Charlotte Hornets forward Michael Kidd-Gilchrist is expected to miss an extended period of time after an MRI revealed he has a torn labrum in his right shoulder. The team made the announcement Monday, but would not say if he needed surgery or how long he will be out. On Sunday, the team announced he had a separated shoulder, but an MRI upon returning to Charlotte confirmed additional a torn labrum too.
COLUMBIA, S.C. (AP) -- People across South Carolina got an object lesson Monday in how you can dodge a hurricane and still get hammered. Authorities struggled to get water to communities swamped by it, and with waterlogged dams overflowing, bridges collapsing, hundreds of roads inundated and floodwaters rolling down to the coast, the state was anything but done with this disaster. "This is a Hugo-level event," said Maj. Gen.
(NEW YORK) -- New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie has ordered at all flags in New Jersey be lowered to half-staff on Tuesday to mourn the victims of last week's shooting in Oregon. On Monday, Gov.
(ROME, Italy) -- A court in northern Italy has given a father a one year, four month suspended sentence for the psychological mistreatment of his video game-addicted son. The father apparently berated his son, calling him a lazy ne'er do well and even threw his computer out the window. The 55-year-old fisher told the court he was at his wits' end because his son had failed high school three times.
(SEATTLE) -- A high school football player died at a Seattle hospital Monday, days after he suffered an injury while playing, officials said. Kenney Bui, a high school senior, died before noon PST Monday, a rep for Harborview Medical Center told ABC News. Bui, who played wide receiver and defensive back, was injured during the fourth quarter of a Friday night football game, according to ABC affiliate KOMO-TV in Seattle.
(NEW YORK) -- You might receive a lot of emails from networking website LinkedIn, but you might want to save one particular message from Oct. 2. In that message, the company says it agreed to pay $13 million in a proposed settlement for a lawsuit that claimed the company spammed customers without their consent.
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) -- Twitter is embracing Jack Dorsey as its CEO in hopes that its once-spurned co-founder can hatch a plan to expand the short messaging service's audience and end nearly a decade of financial losses. The hiring revealed Monday in a regulatory filing ends Twitter's three-month search for a new leader.
(NEW YORK) -- Emily Blunt is finally coming clean on why she decided to become a U.S. citizen earlier this year. "It's mainly for tax reasons," Blunt told the U.K.'s Sunday Times' Style magazine. "I didn't want to renounce my Queen." Blunt said the process required much effort. "You have to learn all about the Constitution.
(WASHINGTON) -- Hillary Clinton's campaign on Monday released its first national television ad, set to hit airwaves on Tuesday -- featuring comments made by Rep. Kevin McCarthy (R-Calif.) about how the committee investigating Benghazi and her emails has led to a drop in her poll numbers.
(NEWPORT, Ky.) -- A large python attacked a man at a reptile shop in Newport, Kentucky on Monday. The shop's owner, Terry Wilkins, is in critical condition after a 20-foot, 125 pound python attacked and wrapped itself around him, reports ABC News affiliate WCPO-TV . When police officers arrived at the scene, one of the officers was able to unwrap the snake from Wilkins and was able to get it back into a cage.