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Archive for January 2nd, 2018
The president has granted the blaze disaster status, making federal funds available to supplement recovery efforts in Santa Barbara and Ventura counties.
Thanks to the tax overhaul, buying a home will get more expensive in some places in 2018. That's because of new restrictions on how much mortgage interest and property taxes homeowners may deduct.
Get ready, Beyhive. The queen bee will headline the second night of the mega music festival, after pulling out of last year's extravaganza.
The cases, brought by the Beverly Hills Police Department, were presented last month. Police in New York and London are also investigating accusations against the movie mogul.
Officers were called to a Crate & Barrel store after reports that a man in the parking lot was holding a knife and throwing things.
While noting "a new day in law enforcement," the department says it's not planning to deploy additional officers to enforce new cannabis rules.
In late December, The New York Times published a report alleging multiple instances of sexual harassment at the edgy company. Now its president and chief digital officer have been placed on leave.
There were no fatalities on commercial passenger jets anywhere in the world in 2017, according to two groups that track airplane crash data. Air travel has grown steadily safer in the past decades.
"Just the last few years alone have seen some serious breakthroughs in Alzheimer's research," Joseph Jebelli says. His new book is "The Pursuit of Memory."
The longest serving Republican in the Senate says he will not seek an eighth term this fall. Former 2012 GOP presidential nominee Mitt Romney is said to be mulling a bid for the open seat.
The CHP says the birds blocked a portion of Interstate 605 in the Norwalk area Tuesday morning after their cage fell from the back of a truck.
Researchers found children fed formula with whole-milk proteins had no greater risk for developing Type 1 diabetes than those fed formula containing broken-down proteins.
As Americans try new ways to connect, the norms of dating are evolving. So how has online dating changed the connections we make?
In his letter to the board of the New York City Ballet, Peter Martins, 71, continued to deny he sexually harassed or abused members of the company. He had been on a leave of absence since last month.
Both chambers will consider increased protections for victims and people who report sexual misconduct, as well as their own policies for handling misconduct, and the Senate must decide how to handle one of its own, Tony Mendoza, who has refused to step down amid accusations of inappropriate behavior.
Kotb has subbed for Matt Lauer since the day he was fired over sexual misconduct charges. Her appointment bucks the trend of morning news shows to have male and female co-hosts.
There were no blog entries published on this date.
The battle against breast cancer is a long and hard journey, and one of the many issues women have to grapple with is whether to have reconstructive surgery after a mastectomy.
Tyler Barriss, a 25-year-old man in Los Angeles, was arrested over the weekend in connection to making a “swatting” call that resulted in the death of a man at his Kansas home.
The future of US immigration policies is up in the air as we begin 2018.
The X-Files?! Whatever. Here’s what science has to say about UFOs, aliens and other unexplained phenomena| January 02 2018, 8:53 AM
Theories about the paranormal have existed for centuries despite the lack of concrete scientific evidence.
Potential customers lurked, and a bagel truck took up roost an hour before the West Hollywood shop opened.
Walking into one of the new state-licensed shops isn't the only way to get legal weed. You can also have it delivered to your door -- in some areas.
Jolenta Greenberg and Kristen Meinzer followed the advice of different self-help books for several weeks. They broke down, fought with their spouses and more.
Music journalist Justino Aguila joins A Martinez to talk about the latest releases.
"Women have been paid in the past less than men. If past salary gets taken into account, then the employer could perpetuate that pay imbalance."
Wildfires have long been the norm in Southern Australia, where officials take the extra step to teach homeowners when to defend their houses and when to flee.