Sean ‘Diddy’ Combs has set up a “curated digital marketplace” for Black business owners in partnership with Salesforce, which will be launched later this year.
Knowing all the PaddleHeads endured during the pandemic makes them even easier to pull for this spring.
Gov. Greg Gianforte indicated in his veto letter that he believed the fees in HB 188 were too high.
We are in the prime of Miss Jean Smart.
The owner of a California bar was arrested on suspicion of selling made-to-order fake COVID-19 vaccination cards to several undercover state agents.
Senate Bill 269, sponsored by Sen. Brian Hoven, R-Great Falls, cleared the House with bipartisan support earlier this week.
The amendment, which passed the Senate Finance and Claims Committee on a party-line vote Thursday, generated plenty of disagreement among lawmakers.
James Corden has hit out at plans to launch a European Super League.
NYC-based designer, stylist, and vintage hunter @pamellabonde documented a perfectly 50s-style pink tiled bathroom. The owners of the home show in the video chose to keep the bathroom aligned with the era by complimenting the pink tile with a gold lamé wallpaper and some classic floral paintings.
Opinion: Why can’t those who own guns and know the most about them take responsibility for ensuring they're used safely and without malicious intent?
Episode 11: Scott Rada and Richard Kyte talk about how their different life experiences frame how they each look at firearm safety. Later, they discuss a recent poll that shows most Americans no longer belong to a church.
Virus updates: Many businesses are still keeping mask rules in place; the Texas Rangers played Monday with the first U.S. full capacity crowd in a year; and more.
Q: The siding of my home is inside my neighbor’s yard. He put up a big shed very close to my siding. How can I get my neighbor to comply with setback rules to have him move his shed and other things that are up against my siding wall?
Andrea Lessing had seen a lot of unique donations in her time as an Oklahoma Goodwill employee, but none nearly as valuable as $42,000 in cash.
This puzzle toy is ideal for intelligent breeds who need a mental and physical challenge. Treats can be hidden under the bone pieces, and the toy is suitable for all ages and breeds. It’s easy to maintain between play sessions, but owner supervision is essential, especially with “chewers.”
Larger dogs with strong fetching urges will enjoy this iFetch machine, and their owners will enjoy watching the fun. Dogs can learn to load it, but the balls can jam unexpectedly. You can adjust the throwing distance on the nearly silent launcher, and get 250 tosses per full charge. It’s on the expensive side.
By the time the Legislature convened in January, with a Republican-dominated House and Senate and the first GOP governor in 16 years, one of its top priorities was to limit the power of local and state officials to alter the lives of their constituents in the name of public health.
TikTok user @chelsychristina, the small business owner behind Mindful Goods, knows a thing or two about selecting sustainable products. In her video “5 Things I Don’t Buy Anymore,” the eco-conscious creator breaks down low waste swaps for common household items, from using rags or bamboo toilet paper instead of paper towel and tissue to eliminating disposable makeup wipes by swapping for reusable cotton rounds.