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Why scientists say experiencing awe can help you live your best life

Why scientists say experiencing awe can help you live your best life

Psychologists say the emotion of awe plays a big role in our health, happiness and wellbeing. And you don't need to witness a supermoon to experience it.
'Are you gay, though?' Video shows man throwing punch in possible bias attack

'Are you gay, though?' Video shows man throwing punch in possible bias attack

Police in Salt Lake City have identified the suspect and said the caught-on-camera attack is “being investigated as a possible hate crime."
Trump disputes report about call with Whitaker over probe into hush money payments

Trump disputes report about call with Whitaker over probe into hush money payments

Reports also say the FBI sought to preserve evidence in the Russia probe shortly after bureau Director James Comey was fired.
Nearly two dozen New York co-workers claim $437M Mega Millions jackpot

Nearly two dozen New York co-workers claim $437M Mega Millions jackpot

A group of 23 co-workers in Long Island claimed the largest jackpot in New York Lottery history — one totaling $437 million! The group claimed the prize Tuesday for the Jan. 1 Mega Millions drawing.
Fake milk is real news, as synthetic alternatives threaten traditional dairy farms

Fake milk is real news, as synthetic alternatives threaten traditional dairy farms

To prevent consumers from becoming confused between regular milk and plant-based milk, dairy farmers are asking the FDA to enforce the definition of milk as “lacteal secretion from milking one or more
Don Newcombe, trailblazing Brooklyn Dodgers pitching great, dies at 92

Don Newcombe, trailblazing Brooklyn Dodgers pitching great, dies at 92

He was among the first group of African-American players to break Major League Baseball's color barrier.
Woman at Mexican restaurant swears at Spanish-speaking manager

Woman at Mexican restaurant swears at Spanish-speaking manager

A white woman eating at a Mexican restaurant in West Virginia insulted the manager after she heard him speak Spanish.
Police get tip Jussie Smollett, brothers were together night of alleged attack

Police get tip Jussie Smollett, brothers were together night of alleged attack

Someone reported seeing the trio together the night of the attack, but police said they have not confirmed that account.
Police discount tip that Smollett, 2 brothers seen together night of alleged attack

Police discount tip that Smollett, 2 brothers seen together night of alleged attack

"A tip this morning about a sighting at the residential towers of individuals involved in this alleged incident is unfounded," a Chicago police spokesman said.
Justice Ginsburg returns to the Supreme Court after surgery

Justice Ginsburg returns to the Supreme Court after surgery

The 85-year-old justice, who had a portion of one of her lungs removed after cancer was found, asked the first question in a case.
Convicted killer goes on knife attack in France, is gunned down by police

Convicted killer goes on knife attack in France, is gunned down by police

The suspect in the attack in Marseille had previously been behind bars for killing his father, and the incident is not being considered as terrorism.
Smaller tax refunds compound financial worries for Americans with more debt than savings

Smaller tax refunds compound financial worries for Americans with more debt than savings

Experts say evidence that so many Americans are in such a precarious financial state underscores the critical role that tax refunds play in household finances.
Manny Machado reportedly agrees long-term deal with Padres

Manny Machado reportedly agrees long-term deal with Padres

The Padres were a late entrant into the Machado sweepstakes, and the signing represents the biggest single investment in a player in club history.
In federal court, Texas community union takes on Trump on census

In federal court, Texas community union takes on Trump on census

“I know the citizenship question could harm many states, but we will really feel it in South Texas,” said LUPE's Juanita Valdez-Cox.
N.C. election workers admit counting ballots before polls closed

N.C. election workers admit counting ballots before polls closed

Elections officials also said the election was marred by falsified signatures, blank ballots that consultants could complete and disappearing documents.
USA Gymnastics hires NBA exec Li Li Leung as new CEO

USA Gymnastics hires NBA exec Li Li Leung as new CEO

Leung is hired as the organization fights to retain its status as the national governing body for the sport after the Larry Nassar sexual abuse scandal.
Supreme Court staying out of 'Empire' copyright lawsuit

Supreme Court staying out of 'Empire' copyright lawsuit

The Supreme Court will be staying out of the actor Clayton Prince Tanksley's 2016 copyright lawsuit against "Empire" writer-director Lee Daniels.
Trump administration launches global effort to end criminalization of homosexuality

Trump administration launches global effort to end criminalization of homosexuality

The administration is responding in part to a reported hanging of a young gay man in Iran, Trump’s top geopolitical foe.

Married lesbian couple turned away by Indiana tax preparer

"We thought it was just a boring trip to the tax office, but it turned into a lot more than that."
16 states are suing to stop Trump's national emergency. Do they have a chance?

16 states are suing to stop Trump's national emergency. Do they have a chance?

Analysis: California, Colorado and other states are making the case for why they are harmed by diverting federal funding to build a wall.