Massive Recall Issued On Popular Water Bottles

Nearly 6 million water bottles have been recalled because its clear silicone spout can detach, posing a choking hazard.

Why These Oreos Will Cost You $4,000

Oreo cookies are great and all, but would you pay $4,000 for a package of them?

Consumer Reports Reveals Top 10 Vehicles Of 2020

Consumer Reports has driven the best, safest and coolest new cars on the market.

Another Struggling Retail Giant Gets Sold Off

The lingerie brand is being sold by its owner in a $525 million deal.

Entertainment Industry Mourns The Death Of…

Just 2 months after a magnificent comeback appearance, the longtime star died in her sleep at her home in Glendale, CA.

McConnell-linked group funds ads helping N…

A political committee linked to Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell says it's funding ads designed to meddle in next month's North Carolina Democratic Senate primary

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Report: New White House Personnel Head McEntee…

Axios reported that John McEntee wants to target "Never Trumpers."

New Windows Update Has Troubling Consequences For…

Microsoft's has acknowledged that their most recent security update is causing problems for owners.

USC to Offer Free Tuition to Students From…

USC to Offer Free Tuition to Students From Families Who Make Under $80,000 The University of Southern California announced it will soon phase in free tuition for select students. USC President Carol L. Folt announced that students from families that earn less than $80,000 annually will be eligible for free tuition. Home ownership will not be used to determine a student's financial need. The changes will reportedly be implemented with first-year students in the fall of 2020 and the spring of 2021. Once the policy is in full effect, it is estimated that around 4,000 students will be affected by the change in tuition costs. According to Folt's statement, the move will increase USC's undergraduate aid by more than $30 million annually.

Any Show. Any Screen. Anywhere.

EXP from Armstrong brings you television, broadband wireless Internet, and endless entertainment. The new interface powered by TiVo makes it easy to find the content you want and so much more!

Pompeo: This Deal May End 20 Years of Conflict

A seven-day "reduction in violence" begins Friday in Afghanistan between US troops and the Taliban, a move the BBC notes is meant to lead to a more permanent ceasefire. "After decades of conflict, we have come to an understanding with the Taliban," Secretary of State Mike Pompeo tweeted . "This is...

Nissan To Delay Restart Of China Plants

Nissan Motor Co. will delay the restart of two of its plants in China. Both plants are near the epicenter of the coronavirus outbreak. According to Nissan, the closures are in compliance with local government directives. Many plants in China remain shuttered due to the spreading virus. Nissan has reduced output at some of its plants in Japan due to issues with procuring components. Nissan said that there has been no impact on its other global plants.

Illinois Bill Could Halt Religious Exemptions For…

Public health officials say it will help prevent outbreaks of diseases like measles.

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Springlike warmup to take over Northeast

It will be a great weekend to head outdoors as temperatures surge to 10-15 degrees above normal in much of the Northeast.

The Fittest

Trailer for 'The Fittest' starring Heber Cannon, Mat Fraser, Marston Sawyers, Annie Mist Thorisdottir, Katrin Davidsdottir

Treasures Abound on Canada's Legendary Wreck

When the flagship of a doomed 1845 expedition to find the Northwest Passage was discovered in Canada's Arctic in 2014, experts could hardly contain their glee at the thought of the artifacts lying in wait. They weren't disappointed. Some 350 items, including a 170-year-old wax seal boasting a fingerprint and...

Coverage of track coach's ban wins AP story of…

AP national writer Eddie Pells won two awards in the annual sports journalism contest judged by the Associated Press Sports Editors

Trump Blames Democrats' 'Misinformation Campaign…

President Trump slammed Democrats.

13 Ways to Pamper Your Pet (Love Your Pet Day)

13 Ways to Pamper Your Pet Show your furry friends a little TLC with these 13 ways to spoil your pet. 1. Make Homemade Treats: You can bake them or find high-quality treats at the pet store. 2. Schedule a Spa Day: A good grooming can leave your furry friend looking and feeling amazing. 3. Plan a Luxury Vacation: Instead of leaving them at home, send them to a pet resort when you have to go on a trip. 4. Spring for Doggie Daycare: Daycare is a great way for your pet to play, train and go on walks. 5. Get a Dog Walker: While you’re working, a dog walker can help your pet get exercise and companionship. 6. Schedule Regular Checkups: Keep your pet healthy and happy with annual visits to the vet. 7. Go for Glamour Shots: Spoil your pet with attention through a photoshoot. 8. Build a Backyard Paradise: Your pet will love having a space of their own to roam free. 9. Get a Cozy Bed: Let your pet sleep in style with a bed that makes napping even better. 10. Schedule a Soothing Massage: A massage is the perfect way to help your pet relax. 11. Plan Activities: Try planning an afternoon each week where you do what your pet loves. 12. Give Lots of Praise and Petting: Show your pets you care and praise them for good behavior. 13. Make Time for One-on-One Play Time: There is no better way to pamper your pet than with the attention they love and crave.

USC Makes a 'High-Octane' Tuition Move

In what the Los Angeles Times calls a "high-octane" effort to open its doors to more middle- and low-income students, the University of South California announced a major initiative Thursday that will get rid of tuition for families earning $80,000 a year or less, starting with new students entering...

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Banned Baby Names From Around The World

People generally have strong opinions about a baby's name. A lot of governments do, too. The U.S doesn't get too involved when it comes to baby-naming regulations, but other countries are much stricter. In places like Italy, France, Malaysia, and New Zealand, the government has the right to reject the parent's choices. HuffPost reports that proud parents in Germany were heartbroken in 2017 when their baby couldn't be name Lucifer. In 2015, a court in Valenciennes, France, ruled that a couple could not name their daughter Nutella. A 2014 law in the Mexican state of Sonora forbade one set of parents from naming their son Robocop. Another choice from the Mexican state of Sonora’s forbidden names list was Facebook. Twitter, Yahoo and Email.

Chicago Program Proven To Cut Youth Arrests Years…

The UChicago Crime Lab told Newsy this program not only increases school attendance and decreases misconduct, but it also has lasting effects.