Afghanistan's festive pomegranate season has begun, but this year thousands of tonnes of the juicy red fruit risk rotting away at Pakistan's frequently shuttered border with the country -- leaving thousands of farm workers unemployed.
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A same-sex couple is battling over parental rights in a first-of-its-kind custody battle playing out in the Tampa Bay area.
- Business Insider
Hooters employees are pushing back against new revealing uniforms that include shorts so short that they're 'like underwear'
"Soooo Hooters got new panties. I mean shorts," wrote one TikTok user. "Love my job but don't love wearing undies to work," wrote another.
- Washington Examiner
Who wears short shorts?
- Yahoo Sports
It doesn't get much uglier than what happened in Knoxville on Saturday night. The question is what's going to be done about it.
- The Daily Beast
Photo Illustration by The Daily Beast / Photos GettyThe mainstream media’s credibility took another big hit this week. Katie Couric, the former co-host of NBC’s Today show, revealed in a new memoir that she chose not to air some controversial comments made to her five years ago by the sainted Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, involving RBG’s criticism of NFL players like Colin Kaepernick kneeling during the national anthem.Couric says she was “conflicted” because she was a “big RBG fan,
- Country Living
LeAnn Rimes rocked the stage at the Austin City Limits music festival. Fans have a lot to say about her sheer, lace dress that she posted on Instagram.
Burrell had her celebrity chef friends in attendance on her big day!
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The 22-year-old singer, whose real name was Emani Johnson, died after experiencing a "tragic accident," her manager told E! News.
- USA TODAY Sports
Georgia continued its hold on the No. 1 spot in the USA TODAY Sports AFCA Coaches Poll with Oklahoma, Cincinnati moving up after Iowa's loss.
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Atlanta went the traditional route, with starter Max Fried, and won Game 1. It was a game they couldn’t squander. considering who they will face next.
- Business Insider
Democrats mock Donald Trump over Virginia governor race, flying a plane with a banner near Mar-a-Lago
Democrats tease Donald Trump over Virginia's Republican gubernatorial candidate Glenn Youngkin's attempts to distance himself from the former president.
- NBC Sports Boston
Buccaneers quarterback Tom Brady and his wife, Gisele, drew some attention Saturday by appearing to reference New England in a Twitter exchange.
- College Football News
What will the USA TODAY Coaches Poll powered by USA TODAY potentially be? It’s our guess on the college football rankings after Week 7
- Eat This, Not That!
Browsing the supplement aisle at your local drugstore or supermarket can feel overwhelming. In front of you are countless supplements claiming to provide everything from better heart health to improved cognitive function to weight loss. And while some supplements do deliver on their promises, many fall short. Worse yet, some could do more harm than good.In fact, there's one supplement that has so much potential to cause harm that experts recommend you avoid it entirely. According to Courtney D'A
- KGO – San Francisco
"The forecast should give us a reprieve." Many in the Bay Area are ready to greet the first rain of the season with open arms as soon as Sunday after a spring and summer filled with epic drought conditions. Fire crews hope the precipitation gives them a break from fighting wildfires.
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One employee on TikTok described the new shorts as "like underwear."
Before and after photos of the course reveal dramatic change.
Former officer and NASA exec found guilty of murdering neighbor after years of disputes over loud music and dog poop
After Michael Hetle fired a seventh and final shot into Javon Prather's body, he turned to Prather's wife and asked, "You want it too?"
- Best Life
Whether you love lox or are serious about your sushi, seafood is a healthy addition to many diets. Loaded with omega-3 fatty acids and protein, seafood consumption has been linked to increased longevity, better heart health, and weight loss. However, before you order your next seafood-based meal, there's one pertinent question you should be asking your server to avoid serious illness, according to the U.S. Food&Drug Administration (FDA). Read on to discover what question you should be asking and
When it comes down to it, the greatest threat to your comfort in retirement is you.