With fresh or hard cider on hand, you have the makings of all sorts of drinks.
Drive-in horror film screenings and fright-night experiences are popping up around the country for a pandemic-safe holiday.
With fears of a “twindemic” in the United States this fall, here’s a guide to understanding what’s making you feel terrible.
An educated citizenry is vital for the Republic’s survival. These podcasts offer a good place to start.
Conflicting accounts of the president’s condition underline the fact that the public does not have a definitive answer about the president’s health.
In some families buckling under the caregiving burden, the lower wage earner is leaving the workforce. Usually that’s the wife.
Robby Albarado was called in late to ride Swiss Skydiver, who became the sixth filly to win the race and the first to do so since 2009.
A campaign whose fund-raising, events and messaging have all been driven by President Trump says it will stay the course while he’s off the campaign trail.
Outside experts pointed to the therapies as signs that the president’s health may not be as good as his doctors said. His age, weight and gender put him at high risk.
Covid-19 is rippling through the country. The economy is reeling. But for many Indians, an actor’s death and the investigation that followed are a bigger story.
Dr. Conley, who was appointed as President Trump’s physician in 2018, specializes in osteopathic medicine.
Gov. Kay Ivey offered to have state officials meet with lawyers for a maimed survivor of an infamous racist attack in Birmingham to discuss restitution for an “egregious injustice.”
The race, won by a filly for the first time since 2009, wrapped up a Triple Crown season that was upended and reordered by the pandemic.
The Senate race in North Carolina was engulfed in chaos after the incumbent tested positive for coronavirus and his challenger admitted to exchanging romantic texts with a woman who is not his wife.
No patients were affected, but the incident was another reminder of the risks in the increasingly common assaults on computer networks.
The infection of President Trump and some of his top associates makes clear that the country is still in the throes of the pandemic.
"To be clear, Facebook is removing death threats or content targeted directly at the president that wishes him death, including comments on his posts or his page - in addition to content tagging him," a Facebook spokesperson tweeted.
Senator Mitch McConnell postponed the Senate’s return for two weeks but said lawmakers would continue confirmation hearings as planned.
Communities should have the power to fire abusive officers. But that power often rests with an obscure group of unelected labor arbitrators.
Doctors refused to provide critical details and left open the impression that the president was known to be sick a day earlier than previously reported.