The temperature is staying in the low 60s today. Leaves are falling and it’s a typical fall day. Yesterday the mercury almost reached 80 degrees, and it was a lovely day with the laundry drying very well.
Over the years, many different forms of exercise have become popular and the recent one is the high-intensity interval training (HIIT) workouts that do not require as much time, yet still produce remarkable health benefits.
We took our car in to have the brakes looked at the other day and much to our delight, the mechanic said, and I quote, “Your brakes are fine. Tell whoever has been driving it to keep doing the same thing.”
Learning to drive is an important milestone in a young person’s life. Take a minute to think back to that time in your youth. Driving has the power to provide freedom and helps instill a stronger sense of independence in teenagers.
Steve Wolf, a firearms expert who has been asked to comb the scene of the movie set shooting involving Alec Baldwin, discusses the questions he has about the deadly incident.
Video that appears to be taken by a student in Riverside, California shows a teacher imitating a Native American dance to teach trigonometry. The district has placed her on leave while it conducts an investigation.
BRUNSWICK, Ga. — In a county of less than 85,000 people, more than 1% of its population was summoned as prospective jurors in the high-profile trial of three white men accused of killing Ahmaud Arbery, a Black man who was jogging in their Georgia neighborhood.
Vaccinations protect recipients against COVID-19 and protect society’s most vulnerable citizens by reducing the potential spread of the SARS-CoV-2 virus that causes the airborne infectious disease, according to two medical experts.
OKLAHOMA CITY — The ACLU and a group of multiracial advocacy organizations and educators have sued state officials over the constitutionality of a new law that restricts discussions on race and gender in school in an attempt to ban “critical race theory” teachings in public schools.
Say what you will about the minivan stigma. It has a lot going for it in cargo and people hauler categories, and in many respects beats out the traditional SUV for overall roominess.
We read in Job 23:9, “When He acts on the left, I cannot behold Him; He turns on the right, I cannot see Him.” Job always contended that if a heavenly court were convened, God would find him “not guilty.” The problem we see here is Job was having a problem finding God.
There is a salad for every season. Spring salads are fresh and delicate, a tumble of baby leaves, new shoots and springy buds. Summer brings vibrant salads that are juicy, sunny and refreshing. Fall leans into the cooler weather and hunkers down with heft and substance. Each salad has a place at the seasonal table, celebrating the timely bounty and satisfying our cravings.
Self-care is something that can look different for every person. There are people who like to cuddle up on the couch with a book, do a face mask, take a bubble bath, or even those who like to clean. There are so many ways to partake in self-care, and it is so important to make sure you are setting aside time to de-stress and have some “you time.”
There are days when I think it’s safest, and probably wisest, not to say anything to anyone about anything because people can be so very touchy lately. People are also very adept at letting the rest of the world know when they’ve been offended.
Flu season is upon us. The timing of flu is very unpredictable and can vary in different parts of the country and from season to season. Most seasonal flu activity typically occurs between October and May. Flu activity most commonly peaks in the United States between December and February.
Tensions are high between between Taiwan and mainland China as state media shows Beijing training for an invasion in a new propaganda video.
Diana, Princess of Wales, is considered an icon by millions around the globe for so many reasons -- her royal status, her humanitarianism and her incomparable media savvy. Tune in Sundays at 9pm Et/PT to watch CNN's new series "Diana."
Meet Capitol police's newest officer, Lila. She is a service dog helping the force deal with the high stress positions that they are put in. CNN's Lauren Fox has the story.
WASHINGTON (AP) — Drugmaker Merck asked U.S. regulators Monday to authorize its pill for treating COVID-19 in what would add an entirely new and easy-to-use weapon to the world's arsenal against the pandemic.
STOCKHOLM (AP) — A U.S.-based economist won the Nobel prize in economics Monday for pioneering research that transformed widely held ideas about the labor force, showing how an increase in the minimum wage doesn’t hinder hiring and immigrants do not lower pay for native-born workers. Two oth…
BOSTON (AP) — Kenya's Benson Kipruto won the pandemic-delayed Boston Marathon on Monday when the race returned from a 30-month absence with a smaller, socially distanced feel and moved from the spring for the first time in its 125-year history.
As Virginia's gubernatorial race gets underway, CNN's Jeff Zeleny reports that Democratic candidate Terry McAuliffe may be distancing himself from the leader of his own party, President Joe Biden.
CNN's Christina Macfarlane speaks to actress Jane Seymour about what her experience was like in a James Bond movie in the 1960s. The latest Bond film, "No Time to Die," seeks to evolve the portrayal of women.
The Netflix hit "Squid Game" is just the latest in a series of Korean content that has made its way across the globe. CNN speaks with the show's director, a Netflix executive, and experts to reveal the formula that is driving the trailblazing success.
The 2021 Nobel Peace Prize has been awarded to Maria Ressa and Dmitry Muratov. The Norwegian Nobel Committee, which presented the award in Oslo on Friday, said the prize was awarded for their efforts to safeguard freedom of expression. Every year the Norwegian Nobel Committee recognizes a pe…
Facebook and its Instagram and WhatsApp platforms were down across wide swathes of the world Monday. Facebook's internal systems used by employees also went down.
So, I know it’s that time of year. I mean, the first day of fall was, what? September 22nd? A little more than a week ago, and the pumpkin spiciness has been out and about for over a month it seems.
Busy schedules, taking care of others, dysfunctional relationships, unrealistic expectations for ourselves and others, political differences, pandemic strain — all can bring about feelings of stress.
OK, I know, it’s pure stereotype, but I did feel that when we moved here from the east coast, simple transactions felt kinder, more authentically cheerful. I was fond of saying that when we drove to our cottage for the summer, it was like slipping into a warm bath. I’m sure there are a million exceptions, but that’s how I felt. Maybe I based that entirely on the checkers at the grocery store. But that was important! Once I was so exasperated with a grocery checker back east, I looked her in the eye and blurted out, “You’re supposed to say ‘Thank you!’”
While the Chevy Suburban is synonymous with a cavernous interior, the new Tahoe is not far behind with this year’s makeover. Its commanding presence on the road places it near the top of large SUVs.
Now that the fall season is officially launched, it’s time to braise. After all, ‘tis the season for fleece and woolies, lighting the fireplace, and reaching for our Dutch ovens. It’s time for cozy warmth and slow-food days, with the aromas of meat and spice wafting through the house. It’s meant for braises, stews and roasts, accompanied by squidgy mashes and bubbling gratins. No matter the neck of the woods in which you live or the weather outside, autumn is in the air — and on the menu.
Fall is an abundant and satisfying season in the garden. Your hard work throughout the season has produced a wide variety of fruits and vegetables. Flowers continue to bloom, and the cool nights are allowing cool season vegetables to flourish.
Vice President Kamala Harris' office is doing damage control following an exchange earlier this week between the vice president and a student who characterized Israel's actions toward Palestinians as "an ethnic genocide and a displacement of people." CNN's Sunlen Serfaty reports.
Scarlett Johansson and Disney resolved their dispute over the lawsuit that Johansson filed against the company. She alleged that Disney breached her contract by releasing "Black Widow," a Marvel film starring the actress, on Disney+ on the same day it was released in theaters.
This Week's Circulars
Donald Evans, age 76, of Rockholds, Kentucky passed away on Tuesday October 19, 2021 at Baptist Health in Corbin. He was born in Rockholds son to the late Earl Henderson Evans and Elsie Lucille Byrge Evans. Donald was a US Army veteran. In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by…
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