What is coronavirus and how worried should we be?

It appeared in a live animal market late last year in the sprawling Chinese city of Wuhan. Now a virus previously unknown to science has killed at least 2900 people, infected more than 85,000 and led to the lockdown of millions in central China in what experts warn looks increasingly like the world's next pandemic.

Why CAS has done the IOC a huge favour by banning Sun Yang

The International Olympic Committee and FINA should be sending the Court of Arbitration for Sport a heartfelt thanks after its ruling on Chinese swimmer Sun Yang saved them a potential nightmare podium protest at the Tokyo Olympic Games. On Friday night, CAS handed Sun a ban of eight years for his part in tampering with

Knicks didn’t invite Marv Albert to NBA title anniversary bash

It is not what Marv Albert had in mind. The Knicks, for the March 21 celebration of the 50th anniversary of their 1969-70 championship, chose not to invite Albert — the radio voice of the team and the author of one of the most legendary calls in sportscasting history. “It would’ve been nice to see

The 20 Funniest Tweets From Women This Week (Feb. 22-28)

The ladies of Twitter never fail to brighten our days with their brilliant and succinct wit. Each week, HuffPost Women rounds up hilarious musings of 280 characters or less. Scroll through this week’s great tweets from women below. Then visit our “Funniest Tweets From Women”” page for past roundups. Sign up for our Funniest Tweets of