3549 results total, viewing 1 - 20
Canada is dealing with a series of intense wildfires that have spread from the western provinces to Quebec, with hundreds of forest fires burning. Wind has carried smoke from the fires southward, … more
Anderson Herald Bulletin. June 5, 2023. Editorial: HIPAA rules confuse Hoosiers Recent cases in Indiana have revealed the inconsistent and hard-to-decipher rules protecting patient records … more
Former Indiana Attorney General Curtis Hill is considering whether to join the 2024 Republican governor’s race, nearly three years after his reelection bid was derailed by allegations that … more
Mexico has lowered the alert level on the Popocatepetl volcano after more than two weeks of its eruptions of gas and ash had drawn the attention of those living in its shadow and people around the … more

It took nearly five years and a crew of a thousand, but the second chapter of Christopher Miller and Phil Lord’s “Spider-Verse” film series has arrived. In “Spider-Man: Across the … more
Bluesky is the internet’s hottest members-only spot at the moment. It feels a bit like an exclusive club these days, populated by some Very Online folks, popular Twitter characters and fed up … more
A northern Indiana abortion clinic has announced it will close nearly a year after the state approved a ban on the practice, with “unnecessary” and “politically driven” restrictions on … more
Merck is suing the federal government over a plan to negotiate Medicare drug prices, calling the program a sham equivalent to extortion. The drugmaker is seeking to halt the program, which was laid … more
The Biden administration is weighing in on the controversy over Pink Floyd co-founder Roger Waters and his recent performances in Germany that have been deemed antisemitic by some. The State … more

A federal magistrate has ruled to make public the names of the cosigners on indicted Rep. George Santos’ $500,000 release bond, but said she’ll keep them secret for now to give his lawyer time to … more
It's rare enough to see a senior British royal testifying in a court of law. What Prince Harry said in the witness box at Britain’s High Court and in his written witness statement was just as … more
World War II veteran Jake Larson survived D-Day on Omaha Beach. Now he's a TikTok star. The 100-year-old American is best known on social media under the name “Papa Jake” He enjoyed giving hugs … more
Authorities in Haiti say that three people have been killed when a 4.9 magnitude earthquake struck the south of the country. Several other people have been injured. The U.S. Geological Survey said … more
PARIS (AP) — Aryna Sabalenka smacked a forehand winner to reach the French Open semifinals for the first time, then strode forward. Placing both hands atop the net tape, she leaned forward and … more

Astrud Gilberto, the Brazilian singer, songwriter and entertainer whose off-hand, English-language cameo on “The Girl from Ipanema” made her a worldwide voice of bossa nova, has died at age 83. … more
A U.S. Supreme Court decision a decade ago that tossed out the heart of the Voting Rights Act continues to reverberate across the country. Republican-led states continue to pass voting restrictions … more
Foo Fighters, Fall Out Boy, Kelly Clarkson, Kane Brown and Lil Wayne are among the headliners this fall at the 2023 iHeartRadio Music Festival in Las Vegas, which will be broadcast live throughout … more
June in the garden is the time to pick strawberries. And roses. And something not as common — rhubarb. Growing rhubarb in the garden is worthwhile, although it requires patience. Rhubarb is a … more

Apple has a long history of designing products that aren’t the first to be introduced in a particular category but still redefine the market. With the company unveiling a headset equipped with … more
1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 178 | Next »
Currently viewing stories posted within the past 6 months.
For all older stories, please use our advanced search.