Heather Meador and Anna Herber-Downey use dating apps on the job — and their boss knows it.
Both are public health nurses employed by Linn County Public Health in eastern Iowa. They’ve learned that dating apps are the...Read more
In front of the Supreme Court justices on Dec. 5, 2022 was 303 Creative LLC v. Elenis – a major case regarding LGBTQ rights and free speech.
The petitioner, Colorado-based web designer Lorie Smith, is looking ...Read more
Actor Kirstie Alley has died of cancer, her family announced Monday evening.
Alley, 71, was battling cancer “only recently discovered,” according to a statement by her children, True and Lillie Parker.
“She was ...Read more
PHILADELPHIA — The federal government sought another delay in a yearslong legal battle to open a supervised injection site in Philadelphia on Monday, leaving unsettled whether a place for people in addiction to use drugs...Read more
CHICAGO — The five people found dead in a Buffalo Grove home Wednesday were likely killed in a murder-suicide carried out by Andrei Kisliak, police said Monday, as court records showed Kisliak growing more volatile and ...Read more
Indonesian lawmakers are forging ahead with plans to change the nation’s criminal code to effectively outlaw extramarital sex and increase penalties on women who have abortions as part of legislation that sparked violent...Read more
SACRAMENTO, Calif. — A group of striking University of California workers held a sit-in Monday at a downtown Sacramento building, where police officers surrounded them for a few hours before citing them for trespassing. ...Read more
LANSING, Mich. — The Michigan Board of State Canvassers allowed Monday recounts targeting two ballot proposals to go forward despite concerns the efforts amounted to a "fishing expedition" aimed at advancing unproven ...Read more
WASHINGTON — White House chief of staff Ron Klain said he expects that President Joe Biden will announce he’s running for reelection after the U.S. Christmas and New Year’s holidays.
“The president will make that ...Read more
A Justice Department memo urges prosecutors to push harder for restitution after complaints swirled that killers and sexual predators were ducking the bills while behind bars.
That includes Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar...Read more
Comcast, the largest U.S. cable and internet provider, is once again raising prices on its TV and internet services, a year after the Philadelphia-based company last hiked rates.
Starting Dec. 20, customers nationwide ...Read more
Renowned comic actress Kirstie Alley, who starred in “Cheers,” “Drop Dead Gorgeous” and “Look Who’s Talking,” died of cancer on Monday. She was 71.
The star’s children confirmed her death in an Instagram ...Read more
SAN DIEGO — There's a new outreach effort under way in the region's immigrant and refugee communities to encourage people to report crimes, and authorities say those who come forward will not face retribution because of ...Read more
NEW YORK — Accused subway shooter Frank James tried to play dumb and claim he was just another passenger on the train when officers and FBI agents questioned him after his arrest, according to a new court filing in the ...Read more
BOISE, Idaho — Three weeks after the four University of Idaho students were found stabbed to death in a house near campus, police still have not identified a suspect in the homicides and some victims’ family members ...Read more
WASHINGTON — The final version of the fiscal 2023 defense authorization bill is likely to rescind Defense Secretary Lloyd J. Austin III’s August 2021 memo ordering COVID-19 vaccines for most troops, a source familiar ...Read more
A Miami-based company accused of routing foreign-based robocalls into the United States is the target of a federal lawsuit by Florida Attorney General Ashley Moody seeking to stop the alleged operation.
Smartbiz Telecom ...Read more
RALEIGH, N.C. — After vandals damaged two electricity substations in Moore County with gunfire, the FBI joined state and county officials to investigate the “intentional” act that has left tens of thousands of homes ...Read more
LOS ANGELES — The man who shot Lady Gaga's dogwalker during an attempt to steal the animals pleaded no contest to a charge of attempted murder Monday and was immediately sentenced to 21 years in prison.
James Howard ...Read more
WASHINGTON — Roughly 2 million “Dreamers” would get a path to citizenship in exchange for stronger border security measures under a loose blueprint for an immigration deal circulating among Senate offices.
The ...Read more
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