The Los Angeles Dodgers and Boston Red Sox started Game 3 of the World Series in the year 400 BC, and sweet Jesus it’s still not over. (Update: Oh my god it’s finally done after 18 innings. Dodgers win 3-2.) Here’s a list of things you could have done in
Nationalism and patriotism aren’t the same thing, says the Rev. William J. Barber II of North Carolina.
This may sound odd, given that they’re the foundation for a multi-billion-dollar industry, but car manufacturers just love to play.
Final opinion polls show Bolsonaro, who’s been described as “Brazil’s Donald Trump,” edging out his leftist rival.
My dad is one of thousands who believe the government is subjecting them to mind control. As a daughter and a journalist, I felt a duty to investigate his claims. Have these individuals been America’s prophets all along?
San Jose is combating its litter problem by paying 25 homeless residents to pick up trash around the city’s “hotspots.”
This year, thousands of domestic and international rugby fans will descend on friendly and laid-back Sapporo, Japan, one of the 2019 World Cup host cities.
He “was attracted to Trump reaching out to these types of outsiders,” said his family’s lawyer.
A new AAA report finds that when cars with active safety features like automatic emergency braking do crash, they can cost thousands of dollars to fix.
Reaction to the Saturday morning shooting at a synagogue in Pittsburgh, where a man killed 11 people and wounded six in one of the deadliest attacks on Jews in U.S. history: “This evil Anti-Semitic attack is an assault on humanity.
High-earners spend smarter, argues Ramit Sethi, author of "I Will Teach You To Be Rich."
The AT&T/Time Warner merger has claimed another victim—a result that’s to be expected when we appoint technocrats as our cultural gatekeepers.