Love And Marriage Amid The Pandemic, Plus The Polyamory Lifestyle
COVID turned life on its head for so many of us, and in so many ways. One big change has been with love and marriage.
Traffic Deaths Are At Record Numbers. What's To Blame?
Experts blame rising traffic deaths on dangerous driving behaviors as well as inadequate infrastructure.By AP
The Workaround Some Companies Use To Say They're 'Carbon-Neutral'
Some companies buy carbon offset projects to achieve carbon-neutral pledges, but it's hard to prove those projects are doing what they claim.By Nariman El-Mofty / AP
New Artificial Intelligence Could Help Humans Actually Talk To Animals
Though humans have tried for thousands of years, modern science has found new ways to communicate with the animal kingdom — with limited success.By San Francisco Chronicle / AP
China Eases Anti-COVID Measures Following Protests
China is the last major country still trying to stamp out transmission of the virus while many nations switch to trying to live with it.By Ng Han Guan / AP
DOJ Subpoenas Election Officials In States Trump Disputed
Special counsel Jack Smith is overseeing investigations into the Capitol riot and Trump's frantic efforts to remain in power.By Charles Dharapak / AP
Aaron Judge Lands 9-Year, $360M Deal To Remain With New York Yankees
The free agent slugger will return to New York for $40 million per season, the highest average annual payout for a position player in the MLB.By FrankFranklin II / AP