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Updated at 8:32 AM

South Korea and the United States, on Aug. 22, began regular annual joint military exercises, including operations near the North Korea border. The communist dictatorship has responded with characteristically bellicose threats. Broadcasts promise to turn the U.S., including Washington D.C., into a “heap of ashes” by means of a “preemptive nuclear strike” if North Korea sovereignty is threatened. The regime also has tested a submarine launched...

Posted at 8:30 AM

The rapid growth of Tesla Motors and the increasing range of other electric vehicles have the state contemplating new requirements that anger both Tesla and competitors like Honda. They say California is changing the rules in the middle of the game,...

Updated at 8:17 AM

The wildfire burning about five miles north of Shady Cove pumped the brakes overnight, only seeing new growth of about 25 acres. Oregon Department of Forestry officials said the Cleveland Ridge fire, which is burning on a mix of private and...

Updated at 8:05 AM

Q: What is unbleached flour? — I.B., Reynoldsburg, Ohio A: All-purpose flour comes in two varieties, bleached or unbleached. Bleaching chemically ages flour, changing its color from ivory to white. The...

Posted at 8:00 AM

The countdown to the 2020 Olympics began Wednesday with the arrival of the Olympic flag in Tokyo from Rio de Janeiro. The contrast between the two host cities couldn't be starker. Instead of samba in the streets, there will be robots and...

Updated at 7:56 AM

Like it or not, autumn will soon be here. Summer salads will give ways to pots of chili and — dare I even say it — holiday fare. With chefs already thinking about the upcoming season, I chatted with several...

Updated at 7:41 AM

I recently experienced something of a meltdown in the egg aisle at the supermarket over which kind of eggs to buy. After much consideration, I finally settled on the eggs I wanted (organic, free-range, and cage-free), when I discovered another...

Posted at 7:51 AM

Barry (Grant Gustin) will have a new speedster to face off against this fall when

Posted at 7:00 AM

People today seem to spend more time looking at cute things than ever before. The appeal of these characters may seem trivial, but it actually highlights an evolutionary force - one that can trigger billions of dollars a year of consumer spending.

Updated at 6:53 AM

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Updated at 6:31 AM

Regular readers of The Fact Checker know we have written about this figure in some of our round-upfact checks of Trump's speeches.

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