WASHINGTON – Attorney George Conway, whose wife Kellyanne Conway works as a counselor to President Donald Trump, said in a Washington Post op-ed on Monday that he had no more doubt: the president is a
Pray to never encounter a meth-gator: an alligator on methamphetamine. One Tennessee police department is urging residents not to flush drugs down the toilet, citing fears that wildlife might consume and
Bibiane Huang has a pair of Crocs for every day of the week. The 16-year-old from San Francisco got her first pair when she was five, featuring a very cool “Dora the Explorer” print. But last year, she
Current and former Tesla employees working in the company’s open-air “tent” factory say they were pressured to take shortcuts to hit aggressive Model 3 production goals, including making fast fixes to
That may be the British tabloid headline, but in reality the effort to gain a little Royal Portrush knowledge was more nuanced. Tiger Woods, never having played Royal Portrush until Sunday, jokingly asked
Get your scorecards and remotes ready, because the Emmy nominations are coming. On Tuesday, the Television Academy will announce who made the list of the best and brightest in the past year in TV, and
As the British Open returns to Northern Ireland for the first time since 1951, Golfweek writers give us their picks to win the claret jug at Royal Portush. There are 15 British Open champions in the field
Even though we know fad diets and fitness trends come and go, it's hard not to get swept up in the idea that they could be true, especially when there are so many crazes hitting you from every which way.
Brutal heat has been beating down on the U.S., and across the globe, with high temperatures reaching above 90 degrees -- and in some cases over 100 -- recently in cities like Phoenix and Las Vegas, and
Almost one in four American households reported being food insecure at some point in 2017. Low-income households with children and Americans with disabilities are among the most likely to be food insecure.
WASHINGTON – The federal prison system paid $1.6 million in bonuses to its top executives and wardens during the past two years despite chronic staffing shortages and sharp critiques of prison management
The blackout that left roughly 72,000 New Yorkers in the dark this past weekend didn't just roil everyday routines. The outage that snuffed out the lights on Broadway, halted subways and shuttered corner
The San Francisco School Board concluded that a 1930s-era mural contained images too hurtful for students to see, so the fresco will be painted over. The war on American memory is entering a dangerous
Johnny C. Taylor Jr., a human-resources expert, is tackling your questions as part of a series for USA TODAY. Taylor is president and CEO of the Society for Human Resource Management, the world's largest
Earth-friendly school supplies can be expensive, but going green doesn’t mean asking your kid to open a lemonade stand to help pay. You can be gentle with the planet and respectful of your wallet. Using
Actually, it's not that happy for a bunch of people, from NFL fans to actual players who are a little miffed by how they were graded, which feels like a once-a-year tradition. On Monday afternoon, "Madden"
USA TODAY assembled accounts from government officials as well as pediatricians who have toured border facilities. Here's what they said. The country is embroiled in a furious debate over the conditions
GREEN BAY, Wisc. — Last year was one of the strangest in recent Green Bay Packers history, with Aaron Rodgers playing in 16 games and missing the playoffs when doing so for the first time since 2008. was
PORTRUSH, Northern Ireland — When Darren Clarke steps to the tee at Royal Portrush at 6:35 a.m. Thursday morning and gets the 148th Open Championship underway, he will become the first Northern Irishman
It's time to accept that the free market cannot handle the demands of the healthcare industry. From 1993 to 2008, I served as a lawmaker with the Republican Party, representing the 31st District in the
House expected to vote on whether to hold Barr, Ross in contempt The House of Representatives is expected to vote Tuesday on whether to hold Attorney General William Barr and Commerce Secretary Wilbur