After 19 seasons, "The Ellen DeGeneres Show" comes to an end as Ellen takes her final bow. Find out the star-studded guest lineup--and what will Ellen do next?
- Associated Press
A man drove his car into a barricade near the U.S. Capitol early Sunday and then began firing gunshots in the air before fatally shooting himself, police said. The incident happened just before 4 a.m. at a vehicle barricade set at East Capitol Street NE and 2nd Street SE in Washington. It comes at a time when law enforcement authorities across the country are facing an increasing number of threats and federal officials have warned about the potential of violent attacks on government buildings in the days since the FBI’s search of former President Donald Trump’s Mar-a-Lago estate in Florida.
- USA TODAY
Quiet quitting: More employees burned out by COVID-era workloads say they'll do what's required in their jobs but won't go above and beyond.
- Yahoo Finance
Teachers are leaving the profession like never before, leaving many school districts in dire need of educators to fill those roles.
- Yahoo Money
The earnings test is a formula that withholds a portion of benefits if your wage income exceeds a set level.
- NBC News
‘It worried people all the time': How Trump’s handling of secret documents led to the FBI’s Mar-a-Lago search
Former President Donald Trump's cavalier approach to sensitive documents led to the FBI investigation and search of his Mar-a-Lago estate, sources say.
The researchers of the study, which was published in the journal “Current Biology” on Thursday, found that prolonged intense cognitive work causes a buildup of potentially toxic byproducts in the prefrontal cortex of a human’s brain. Researchers used magnetic resonance spectroscopy (MRS) to view the brain chemistry of two groups of participants who either performed high-demand or low-demand cognitive control tasks for work. The study found that the group who needed to think hard for work showed signs of fatigue, such as reduced pupil dilation.
- The New York Times
When pandemic lockdowns hit the real estate industry, showings were halted, homes were yanked off the market, and municipal offices that process closing documents were shuttered. As a result, in March 2020, nearly 18% of purchase contracts in the United States were canceled — though it only took a few months to return to typical levels. But in 2022, the frequency of canceled deals has begun to rise again, reaching nearly 15% in June — the highest rate since the pandemic peak, according to a rece
- The Week
Democratic rep. says 'off the record' that Biden is 'not running again'
"Yep, Full Transparency": This Woman Is Sharing Exactly How Much It Costs Her Brand To Make Clothes In The US, And More People Should Know This
"I hope it's making you wonder how a $25 dress from Shein could possibly be ethically made."View Entire Post ›
- The Hollywood Reporter
Robyn Griggs, known for her roles on soap operas Another World and One Life to Live, has died. She was 49. The actress’ passing was announced on her Facebook page Saturday. She had been battling cervical cancer and was open about her health struggles on social media, with Griggs posting last month that she had been diagnosed […]
- ProFootball Talk on NBC Sports
The Browns opened the preseason with their only road game of August 2022. And the fans in Jacksonville let quarterback Deshaun Watson hear it. The three-word chant included a four-letter word, and the video went viral, with 3.3 million views so far. And if that’s the product of a preseason game in Jacksonville, what happens [more]
- Yahoo Sports
The Bears' turf didn't look good for their preseason opener.
- Country Living
Singer Shania Twain stunned fans when she returned to her home country of Canada to close out the Boots & Hearts Music Festival in a youthful mini dress.
Trump's initially 'upbeat' mood about the FBI's Mar-a-Lago raid turned dark when GOP support began to wane, report says
Sources told The Washington Post that Trump initially believed that the FBI raid would benefit him as it would look like the DOJ had overreached.
"My students aren’t the snowflakes Gov. DeSantis assumes they are... and neither am I."
- Business Insider
The US could lose up to 900 warplanes fighting a Chinese invasion of Taiwan but would emerge victorious, says think tank
The Center for Strategic and International Studies war games found the US and Taiwan would defeat a Chinese invasion – at great cost for all sides.
- Business Insider
American Airlines stopped a family from boarding a flight after they said their daughter had special needs
The couple and their 13-year-old daughter were traveling from Orlando to Richmond via Charlotte and were not grouped together on a connecting flight.
The woman, Lynne Mishele, is sending her love to Anne Heche's family.
- Associated Press
Seven people were killed by a torrent of water that came rushing down a river in a popular recreational spot following mountain rains in southwestern China, authorities said Sunday. Workers and volunteers mobilized to urge people to leave the area after receiving an imminent heavy rain warning at about 2:40 p.m. Saturday, the emergency management bureau in Pengzhou city said. One man at the scene said several people were washed away, including some children, when the waterflow in the lower reaches of the river suddenly increased in just 10 to 20 seconds, the state-owned China National Radio reported.
Featherweight fighter Desmond Monabat scored the first win of his pro MMA career with unmissable flying knee knockout at Tuff-N-Uff 129 in Las Vegas.