Summer is here, and we are talking about tips on looking sexy in the sun. BeautyCon's Lynette Cenee and Arika Sato share their tips: everything from eyebrows to strobing and contouring.
Carli Lloyd's 3 goal performance was the difference in a 5-2 win over Japan, and SI Senior Writer Grant Wahl explains why the USA was so dominant.
With fellow grizzled veterans like Tyson Chandler and Paul Pierce getting big paydays during the NBA's free agency extravaganza, one player even more grizzled than them wasn't being wined and dined, nor was he deciding whether he preferred the beaches of Los Angeles or the skyline of New York City. Nope, Jason Williams was in Orlando, bustin' fools left and right at a pro-am game.
Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras hopes the no vote, along with European leaders' desire to keep Greece in the eurozone, will lead to debt relief.
Wherever Shaquille O’Neal goes, hilarity follows. Shaq hit the links at a pro-am this weekend, poised to show off his skills, or at least show the rest of the world he’s better than Charles Barkley. On Shaq’s opening tee shot, we learned he’s more similar to Chuck than different.
Sports Illustrated's Ben Glicksman and Colin Becht break down who the best offensive linemen in college football will be in the 2015 season.
Odell Beckham Jr. is a freakishly good athlete who excels at more than just one sport. We already know how incredible he is at playing football, soccer and basketball. But did you know the New York Giants wide receiver's athleticism also translates to a baseball diamond.
Sports Illustrated's Boomer Esiason explains why he believes the NHL's plan for expansion should begin with the Arizona Coyotes being relocated to Las Vegas, and then expanding to the cities of Toronto and Seattle.
Hillary Clinton's accusation that China is allegedly behind several high-profile U.S. hacks isn't the first, but it is one of the strongest so far.
Lace up sandals are a summer must-have for every fashion girl! They elevate your entire look, you can wear them with EVERYTHING and you don't have to break the bank to own a pair. So here, we're bringing you our fave styles to rock this summer, all for under 100 bucks!
Sports Illustrated's Maggie Gray and Ben Golliver discuss which deals were the most ridiculous, surprising and best of the NBA's free agency.
Fourth of July is this weekend (yay!) and that means super cute, Flag-inspired fashion! But of course, we want to show our American Pride without being cheeky. So, here are our favorite Patriotic pieces, that are still very chic. Happy Fourth!
Sports Illustrated's Maggie Gray and Ben Golliver discuss why Greg Monroe decided to sign with the Milwaukee Bucks and what kind of impact he'll have on the court.
Draymond Green has agreed to a five-year, fully guaranteed deal worth the Golden State Warriors. The contract is worth a whopping $85 million. Draymond called his mother to tell her the great news. Her reaction was priceless. Green took to Instagram to show his mother's tearful reaction to finding out about his new deal.
Sports Illustrated's Boomer Esiason explains why he believes Brett Favre wouldn't be able to suit up for an NFL team next season at the age of 45.
The only thing more exciting than a no-hitter is a blown no-hitter in the ninth inning (yes, we celebrate failure here at The Fumble). That’s what happened to Cleveland Indians pitcher Carlos Carrasco during Wednesday’s game against the Tampa Bay Rays. Carrasco had a no-hitter going with two outs and two strikes in the ninth inning before the Rays finally captured a hit.
Free agency is in full effect and the Los Angeles Lakers are trying to get a big man on their team. LaMarcus Aldridge was wooed by Kobe Bryant, Mitch Kupchak, Coach Byron Scott, and Jeanie Buss. The big man was not impressed, though. The Lakers, apparently, focused too much on living in LA than actually playing basketball. That seems like an important part of the pitch.