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05/24/22 10:25 AM
Marking the end of an era, New York City on Monday removed the last of its storied payphone booths, which have fallen victim to the ubiquity of free Wi-fi and cell phones in recent years.
05/24/22 12:36 PM
Leaders of the Quad grouping of countries, including Indian PM Narendra Modi, shared concerns over the situation in Ukraine at their meeting in Tokyo, Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida said on...
05/24/22 12:52 PM
In the middle of Chile's Atacama desert, the driest in the world, Hector Espindola has an unexpected job: he runs a vineyard.
Top US News
05/23/22 9:56 PM
Geraldine Talley's family remembers her as someone who was open, honest and brave. Through poetry, her brother-in-law Brian has found a way to grieve and share more about what she meant to him. He plans to read the poem on Friday at her funeral.
05/17/22 6:05 PM
California Atty. Gen. Rob Bonta has cracked down on cities he says are violating state laws that encourage more housing development.
05/22/22 12:00 PM
Overdoses claimed some 107,000 lives last year in the U.S. Public health advocates, researchers and activists want to help people find out what is in their drugs.
Latest Sports News
05/24/22 1:56 AM
The Florida Panthers became the first Presidents' Trophy winners to be swept from a playoff series since the 2019 Tampa Bay Lightning were ousted by Columbus in the first round.
04/11/22 3:49 PM
Despite shooting 6-over his final two rounds, Tiger Woods making the cut and playing all 72 holes was the bigger story after the Masters. Skip Bayless shares his thoughts on Tiger's performance.
07/20/20 1:18 PM
The biggest prize in the world of soccer won't be awarded this year, due to the conditions created by the COVID pandemic.