HuffPost is an American news aggregator and blog, with localized and international editions. It has been described as mostly liberal or liberal-leaning. The site offers news, satire, blogs, and original content and covers politics, business, entertainment, environment, technology, popular media, lifestyle, culture, comedy, healthy living, women's interests, and local news featuring columnists.
University of California schools have announced they will no longer require SAT or ACT test scores for admission to their schools. The university school system voted unanimously to gradually eliminate..
Every summer, algal blooms blanket parts of the Antarctica Peninsula's coast. Now, researchers say those blooms are likely to expand as climate change continues and Earth becomes progressively warmer...
Spring and summer are usually filled with important milestone events, like vacations, graduations and weddings. But in 2020, the coronavirus pandemic turned the world upside down and millions of such..
Americans housebound by the COVID-19 pandemic have turned to all sorts of new hobbies to pass the time away. Some have gotten into bread baking, tie-dyeing, home improvement, or gardening. But HuffPost..
With schools across the United States closed due to the coronavirus pandemic, many wonder what will happen in the fall. According to HuffPost, many educators and experts are speculating that school may..
In the wake of the novel coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic, more funerals are taking place in the digital world. An online funeral may be a half-measure, but it provides at least some form of closure for..
According to the Huff Post, Anderson Cooper's former partner, Benjamin Maisani will co-parent Anderson's new son, Wyatt. Wyatt Morgan was born via surrogate on April 27. Cooper and Maisani were at his..
Northern Ireland's Democratic Unionist Party will not support Prime Minister Boris Johnson's Brexit deal if he has to make more concessions to the European Union to get it done, the HuffPost reported.. Reuters - Published
A Mississippi professor alleges in the suit that he was defamed because of false assertions that he, while a student attending the same high school as Brett Kavanaugh, helped supply illegal drugs.
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