IOC adds to fierce criticism of Fifa over impact of biennial World Cup plan
The International Olympic Committee has called for discussions over Fifa's plan to hold the World Cup every two years instead of every four - suggesting football's governing body is putting money ahead of sport.
Everything's in short supply. The 1970s are looking better all the time...
funny thing happens when I open a newspaper just lately. Gazing at the headlines, trying not to feel afraid, I sometimes picture a little brown car.
Short on Staff, Some Hospices Ask New Patients To Wait
The New Old Age
"It causes huge distress to tell a family, 'We can't serve you,'" said one state hospice organization director.
Key takeaways from the sixth week of the Elizabeth Holmes trial.
SAN JOSE, Calif. - Was Theranos a small start-up struggling to meet the demands of working with big, sophisticated and powerful corporations?
The comedian Hannah Gadsby calls out Netflix over its defense of Dave Chappelle.
In a rare public rebuke, the Australian comedian Hannah Gadsby upbraided the Netflix co-chief executive Ted Sarandos for his defense of Dave Chappelle in an Instagram post on Friday.
'Champagne problems' and supply chain nightmares: San Francisco's wine industry is suffering - The San Francisco Examiner
Cabernet Sauvignon grapes sit in a container after being crushed at Smith-Madrone Winery in St. Helena, Calif. on Thursday, Sept. 9, 2021. (Courtesy Smith-Madrone Winery)
Merriam-Webster promoted a word game littered with offensive terms - the latest reckoning over language in the puzzle world
Her husband had dozed off by her side, but Jan Buckner Walker could not sleep.
US: States can order COVID shots for younger kids next week
Federal officials will discuss approving Pfizer's vaccine for children under 12 at the end of the month.
'Control at the end of their lives': the final push to legalise voluntary assisted dying in NSW
As Bruce Hays was dying of cancer, his wife Sue's overwhelming emotion was one of powerlessness.