"Newsweek" spoke to three dog trainers to find out the best methods for easing dogs into a routine without their owners.
As coronavirus cases continue to climb on campus, students are expected to move out of dorms by September 6.
The cast of "The Daily Show" posed as partners in a humorous law firm for "presidential attorneys," complete with a phone number you can call.
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The Los Angeles Lakers athlete is among the players who have called for action from team owners toward social-justice reform against systemic racism and police brutality.
State has suspended testing as thousands of people evacuate their homes.
No amount of U.S. sanctions or diplomatic isolation is likely to change how the Kremlin deals with internal challenges to its authority. And the fact is, the U.S. and Russia have business to do.
The increase in cases among children comes as states across the U.S. wrestle with schools reopening.
Conservationist and safari lodge owner Arthur "West" Mathewson was set upon by lionesses that he saved from canned hunting in South Africa.
Sheskey, who has been with the Kenosha Police Department for seven years, held on to Blake's shirt and fired his service weapon seven times at the man's back, state authorities said.
"There is no country that presents a broader and more comprehensive threat to our ideas, innovation, and economic security than China," the FBI told Newsweek, calling the country "the FBI's top counterintelligence priority."
The suspected poisoning on the Russian opposition figure bears the hallmarks of the 2018 attack on Sergei Skripal and his daughter Yulia, and a Bulgarian arms maker, Der Spiegel reported.
Couple avoids being bitten by several highly toxic death adders found in a laundry basket, kitchen and dining room of a rural Australia homestead
The unrest came after a Black homicide suspect shot himself while being pursued by police.
An amendment which was made in 2018 and signed last week by Jamie Lynn outlines instructions for Britney's wealth and assets in the event of her death.
As people spend more time and run more appliances at home, electric bills are going up—and many cannot afford to pay.
Some residents in San Francisco and Alameda County can already receive a one-time payment if they agree to quarantine after testing positive for the coronavirus.
Yevgeny Prigozhin has said he would chase the Kremlin critic who is in a coma for a court-ordered penalty of $1.2 million.
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"Tenet" is coming soon to cinemas in the US, but Christopher Nolan's other 10 movies, including "Inception," "The Dark Knight" and "Dunkirk" are streaming online now.
In a new attack ad, Texas GOP Rep. Louie Gohmert's challenger, Hank Gilbert, stepped in actual excrement while saying that he was tired of "Gohmert's bullsh*t."
Study comes as China and Russia push ahead with their own vaccination campaigns.
Nearly 140,000 people across the state remain under evacuation orders.
Congress is on the brink of passing a very important piece of cybersecurity legislation.
While some investments are failing, the residential rental market—and turnkey real estate, in particular—remains stable, with investors seeing tremendous success.
"Bill and Ted Face The Music" has its release date this August, when fans can finally see the cast reunited after trying to make the movie for a decade.
Students at colleges across the U.S. are petitioning their schools to reduce tuition costs for online-only courses, accusing admins of exploiting unused fees and operating like "capitalist businesses."