The world 9/11 created: The sprawling, dark legacy of U.S. counterterrorism

Abroad, successive U.S. administrations shoulder a shared legacy of ruinous wars and failed nation-building. At home, the years since 9/11 have seen the curtailing of civil liberties for some...

Best-Selling Author Michael Lewis’s Revealing Celebration Of School Closure

"The Premonition" is an ode to authoritative action and officials who don’t worry overmuch about trade-offs or the risks overreacting can bring. Nowhere is this clearer than Lewis’s fascination...

Are States And Cities Taking On Too Much Debt?

Municipal bond markets and other analysts seem confident in state and local governments’ ability to handle their debt loads, and even increase them in the face of continuing high demand from investors.

Britney Spears' Lawyer Accuses Her Dad of Trying to 'Avoid Accountability' in Court Move

The singer's father, Jamie Spears, has asked a Los Angeles court to end the pop star's 13-year conservatorship.

3 Top Tech Stocks Under $20 Per Share

For less than $20 each, you can get exposure to these emerging tech companies with long-term growth opportunities.

This Fintech Just Took a Big Step Toward Dominating its Industry

It's tough to imagine a better piece of news for this company's shareholders.

Russia's emergency situations minister dies during drills

Russia’s Emergency Situations Ministry says the head of the government department has died during drills

Lazard's key to hybrid work - Point72 all-in on the cloud

The top finance news for Sept. 8, including the latest on Lazard's approach to hybrid work and Point72's adoption of the cloud.

Prosecution may not call star witness in 1st trial in U.S. college admissions scandal

One key face could be missing from the first trial beginning this week in the U.S. college admissions scandal that ensnared dozens of wealthy corporate executives and Hollywood actresses - the...

Goodrich Petroleum downgraded to hold from buy at Truist

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Fire Kills at Least 41 After It Rips Through Overcrowded Prison Where Doors Were Locked

There were more than 2,000 inmates at the Tangerang jail near Jakarta, Indonesia, in a facility built for 600.

Surmodics stock price target raised to $76 from $68 at Needham

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Wall Street loves the housing crisis. The nationwide home shortage keeps investors' profits safe

Investors began buying homes in the past decade and raked in profits in 2020. Now they're saying in regulatory filings they don't want more built.

Australia's Top Court Finds Media Companies Liable for Other People's Facebook Comments

Court found that newspapers and TV stations that post articles on Facebook’s platform are liable for other Facebook users’ comments on those posts, a ruling that could prompt traditional...

UK supermarket Morrisons plans auction to end bidding war

The British supermarket chain Morrisons plans to end a bidding war for the company by holding an auction between two U.S.-based investment groups that have made competing offers

Angry protesters throw gravel at Canadian PM Justin Trudeau

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has repeatedly faced off angry protesters on the campaign trail while seeking a third term in office in snap elections due to take place on September 20.

San Sebastian Virtual Screening Room to Bow on Movistar Plus

Movistar Plus, the pay TV/VOD operator of Spanish telco Telefonica, and the San Sebastian Festival, the biggest film event in the Spanish-speaking world, are bowing a multi-year alliance to...

From Shanksville's scorched woods, two arborists emerged as unsung heroes of 9/11

The hemlock grove where United Airlines Flight 93 hurtled to the ground in rural Pennsylvania still haunts Mark Trautman and Ben Haupt 20 years later. Before the al Qaeda attacks on Sept. 11,...

Amazon's cashierless 'Just Walk Out' tech is coming to Whole Foods stores

After launching it in Go stores and then bringing it to larger Fresh supermarkets, Amazon's cashierless "Just Walk Out" tech will soon arrive in two Whole Foods locations. The service, which lets...

Federal court rules that Catholic schools cannot fire teachers for being gay

Last Friday, US District Judge Max Cogburn ruled that Lonnie Billard, a gay substitute drama and English teacher in North Carolina, was wrongfully fired in 2014. Cogburn ruled that the Charlotte...

Schwarzenegger says atmosphere of this year's California recall looks 'exactly the same' as when...

Former Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger -- the only person in California history to win a gubernatorial race in a recall election -- is aggressively neutral on the one coming up on September 14.

American Travelers Face New Restrictions in Europe

The removal of the U.S. from a list of safe countries has resulted in divergent rules throughout the region. Here’s the latest pandemic news.

How Sirhan Sirhan Was Mentored Through Parole by Suge Knight, Mafia Leaders

“I’m a global villain myself, people think I killed Tupac, and that was Tupac. You killed a Kennedy,” Suge Knight told Sirhan. The post How Sirhan Sirhan Was Mentored Through Parole by Suge...

The Alpinist’ Is the Most Compelling Climbing Film Since ‘Free Solo’

Early in The Alpinist, the new movie by Sender Films, climber Marc-André Leclerc is captured free soloing the Stanley Headwall, a 500-foot feature in Canada’s Kootenay National Park heralded as...

Intelligence Matters" presents: Remembering 9/11 with Gina Bennett

Host Michael Morell talks with Gina Bennett, one of the longest-serving intelligence analysts on al Qaeda and other terrorist groups.

DeVore and Christensen: Newsom's recall desperation

California is a tax haven for the middle class? Democratic Gov. Gavin Newsom made that risible claim last month as he battles the Sept. 14 recall election.

Altitude Boards Sales For ‘The Occupant,’ Starring Ella Balinska, Launch Set at TIFF

Altitude Film Sales are representing the worldwide rights to “The Occupant,” a sci-fi thriller starring “Charlie’s Angel’s” alum Ella Balinska. They plan to introduce the feature to buyers at...

We’re Spending Peanuts on a Problem More Deadly Than Malaria

This story was originally published by The Guardian and is reproduced here as part of the Climate Desk collaboration. Governments around the world gave 20 percent more in overseas aid funding to...

Help! My Mom Refuses to Tell My Dad’s Siblings About His Debilitated Condition

I feel torn between respecting my mom's wishes and withholding significant information.

America’s Forever War Must Go On

Announcing the completion of America’s withdrawal from Afghanistan, President Joe Biden declared an end to the post-9/11 “forever war.” Ahead of the anniversary of the September 11 attacks that...

26 Brilliant Movies That Critics Were Wrong About

Moviegoing is at a strange, tenuous moment. With pandemic fears still circulating, and many studios still delaying their films’ release dates, not everyone is comfortable going back to theaters...

Vaccines Mandates Work, But They’re Messy Business

In fall 2019, before anyone had ever heard of COVID-19, California legislators were trying to pass a bill aimed at increasing childhood vaccination. Five years previously, someone at Disneyland...

Is Spencer Rattler The Next Valedictorian Of Oklahoma’s ‘Quarterback U’?

In his first season as the starting quarterback, Oklahoma’s Spencer Rattler posted a Total Quarterback Rating (QBR) of “only” 81.2, which made him “only” 11th among qualified players in 2020. But...

The worst thing about Theranos wasn't the hinky blood testing machines or the alleged fraud

Elizabeth Holmes, the Theranos founder who dressed up as Steve Jobs and wowed west-coast VCs and east-coast magazines with imaginary blood testing machines, is embarking on her long trial on fraud...

Commodity Markets Are All Gummed Up

Commodities are a favorite play during periods of high inflation, but markets are dealing with some unusual risk factors this time around.

20 Years Later, 2 More 9/11 Victims Are Identified Using New Technology

Two victims of the terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center on Sept. 11, 2001 were recently identified through DNA analysis.

No place for Afghan refugees in Europe,' says Czech PM Babiš

"A better option is a solution that allows people to stay in Afghanistan," he said.

Early Stumbles as El Salvador Starts Accepting Bitcoin as Currency

Any business in El Salvador, with the technological capacity to do so, must now accept payment in the cryptocurrency

Taliban willing to establish relations with all nations except Israel

Spokesman for extremist group that took over Afghanistan says it wants ties with all countries in the region, and even willing to cooperate with US, but not Israel

Uh, How Is the Miss America Pageant Going to Judge “Health” Instead of Physical Appearance?

Maybe contestants will have their blood pressure taken onstage.

Old, tired and rich: Big Tech founders have left the building

Most of today's tech giants are no longer run by their founders, but by a new breed of successor CEOs tasked with holding true to a corporate mission while continuing to pump up growth. The big...

50 Cent Slammed For ‘Disgusting’ Posts About Michael K. Williams’ Death

The rapper promoted his own projects, misspelled "The Wire" star's name -- and then doubled down after facing backlash.

Plant-Based Foods Expand, With Consumers Hungry for More

A broad variety of options are now available in grocery aisles and on restaurant menus, and more companies are looking to get in on the action.

Snell loses gem in 7th, Padres fall 4-0 to Adell, Angels

Blake Snell made another bid at a gem.

The Taliban Form an All-Male Afghan Government of Old Guard Leaders

The announcement came hours after the Taliban fired guns into the air to disperse protesters in the capital Kabul

Microsoft’s Clipchamp acquisition will help improve video editing on Windows

Microsoft is acquiring Clipchamp, a browser-based video editing tool, and is hinting that it will be a great fit for Windows. Founded in 2013, Clipchamp lets people create and edit videos in a...

LG claims its new 'Real Folding Window' display material is as hard as glass

Samsung's Galaxy Z Fold 3 and Z Flip 3 devices did very well in their home country, and market research groups like Counterpoint believe foldable shipments are bound to grow in the coming years....

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How businesses are deciding their vaccine and COVID policies

A growing number of U.S. companies have mandated COVID-19 vaccinations for employees. But in the absence of a federal mandate there's a wide variance in what’s happening — mandates for all, some,...

15 Pics That Prove Lazy Is a 4-Legged Word

Being completely relaxed is a goal for most of us, but for some animals, it’s a way of life. From a kitty who sleeps all day with its butt facing the air-conditioner to a dog that uses its bone...

Chinese investors pour $1 billion into BlackRock's new fund

BlackRock's new investment fund in China — the first owned entirely by a foreign firm — has attracted $1 billion from Chinese investors in its first week.

JPMorgan is buying a majority stake in Volkswagen's payments unit

JPMorgan plans to buy a majority stake of close to 75% in Volkswagen's payments business.

California Aims To Become First State To Outlaw 'Stealthing'

Stealthing is the act of removing a condom without permission during intercourse.

Enough With The Climate Jargon: Scientists Aim For Clearer Messages On Global Warming

People are likely to be confused by common terms like "mitigation" and "carbon neutral," according to a recent study. How can scientists do a better job communicating about global warming?

Migrants continue to cross Channel ahead of Priti Patel talks

The coastguard co-ordinates a search and rescue after a boat of migrants was spotted in the Channel.

Kareena Kapoor Khan on breaking pregnancy taboos: ‘No one wants to talk about belching and swollen feet!’

One of Bollywood’s most bankable actors has written a revolutionary pregnancy book that lifts the lid on libido, caesareans and more. She discusses power, pay and the reality behind the...

Silicon Valley culture faces questions as Theranos founder’s trial begins

Jurors set to hear opening arguments in criminal case against Elizabeth Holmes

Bridgepoint’s ‘carry’ shows limit of UK rules

Regulators should demand full disclosure of executive rewards

New, Giant Carnivorous Dinosaur Was a Terror to Smaller Tyrannosaurs

A fossil jaw reveals the large predator lived 90 million years ago

HBO Max is coming to parts of Europe on October 26th

HBO Max will launch in Europe next month on October 26th, the streaming service announced today. Sweden, Denmark, Norway, Finland, Spain, and Andorra are the first six countries it’ll be available...

Andrew bolts for Balmoral: Prince quits Windsor to join his mother on her Scottish holiday 'to...

The Duke of York, 61, was seen with his ex-wife Sarah Ferguson yesterday leaving Royal Lodge, before the pair were driven on a 500-mile trip to the Queen's 50,000-acre Scottish estate.

Amazon pays £492m in UK tax as sales surge to £20.6bn

The online retail giant saw UK sales rise by 50% last year amid a Covid-driven hike in demand.

Inside a Tennessee 6-Year-Old’s Desperate Battle With MIS-C

Her mother tells people that 6-year-old Hattie Shell and her 8-year-old sister, Hazel, are “dirt balls with glitter on it.”“Hattie loves to have her nails done and loves to have her outfits match,...

Caitlyn Jenner’s Live-In Manager Cashes In On Her Run for Governor

Caitlyn Jenner’s campaign for the California governorship has its fair share of seasoned political consultants—but the person who keeps her other non-political ventures on track also appears to be...

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Man Jailed for 5 Years for Spreading COVID-19

A court in Vietnam says the man’s actions spread the virus to many people, of whom one died.

CrowdStrike says REvil's infrastructure and website is accessible on the dark web after it went...

Teenager Leylah Fernandez beats Elina Svitolina to reach US Open semifinals

Teenager Leylah Fernandez beats Elina Svitolina to reach US Open semifinals  CNNLeylah Fernandez vs Elina Svitolina Highlights | 2021 US Open Quarterfinal  US Open Tennis ChampionshipsOpinion:...

COVID-slammed hospitals in northern Idaho allowed to ration care

Idaho has one of the lowest vaccination rates in the nation, and officials say a "massive increase in patients with COVID" forced the "last resort" move.

The 52 Products On This List Can All Make Your Life A Bit Easier

This gorgeous, reviewer-beloved eight-in-one pan is out here working its hardest so you don't have to.

PayPal snaps up Japanese buy-now-pay-later unicorn for $2.7 billion

PayPal snaps up Japanese buy-now-pay-later unicorn for $2.7 billion  CNN InternationalPayPal snaps up Japanese buy now, pay later firm Paidy for $2.7B  Fox BusinessPayPal to Buy Japanese Unicorn...

PayPal snaps up Japanese buy-now-pay-later unicorn for $2.7 billion

PayPal snaps up Japanese buy-now-pay-later unicorn for $2.7 billion  CNN InternationalPayPal snaps up Japanese buy now, pay later firm Paidy for $2.7B  Fox BusinessPayPal to Buy Japanese Unicorn...

Kiss Reschedule Postponed Tour Dates After Positive Covid Tests

The North American tour will resume on September 9th

Silicon Valley finds remote work is easier to begin than end

SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — Technology companies that led the charge into remote work as the pandemic unfurled are confronting a new challenge as the crisis winds down: how, when and even whether they...

I’d rather be alone’: the influencers pushing for ‘relationship minimalism’

A group of young people are not only eschewing excess material items, but also meaningless relationships and ‘emotional clutter’Ronald L Banks was just 21 when he stood in front of his closet...

The Latest: South Korea concerned about eroding vigilance

SEOUL, South Korea – South Korea has reported more than 2,000 new cases of the coronavirus, approaching a one-day record set last month, as officials expressed concern about an erosion in citizen...

Memelord: A meme game enough to end your whole career

“ Hey folks, As Elon Musk once said, 'Who controls the memes, controls the Universe'. And thus, Memelord was born. Memelord is a game for you and your team to get together and indulge...

90 Day: The Single Life' Stars, Big Ed & Liz, Are Engaged

Big Ed's had to go through some tumultuous times on reality TV to get there, but it looks like it's all worth it -- he's engaged to his girlfriend, Liz. The former "90 Day Fiance" star and his GF...

Google Doodle Celebrates Avicii on Producer’s 32nd Birthday

The image coincides with World Suicide Prevention Week

Palestinian Prisoners Dug a Hole and Escaped One of Israel’s Most Secure Jails

The dramatic escape has been described as the biggest Palestinian jailbreak in 23 years.

Stock futures trade lower on growth concerns

Stock futures trade lower on growth concerns  Fox BusinessStock futures are little changed after Dow's 260-point loss  CNBCDow Jones Futures: Market Rally Mixed As Apple Hits New High, Bitcoin...

8 levels of Bach

There are many "X levels of Y" videos, but I liked this short 8 levels of Bach video by 16 year old pianist Shutian Cheng, as he has a short description of what makes each level increasingly...

Titanic II Will Set Sail Soon, and Here’s Why This Time It Will Be a Lucky Trip

You’ve probably wondered what it would be like to sail on the legendary Titanic. An Australian billionaire was sure that many people who were amazed by the ill-fated ship would want to do so,...

China's central bank keeps the brakes on economic stimulus

China's central bank policymakers pushed back Tuesday on expectations they would take aggressive measures to boost economic growth.

Michael K. Williams to be Honored by Bill Aiming to Reduce Mass Incarceration

Michael K. Williams' name will live on in the form of a law aiming to reduce mass incarceration ... if a Brooklyn politician has her way. New York State Assemblymember Rodneyse Bichotte Hermelyn...

Tailwind Mobile: Mobile UI components built with Tailwind CSS

“ 👋 Hey everyone, creator of Tailwind Mobile here! More and more developers use Tailwind CSS in their hybrid (Web Native) apps, progressive web apps (PWA) and in frameworks like...

Power Through Your Short Work Week With This Espresso Martini Recipe

The espresso martini is way easier to make than it sounds. Here's a super easy recipe to mix up this week after a long weekend away.

29 Incredibly Comfortable Pairs Of Shoes (With The Reviews To Prove It)

Turns out, walking on clouds *is* totally possible.

Sources: ByteDance plans to borrow up to $5B in a syndicated loan to refinance debt and pay for...

TikTok owner ByteDance is in talks with banks to borrow up to $5 billion in a syndicated loan to refinance debt and pay for overseas expansion, people with knowledge of the matter said, as the...

We Re-Tasted Budget Bourbons To See If We Could Identify Them Blind

These bourbons cost less than $20 but do they really taste that different? We're tasting them and trying to name the brands -- no peeking!

If You Never Met Your Co-Workers in Person, Did You Even Work There?

As the pandemic drags on, more people are beginning and leaving new jobs without once seeing their colleagues face-to-face, leading to an easy-come, easy-go attitude toward workplaces.

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After Ida, New Orleans residents find a source of hope: The ‘hurricane station’

At the “hurricane station,” which also remained on air through Hurricane Katrina, hosts are sleeping in the station to broadcast round-the-clock. For many people in this powerless city, it’s a lifeline.

These 3-minute exercises can stop worry in its tracks

Feeling anxious? Give these simple thought exercises a try. From the resurgence of COVID to the unrest in the world, there’s a lot to worry about right now. The truth is, however, that worrying...

After wildfires can come thunderstorms and catastrophic flooding. Here’s why

With less vegetation and dark soil that both repels water and absorbs energy from the sun, wildfire burn scars become susceptible to more disastrous weather. Wildfires burn millions of acres of...

Chinese activist Ai Weiwei says Credit Suisse closing foundation's bank account

Do You Know the Difference Between British and American English?

Do you know whether words like 'toward,' 'theater,' and 'grey' are British or American spellings?

California grid operator issues flex alert ahead of high heat expected Wednesday

Officials have issued a flex alert for California from 4 to 9 p.m. Wednesday citing high temperatures forecast for the Golden State and much of the West.

Video: Rays' Nelson Cruz Becomes Oldest Player to Hit 30 HR in Season

Nelson Cruz continued his power surge and made a little history along the way while leading the Tampa Bay Rays to a 12-7 victory over the Boston Red Sox on...

The Surprisingly Strong Supreme Court Precedent Supporting Vaccine Mandates

In 1905, the high court made a fateful ruling with eerie parallels to today: One person’s liberty can’t trump everyone else’s.

Free(ing) Britney

Jamie Spears has filed a petition to end his daughter's conservatorship "If Ms. Spears wants to terminate the conservatorship and believes that she can handle her own life, Mr. Spears believes...

Fears of critical race theory unleash army of school board candidates

Republicans sees a rich opportunity to build a pipeline of new political candidates by pushing the culture war issue.

Fort McCoy in Wisconsin identifies one case of the measles during Afghan refugee resettlement efforts

An Army facility in Wisconsin that is involved in receiving Afghan refugees recently identified one case of the Measles.Fox News reported that an internal government email indicated that Fort...

Rand Paul says new documents prove Fauci lied before Congress: 'He needs to be held accountable'

Republican Sen. Rand Paul of Kentucky said that new documents bolster his accusations that Dr. Anthony Fauci lied to Congress about funding gain-of-function viral research in China. Fauci, the...

Orrin Heatlie, early leader of Newsom recall movement, has contracted COVID-19

Heatlie, a retired Yolo County sheriff's deputy, said his case is mild and he is recovering at home.

Britney Spears' Father Has Filed A Petition To End Her Conservatorship

The filing comes after the 39-year-old pop star told a judge that she wanted to be freed from the court-mandated arrangement.

HBO 'Hard Knocks' 2021: Best Cowboys Storylines, Moments, Reaction for Episode 5

Now it's time to start the season. If the crisp fall air isn't enough of a clue that the NFL campaign is right around the corner, the season finale of...

FX's "Impeachment" doesn't acquit itself well, despite a humanizing portrayal by Beanie Feldstein

FX's latest "American Crime Story" installment fails to live up to the expectation set by previous installments

Britney Spears' father files to end court conservatorship

The filing says that James Spears only wants what's best for his daughter, and if she wants to terminate the conservatorship and believes she can handle her own life, he believes she should get...

Liberal Media’ Quick to Promote Pro-War Narrative

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Covid cases 300% higher than year ago

The $8 Amazon Product That Makes My Brows Look Laminated

Although I haven’t always loved my thick and very dark eyebrows, I can now report that they’ve earned the well-deserved spot as one of my favorite features. Thanks to this genetic blessing, my...

Telemedicine abortions offer cheaper options but may also undermine critical clinics

Change in FDA rules lets women receive drugs needed for a medical abortion by mail after a telemedicine appointment

South Dakota governor orders restrictions on abortion meds

South Dakota Gov. Kristi Noem has issued an executive order to restrict access to abortion medication and make it clear that medicine-induced abortions fall within state law requiring an in-person...

One Woman's Mission To Rewrite Nazi History On Wikipedia

Ksenia Coffman's fellow editors have called her a vandal and a McCarthyist. She just wants them to stop glorifying fascists—and start citing better sources.

Highest taxes in 70 years!

How Netflix Made Americans Care About The Most European Of Sports

I never gave much thought to the champagne-soaked world of Formula 1. Then I watched Drive to Survive.

Frog Foam May Help Deliver Drugs to Human Skin

A new study suggests the concoction created by mating amphibians may help dispense medicine slowly over time

Ode to a Denny's Hobbit Menu

THIS ARTICLE IS ADAPTED FROM THE SEPTEMBER 4, 2021, EDITION OF GASTRO OBSCURA’S FAVORITE THINGS NEWSLETTER. YOU CAN SIGN UP HERE. In the winters of 2012 and 2013, Denny’s offered, of all things,...

This Is How to Heal a Sunburn Fast

Less peeling, faster healing.

How to Break Through a Lifting Plateau

When you start lifting, those first few weeks are bliss. Sure, maybe you’re sore sometimes and get confused about how to do each new exercise, but you can add weight to the bar every week, maybe...

Best Fall Candles That Smell Soft & Cozy (Not Like A PSL Fever Dream)

Fall is one of those extreme-festive seasons that overwhelms the senses (sights, tastes, and smells all included). And because smell is the strongest of all the senses, it's tough to live our best...

800,000 New Yorkers Just Lost Federal Unemployment Benefits

Many pandemic-era federal programs expired on Sunday, leaving jobless New Yorkers with more modest state unemployment benefits, or no aid at all.

Why video game doors are so hard to get right

Doors are hard because all of game development is hard. Doors are so common in the real world that you probably don’t stop to think about how to operate them. But for video game designers, that’s...

Cody Bellinger’s Spectacular Catch Steals Home Run Ball From Fan Holding On By A Thread

These Abortion 'Hot Takes' Are Bad, Actually

When the Supreme Court declined to block Texas SB8—which bans abortion after six weeks of pregnancy, functionally banning the procedure altogether—it set off an emotional shockwave. People...

15 Hot Labor Day Deals That Are Still Kickin'

From Adidas to Everlane to Nordstrom and more.

So Much Modern Slang Is AAVE. Here’s How Language Appropriation Erases The Influence Of Black Culture

Appropriation by non-Black people is so commonplace that many fail to notice it, let alone interrogate it.

The Untold Story of the Teen Hackers Who Transformed the Early Internet

Bill Landreth was one of the whiz kids, poking around Pentagon servers with the friends he had never met. But one of them was an FBI informant.

Why some people think this photo of JFK’s killer is fake

This photo of Lee Harvey Oswald has been analyzed for decades. Lee Harvey Oswald was murdered two days after he was arrested for assassinating US President John F. Kennedy. But before Oswald...

Amazon Fire Tablets And Kindles Are on Sale Right Now

Need a cheap slate or ebook reader? These prices are some of the best we've seen outside of Prime Day.

Use The Power Of Rituals To Calm Your Nerves And Boost Performance

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Hobo Joe in Buckeye, Arizona

Herb Applegate moved to Phoenix from Detroit in the 1960s. With a successful background in restaurant management, he quickly found investors in his newest venture: an affordable, family-friendly...

Media Announces They Will Not Stop Covering Afghanistan Until Biden Wears Scarf

WASHINGTON—Emphasizing their dedication to informing readers about the current turmoil of the region, the media announced Tuesday that they would not stop covering Afghanistan unless President...

I Want to Make the Company Work for Me”: What Co-op Power Looks Like

On Labor Day yesterday, we ran a series of photographs from six regions of the country, each answering an underlying question as aspirational as it is achievable: What does it look like when...

Hurricane Ida May Spark Mass Migration

A view of flood damaged buildings are seen as U.S. President Joe Biden (not pictured) inspects the damage from Hurricane Ida on the Marine One helicopter during an aerial tour of communities in...

El Salvador’s Bitcoin Gamble Is Off to a Rocky Start

Enthusiasm, fear, and light shows usher the country into the age of cryptocurrency.

The Red-Pilling of Kitson

The boutique that defined early-aughts L.A. style has taken an unexpected turn.

Heather Bresch, Joe Manchin's Daughter, Played Direct Part in EpiPen Price Inflation Scandal

New email shows the former Mylan CEO worked with her counterpart at Pfizer to corner the market and keep costs up. The post Heather Bresch, Joe Manchin’s Daughter, Played Direct Part in EpiPen...

The New Science of Autoimmune Disease

Millions of people are sickened by immune systems that are supposed to defend them. There are new ideas about why this happens and how to stop it.-- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com

Ruff Review: Canine Cottages Is Hiring Dogs to Test Out Their Pet-Friendly Vacation Rentals

Are you a UK resident whose dog doesn’t mind posing for a few photos? That could earn you a free vacation.

How Bow & Arrow Became the Southwest’s Most Innovative Brewery

At a bold and stylish new brewery in Albuquerque, New Mexico, Missy Begay and Shyla Sheppard are using traditional Native American ingredients to produce delicious craft creations, part of a...

Intel’s turnaround and the future of chipmaking

America’s historically hermetic semiconductor giant opens up—and tries to shake up its industry in the process

An electric-vehicle startup aims for a stellar valuation

Rivian motors towards an IPO