SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — San Francisco supervisors moved a step closer Tuesday to becoming the first city in the U.S. to ban all sales of electronic cigarettes to crack down on youth vaping.
PITTSFIELD, Mass. (AP) — The Berkshire Eagle has an expanded investigative team. There's a new 12-page lifestyle section for the Eagle's Sunday editions. There's a new monthly magazine focusing on the area's culinary and natural charms. There is an advisory board that includes cellist Yo-Yo …
NYKOPING, Sweden (AP) — School's out for summer and Swedish lawyer Pia Bjorstrand, her husband and their two sons are shouldering backpacks, ready to board the first of many trains on a whistle-stop vacation around northern Europe.
RALEIGH, N.C. — What would the folks in the Capitol think? District 12 is now on the National Register of Historic Places.
Your monthly car payment is not only a ticket to freedom, letting you enjoy summer road trips, but also a lifeline that gets the kids to school and you to work.
“Wild and Crazy Guys: How the Comedy Mavericks of the ‘80s Changed Hollywood Forever” (Crown Archetype), by Nick de Semlyen
“Fleishman Is in Trouble” (Random House), by Taffy Brodesser-Akner
By the time Father’s Day takes place, the school year is usually over.
NEW YORK — Chips, soda and frozen pizzas tend to be full of salt, sugar and fat, but now scientists are trying to understand if there’s something else about such processed foods that might be bad for us.
“Going Down Home with Daddy” (Peachtree), by Kelly Starling Lyons, illustrated by Dan Minter.
“One Small Sacrifice (A Thriller)” (Thomas & Mercer), by Hilary Davidson.
MONTEVIDEO, Uruguay — Rolando Bustamante watches his employees turn out one concrete block after another, occasionally checking an electronic tablet that records orders from clients and that lets him communicate with suppliers.
100 years ago
The largest ancient sphinx in the Western Hemisphere was on the prowl Wednesday for the first time in nearly 100 years.
“Dark Site” (Minotaur Books), by Patrick Lee
“Chasing the Moon: The People, the Politics, and the Promise That Launched America into the Space Age” (Ballantine Books), by Robert Stone and Alan Andres
WASHINGTON — Positioned in mid-kill, the Tyrannosaurus rex towers over the prone body of its prey, a similarly huge triceratops.
NEW ORLEANS — As people at the American Alliance of Museums’ trade show passed their hands along the raised figures in touchable versions of a Vietnam War photograph, small metal sensors touched off recordings to explain whose picture they were touching and what had happened to him. At a nea…
KIRBY — Tales of the expert ropers in Hot Springs County have drifted out of the Bighorn Basin and spread across the Mountain West for years.
CARY, N.C. — Kasey Turcol has just 75 minutes to explain to her high school students the importance of D-Day — and if this wasn’t the 75th anniversary of the turning point in World War II, she wouldn’t devote that much time to it. D-Day is not part of the required curriculum in North Carolin…
“The Killer Across the Table” by John Douglas and Mark Olshaker
“The River,” by Peter Heller (Alfred A. Knopf)
COLUMBUS, Ohio — States are heatedly debating whether to make it more difficult for students to avoid vaccinations for religious or philosophical reasons amid the worst measles outbreak in decades, but schoolchildren using such waivers are outnumbered in many states by those who give no excu…
In Paris, the Louvre Museum closed for a day this week because workers said the crowds were too big to handle. In the Himalayas, climbers at Mount Everest are concerned that the peak has gotten too crowded, contributing to the highest death toll in years.
NEW YORK — The famous winged TWA terminal at New York’s John F. Kennedy Airport came out of its decades-long retirement Wednesday with a new life as a luxury hotel.
Paul Menser is the author of "Legendary Locals of Idaho Falls."
NEW YORK (AP) — Toothpaste delivered in two days is convenient, but not so great for the environment. After you click buy, online orders leave warehouses to be loaded on gas-guzzling jets or trucks. And returns are a problem, too, since the items have to make the trip back to a warehouse.
Switched at birth and raised by another family.
100 years ago
Four-year-old Alexis Lamb won’t eat dinner unless her best friend Prince is served first and can eat with the family. She climbs all over the rescue dog that Scott and Carrie Lamb adopted from Heart of Idaho Animal Sanctuary. She constantly dresses him in girly things.
“The Malta Exchange” (Minotaur), by Steve Berry
“The Uninhabitable Earth: Life After Warming” (Tim Duggan Books), by David-Wallace-Wells.
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“The Widows: a Novel” (Minotaur), by Jess Montgomery