Author Salman Rushdie was attacked on a lecture stage in New York

AUTHOR SALMAN RUSHDIE WAS ATTACKED ON A LECTURE STAGE IN NEW YORK

An Associated Press reporter witnessed a man storm the stage and begin punching or stabbing Rushdie as he was being introduced. The...

The last supermoon of the year lights up the night sky all over the world

THE LAST SUPERMOON OF THE YEAR LIGHTS UP THE NIGHT SKY ALL OVER THE WORLD

The Sturgeon Moon became visible Thursday night, appearing bigger and brighter than usual because of its proximity to Earth.

 
 
 
Tommy Lee's nude photo sparks backlash over double-standard social media censorship

TOMMY LEE'S NUDE PHOTO SPARKS BACKLASH OVER DOUBLE-STANDARD SOCIAL MEDIA CENSORSHIP

The rock star's graphic photo stayed up for hours before it was removed. Critics say nude content posted by women, transgender and...

The drought across Europe is drying up rivers, killing fish and shriveling crops

THE DROUGHT ACROSS EUROPE IS DRYING UP RIVERS, KILLING FISH AND SHRIVELING CROPS

An unprecedented drought is afflicting nearly half of the European continent, damaging farm economies, forcing water restrictions and...

 
 
 
What the CHIPS Act means for your gadgets and U.S. tech manufacturing

WHAT THE CHIPS ACT MEANS FOR YOUR GADGETS AND U.S. TECH MANUFACTURING

The law will allocate more than $50 billion to bring semiconductor chip manufacturing to the U.S. and away from its current production...

THE CHIEF PROSECUTOR IN THE TAMPA AREA SAYS HE WILL FIGHT HIS REMOVAL FROM OFFICE

Prosecutor Andrew Warren is fighting his removal from office by Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis, who says Warren refused to enforce laws...

 
 
 
What is the legacy of burn pits? For some Iraqis, it's a lifetime of problems

WHAT IS THE LEGACY OF BURN PITS? FOR SOME IRAQIS, IT'S A LIFETIME OF PROBLEMS

The PACT Act provides new access to services for American veterans struggling with the health effects of exposure to burn pits. But...

The Charlottesville rally 5 years later: 'It's what you're still trying to forget'

THE CHARLOTTESVILLE RALLY 5 YEARS LATER: 'IT'S WHAT YOU'RE STILL TRYING TO FORGET'

The rally by white supremacists protesting the removal of a statue of Confederate Gen. Robert E. Lee left one counter-protester dead...

 
 
 
This conservative group helped push a disputed election theory

THIS CONSERVATIVE GROUP HELPED PUSH A DISPUTED ELECTION THEORY

The Honest Elections Project, a group that advocates for more restrictive voting laws, has helped push a legal theory - now at the...

The Getty Museum in Los Angeles says it will return illegally exported art to Italy

THE GETTY MUSEUM IN LOS ANGELES SAYS IT WILL RETURN ILLEGALLY EXPORTED ART TO ITALY

The museum says it will return a nearly life-size group of Greek terra-cotta sculptures known as "Orpheus and the Sirens," believed...

 
 
 
Weighing the pros and cons of Beto O'Rourke dropping an f-bomb on a heckler

WEIGHING THE PROS AND CONS OF BETO O'ROURKE DROPPING AN F-BOMB ON A HECKLER

Voters like to see a sense of authenticity in candidates, especially in Texas. But cursing and vulgar language in front of children...

THE FDA RECOMMENDS 3 HOME TESTS IF YOU'RE EXPOSED TO COVID TO BOOST ACCURACY

Previously, the FDA had advised taking two rapid antigen tests over two or three days to rule out infection. But the agency says new...

 
 
 

ATTORNEY GENERAL GARLAND HAS MOVED TO UNSEAL TRUMP MAR-A-LAGO WARRANT

Attorney General Merrick Garland makes a media statement days after a search of former President Trump's Mar-a-Lago property.

Bill Russell's No. 6 is being retired across the NBA, a first for the league

BILL RUSSELL'S NO. 6 IS BEING RETIRED ACROSS THE NBA, A FIRST FOR THE LEAGUE

The number worn by the 11-time champion, civil rights activist and Hall of Fame player and coach is being permanently retired by all...

 
 
 
Justice Department asks a federal court to unseal warrant used to search Mar-A-Lago

JUSTICE DEPARTMENT ASKS A FEDERAL COURT TO UNSEAL WARRANT USED TO SEARCH MAR-A-LAGO

Attorney General Merrick Garland commented for the first time Thursday on the FBI raid that took place at Trump's Florida residence,...

With new guidance, CDC ends test-to-stay for schools and relaxes COVID rules

WITH NEW GUIDANCE, CDC ENDS TEST-TO-STAY FOR SCHOOLS AND RELAXES COVID RULES

Revised guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention looks to minimize COVID-19's disruption of daily life while conceding...

 
 
 
A mistrial is declared over engineers' role in the Flint water crisis

A MISTRIAL IS DECLARED OVER ENGINEERS' ROLE IN THE FLINT WATER CRISIS

A judge declared a mistrial after jurors said they couldn't reach a verdict in a dispute over whether two engineering firms should...

HOW THE TRUMP WHITE HOUSE MISLED THE WORLD ABOUT ITS FAMILY SEPARATION POLICY

The Atlantic 's Caitlin Dickerson spent 18 months filing lawsuits for documents to put together the story of the Trump administration's...

 
 
 
FBI Director Wray denounces threats following the agency's search of Trump home

FBI DIRECTOR WRAY DENOUNCES THREATS FOLLOWING THE AGENCY'S SEARCH OF TRUMP HOME

"I'm always concerned about threats to law enforcement," FBI Director Christopher Wray said. "Violence against law enforcement is not...

TB is good at resisting antibiotics. Here are some new ideas to outsmart the bacteria

TB IS GOOD AT RESISTING ANTIBIOTICS. HERE ARE SOME NEW IDEAS TO OUTSMART THE BACTERIA

Two new studies draw on data from more than 12,000 patients to help figure out ways to battle antibiotic-resistant tuberculosis. (Image...

 
 
 



Polio detected in New York City's sewage, suggesting the virus is...

Polio detected in New York City's sewage, suggesting the virus is circulating there

The presence of the polio virus in New York City's wastewater suggests likely local circulation of the virus, city and state health officials said. Read more ...

Salman Rushdie stabbed during appearance in New York

Salman Rushdie stabbed during appearance in New York

“The Satanic Verses” novelist was on stage at the Chautauqua Institution when he was suddenly attacked, video from the event shows. Read more ...

Disabled vehicles are causing delays along I-71/75 near Fort Wright

Disabled vehicles are causing delays along I-71/75 near Fort Wright

Traffic cameras are showing multiple vehicles off on the right shoulder of the interstate near Fort Wright, Friday morning. Read more ...

Grimes man who used 'spy camera' on underage girls sentenced to federal prison

Grimes man who used 'spy camera' on underage girls sentenced to federal prison

Police also found several videos of Duncan sitting in his car in Des Moines area parking lots while he recorded underage girls walking nearby who were not aware of his presence. Read more ...

Author Salman Rushdie attacked on lecture stage in New York

Author Salman Rushdie attacked on lecture stage in New York

Salman Rushdie's book "The Satanic Verses" has been banned in Iran since 1988, as many Muslims consider it to be blasphemous. Read more ...

It Was Less Affordable To Buy A Home In June Than It's Been In 33 Years

Housing affordability hit its worst level since 1989 in June, according to the National Association of Realtors' housing affordability index. Read more ...

Hundreds Of Americans Are Still Dying Of Covid Every Day-Higher Than At...

The CDC eased Covid curbs this week after saying vaccines and treatments had slashed the risk of serious Covid-19 for Americans. Read more ...

Hate the new Gmail redesign? Here's how to change it back to the original view

The old Gmail design hasn't gone away just yet. Jarretera/Shutterstock The Gmail redesign features new icons and a collapsible app toolbar. If you don't like the Gmail... Read more ...

American Consumers Feeling More Confident, Data Shows

The Index of Consumer Sentiment, compiled monthly by researchers at the University of Michigan, is down 21.6% since August 2021, but has risen 7% in the last month, according... Read more ...

Illegal pool with 60 tons of water discovered on rooftop in New York City

"Please don't try to build a rooftop swimming pool without first getting permits." There was a good reason New York City officials sent out this message to residents. Read more ...