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While the images it produces can be pretty cool and amusing, see why using this app can be a big danger to your personal data and images.

Some 4.8 million people spread over 3,700 villages across the state are still affected by the floods.

Hammond graduate talks about why he transferred from North Carolina to South Carolina

The daughter of the late Sen. John McCain and host of "The View" spoke about her miscarriage and conveyed how common they are.

Since the search began, many have been divided over the selection process. The school board voted on Friday to approved Robert Caslen as USC's 29th president

The most popular image for the 2020 Olympics logo is actually the wrong one.

You'd think after the claims the moon landing was a Hollywood shoot were debunked that would've been the end of it. These claims show that's not the case.

Media members in South Carolina made their picks on the last day of SEC Media Days.

A letter sent to 1,000 parents in Pennsylvania said unpaid bills could lead to dependency hearings and removal of their children for not providing them with food.

A Midwest heat wave is stirring safety concerns about whether water bottles left in a car could start a fire.

Starting Friday night, the National Air and Space Museum is projecting a 17 minute show of the Apollo 11 launch onto the side of the Washington Monument.

Last week, members of Sumter's SART team renewed their commitment to help victims of sexual trauma.

The Urban Institute evaluates the effectiveness and sustainability of providing housing and services to high-need families in the child welfare system. The report shows that demonstration sites were largely successful and were able to maintain the key components of the program efficiently.

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As digital and in-store experiences begin to blur into one another, opportunities are still abundant for retailers to be forward-thinking with their operations.

Toledo, Ohio recently joined the growing number of nationwide jurisdictions to pass local ordinances prohibiting employers from asking applicants for...

Governor DeWine Signs ‘Student-Focused’ Ohio Budget into Law
Chancellor cites increase in scholarships, need-based aid for students among key budget strengths
COLUMBUS, Ohio (2019-07-18) —
Ohio Governor Mike DeWine signed into law Ohio’s new biennial operating budget today. Chancellor Randy Gardner calls the new budget student focused and a positive investment in Ohio’s future
“After 33 years in the General Assembly and 16 budgets, this may…

Summary of H.R.1327 - 116th Congress (2019-2020): Never Forget the Heroes: James Zadroga, Ray Pfeifer, and Luis Alvarez Permanent Authorization of the September 11th Victim Compensation Fund Act

Just as we had feared, the drive to replenish the September 11th Victim Compensation Fund has stalled in the Senate, held up in the name of “fiscal responsibility.” The House last week voted 402-12…