Figure skater said partner who committed suicide sexually abused her

A former figure skater said her partner John Coughlin, who committed suicide earlier this year, sexually abused her.

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Warriors reach their fifth straight Finals in dramatic fashion

SportsPulse: The Warriors dynasty has reached its fifth straight Finals. And by the looks of it, they look primed to win the third straight title.

Is Brooks Koepka the next Tiger? One golfer preaches caution over hype

SportsPulse: Adam Scott discusses how Brooks Koepka has been able to dominate the field over the past few years and why people should be cautious when comparing him to Tiger Woods.

Tornados, severe weather hit the western part of country

From Arkansas to Nebraska, people experiencing severe weather including tornados and dust storms.

Pros and cons of 401(k) loans

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Laine Hardy recalls 'crazy' moment after winning 'American Idol'

Laine Hardy eked out a narrow win over Alejandro Aranda on the finale of "American Idol."

Storm chaser tracks down amazing Nebraska tornado

A storm chaser got a close look at a tornado in McCook, Nebraska.

Eiffel Tower shuts down while intruder climbs the monument

The Eiffel Tower closed down on Monday after a man began trying to scale the Paris monument.

A person could be seen dangling just below the third and highest level of the structure. A rescuer dressed in red was just above him.

Police said the climber was a male.

It wasn’t immediately clear how the trespasser managed to get past the stringent security system.

A Paris police spokeswoman said a team of firefighters including a climbing specialist was on the scene and in touch with the intruder, whose motivations remain unclear.

Officials haven’t immediately provided further information about the incident, and it’s not known when the Eiffel Tower will reopen.

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Deer and rabbit playing together resemble Disney's Bambi and Thumper | USA TODAY

This adorable deer and rabbit playing will melt your heart reminding us of beloved Disney friends Bambi and Thumper.

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Ladakh, India | One-Minute Getaway

Set in India's far north, Ladakh is one of the world's most unique places.

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Surrounded by chains of mountain ranges, with peaks reaching over 20,000 fee, this arid high desert gets little precipitation each year. The moonscape scenery is otherworldly. Here, you'll find beautiful alpine lakes, peaceful river valleys and some of the world’s highest drivable roads and trails. It’s a land of spectacular Buddhist monasteries and royal palaces, fluttering prayer flags and whitewashed stupas — a little slice of Tibet in India’s remote reaches.

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Great-grandma Comes Face To Face With Long-lost Brother | Humankind

Betty always knew he was out there somewhere. Thanks to her loving great-granddaughter and some help from strangers, she was finally able to hug her baby brother. ❤️😭
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'Game of Thrones' recap: 3 biggest moments from the series finale | USA TODAY

Spoiler alert! The following contains details from the “Game of Thrones” series finale, Season 8 Episode 6, "The Iron Throne." Read our recap of Season 8, Episode 5 here.

This isn't what we signed up for.

When "Game of Thrones" premiered eight years ago, it was instantly clear that the series was something different. It was a story that broke the conventions of the fantasy genre, not one that was a slave to them. Yes, the "Thrones" books and the series were inspired by J.R.R. Tolkien's "The Lord of the Rings," but they also subverted that trilogy. Ned Stark lost his head. The Red Wedding killed Robb and Catelyn. The Mountain killed the Viper. Tragedy and injustice were as baked into the series' identity as dragons and battles.

But that's not the show that aired its finale Sunday night. In the final episode, "The Iron Throne," the show was unrecognizable. It was hacky; it was cliched. Every character left standing received a saccharine coda. Closure is one thing, but pandering is entirely another.

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5 richest metro areas in America | USA TODAY

24/7 Wall St. reviewed median household income data to determine the richest metro areas in the United States. Here are the top five.

Morehouse graduation speaker Robert F. Smith pledges to pay off student loans | USA TODAY

Billionaire investor and philanthropist Robert F. Smith pledged to pay off the student loan debt of the Morehouse 2019 graduates.

Columbine school shooting survivor Austin Eubanks found dead | USA TODAY

Austin Eubanks, who survived the 1999 Columbine High School shooting in Colorado, was found dead Saturday at age 37.