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Heading into the fall and winter, there are clear signs of a third resurgence bearing a close resemblance to what we saw in early June.
It got Jessica through nursing school. For Tino, it made writing assignments a cinch. What is it about the often ridiculed font that makes it surprisingly easy to read?
"Bake Off" is back! But what we didn't know was that it would be part baking show, part horror flick.
Aside from Marjorie Taylor Greene, the anons are likely to lose, but those losses are unlikely to spell the end of Q's influence over the Republican Party.
Two years ago, a team of Italian scientists claimed to have discovered a subglacial lake near the Martian south pole. The same team has collected further evidence to bolster this claim.
YouTuber Medlife Crisis used the CardioEx cardiology simulator to demonstrate techniques he uses to unblock artieries.
The Order of Nine Angles has been linked to crimes across the globe, including a recent murder. Experts say the group has few followers, but an outsized violent reach.
The fourth season's grandstanding about what America means is worthy of the eye rolls it's bound to get, but it never fails to entertain
Many experts are convinced that fast and easy screening can stop the virus. But that theory fails to account for the messiness of real life.
He's got a lot of enthusiasm, we'll give him, but he just needs to be pointed in the right direction.
There are understandable tendencies to regard today's political chatter about the middle class as mere boilerplate, or as describing a vessel into which liberal and even socialist ideas may be poured as easily as reactionary ones.
Having obtained more than 20 years' worth of the president's tax information, the New York Times published on Sunday a bombshell report revealing persistent losses and decades of tax avoidance. Here are the key facts and figures from the report.
When people think OnlyFans, they think of women sellers and male buyers. But I spoke to the men posting shots of themselves and the women who buy what they're selling in order to explore this niche of the site.
Chadwick Boseman's death shed light on the spiking rates of early onset colon cancer. But the terrifying reality remains that our healthcare system is not set up to catch these cases when they're actually curable.
It's hard to fathom just how ridiculously rich the world's wealthiest man is — so here's a visualization that attempts to put Bezo's wealth into perspective.
Regardless of whether or not the shark in the water is actually a basking shark, a plankton-eating shark species unlikely to harm humans, this still seems like a bad idea.
The 2020 Fall Foliage Map is the ultimate visual planning guide to the annual progressive changing of the leaves.
Back then, New York looked completely different than it does today: the World Trade Center was still standing, the cars were big and square and the gentrification of Brooklyn had not yet begun.
King Rama X turned his royal consorts into a militarized force and fled the country for Germany. But in the midst of a pandemic and intensifying unrest at home, how long can pleasure win out?
When the real estate agent heard that the house was "wallpapered in beer cans," she didn't realize how literal that description would be.
Since the pandemic officially began in March, we've been told staying home is the best way to avoid catching COVID-19. And it is. But life in confinement can cause physical ailments on its own.
A roundup of the most interesting, thought-provoking and surprising questions that our favorite columnists addressed in recent days.
Christian Drosten helped spare his country from the worst of Covid. Now he's worried about the second wave.
Government officials have increasingly sounded alarms on the risks of foreign interference and disinformation campaigns leading up to — and after — November 3.
The e-commerce giant had struggled to gain a foothold in a society that prefers to shop in person, with cash, but now Italians are hooked on online shopping.
"The trailer was way too top-heavy with a hummer on the top and the driver took the bypass going to[o] fast."
While zombie movies are exercises in imagination, eco-apocalypse films get at a reality that's all too possible.
With ATM shutting down and customers embracing contactless, the elderly are left shielding and searching for notes.
Newton's first law dictates that every object will remain in uniform motion unless it's compelled to change its state by the action of an external force.
It seems like cancer would be the leading cause just going off general news. This is certainly true up to a certain age, but get past that and your heart can only keep going for so long.
Private investigators have been touted as an antidote to corruption and a force for transparency. But they've also become another weapon in the hands of corporate interests.
"The Supreme Court is about to lurch to the right for the foreseeable future, and if things seem hopeless right now, it's because, to be completely honest, they basically are."
President Donald Trump's former campaign manager Brad Parscale was hospitalized Sunday following reports of a suicide attempt at his Florida home.
Brent Underwood moved to the abandoned mining town of Cerro Gordo in March because of the pandemic, but he's since made Cerro Gordo his home.
For much of World War I, the weather across Europe was unrelentingly foul. The reason for these conditions may be a rare climate anomaly that persisted for six years.
Want some Cajun flavor in your weeknight meals? This "Slap Ya Mama" seasoning comes highly-rated with thousands of reviews.
Watch breathtaking footage, including POV shots, from YouTuber BNT as he scales one of the French capital's tallest buildings.
Lars Ulrich runs though his take on Metallica's most underrated, S&M2 and what makes a good rock drummer.
Sounds in the air can only travel a certain distance, but here's why sounds travel much further in the ocean.
The Times obtained Donald Trump's tax information extending over more than two decades, revealing struggling properties, vast write-offs, an audit battle and hundreds of millions in debt coming due.
What better way to honor the notoriously obsessive director than by obsessively organizing all of his movies, music videos and commercials?
For each clever and stylish cloth mask you buy, the folks at Teepublic will donate a medical-grade mask to Direct Relief. And since each sale also benefits an independent artist, you're doing a lot of good here.
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