Vance, DeSantis rally puts ‘highly unusual’ restrictions on press

Turning Point USA wants journalists to potentially share and explain any footage they take.

By Jeremy BarrAugust 16, 2022

Dr. Oz dips into politics of crudite. Here are 5 better dip options.

Republican Senate candidate Mehmet Oz gets nearly everything wrong about crudites in a video making the rounds.

By Emily HeilAugust 16, 2022

Ground beef bulgogi is a pantry-friendly weeknight meal

This James Beard-winning chef wants you to embrace Korean home cooking with his ground beef version of bulgogi.

By Ann MaloneyAugust 16, 2022

They were filming a TV comedy series in Ukraine. Then war broke out.

Oscar-nominated Den Tolmor was trying to finish his eight-part series about politics — and porn — in Ukraine. Then came war.

By Manuel Roig-FranziaAugust 16, 2022

I hit a wall tasting wine. Then I tried drinking it under hypnosis.

Can you really taste those super-specific notes in wine? One writer went under hypnosis to find out.

By Craig StoltzAugust 16, 2022

What a flight test engineer does in a workday

A 4:40 a.m. wake-up, time in the control room and an evening walk are all part of a typical workday for this flight test engineer.

By Emma DavisAugust 16, 2022

New books encourage deeper understanding of the ocean

Authors suggest ways for kids to get involved and help undo the damage.

By Abby McGanney NolanAugust 16, 2022

Protecting coral reefs: Strategies target disease and pollution

Scientists try to breed coral that resists disease and a warming ocean. Others combat wastewater and soil runoff.

By Lela NargiAugust 16, 2022

Why the media declared Anne Heche dead twice

Journalists were forced to confront a legal, even philosophical question after Heche lost brain activity but remained technically alive: When is someone really dead?

By Paul FarhiAugust 16, 2022

Marine biologist Asha de Vos says kids can help save the ocean now

De Vos was a marine biology pioneer in her native Sri Lanka. She’s helping kids use their voices for ocean conservation.

By Christina BarronAugust 16, 2022

Ocean conservation success stories offer hope and inspiration

New technologies and research are helping solve problems such as plastic pollution, bycatch and ocean acidification.

By Christina BarronAugust 16, 2022

Ask Elaine: I finally got my dream job, but it’s not what I want anymore

A reader is no longer prioritizing work and would prefer to pursue passions.

By Elaine WelterothAugust 16, 2022

Five skills parents can learn so they can help their children cope

Experts point to five key skills you can develop that will support your child during a crisis or that will supplement therapy once it’s underway.

By Katherine Reynolds LewisAugust 16, 2022

Current Supreme Court is damaging to the country, law scholar warns

The Supreme Court is “installing the tyranny of the minority,” says law scholar Laurence Tribe.

By KK OttesenAugust 16, 2022

How to keep a dorm room organized

The list of supplies a student needs to live comfortably is long, and the room is small.

By Nicole AnziaAugust 16, 2022

The fabulously wealthy are fueling a booming luxury ranch market out West

Moguls are lavishing ever-larger fortunes on ranches out West, prompted in part by the pandemic.

By Karen HellerAugust 16, 2022

1 dress, 8 weddings: Brides in this family have worn the same gown for 72 years

“There was no question that I would become the eighth bride to wear the dress,” said Serena Stoneberg Lipari, 27.

By Cathy FreeAugust 16, 2022

Capri Sun drinks recalled after being mixed with cleaning solution

Kraft Heinz said the Capri Sun Wild Cherry drinks, with a “best when used by” date of June 25, 2023, were accidentally mixed with a diluted cleaning solution at a factory.

By Marina LopesAugust 16, 2022

Alex Wagner’s challenge at MSNBC: Keeping the Rachel Maddow superfans

In an unusual arrangement, Wagner will take over Maddow’s old 9 p.m. slot four nights each week, starting Tuesday, while the star sticks to Mondays only.

By Jeremy BarrAugust 16, 2022

Glennon Doyle chose honesty. Now fans are following her lead.

Doyle, the Christian parenting writer turned feminist icon, bares even more of herself on her podcast — inspiring listeners to do the same.

By Ellen McCarthyAugust 16, 2022