushered in a new era in on-screen representation has been the "perfect antidote" to last year's "abysmal" ticket sales, according to Paul Dergarabedian, senior media analyst at comScore (SCOR).


Seattle's Space Needle gets see-through floor

The Space Needle, a defining landmark of Seattle's skyline since 1962, has been undergoing a $100 million renovation.

On August 3, it unveiled its latest addition: the world's first and only revolving glass floor, known as "The Loupe."