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Science & Technology | Tech

The Best Drones for Every Budget

Whether you want to battle Star Wars spaceships or shoot a cinematic masterpiece, one of these picks is going to be perfect for you.

Politics | Politics

Justice Thomas Calls for End to Legislating from the Bench

Does the Dobbs v. Jackson decision herald the end of the era of the Supreme Court legislating from the bench? Justice Clarence Thomas hopes so; so should we.

Humor | Humor

Republican Senator’s Mistress Too Busy Getting Abortion to Celebrate Big Win with Him

WASHINGTON – The much-younger girlfriend of a prominent Republican Senator is disappointed that she will be too busy having an abortion today to join the…

Sports | Cycling

Women take a knee at US Pro Road Nationals after Roe vs. Wade overturned

Over half the field kneeled in a gesture of solidarity before the elite women's criterium race.

Miscellaneous | Miscellaneous

What's the Best Way to Get Grease Stains Out of Clothes? | America's Test Kitchen

There's nothing worse than a grease stain on your favorite shirt. Read on for three essential steps for removing these stains.

Pets & Animals | Animal Rescue Stories

How South Carolina Firefighters Rescued 8 Puppies From a Burning Building

They were underneath a burning storage shed, but two of them have already been adopted just a few days later.

News | News

View reactions to the Roe v. Wade decision across the U.S.

Reactions to the Supreme Court's decision to overturn the constitutional right to an abortion were mixed across the country.

History | History

This US Navy pilot was the real-life Maverick of the Korean War

The existence of the improbable dogfight remained classified for decades, yet the details of what happened are the stuff of legends.

Travel | Travel

9 Unique Experiences At JFK’s Incredible TWA Hotel

With vintage touches, '60s music playing throughout, and some historic decadence, the TWA Hotel is a staple of JFK International.

Science & Technology | Tech News

Lockheed Martin lifts lid on Top Gun's Darkstar hypersonic jet concept

Lauded for its compelling action sequences and exhilarating portrayal of next-gen aerial dogfighting, Top Gun: Maverick has quickly become a monumental success at the box office. But the producers couldn't have done it without leveraging the expertis

Recipes | Recipes

Peruvian Grilled Chicken Salad - Closet Cooking

A fresh salad with Peruvian grilled chicken and crunchy veggies a in a tasty aji verde dressing!

News | In The News

Paddleboard Duo Rescues Swimmer Attacked By Great White Shark Off California Beach

“The shark bite was unlucky. But after that I ... had so much good luck," the survivor said after his horrifying encounter.

Visual Arts | Photography

Thomas Hoepker Looks Back at Six Decades of Photojournalism — Blind Magazine

The Magnum Photos member revisits his storied career in a new exhibition and monograph.

Recipes | Delicious Recipes!

The Perfect Buttermilk Biscuits Require Just Three Ingredients and Less Than an Hour to Make

Instructions for making biscuits can be complicated, but this three-ingredient, five-step recipe is hard to get wrong.

Recipes | Recipes

S'mores Bars with Marshmallow Meringue Recipe - Cheryl Day, Griffith Day | Food & Wine

This best-ever s'mores bar recipe has three amazing layers. Get the recipe from Food & Wine.

News | News

Supreme Court overturns Roe v. Wade; states can ban abortion

WASHINGTON (AP) — The Supreme Court has ended constitutional protections for abortion that had been in place nearly 50 years in a decision by its conservative majority to overturn Roe v.

Recipes | Recipes

Chicken Katsu Recipe - Roy Choi | Food & Wine

Chicken katsu, fried chicken cutlets, are an obsession for chef Roy Choi of Kogi BBQ in Los Angeles. The simple recipe is made with only five ingredients.

Politics | Politics

Supreme Court overturns Roe v. Wade in landmark opinion

The Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade Friday, with their ruling in Dobbs v. Jackson Women's Health Organization effectively ending recognition of a constitutional right to abortion.

Sports | Cycling

Create true multimodal networks for vibrant cities, Griffith Park Drive closes to cars next week, and ticketing speeding bicyclists - BikinginLA

...says the secret to creating vibrant US cities — and meeting US climate goals — is to invest in true multimodal transportation.

Politics | Opinion

Victor Davis Hanson: Why the Left Will Cut Biden Loose

Republican pundits and conservative activists are debating whether they can win in 2024 with the successful Trump agenda, but without the controversial Donald…

News | NEWS

Netflix Lays Off Hundreds More Amid Major Subscription Losses

Netflix made another major cut to its staff Thursday, laying off 300 employees as the streaming company reels from hundreds of thousands of lost subscriptions.

Music | Music

‘Get Back’: How Giles Martin Distilled the Beatles Musical Mojo

Giles Martin tells IndieWire how machine learning software helped him extract the power and energy of The Beatles' performances.

Miscellaneous | Disneyland History

Disneyland in 1968 Through Fascinating Color Photos

Disneyland is an amusement park in Anaheim, California, which opened in 1955. It is the only one designed and built under the direct supervi...

Science & Technology | Science

Astronomers are detecting exoplanets using a technique predicted by Einstein

Microlensing works when light from a background star is bent around the mass of an exoplanet, making the background star brighter for a short time.

    Politics | Biden Administration/Congress

    ‘The Jewish Factor, It’s Money’: Biden Ambassador Pick Under Fire for Anti-Semitic Tirade

    The Biden administration’s nominee to serve as the U.S. ambassador to Brazil spoke at length about the influence of Jewish money in politics, claiming the “Jewish lobby” exerts undue influence over the Democratic Party with its “major money.”

    Politics | POLITICS

    Feds Who Enforce COVID Shot Mandates Exempt Themselves From COVID Shot Mandates

    "If you don't want to have to take a vaccine, just get a job enforcing the vaccine mandate," says former Trump Administration official Brian Harrison.

    Science & Technology | Science & Space

    A huge comet will fly by Earth in July and you might see it

    A comet first spotted in the distance in 2017 might finally be within view soon of amateur astronomers.

    Sports | Cycling

    After 3-Year-Old Killed In Uptown, North Side Alderperson Wants City To Tow Cars Blocking Bike Lanes

    "With all the people who have been in accidents over the past month, especially on the North Side, we need to do the right thing and keep our neighbors safe,” Ald. Andre Vasquez said.

    Recipes | Recipes

    Brisket Grilled Cheese - Miss in the Kitchen

    Brisket Grilled Cheese is an epic sandwich to make for lunch or dinner that is satisfying and delicious. Perfect for leftover smoked brisket

    Politics | POLITICS

    J6 Committee Focuses On Fraud Claims, Ignores Tactics Used To Rig 2020 Election

    Stealing an election by fraud is not the only way to rig an outcome. Elections are rigged when systemic violations of election law occur.


    In the US, some fading Reform and Conservative synagogues go Orthodox to stay afloat

    Chabad Hasidic outreach programs reverse decline and bring growth to congregations through a host of programming designed to foster a more traditional community

    News | Antisemitism Watch

    Britain: Jewish social workers left 'scared' over colleagues response to antisemitism

    EXCLUSIVE Dr Paul Shuttleworth, from UK Jewish Social Worker Group, says:'It's uncomfortable being a Jewish social worker .. non-Jews are deciding whether we are allowed to define antisemitism'

    Politics | Opinion

    Israel Is the Least-Stolen Land

    To the Editor: In "'Native Land Acknowledgments' Are the Latest Woke Ritual" (op-ed, June 11), Eugene Kontorovich elegantly ridicules the budding leftist requirement that public statements be prefaced by a ceremonial nod to the peoples who once inhabited