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NOAA: Tampa Bay fell 5 feet in reverse storm surge

TAMPA, Fla. -- The waters of Tampa Bay fell 1.5 meters (5 feet) in a phenomenon known as a reverse storm surge as...

Orlando man paddleboards through flooding from Hurricane Ian

Orlando man paddles through floodwaters from Hurricane Ian - CBS News ...

Taking Biden to court

Maybe the president won't get away with the student loan scam.

Los Angeles nonprofit provides legal support to immigrants

As the number of immigrants seeking judicial leave to avoid deportation grows, Los Angeles foundations have teamed up with local governments to direct millions...

30 shots fired in Oakland, California shooting that wounded 2 students, 4 employees, police say

Multiple suspects fired at least 30 rounds in a shooting at an Oakland, California, school on Wednesday that left six injured and is suspected...

BUSINESS

Stocks Fall as Focus Returns to a Potential Recession

Wall Street's downdraft continued on Thursday as investor concerns about inflation, sky-high interest rates and a potential recession continued to weigh on financial markets.The...

The Fed announces a plan to assess climate risks for banks

Six of America's largest banks will assess their exposure to climate risks through a pilot program next year, the Federal Reserve Board announced Thursday,...

Deadly sins and the workplace

Thi bow of current managerial thinking leans toward virtue. Cooperation is what makes teams purr. Low-ego empathy is the hallmark of a...

SCIENCE

Gas flares could release more methane than thought, study says

The oil industry's practice of burning off unwanted methane is less effective than previously assumed, scientists said Thursday, resulting in new estimates for greenhouse...
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POLITICS

Opinion | Rupert Murdoch and Donald Trump are ready for Saudi cash

This guilt by association has turned LIV into a public relations disaster, with accusations that the tour is a Saudi attempt to "wash the...

Republican Michigan Attorney General Candidate Pushes Voter Fraud Lies as He Faces Voter Fraud Investigation

Matthew DePerno, the Republican candidate for attorney general in Michigan who has made a name for himself by spreading lies about the 2020 election...

Michigan Poll Worker Accused of Tampering with Voting Equipment

A poll worker in a western Michigan city has been charged with two felonies after allegedly inserting a flash drive into a computer that...

HEALTH

Slow drug for Alzheimer’s classified as historical

The drug appears to slow the rate of the disease, according to early data from clinical trials.

ALS Drug Wins FDA Approval Despite Questionable Data

WASHINGTON-- A hotly debated drug for Lou Gehrig's disease won US approval on Thursday, a long-sought victory for patients that is likely to renew...

FDA approves a controversial new drug designed to slow the progression of ALS

The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) on Thursday approved a controversial new drug designed to slow the progress of Lou Gehrig's disease, a victory...

SPORTS

Michigan’s Jim Harbaugh claims ‘top five teams are going to die’ in Iowa

Michigan head football coach Jim Harbaugh is familiar with what can happen to a top-five ranked opponent heading into a matchup in Iowa."As they...

F1 Schedule: Singapore Grand Prix Starting Grid, TV Schedule, Channel, Live Broadcast, Race Time

It's been a while since Formula 1 raced in Singapore. Much has changed. When the series came to a close...

Kansas City Chiefs-Tampa Bay Buccaneers game to remain in Tampa after Hurricane Ian

Sunday night's game between the Kansas City Chiefs and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers will continue at Raymond James Stadium in Tampa as originally scheduled,...

UCLA vs. Washington: Betting Odds, Lines, Picks and Predictions

Undefeated UCLA Bruins (4-0, 1-0 in Pac-12) receive No. 15 washington huskies (4-0, 1-0) at 7:30 p.m. PDT on Friday at the Rose Bowl.Washington...

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ENTERTAINMENT

CNBC’s Julia Boorstin Examines Female Leadership in Business in Book

Julia Boorstin, CNBC Senior Media & Technology Correspondent, put her downtime to good use during the pandemic lockdown. She has dedicated herself to...

Author responds to riots over controversial Anthony Bourdain book

Author Charles Leerhsen has responded to criticism from the family of celebrity chef, writer and world traveler Anthony Bourdain by condemning his unauthorized biography...

Three highlights from the first week of the 2022 New York Film Festival

The speed of communication has put the New York Film Festival, whose 60th edition will take place from September 30 to October 16, in...

GAMING

Nielsen Streaming Top 10: ‘The House of the Dragon’ Vs. ‘The Rings of Power’

The two most talked about genre projects for TV rights are now finally having their first ratings battle. HBO's "Game of Thrones" prequel series "House...

Teddy Riley to Soulja Boy: I apologize for hurting my daughter

Teddy Riley demands an apology from Soulja Boy for allegedly abusing his daughter Nia Riley.In to interview With VladTV, Teddy Riley revealed Tuesday that...

Heard in New York: Laughing at the Comedy Cellar

"They put my phone in the bag jail."

Shenmue Anime Series Canceled – GameSpot

Shenmue: The Animation, Adult Swim's Shenmue anime co-production...

LATEST NEWS

NOAA: Tampa Bay fell 5 feet in reverse storm surge

TAMPA, Fla. -- The waters of Tampa Bay fell 1.5 meters (5 feet) in a phenomenon known as a reverse storm surge as...

Orlando man paddleboards through flooding from Hurricane Ian

Orlando man paddles through floodwaters from Hurricane Ian - CBS News ...

POLITICS

Slow drug for Alzheimer’s classified as historical

The drug appears to slow the rate of the disease, according to early data from clinical trials.

ALS Drug Wins FDA Approval Despite Questionable Data

WASHINGTON-- A hotly debated drug for Lou Gehrig's disease won US approval on Thursday, a long-sought victory for patients that is likely to renew...

FDA approves a controversial new drug designed to slow the progression of ALS

The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) on Thursday approved a controversial new drug designed to slow the progress of Lou Gehrig's disease, a victory...

Thousands of children at risk as vaccination rates fall in England | Vaccines and immunization

Thousands of children face an increased risk of deadly diseases in England, with significant outbreaks likely, children's health experts have warned, as "alarming" figures...

Who is the Hulk King in ‘She-Hulk’? Explanation of the end of episode 7

The following story contains spoilers for Episode 7 of She-Hulk: Lawyer, titled "The Retreat". episode 7 of She-Hulk: Lawyer, Titled "The Retreat," it's one...

Kim Kardashian Said She Hasn’t Had Gray Hair Yet – Her Own TV Show Proved Otherwise

Kim Kardashian wants you to believe that she has never had cheek fillers, lip fillers, or even lash extensions… is it any wonder she...

Lasting Lessons from the Cuban Missile Crisis

JFK came to understand the need to be 'disciplined in self-control', as he put it in a 1963 speech.

VA and FDA Partner to Accelerate Medical Device Delivery

The agencies will work together to create testing methods, tools and training that support medical device innovators throughout the product development cycle. BECAUSE IT...

BUSINESS

Stocks Fall as Focus Returns to a Potential Recession

Wall Street's downdraft continued on Thursday as investor concerns about inflation, sky-high interest rates and a potential recession continued to weigh on financial markets.The...

The Fed announces a plan to assess climate risks for banks

Six of America's largest banks will assess their exposure to climate risks through a pilot program next year, the Federal Reserve Board announced Thursday,...

Deadly sins and the workplace

Thi bow of current managerial thinking leans toward virtue. Cooperation is what makes teams purr. Low-ego empathy is the hallmark of a...

Government notifies logistics policy, infrastructure ministries to issue plans in 6 months

PM GatiShakti and will address logistics issues related to infrastructure, processes, digital improvements, policy and regulatory reforms, and capacity building for a better workforce