The "Gone Girl" actress and model made the claim in what she describes as an “extremely personal” essay “about image, power and consent,” titled “Buying Myself Back,” which was run by New York Magazine.
The Browns star receiver Odell Beckham Jr. was extremely candid when reflecting on Sunday's loss to the Baltimore Ravens.
The NBA world had plenty of jokes after the Clippers blew their 3-1 series lead to the Nuggets on Tuesday night.
The Phillies added a pair of veterans on Tuesday to help with their sudden injury outbreak. By Jim Salisbury
The Big Ten reinstated the fall football season on the weekend of Oct. 23-24. The decision comes 36 days after the conference postponed fall sports.
Our analysts reveal their fantasy football tight end rankings for Week 2 NFL action, when T.J. Hockenson will be looking to build off his impressive opening week outing.
Two months ahead of their scheduled head-to-head, boxer Roy Jones Jr. is admitting he may have “made a mistake” when he agreed to fight in an exhibition with former heavyweight champ Mike Tyson. According to reports, Jones and Tyson were originally supposed to fight this month, but promoters pushed the exhibition back to attract a larger audience. “When it comes time to fight, we’re going to fight,” Jones said.
Week 1 is officially behind us and many of you are already rushing to the waiver wire to bolster your roster. Our own Andy Behrens and Scott Pianowski react to the Marlon Mack and Blake Jarwin season-ending injuries. Andy and Scott also dive into the wide receiver and quarterback positions as a few players surprised last week. Is Minshew Mania here to stay and which wide receiver could be this year's D.J. Chark? The guys parse through all of the Week 1 anomalies to help you with your midweek fantasy transactions. Remember to stay tuned to the Yahoo Fantasy Football Forecast, which will now have FIVE new episodes per week!
The Yankees have transformed back into Bronx Bombers after a three-week stretch in which they nearly bombed out of postseason contention. DJ LeMahieu and Luke Voit and became the first players at the top of New York's batting order to have five RBIs the same game, and New York rocketed past the Toronto Blue Jays into second place in the AL East with a 20-6 blowout Tuesday night that extended its winning streak to six. Voit homered twice from the No. 2 slot, raising his major league-leading total to 18.
Bam Adebayo had the block heard around the world and the Nuggets overcame incredible odds to send the Clippers fishing. NBA Tuesday was a blast. (Kim Klement-USA TODAY Sports)