Putin’s first prime minister and later his opponent has been added to Russia’s ‘foreign agent’ list

MOSCOW (AP) — Russia’s Justice Ministry on Friday added Mikhail Kasyanov, who was President Vladimir Putin’s first prime minister but then became one of his opponents, to its register of “foreign agents.” Russian law allows for figures and organizations receiving money or support from outside the country to be designated as foreign agents, a term … Read more

Arch Manning makes much-anticipated Texas debut against Red Raiders: ‘Crowd was buzzing’

The Texas Longhorns rolled on Friday against Texas Tech, allowing for the highly-anticipated debut of freshman quarterback Arch Manning to take place.  Manning, the nephew of NFL legends Eli and Peyton Manning, entered the game for starting QB Quinn Ewers late in the third quarter with the Longhorns up 50-7 on Texas Tech.  Arch Manning … Read more

5 tools to save your trip after a canceled or delayed flight

Questionable weather and crowded skies are a recipe for delays and cancelations leading into the Thanksgiving holiday. With peak travel days drawing 2.6 to 2.9 million passengers, the busiest being Sunday 11/26 with 22,000 flights, travelers are advised to book early flights and save this list of essentials to have on hand the moment you … Read more

Longtime Bruins, Red Sox broadcaster Tom Larson dead at 84

Lanny Lee Larson, better known by Tom Larson, whose sports broadcasting career spanned nearly four decades, died this week in Virginia, his family confirmed to the Boston Globe. Larson was 84. Larson had previously been diagnosed with cancer.  The former longtime Boston Bruins and Boston Red Sox television host famously vowed to forgo shaving his … Read more

12 must-know tips + Win an iPhone 15

Fun fact: When you set up your iPhone, invisible dots create a detailed map of your face so you can open your phone by looking at it. How many dots are used to map a face? Quiz your friends and family over the holidays. The answer is 30,000. Whoa. I’m giving away an iPhone. Yep, you can … Read more

The goofy truth behind a ‘decades-old’ plane crash site finally revealed

A “decades-old” plane crash site that had stumped Canadian authorities turned out to be a prop used for training by members of Canada’s Civil Air Search and Rescue Association (Casara). Canadian investigators were left stumped after a hunter in British Columbia stumbled upon the remains of an apparent plane crash and reported the findings to … Read more