Dear Amy : I moved to a new city, and work remotely. I'm trying to make friends. One person I've met, "Shelley," has offered way too much info…
Mike Brennan from the National Hurricane Center explains what to expect during the upcoming hurricane season that begins June 1.
Venetian authorities are investigating after a patch of fluorescent green water appeared in the famed Grand Canal on Sunday. Various theories surfaced online, including that it could be algae or a substance illegally dispersed in the canal.
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Memorial Day is supposed to be about mourning the nation’s fallen service members, but also marks the unofficial start of summer. That story and more on this holiday edition of our daily podcast.
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🎧 Get a recap of some of this week's top sports and entertainment stories through this special edition of our daily news podcast.
An alleged campaign by Chinese state-sponsored hackers on targets in the U.S. and Guam has raised fears that Beijing is preparing to disrupt communications in the Pacific in the event of a conflict.
Dear Amy: A few years back, I discovered that I had fathered an adult child resulting from my being a sperm donor decades ago.
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Dear Amy: When do boundaries become a form of control?
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JOINT CHIEFS: President Joe Biden will announce Thursday that he is tapping Air Force Gen. CQ Brown Jr. to serve as chairman of the Joint Chie…
PHOENIX — Attorneys general across the U.S. joined in a lawsuit this week against a telecommunications company accused of making more than 7.5…
NASCAR has opened an investigation into how a derogatory message was broadcast on the radio channel of Bubba Wallace's race team during last weekend's All-Star race. Wallace, NASCAR's only Black driver in the Cup series, had just finished the race at North Wilkesboro Speedway when a person not on the 23XI Racing team said over the radio, "Go back to where you came from" and then added another non-racial expletive. NASCAR spokesman Mike Forde said Wednesday the series immediately had its security and racing electronic teams look into the hack. He said Wallace did not hear the remark.
🎧 Although we can carry around nearly all of the world’s knowledge in our pockets, we shouldn’t be surprised that such devices can lead to distraction and sometimes addiction.
"Americans are sick and tired of their phones ringing off the hook with fraudulent robocalls," New York Attorney General Letitia James said in a statement.
Dear Amy: About two years ago, I messaged "Bradley" on social media. (We're both gay.)