Among her many unforgettable qualities, Diana was known for her fabulous style. From ditching her gloves to speaking to the people through her clothing, Diana’s flawless style lives on.

Today: Monday, Aug. 28

MTV Video Music Awards recap, via our Life section:  Red carpet photo gallery, top highlights from the show and much more. Morning

How photographers can profit from augmented reality, via our TalkingTech podcast: USA TODAY tech journalist Jefferson Graham offers tips on all-things digital. 6 a.m. ET

Princess Diana’s fashion, via a Life section story and video:  A look at the ravishing royal’s attire. 8 a.m. ET 

Untangling the Game of Thrones finale, via Facebook Live: Join USA TODAY Life staffer Kelly Lawler to deconstruct Sunday’s season-ending episode. 2 p.m.

Even more Game of Thrones details, via the Fan Theory podcast: Our co-hosts will chat all things GoT and look ahead to the series’ final season. Warning: There will be spoilers. 3 p.m. ET

The Rest of the Week 

Tuesday, Aug. 29

A crash or a conspiracy?Via a Life section story and video:  A round-up of the mysteries still surrounding Princess Diana’s death. 8 a.m. ET

Kindness follows cruelty, via HUMANKIND video: Someone shot this little dog with a BB gun, but since then the pup has been given nothing but love. 8 a.m. ET

Meet an inspiring Olympian and her canine companion, via Facebook Live. Visually impaired Olympic alpine skier Danelle Umstead tells of her adventures with her guide dog, Aziza. 1 p.m. ET  

Wednesday, Aug. 30

A tiny canine hero, via HUMANKIND video:The Parsons family’s house burned to the ground – and they would have been inside if not for their pet chihuahua. 8 a.m. ET

Hot news from Burning Man, via a Snapchat story:USA TODAY’s Trevor Hughes dishes on the desert festival through his Snapchat spectacles. All day

The sun sets on the temple at Burning Man 2016 just before it is burned down on the last night of the event. (Photo: Jenny Kane, Reno (Nev.) Gazette-Journal)

Mental health in professional sports, via our Sports section:  A look at how the pressures of training, competition and fame can weigh heavily on pro athletes.  3 p.m. ET  

Thursday, Aug. 31

What happened the day Diana died, via our Life section: In video and text, a complete portrait of the last hours of the princess’s life, 20 years to the day after she was killed. 6 a.m. ET

The allure of catfish, via our Travel section: Find out why the mud-dwelling fish is a favorite for anglers. 8 a.m. ET

Catfish are seem in a processing plant in Eutaw, Ala. (Photo: AP file photo)

A boy beats the odds, via HUMANKIND video:Silas Pierce wasn’t supposed to live more than a few hours after he was born. Now he’s four-years-old and just learned to walk. 8 a.m.

NASCAR preview, via our Sports section:  USA TODAY’s Brant James breaks down what to expect at the upcoming race at Darlington Raceway. 3 p.m. ET

Kim Clijsters serves up U.S. Open Tennis talk, via USA TODAY Sports: The four-time Grand Slam tennis champion discusses the biggest storylines surrounding this year’s tournament. 3 p.m. 

Friday, Sept. 1

A heart-touching reunion, via HUMANKIND video:For 60 years, Ellen Brotschol Noble thought she was an only child. But she wasn’t.  8 a.m. ET

Details on the new thriller Unlocked, via the Fan Theory podcast: Actor Noomi Rapace dishes about the movie and co-stars Orlando Bloom, Michael Douglas and John Malkovich.  9 a.m. ET

Shatner speaks, via our Straight Up Hollywood podcast: With Star Trek II: Wrath of Khan coming back to theaters Sept 10, we chat with William Shatner and director Nicholas Meyer for the film’s 35th anniversary. 5 p.m. ET

Actor William Shatner played Star Trek Captain James T. Kirk. (Photo: Robert Hanashiro, USA Today)

Looking forward to fall, via The Mothership podcast: USA TODAY’s pop culture geeks discuss which movies, TV shows, comics, games they are most excited for in the coming season.  5 p.m. ET

Saturday, Sept. 2

The latest gadgets and more via our Talking Tech newsletter:  USA TODAY’s Jefferson Graham and his tech team colleagues offer a guide to the biggest trends in tech and explain what they mean for you.  6 a.m. ET

Sunday, Sept. 3

Catch up on weekend news via our fact-packed Biggest News You Missed story: We give you updates so you can start the week feeling informed. 5 p.m. ET 

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