Parents sold their home to travel the UK in a caravan
QuickTake on iPhone: What the iOS 15 feature can do and how to use it
QuickTake has been around since iOS 13, but it's recently gotten a new zoom feature. Here's what you need to know.
Letters to the Editor: No, California isn't trying to put swordfish fishermen out of business
Sen. Dianne Feinstein says California's program paying driftnet users to switch to methods that ensnare fewer non-swordfish protected species helps fisherman and the ocean.
An Indiana police department is trying to lure Chicago officers who refused to follow the city's vaccine mandate
Mayor Lori Lightfoot said in August that Chicago's 12,000 police officers must declare their vaccination status by October 15 or be unpaid.
Texas nurse found guilty of killing patients
William Davis injected at least seven patients with air and could now face the death penalty.
Africa, home to only three glaciers, will lose all of them due to climate change
Africa contributes less to global warming than any other inhabited continent, but will lose its glaciers anyway
Staffers keep clashing over masks in the Capitol hallways
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A fraught linkage: US-China trade policy and the US-EU Trade and Technology Council
Steve Bannon 'blew off a congressional subpoena' and may be held in contempt of Congress
Trump's Truth Social Hacked Within Hours of Announcement
Bannon eyed as key link between White House, Jan. 6 riot
First Thing: Human remains found in search for Brian Laundrie
EU summit to load pressure on Poland over rule of law
Protest at Netflix Over Dave Chappelle Special: What’s Next
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Chicago police union takes fight against vaccine mandate to court
‘She Didn’t Run Away, Someone Took Her,’ Cops Tell Mom of Missing 4-Year-Old