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A hot trend that’s floating around in the interior design world is open shelving. So, get ready to go bold with your shelving and showcase your travel f...

The vice president's wife will return to a Virginia school that bars employees from engaging in homosexual "sexual activity” or condoning “transgender identity.”

Ubisoft has announced that the private beta for Tom Clancy’s The Division 2 will begin in early February.

NetherRealm Studios will pull back the curtain on Mortal Kombat 11 gameplay very, very soon, and you'll be able to watch the reveal live on IGN.

Tom Anderson Real Estate
70 Acres, “Elsberry”, Lincoln County, MO
55 Acres Open/Woods Pasture
Well, Electric, and Phone
70 Acres, “Elsberry”, Lincoln County, MO Set in the Rolling Hills of “Elsberry,” MO lies this 70 acres. The property features 55 acres open/wooded pasture and 15 acres of woods. The acreage boasts ridgetop views of the rolling country side, as well as a dry water branch running…

Check out our exclusive clip from YouTube's Wayne, produced by the writers of Deadpool.

Many of the characters in the upcoming Captain Marvel film have received new posters and, thankfully, Goose the cat is one of them.

Jason Reitman has been working on a surprise Ghostbusters sequel for some time, and it has just gotten its first teaser trailer.

Ethika is a brand comprised of athletes, artists, musicians, friends and most importantly, our Familie. Familie Flex is a carefully curated playlist that includes musicians that have been featured on our past RGB Mixtape Projects, friends of the brand and songs that inspire our everyday work life.

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IoT is a vast opportunity but it also brings vast risk. Let’s look at 3 pillars of the comprehensive security approach necessary to make the IoT safe for business.

Boutique investment funds need to leverage collective brainstorming, expertise, and tenacity of people to give life and leverage to data and delivers deals.

Every organization strives to keep data secure. However, in light of the frequency of successful cyberattacks and the often less-than-forthright acknowledgment of such attacks by major organizations, governments have stepped in to implement data processing and privacy regulations which impose severe penalties for violations

LOS ANGELES >> Los Angeles school administrators urged the union to resume bargaining as thousands of teachers walked picket lines for a second day today, joined for the first time by some of their counterparts from independent charter schools.

SAN JOSE, Calif. >> Two cats are living large at a $1,500-a-month studio apartment their owner rents for them in Silicon Valley, where a housing shortage has sent rents skyrocketing.

I read about the marked crosswalk being removed in Hawaii Kai and the fatal accident (“Hawaii Kai crosswalk was mistakenly removed near fatal accident,” Star-Advertiser, Jan. 9). This is a senseless loss of life.

Iolani Palace State Monument will begin closing its doors at 6 p.m. starting Feb. 1, the Department of Land and Natural Resources announced today, citing nighttime vandalism and vagrancy.

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U.S. Rep. Tulsi Gabbard is aggressive and ambitious (“Gabbard takes aim at Hirono, other Democratic colleagues” (Star-Advertiser, Jan. 10).

HAGATNA, Guam >> Guam’s Catholic Church filed for bankruptcy Wednesday, a move that will allow the archdiocese to avoid trial in dozens of child sexual abuse lawsuits and enter settlement negotiations.

Supreme Court Justices heard arguments Tuesday afternoon in a challenge over the East Honolulu District 4 council seat.

Punahou School and University of Oregon alum DeForest Buckner of the San Francisco 49ers will make his first Pro Bowl appearance, the NFL announced today.

INDIANAPOLIS (AP) Indiana has its sights set on the top of the Eastern Conference standings.

Where did the money come from? That's the question Honolulu police commissioners asked when then police Chief Louis Kealoha was paid $250,000 to retire.