The city of Louisville, Ky., will pay $12 million to the estate of Breonna Taylor, a Black woman killed by police during a raid on her apartment, as part of a legal settlement with her family.
In its first virtual-only product reveal, Apple showed off a new smartwatch that has an ability to measure blood oxygen as well as updated iPads, with the latest iPhone unveiling anticipated next month.
The company suddenly removes an interview with Trump’s virus adviser.
The Jewish state has become too valuable to the Arab world to be treated as a pariah.
The mansion was where the King or Rock ‘n’ Roll lived with his young wife, Priscilla, and baby daughter Lisa Marie
Older users are a valuable and often overlooked demographic for e-commerce, payments, grocery delivery, and telemedicine
Ground pecans form the coating on this oven-baked fish.
Large producers and upstarts alike are using technology and ingenuity to reimagine the state’s whiskey
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Scientific American, considered to be the longest continuously published magazine in the U.S. and boasting articles by more than 150 Nobel Prize winners, has…
Oil futures ended higher on Tuesday, finding support as Hurricane Sally approached the northern U.S. Gulf Coast, disrupting production of both oil and…
The 19-minute mixed reality artwork will be auctioned at Christie’s, with an estimate of £600,000
Early estimate comes as some 40,000 wildfires, mostly concentrated on the West Coast, have burned more 4.7 million acres.
Review | the Key to a More Tranquil Mind? One Author Argues It’s All About Revisiting Books From the Past.www.washingtonpost.com -
In “Breaking Bread With the Dead,” Alan Jacobs argues we should “sift the past for its wisdom and its wickedness, its perception and its foolishness.”
“Likes” examines modern reality through a fairy-tale lens.