Uber, Lyft and Others Propose Gig Work Measure in Massachusetts
Look out! A veteran fire spotter shares the view from her mountaintop perch
Even in bad fire years, there’s a rhythm to the days, writes Karen Reeves from her tower in Montana's Glacier National Park.
Over 6,700 Migrants Stopped Per Day at U.S. Border for Most of July, Data Shows
The number of unaccompanied children stopped by border patrol likely hit an all-time high based on preliminary numbers, according to a U.S. government official.
Biden Administration Digs in Heels on Controversial Title 42 Border Order
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention indefinitely extended a border order that has been the subject of fierce and ongoing criticism by immigration advocates.
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Longform Podcast Joins Vox
At Vox, the long-running podcast will continue interviewing A-list guests at the pinnacle of their careers, expanding its focus into non-fiction mediums beyond writing – podcasting and documentary film in particular.
UN condemns 'dangerous' claims of bias against aid workers in Tigray
Dysfunction Junction: To mask or not to mask?
SpaceX says Starlink has about 90,000 users as the internet service gains subscribers
NASA, Boeing Starliner launch to ISS delayed again
Pentagon on lockdown due to police activity
AG: Cuomo sexually harassed multiple women, broke state and federal law
Gov. Cuomo sexually harassed multiple women, probe finds
The Afghan Who Saved My Life May Make It Out. What About Everyone Else?
New York AG releases audio of Gov. Cuomo singing 'Do You Love Me' to advisor Charlotte Bennett as part of damning sexual harassment report
‘He’s Dead. He’s Down’: N.J. Authorities Release Video of Police Fatally Shooting Man Who Was Allegedly Armed with a Glock on July 4
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New York City will require vaccines for entry to restaurants and gyms
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These back to school TikTok hacks will help with lunches, dorm organization and more
Mary Trump calls out Meghan McCain’s ‘entitlement’ as Twitter feud escalates