May 17, 2018 RSS feed / Features

5 Survival Strategies For Camping On A Budget

Exploring nature and sleeping under the stars can be viewed as an economical vacation. More...

KKK Flyers, Candy Found On Lawns

HATBORO, Pa. (AP) – Residents of a Pennsylvania town say they awoke to find bags of candy hearts attached to pamphlets advocating the Ku Klux Klan strewn over their lawns.  More...

5 Ways To Get Your Home Ready For Summer

(StatePoint) Summertime means backyard barbecues, home decorating updates and more. More...

How To Cook A Moist Bone-in Ham With A Well-balanced Glaze

Heating and glazing a cured ham seems effortless, but many recipes yield leathery meat in an overly sweet glaze. America’s Test Kitchen wanted to guarantee moist meat in a nuanced glaze. More...

Today In History

NY Stock Exchange Begins In 1792

Today is Thursday, May 17, the 137th day of 2018. There are 228 days left in the year. Today’s Highlight in History: More...

Gift Ideas For Dads And Grads

(StatePoint) – Whether you’re shopping for Father’s Day or celebrating the accomplishments of a graduating senior, make a point of selecting thoughtful, unforgettable gifts this “dads and grads” season. More...

Are Millennials In Good Financial Shape?

(StatePoint) – Now comprising the largest percentage of the workforce, millennials report that their parents did not give them much guidance about investing and many are not confident they are saving enough for the future.  More...

Understanding Your Risk For Deep Vein Thrombosis

(StatePoint) – Anything that keeps the blood from circulating properly can cause a clot, including injury, illness, lack of movement, certain inherited conditions and lifestyle factors. More...

Diverging Values Lead To Mormon Retreat From Boy Scouts

SALT LAKE CITY (AP) – For more than a century, the Boy Scouts of America and the Mormon church formed an ideal pair as they helped each other expand their organizations and build their brands while molding countless young men through bow knots, More...

Clearing The Record

A typographical error in a front-page story about the primary election in last week’s issue of the “News” resulted in the misspelling of a Republican candidate’s name for the U.S. Congress. More...

Why Internet Access In Rural America Affects Everyone

(StatePoint) – Healthy communities and a strong national economy rely on internet access for all, suggests a new study.  More...

Science Says Volcanoes Explained Story

WASHINGTON (AP) – Hawaii’s Kilauea is not your typical blow-the-top-off kind of volcano.  It’s been simmering and bubbling for about 35 years, sending superhot hot lava spewing up through cracks in the ground. More...

Keys To Moist Bread Pudding: Custard And Type Of Bread

America’s Test Kitchen’s slow-cooker bread pudding boasts tender bread cubes enveloped by a rich custard and accented with a few stir-ins and a simple topping. More...

Say Goodbye To La Nina, Maybe Hello To A More Normal Summer

WASHINGTON (AP) – U.S. scientists say this winter’s brief La Nina has evaporated, meaning an increased likelihood of a more normal summer.  More...

Postal Service: More Financial Loss As Mail Delivery Slumps

WASHINGTON (AP) – The U.S. Postal Service is reporting another quarterly loss. More...