Sad news, Parks and Recreation: All seven seasons of the popular Amy Poehler series are leaving Netflix at the end of September. And October is only bringing more heartache: Burlesque, Charlotte’s Web, Just Friends, Magic Mike are dipping out of your queues, so get in all those rewatches while you […]

Hunters in Illinois should think safety before, during and after their time in the field this fall and winter as waterfowl, upland game, furbearer, and firearm and archery deer seasons provide ample opportunity to enjoy time in the outdoors in Illinois. “We want to encourage hunters to make safety their […]

At roughly 11:30 a.m. Eastern time on Saturday morning, a weary Wolf Blitzer stared directly into a camera at CNN’s Washington, D.C., studio and announced that the network was finally ready to call the 2020 Presidential race. “After four long, tense days, we’ve reached a historic moment in this election,” […]

It’s now been three days since the Trump Four Seasons (no, not that one) news conference, and we’re still not over it. A refresher: On Saturday, when Joe Biden was projected the election winner and became president-elect, President Donald Trump tweeted that his team would be holding a “big” news […]

The garage-band-style event for Trump’s failed reelection campaign is, naturally, drawing mockery as a symbolic end — in a parking lot, between a sex shop and crematorium. By Natalie Daher Published on 11/9/2020 at 6:27 PM Former New York mayor Rudy Giuliani, a lawyer for President Donald Trump, speaks […]

In January, even before the coronavirus pandemic put the world askew, Jan Tore Jensen noticed some disturbing changes to the rhythms of life in his home city of Oslo, Norway. “The botanical garden in Oslo was opening up. Flowers were blooming, and something was kind of off,” recalls Jensen, head […]