The two-time Olympic gold medalist is back in the United States and will receive support for her physical and mental health.
Brittney Griner is on her way home in time for Christmas. On Thursday (Dec. 8), the WNBA star was freed from a Russian penal colony in exchange for an infamous arms dealer.
The WNBA champion and two-time Olympic gold medalist’s best chance of getting home is now in the hands of the U.S. government.
A Russian rapper opposed to the war in Ukraine reportedly died by suicide after being drafted. Walkie, 27, posted a video that served as a final testimony and suicide note.
Dennis Rodman, the NBA great and diplomat in training, was going to Russia to help Brittney Griner but the United States shot it down.
The United States is set to enter talks with Russia in order to bring WNBA star Brittney Griner home in exchange for a Russian operative.
Brittney Griner, a standout WNBA star, faces up to 10 years in prison for two cannabis cartridges found in her luggage.
Brittney Griner has been held in pretrial detention in Russia for four months and had her time extended for additional six months this week.
The wayward pundit used her massive Twitter platform to show support for Vladimir Putin's assault on Ukraine, willfully tweeting "Russian Lives Matter" at the end of her misguided missive.
In a new interview, Rep. Sheila Jackson Lee says the White House informed Congressional Black Caucus members that the administration is working on the matter.
Officials say they discovered vaporizer cartridges containing THC oil in Griner's luggage.
Y'all just know that if Comrade Trump was still President he would've lambasted the NYPD for making such a move, but luckily for us and the world, he's not and is currently holed up in Mar-A-Lago awaiting indictments in both New York City and Atlanta, GA (tee-hee).