Daily Archive: Friday, August 11, 2017
(CNN)On August 21, the moon’s shadow will block the sun from view in a total solar eclipse. But there’s one thing you shouldn’t do, and that’s look at the sun with your naked eye.
As much as our hearts are dreading a bittersweet farewell to the surf and sand, our beloved sweater weather is just around the corner.As we eagerly anticipate the day we can stand in line for our very first Pumpkin Spice Latte of the season (lawd help anyone who gets in our way), I have some
Disney is being sued for allegedly using dozens of its mobile apps tospyon children. A federal class action lawsuit filed in California claims the Walt Disney Company and three software partnersUpsight, Unity, and Kochavagathered personal information from children and shared it with advertisers without gaining consent from parents. The heart of the plaintiffs argument is
Abattoirs in England must meet welfare regulations, with separate rules in Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland and additional EU regulations. Plans to make CCTV mandatory in all slaughterhouses are being considered by the Welsh government. The government has said it plans to increase standards for farm animals and domestic pets in England by updating these
In the old days, holidays were few and far between. Now, however, Easter, Thanksgiving, and Christmas are joined by America’s unofficial holidays celebrating everything from ice cream and beer to pets and sisters. Unless you looked at social media, you probably didn’t realizethat Aug. 6 marks National Sisters Day, but Ivanka Trump tweeted a photothat