The Best Parental Control Apps to Monitor Your Kids' Screen Time
"What exactly is he/she looking at?" you catch yourself thinking more and more. Because that smartphone you purchased for your son or daughter to keep in contact has now become fused to their fingers.
Chase Utley Part Of 2021 Dodgers Strength & Training Symposium
The Los Angeles Dodgers again are hosting a Strength & Conditioning Symposium, providing fans with an opportunity to attend virtually or in-person at Dodger Stadium.
Amari Cooper on the rules against playing with COVID: Michael Jordan played with the flu - ProFootballTalk
Cowboys receiver Amari Cooper missed a pair of key games after testing positive for COVID. He returned on Thursday night in the Dallas win over the Saints.
Amari Cooper says it was tough missing two games for Cowboys - ProFootballTalk
Dallas Cowboys receiver Amari Cooper had two catches for 41 yards in his return to action after a two-game absence due to a case of COVID-19.
Sir Frederick Barclay's ex-wife asks judge to commit him to jail in money fight
Businessman Sir Frederick Barclay's ex-wife has asked a judge to commit him to prison after alleging that he breached orders made in a High Court fight over money.
Germany targets unvaccinated ahead of push for mandatory COVID jabs
Germany has decided to tighten restrictions for those unvaccinated against COVID-19.
Toronto Temperature: Another week, another handful of losses for the undermanned Raptors.
Sooooooooooo, as it turns out, it's pretty tough to win games in the NBA when you're missing 60% of your starting lineup!
Spain rules out new restrictions against Omicron variant
Although Spain has tightened international travel restrictions in the face of the worrying but still largely unknown Omicron variant, the national government doesn't want to reintroduce domestic restrictions seen at previous stages of the pandemic.
As the Supreme Court considers Roe v. Wade, a look at how abortion became legal
The future of abortion, always a contentious issue, is up at the Supreme Court on Dec. 1.
Wedding cakes, tweets and gay teachers: how will the religious discrimination bill actually work?
The Coalition's religious discrimination bill was introduced on Thursday, almost three years after it was promised, and has implications for multiple areas of public life, from schools and workplaces to churches and hospitals.