BETHLEHEM, Pa. (AP) — A Pennsylvania mom faces criminal charges for allegedly driving with her son on the hood of her car after the boy refused to go to the dentist.
Cat lovers know when kitties groom, their tongues are pretty scratchy. Using high-tech scans and some other tricks, scientists are learning how those sandpapery tongues help cats get clean and stay cool.
BANGKOK (AP) — In the ring, the two boxers spar furiously with blows delivered by fists, elbows, knees and feet to virtually any part of the opponent's body. Those in the crowd furiously make wagers with each other as the battle rages.
There's no reason to skip Thanksgiving dinner because of a salmonella outbreak linked to raw turkey, according to health officials who've been monitoring the year-old outbreak.
PARADISE, Calif. (AP) — Brad Weldon lost his home to fire when he was a kid, so when a deadly wildland blaze came roaring toward his ranch house in the pines where he lives with his 89-year-old blind mother, he wasn't going to let disaster strike twice.
Just rub the bird with oil, this simple dried seasoning blend and roast it: What you get is a nicely browned turkey and pan juices that are flavorful enough to serve on their own.
The percentage of children under 2 years old who haven't received any vaccinations has quadrupled since 2001, according to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention.
A press-in, gluten-free crust, a lightly seasoned filling and the option of a crunchy, ginger topping are just a few of the reasons you might like this very easy pie.
Thanksgiving brings out the squash-stuffer in me — and in plenty of other cooks who welcome plant-based eaters (or just plain vegetable lovers) to the table. Last year, I filled small pumpkins with biryani. This year, I'm drawn to a more highly constructed (or at least stacked) approach — roasting a butternut squash in two lengthwise halves and then layering multiple filling elements between them.
It is the first time in history scientists have had a real shot at addressing one of humanity’s deepest questions: Are we alone? But first they must decide where to look.
With Thanksgiving coming, it's time to stock up on a variety of wines for the holiday table. This week's recommendations include a "nouveau" bubbly from Maryland, a frothy way to toast the end of the rainy 2018 vintage.
It is extremely uncommon for a popcorn movie to be made with this level of care, craft and intelligence. Every aspect of the filmmaking is superb. Every performance brings something to the table.
The family of a North Carolina teacher missing in a remote part of Mexico received the news on Thursday that Patrick Braxton-Andrew was killed by drug cartel members in late October.
This dark, over-stuffed and uneven but gorgeous-looking, beautifully scored and richly costumed sequel may be embraced by Potterverse fans, but it may also be losing those with something less than an allegiance to all things Rowling.
One week after Florida voters overwhelmingly chose to ban greyhound racing — eliminating 11 of America's 17 remaining dog tracks by the end of 2020 — new battle lines are being drawn over who will eventually handle adoptions for the dogs that are now coming up through breeding and training kennels.
"Our animal control officers are pretty good, but he has some ninja-like moves," Ashwaubenon Public Safety Commander Randy Tews told The Post. "They have a hard time getting him."
If you're looking for something a little different to serve for dessert at Thanksgiving, here are two ways to go that offer a lot of adaptability. The first involves only a little effort and a little oven time. The second is pudding-like, so there are a few steps involved. But it is luscious and can even be frozen, which means it's a dessert gift to you, the cook, throughout the holidays.
Organisms may bear the effects long after the initial exposure - in the form of reduced lifespans, reproductive challenges and other defects passed to offspring.
A feel-good tale of a homeless man using his last $20 to help a stranded New Jersey woman buy gas was actually a complete lie, manufactured to get strangers to donate more than $400,000 dollars to help the down-and-out good Samaritan, a prosecutor said Thursday.
Every year when November rolls around, I find myself reminiscing of Thanksgivings at home. Not my grown-up home — the childhood one. The funny thing is, I remember more about being in the kitchen with my mom than I do the actual meals themselves. As a teenager and even throughout my college years, I loved knowing I would be getting up that day and my to-do list would consist solely of helping mom in the kitchen. We made a wonderful team, and I followed her lead, chopping this and that.
“He’s doing great!,” announced the Make-A-Wish foundation, which helped make his crime-fighting dream come true in 2013 when thousands of people watched him lock up The Riddler.
When it comes to Thanksgiving, most of us are looking for a way to make things faster and easier. Enter the Instant Pot or its electric multicooker cousins.
Last time I checked, summer had just left us and we were looking forward to cooler weather and the onset of everything that fall brings. Now, here we are, with Thanksgiving at our doorstep — and Christmas a little over a month away — and I wonder, where did this year go?
WASHINGTON — Daniel Gorman knows what it's like to return from war, and he wants to help fellow veterans come home, too: The former sailor turned New York National Guardsman is finishing a graduate degree in social work at Fordham University.
A Trail of Tears commemorative rifle on display at the Rogers, Arkansas, Bass Pro Shops sets off a Twitter storm about racial insensitivity. The store said the single item, taken on trade, was pulled and Native American groups were contacted for advice.
Although they're often described as wormlike creatures, pyrosomes are actually more closely related to humans. Some of the earliest reports of pyrosomes came from sailors in the 1800s who noticed their bright glow while sailing.
As fans of Stan Lee mourn his death this week, they can hang on to one thing on the horizon: Lee will continue to make pop-up appearances on screen.
At first, 14-year-old Brett Corbett told his mom he was sent to the principal's office sopping wet because the kids dared him to swim in the creek behind the school, in Glace Bay, Nova Scotia.
If Monica Lewinsky were to ever come face-to-face with Hillary Clinton, she knows exactly what she would do: apologize.
Alexa might have been listening, as she almost always is, when Christine Sullivan was stabbed to death in the kitchen of the Farmington, New Hampshire, home.
The latest update from the American Academy of Pediatrics calls for reducing — not eliminating — physical and mental exercise in the days following traumatic brain injuries.
It was the second time Parlour co-owners Jamy and Erica Magee had held such an event, which invites customers to "leave your hate at the door, and leave our shop free of the past."
Longtime Wacoan Pearl Nill Robbins, who turned 97 in July, didn’t realize when she enlisted in the U.S. Navy as a member of the Women Accepted for Volunteer Emergency Service that one of her childhood chores would come into play while serving her country.
Charles Banks signed up to serve in 1950, unaware he was headed to a war zone where American fighters faced the throes of frostbite as well as enemy bullets.