On today's daily podcast: The latest on the Israel-Hamas war, gas prices have improved since September andÂ Sports Illustrated is the latest media company struggling withÂ artificial intelligence.
Sports Illustrated is the latest media company to see its reputation damaged by being less than forthcoming â€” if not outright dishonest â€” about who or what is writing its stories at the dawn of the artificial intelligence age.
A U.S. military Osprey aircraft carrying six people crashed Wednesday off southern Japan, killing at least one, coast guard officials said. Here's more on that, plus today's other top stories, celebrity birthdays and a look back at this date in history.
A crew member who was recovered from the ocean after a U.S. military Osprey aircraft carrying six people crashed Wednesday off southern Japan has been pronounced dead. Japanese coast guard officials say the cause of the crash and the status of the five others on the aircraft were not immedia…
Pope Francis has presided at his weekly audience with the public at the Vatican. But the pontiff said that heâ€™s still unwell and asked aides to read speeches for him on Wednesday, a day after canceling an overseas trip. Francis will turn 87 on Dec. 17. Â He coughed during general audience, bu…
Hunter Biden has offered to testify publicly before Congress, striking a defiant note in response to a subpoena from Republicans. President Joe Biden's son slammed the subpoenaâ€™s request for closed-door testimony, saying it can be manipulated. But Rep. James Comer of Kentucky, the chairman o…
Forty-one construction workers have been rescued from a collapsed tunnel in northern India where they had been stranded the last 17 days. The rescue on Tuesday was a happy ending to an ordeal that had gripped the country and required a massive rescue operation that overcame several setbacks. Locals, relatives and government officials erupted in joy and set off firecrackers as the elated workers walked out after receiving a brief checkup by doctors. Prime Minister Narendra Modi spoke to some of the rescued workers over the phone. He praised their courage and the rescue effort and said they were an inspiration to everyone.
A person with knowledge of the talks says Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban is working on a deal to sell a majority stake in the NBA franchise to the family that runs the Las Vegas Sands casino company. The agreement would be in the valuation range of $3.5 billion and take weeks for the league to process. Cuban would retain control of basketball operations in the deal. The family of Miriam Adelson, widow of billionaire casino magnate Sheldon Adelson, has announced it's selling $2 billion of her shares to buy an unspecified professional sports team.
The towering National Christmas Tree in front of the White House was toppled amid heavy wind gusts just days before it was scheduled to be lit.
LeBron James never endured a lopsided basketball defeat like the one he suffered with Los Angeles in Philadelphia. Find out more on that and other trending news here.
Hamas has freed 12 hostages and Israel has released 30 Palestinian prisoners on the fifth day of a fragile cease-fire in the Gaza war. Mediators are meeting in Qatar in hopes of extending the truce, which is due to end after one more exchange Wednesday night. Israel said 10 of its citizens and two Thai nationals were freed by Hamas and returned to Israel Tuesday evening. Soon after, Israel released the Palestinian prisoners. The truce has enabled humanitarian aid to flow into Gaza. The United States urged Israel to better protect Palestinian civilians in Gaza if it follows through on its promise to resume the war.
Over the years these cars have gotten bigger and so has their cost to the climate in the form of increasing carbon dioxide emissions.
California-based homebuilder Veev had hoped the construction of more modular homes would help tackle the nationâ€™s chronic housing shortage, but will shut down after its latestÂ investor funding fell through.
The Casino Reinvestment Development Authority approved a new budget for the Special Improvement Division, which increases authority spending and keeps the assessment on commercial properties stable.
About two years after the demolition of the city's former firehouse, Cape May officials and firefighters plan to cut the ribbon on a new fire station at 712 Franklin St.
Passengers will have a chance to weigh in on proposed fare changes for the Cape May-Lewes Ferry in a virtual meeting planned for 6:30 p.m. Dec. 6.
Dollar General Corp. has agreed to pay $1.2 million to settle allegations by state retail regulators that the company sold items at higher values than their listed prices, the Attorney General's Office said Tuesday.
A man has been charged with murder in the shooting deaths of three people in a New ¾ÅÐãÖ±²¥ residence.
Officials say eight firefighters were injured battling a Thanksgiving night fire that displaced more than a dozen residents in West New York, New ¾ÅÐãÖ±²¥.
A Barnegat ¾ÅÐãÖ±²¥ man has been ordered held until trial in the murder of his parents, the Ocean County Prosecutor's Office said Monday.
A bomb threat resulted in the evacuation of the Stafford ¾ÅÐãÖ±²¥ Motor Vehicle Commission office and neighboring businesses Monday afternoon, police said.
Saturday marked 32 years since Mark Himebaugh, then 11, went missing from the Del Haven section of Middle ¾ÅÐãÖ±²¥ in 1991.
A motorcyclist was seriously injured after colliding with an intoxicated driver Saturday evening, Egg Harbor ¾ÅÐãÖ±²¥ police said.
Political organizer Craig Callaway was not present on the first day of a trial in a case seeking to overturn the election results in Atlantic Cityâ€™s 2nd Ward because heÂ has evaded being served a subpoena, attorneys for Viana Bailey said Tuesday.
Atlantic County Clerk Joe Giralo said Monday he has certified the results of the Nov. 7 general election, making them official.
The Egg Harbor ¾ÅÐãÖ±²¥ Committee will decide next month whether to accept a donation of multiple parcels of land, totaling 525 acres, in the vicinity of Broadway Avenue behind the Harbor Square shopping center.
Sean Pattwell could be on his way out from the Casino Reinvestment Development Authority, less than two years after taking the job as executive director, sources familiar with the situation said.