In search of something good to read? USA TODAY's Barbara VanDenburgh scopes out the shelves for this week’s hottest new book releases. 1. “The Girl Who Lived Twice,” by David Lagercrantz (Knopf, fiction,
It is well established that opioids are dangerous and addictive — it is not as widely known that they are often unnecessary. This is the story of two addictions — two addictions with very different endings.
The Trump administration expanded the restrictions for immigrants to public assistance programs. Cue the outrage from leaders in liberal states. Hard to fathom at present, but there was once a time in
MELBOURNE, Australia (AP) — The World Cup is a week away, and the United States is no lock for gold. For the first time in nearly 13 years, a U.S. roster of NBA players played an international game — lost.
President Donald Trump said he was being sarcastic when he raised eyebrows earlier this week by referring to himself as "the chosen one" amid his ongoing trade war with China. "You know exactly what I
Walt Disney Studios made a power statement about the future of its new streaming service Disney+ at the D23 Expo Friday. The power-packed presentation launched with a high-energy marching band-led song-and-dance
Soon, it may be hard to find a Chinese-made product on a store shelf that doesn't have a higher price tag because of new U.S. tariffs. President Donald Trump announced double-barreled new tariffs on Chinese
A white Florida man who told detectives he had a “pet peeve” about illegal parking in handicapped spots was convicted late Friday of manslaughter for the fatal shooting of an unarmed black man outside
Matthew Stafford made his preseason debut Friday night against the Buffalo Bills and the Lions looked as good as they have all summer (which isn’t saying much). But it’s tough to come away from a third
The Oscar-winning actress revealed on Instagram Thursday that she uses Snapchat to talk to her three children — daughter Ava, 19, and sons Deacon, 15, and Tennessee, 6. The benefits? A Snapchat filter