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HBO Max cuts dozens of titles in a cost-cutting move before a merger with Discovery+

Friday, August 19, 2022

HBO Max is pulling 36 titles from its streaming platform this week. The move isn't a kid-friendly one, with the service dumping several animated shows such as Infinity Train and Summer Camp Island.


Salman Rushdie remains in critical condition, his son says

Sunday, August 14, 2022

The author is recovering, but it will be a long process, those close to him say. His injuries include a damaged liver and severed nerves in an arm and an eye.


Tommy Lee's nude photo sparks backlash over double-standard social media censorship

Friday, August 12, 2022

The rock star's graphic photo stayed up for hours before it was removed. Critics say nude content posted by women, transgender and nonbinary users, however, faces quicker and more punitive measures.


A London museum agrees to return more than 70 pieces of looted Nigerian art

Sunday, August 07, 2022

The Horniman Museum promised to repatriate a trove of artifacts, which include objects known as Benin bronzes, looted from West Africa during a British military invasion in 1897.


After a police officer sent a racist text, a town dissolved its police department

Sunday, August 07, 2022

After officials in Vincent, Ala., fired the police chief and assistant chief, the city council voted to end the department entirely. But the mayor says it's only a temporary measure.


4 current and former officers federally charged in raid that killed Breonna Taylor

Thursday, August 04, 2022

The charges announced by Attorney General Merrit Garland on Thursday include civil rights violations, conspiracy, use of excessive force offenses and obstruction.


Music Midtown pulls the plug over Georgia's gun laws, highlighting a legal gray area

Monday, August 01, 2022

The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports that Music Midtown canceled the annual festival at Piedmont Park because of legal concerns over the organizers' ability to ban guns during the two-day event.


What is a recession? Wikipedia can't decide

Friday, July 29, 2022

An editing battle over its "recession" entry prompted Wikipedia to put a temporarily lock on revisions to prevent new users from repeatedly changing the definitions of recession.


These are the 4 key takeaways from the Uvalde shooting investigation report

Monday, July 18, 2022

The investigative committee found law enforcement's response to the massacre involved little coordination and no leadership. School faculty, meanwhile, failed to uphold existing safeguards.


The Parkland school shooter faces the death penalty as his trial begins

Sunday, July 17, 2022

Opening statements begin on Monday. A jury faces two options to punish the person responsible for killing 17 people in 2018: life in prison or the death penalty.


Wordle is about to become a board game. Can it compete with the classic?

Friday, July 15, 2022

Hasbro has partnered with the New York Times Co. to make a party game inspired by the hit digital puzzle. The ability to easily share your results on social media was part of the original game's draw.


As states ban abortion, the Texas bounty law offers a way to survive legal challenges

Monday, July 11, 2022

States can now enforce laws that criminalize abortion. But a Texas law that outsources enforcement to civilians could have legal immunity that other laws don't, pushing more states to follow suit.


The Coast Guard rescued 9 boaters who fled a sinking vessel off the Florida coast

Sunday, July 10, 2022

Less than 10 minutes after getting a mayday call from the 50-foot recreational vessel, the Coast Guard arrived on the scene to recover all passengers without injury, officials said.


The Akron police shooting renews questions about officer training

Monday, July 04, 2022

The sheer number of bullets fired by as many as eight officers has prompted renewed questions from politicians and activists who are criticizing what they view as excessive use of force by police.


A scheduling glitch temporarily canceled thousands of American Airlines flights

Saturday, July 02, 2022

After a technical issue in the company's scheduling system reportedly dropped thousands of flights planned for this month, American Airlines said "the vast majority" of the trips had been restored.


Far right groups shift focus to LBGTQ events. Their hateful aim hasn't changed

Monday, June 20, 2022

As anti-LGBTQ narratives ramp up in the mainstream, far-right groups Patriot Front and Proud Boys have used the moment to target Pride events. But their goal remains the same, extremism trackers say.


Matthew Fitzpatrick wins the U.S. Open

Sunday, June 19, 2022

Fitzpatrick just barely outplayed Will Zalatoris to win his first major golf tournament, winning by one stroke in Massachusetts on Sunday.


Uvalde officials are using a legal loophole to block the release of shooting records

Saturday, June 18, 2022

After 19 children were killed at a Texas elementary, law enforcement officials have given little information. They're now using the "dead suspect loophole" to prevent the public release of records.


It's not just you: Tampons are harder to find — and pricier

Sunday, June 12, 2022

Many women say store shelves that once had the menstrual essentials have been sparse for months. When they are available, tampons have been a lot more expensive recently, due in part to inflation.


This is how handguns and assault weapons affect the human body

Monday, June 06, 2022

The effect of assault weapons is much greater in children, as the surface area of their organs and arteries are smaller, said Dr. Joseph Sakran, a trauma surgeon at Johns Hopkins Hospital.