While the phrase "ghost kitchen" may conjure up images of haunted houses, the reality is a bit more mundane.
At the start of the pandemic, many analysts believed that the prices of owner-occupied housing would be heavily affected. After all, owner-occupation is a market and is influenced by the economy.
The biannual U.S. Catholic bishops' meeting received more than its usual attention this June due to one particular item on its agenda: a proposed document on the Sacrament of the Eucharist.
The United States and Mexico are tussling over their dwindling shared water supplies after years of unprecedented heat and insufficient rainfall.
Like humans, trees need water to survive on hot, dry days, and they can survive for only short times under extreme heat and dry conditions.
With COVID-19 vaccines working and restrictions lifting across the country, it's finally time for those now vaccinated who've been hunkered down at home to ditch the sweatpants and reemerge from their Netflix caves. But your brain may not be so eager to dive back into your former social life.
As North America enters its peak summer growing season, gardeners are planting and weeding, and groundskeepers are mowing parks and playing fields. Many are using the popular weed killer Roundup, which is widely available.
The Supreme Court tossed out a California law requiring nonprofits to report their major donors to state officials.
Sneezing is a phenomenon that occurs in both people and animals.
Arizona may keep two voting laws that Republicans say protect election integrity and Democrats believe will make it harder for some residents to cast ballots.