Myanmar’s civil war has seen devastating increase in attacks on schools: Researchers

BANGKOK — An intensification of fighting in Myanmar’s civil war has brought a sharp increase in destructive attacks on schools, a group that monitors armed conflict in the Southeast Asian nation said in a report Saturday. Myanmar Witness said the attacks have further strained Myanmar’s already fractured school system, taking away education for millions of … Read more

Soundgarden’s Chris Cornell: A Tribute To A Singular Talent

When Chris Cornell died, the rock’n’roll world lost not only a charismatic frontman, but also one of its most transcendent voices. Listen to the best of Chris Cornell on Apple Music and Spotify. Chris Cornell was undoubtedly one of the most talented and versatile frontmen in the history of rock. The possessor of a remarkable, … Read more

Apple Watch X: Everything We Know About Apple’s Next Smartwatch

Apple’s annual fall event, where new iPhone and Apple Watch models are revealed, is likely just months away. This year marks the 10th anniversary of Apple announcing its first smartwatch, and the company’s popular wrist wearable is rumored to be undergoing a major overhaul to commemorate the occasion.  The Apple Watch X (unofficial name) could … Read more

TikToker’s Hilarious California Pizza Kitchen Mac & Cheese Mishap

Imagine you’re having a tough week and just want to relax with a delicious comfort meal, so you order some mac and cheese from California Pizza Kitchen to be delivered. But when that much-anticipated meal shows up and you take it out of the bag, you realize that something is missing. One TikTok content creator doesn’t … Read more

U.S.-China tensions are not a ‘new Cold War’: Bilahari Kausikan

NEW YORK, NY – SEPTEMBER 19: AMB. Bilahari Kausikan, Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Singapore speaks at The 2017 Concordia Annual Summit at Grand Hyatt New York on September 19, 2017 in New York City. Paul Morigi | Getty Images Entertainment | Getty Images While some may characterize tensions between the U.S. and China as … Read more

Brain Study Suggests We Perceive Time Through Activities, Not By Minutes or Hours

A recent rat-brain study offers insight into how the brain tells time, and its lead researcher believes the findings have practical applications for how we can cope with unpleasant things in life, or make the most of a good time. By monitoring the brain wave activity of rats as they repeated behaviors over the course … Read more

Country Singer Rory Feek Marries His Daughter’s Teacher 8 Years After the Death of His Wife Joey

Rory Feek has remarried nearly a decade after the tragic death of his wife, Joey. The 59-year-old country singer shared on his blog that he and Rebecca tied the knot on July 14 “under a beautiful timber-frame pavilion” in Greycliff, Montana in front of family and friends who made the long trek on short notice. … Read more

Rescuers ‘amazed’ to find missing man alive, needing medical attention near Red River Gorge

A man missing in the Red River Gorge area of the Daniel Boone National Forest was found alive Saturday, two weeks after he was last seen. The Wolfe County Search & Rescue Team said in a Facebook post Saturday afternoon that they were “amazed to report” that Scott Hern was found “alive but in need … Read more

Enough With the Arrogant Attitudes Towards Extreme Heat

This story originally appeared on Vox and is part of the Climate Desk collaboration. A 4-month-old died in Arizona as temperatures climbed into triple digits. A 2-year-old died in a hot car, also in Arizona. At least four people have died from heat-related illnesses in Oregon. One motorcyclist died and others were sickened riding through … Read more

‘Big Brother’ Contestant Berates Housemate Days After Premiere

Play video content CBS “Big Brother” is heating up early this year … ’cause one housemate tore into another just days into the competition — and, people online are loving it. Here’s the deal … season 26 of “Big Brother” premiered on Wednesday, and diehards are obviously watching the 24/7 streams — and, anyone who … Read more