It started out as a limp.
Few people enjoy in-flight turbulence, but while it's anxiety-inducing you're usually pretty safe and secure with your seat belt fastened.
Kansas City Chiefs players had their heads in their hands. Even some Denver Broncos players took a knee as a mark of respect.
Chinese President Xi Jinping warned adversaries on Sunday that any attempt to split China will "end in crushed bodies and shattered bones" according to state-media, as anti-government protesters in Hong Kong returned to the streets for a 19th consecutive weekend.
An experienced Australian hiker crawled for two agonizing days, carrying his broken leg, to find help after falling down a waterfall during a solo mountain hike.
The Dow recovered somewhat Thursday from an 800-point loss a day earlier, the worst of 2019. But investors are unsure of what will happen next in the markets. Conflicting signals are giving people whiplash.
An autopsy performed on Jeffrey Epstein showed he "sustained multiple breaks in his neck bones," the Washington Post reported Wednesday.
Serena Williams had to leave the Rogers Cup final in Toronto early Sunday, plagued by back spasms, the Women's Tennis Association said.
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell fractured his shoulder Sunday after falling in his Kentucky home, his office said in a statement.
Exposure to a chemical commonly used to reduce bacterial contamination in cosmetics, toothpaste and products like toys and clothing may come with an unintended risk -- osteoporosis. That's according to a study in Tuesday's Journal of Clinical Endocrinology & Metabolism.
Howard Schultz said Wednesday he is taking the summer off from exploring a potential run for the presidency in order to recover after undergoing three back surgeries. A source close to the former Starbucks CEO says there have been staff reductions on his team as he steps away from the trail.
An arctic blast that killed at least 23 people in the United States should ease over the weekend, replaced by erratic temperatures that will melt snow and ice and cause more problems.
Britain's Prince Philip has apologized to a woman left injured after his car accident earlier this month, blaming the crash on sunlight that obscured his view and admitting he was "shaken" by the incident.
The desperate search continues Wednesday for survivors of a tsunami which struck parts of western Indonesia, as the country marks the 14-year anniversary of its 2004 Sumatra tragedy -- one of the most devastating ever recorded.
In a precautionary move, Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin spent Sunday on the phone speaking with the chief executives of six of the country's largest banks to avoid yet another market whiplash when Wall Street opens Monday.
Arnold Schwarzenegger's reminiscences about his time with former President George H.W. Bush have given rise to a mystery surrounding a sledding excursion at Camp David in which first lady Barbara Bush broke her leg.