LIFE

Heavy rain after a heatwave isn't always a good thing.
A meteorologist explains what's happening with all this dry, hot weather.
The sun is no match for these super cooling (and affordable) buys.

ENTERTAINMENT

"No, you can’t just let it flow. There’s a camera there, and a crew... it’s not a comfortable situation."
"My dance skills are currently at the level of ‘1970s disco vibe’ but I’m ready to work hard."
Things took a chaotic turn during the Queen of Pop's interview on the US talk show.
The 23-year-old's TV cooking segments have proved particularly divisive in recent months.

SHOPPING

Sponsored by Amazon Books. Created By HuffPost Editors
Sponsored by Amazon Books. Created By HuffPost Editors
Sponsored by Amazon Books. Created By HuffPost Editors

UKRAINE LATEST

UN chief has warned that any attack on such a nuclear plant is "suicidal".
WNBA star Brittney Griner has been sentenced to 9 years in prison in a Russian court for drug smuggling.
Ukrainians believe the third phase of Russia's invasion is about to start.
The former leader has been criticised for an appearance on Al Mayadeen in which he questioned the decision to send military assistance to Ukraine.

POLITICS

Lib Dem leader Ed Davey said it was “appalling" that the Tories have not announced extra support for rocketing bills.
A source in Rishi Sunak's campaign said Tory leadership candidates shouldn't "shy away from difficult things".
One Twitter user noted that, if Trump can plead the Fifth, his fellow Americans “have the complete right under the First Amendment to mock him relentlessly for it”.
The BBC journalist makes a quip to the Tory leadership contender about who's been in charge since 2010.
The Tory leadership favourite had said previously she was against giving "handouts" to people.
"And she calls me an attention seeker," the first minister added.
“Of course, the government is working up a package of cost of living support," Simon Clarke said.
Rishi Sunak's campaign says his rival's position is "clear as mud" after she previously appeared to reject "handouts".
The forecast came as Chris Skidmore became the first MP to publicly switch support from the former chancellor to the foreign secretary.
The Good Morning Britain presenter hit out after the Liz Truss supporter ruled out any help with soaring bills before the autumn.

Got a tip?

Do you have info to share with HuffPost reporters? Here’s how.

Got a tip?

Do you have info to share with HuffPost reporters? Here’s how.