Q. I'm looking for a TV or monitor with good old picture-in-picture, and I am having no luck. It will replace my current 37-inch Vizio and I want to buy something in the 45-55 inch range. I don't use the tuner and just ...Read more
The fake school bells on the set of his new show send Tyler James Williams back to elementary school in Yonkers. This time, though, he’s on the other side of the desk.
Williams, the son of a former NYPD sergeant, stars ...Read more
LOS ANGELES — In July, the Long Beach singer Giveon played to tens of thousands at Lollapalooza in Chicago, the first festival of his short but ambitious R&B career.
"I really wasn't sure how it would go," said the ...Read more
DETROIT — Three news outlets and the Michigan Press Association filed suit Tuesday in the Michigan Supreme Court to force Michigan's Independent Citizens Redistricting Commission to release records they say should be ...Read more
The Washington National Cathedral will host the funeral of Bob Dole on Friday, part of a week marking the legacy of the late Kansas senator.
The formal tribute to Dole begins Thursday, when he will lie in state in the ...Read more
NEW YORK — The NYPD has taken 2,000 body cameras out of circulation after one worn by a Manhattan cop “ignited,” police confirmed Tuesday.
The department yanked all of its Axon AB2 cameras for inspection after a cop...Read more
ANCHORAGE, Alaska — A new milestone has been reached in the creeping militarization of space.
A ceremony at the Clear Space Force Base (formerly Clear Air Force Station) south of Fairbanks celebrated the end of ...Read more
LOS ANGELES — Members of a violent kidnap-for-ransom ring based in Tijuana were indicted Tuesday by a federal grand jury after they were accused of abducting nine people and killing six of them, including three U.S. ...Read more
WASHINGTON — President Biden warned Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin during a videoconference Tuesday that invading Ukraine would result in stiff economic sanctions from the U.S. and several European allies.
The ...Read more
NEW YORK — “You’ve got a great body for Mr. Epstein and his friends,” Ghislaine Maxwell told one of the financier’s accusers when she was an underage teen, the woman testified Tuesday.
The woman, now in her 30s ...Read more
After Theranos founder Elizabeth Holmes’ emotional turns on the witness stand last week, the prosecution on Tuesday worked to turn the proceedings back to the most damning evidence against her.
Prosecutor Robert Leach, ...Read more
WASHINGTON — The Senate on Tuesday evening confirmed Chris Magnus to head U.S. Customs and Border Protection, the Homeland Security law enforcement agency dealing with a record number of migrant crossings at the southern...Read more
WASHINGTON — The House passed legislation Tuesday that would limit Senate debate on a separate debt ceiling increase bill to 10 hours, creating a temporary loophole in that chamber’s 60-vote legislative filibuster ...Read more
NEW YORK — Ghislaine Maxwell groped a 14-year-old girl’s bare breast and declared the teen “had a great body for Mr. Epstein,” a Manhattan jury heard Tuesday.
The third accuser to take the stand against Maxwell �...Read more
WASHINGTON — The House and Senate Armed Services committees released a compromise version of the annual defense policy bill Tuesday that would authorize $768.1 billion in defense spending.
After the Senate was unable to...Read more
COLUMBIA, S.C. — Lawyers for Alex Murdaugh’s late housekeeper have filed a lawsuit against Bank of America, alleging the bank allowed Murdaugh to set up and use a bank account to launder millions in stolen money.
SAN DIEGO — Tuesday's annual Pearl Harbor ceremony aboard the USS Midway Museum on San Diego's Embarcadero included a "missing man" flyover by vintage planes that felt especially poignant.
For the first time in the ...Read more
BALTIMORE — Trying to outrun murder charges in Baltimore, Valeria Smith and her father barreled toward Mexico, stopping only to change clothes, grab a bite or buy a diary so she could record her thoughts.
“Today is ...Read more
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — Attorney General Eric Schmitt issued a legal threat to school districts and local health agencies on Tuesday, demanding they scrap COVID-19 health orders following a judge’s ruling last month.
WASHINGTON — President Joe Biden’s Supreme Court study commission bought him a year of cover from progressive calls to expand the court.
Now Biden’s time is up, the court is considering a rollback on abortion and a...Read more
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