(CNN) — For years, baseball's New York Yankees and hockey's Philadelphia Flyers have played singer Kate Smith's famous rendition of "God Bless America" during games. But those long-time traditions have
I’m in my early 70s and have four beautiful grandchildren in their teens. I am so depressed about the world they are growing up in. I know life has to go in cycles and being despondent never helps, but
BURBANK, Calif. — There was something about Dungeons & Dragons that spoke to Mario Alvarenga in a deep way. He tried it for the first time five years ago — never mind that he was not a teen, as most newbies
Native American activists: The fire at Notre Dame is devastating. So is the destruction of our sacred lands.
It’s an ongoing abuse that’s garnered far less outcry. The devastating destruction of the Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris has fueled a wave of grief across the globe, but it’s also prompted discussion about
Old wood and ongoing renovations converged to bring about the damage. The fire that engulfed the Notre Dame Cathedral Monday, causing its roof and its 300-foot oak spire to collapse, was extinguished morning.
How real are all the terrible things you can do to Bear Grylls in Netflix's interactive You Vs. Wild?
Although it didn’t get nearly as much press or public attention as Netflix’s first big choose-your-path adventure show—the Black Mirror video game pastiche “Bandersnatch”—there’s something uniquely ambitious
A few short steps to getting a convenient new security key Google added a new way to verify your logins this week: using your Android phone as a physical security key for two-factor authentication. You
A large number of functions fall under the umbrella of ‘complication.’ Reading about watches can often feel like cracking open a textbook. Browsing—and even buying—means being barraged with inscrutable
One could have predicted the result of inviting Candace Owens of the conservative group Turning Point USA to a congressional hearing. And one would be correct. Asked by the House Judiciary Committee to
(CNN) — Let's just call this reason No. 580 not to leave your kids alone with technology: They might lock you out of it. That's what happened over the weekend to Evan Osnos, a staff writer at The New and