• Elderly man goes viral with insane basketball move

    An elderly man wearing knee braces and rocking a cul-de-sac hair style is the biggest basketball star on the internet this week.

  • Hopoate cops massive ban for shocking rugby league incident

    The rugby league bad boy won't be seen in action for a very long time after learning of his fate from the NSWRL judiciary.

  • 3 Top Small-Cap Bank Stocks to Buy in August

    The big banks may be in the headlines more, but don't overlook these smaller players.

  • Duke and Duchess of Sussex bag $40m mansion for Sydney stay

    The Duke and Duchess of Sussex will stay in a luxury waterfront mansion worth $40 million when they visit Sydney for the Invictus Games in October. The royal couple will be heading Down Under in just a few months' time to attend the international adaptive multi-sport event, created by Prince Harry in 2014, and have reportedly bagged a lavish home in the city's Eastern suburb with breathtaking beachfront views and eight bedrooms for the duration of their stay there. According to Inside Out, the home is located in Point Piper's prestige "dress circle" and offers a private butler's residence as well as a range of private balconies.

  • Spanish mayor provides rare Michael Schumacher update

    F1 legend Michael Schumacher is on the move.

  • Police report alleges husband's sickening abuse of UFC star

    UFC star Andrea Lee has allegedly been assaulted by her husband, a convicted killer with Nazi ties.

  • U.S. Stocks Plummet as Turkey Crisis Continues, Crude Oil Plunges on Unexpected Inventories Build

    According to the CBOE Volatility Index (VIX), widely considered the best fear gauge in the market, volatility rose more than 13 percent to 15.13. Additionally, another fear gauge, 10-year U.S. Treasury yields, fell to 2.868 percent early Wednesday. U.S. retail sales rose more than expected in July. According to the Commerce Department, retail sales increased 0.5 percent last month. Crude oil prices plunged on Wednesday after the U.S. Energy Information Administration said U.S. crude stocks rose by 6.8 million barrels, trouncing the forecast for a 2.6 million barrel draw down during the week-ended August 10.