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USA Today’s Junius Randolph uses past experiences to explain his views on texting somebody you’re interested in after the first date.
The White House confirmed the death of American aid worker Kayla Jean Mueller on Tuesday, four days after Islamic State militants claimed she had been killed by Jordanian airstrikes in Syria.
No one seems to be on Nationwide's side after a "dead kid" commercial left viewers feeling sad -- and a little angry.
We think of Disneyland as the most magical place on earth. Now, it’s also known as ground zero for a measles outbreak. USA TODAY's Carly Mallenbaum talks about how easy measles can spread.
There were no immediate accurate estimates for how much this most recent storm has cost the government, local businesses and individuals, but many feel it was better to be safe than sorry when decisions were made to shut things down.
There have been at least 15 tweeted bomb threats in the past three days, leading to flight evacuations and cancellations around the country. Officials are investigating the incidents by tracking online footprints of people tweeting the bomb threats.
USA TODAY's Desair Brown explains that today is the White House's second annual virtual Big Block of Cheese Day where members of the administration will answer your questions about the President's State of the Union address.
Today the White House released one of its most anticipated guest lists this morning…who will be sitting with First Lady Michelle Obama during the State of the Union speech tomorrow night.
Thanks to a snoozing security guard, three rhinos escaped from the Israeli Safari Zoo. They rhinos are safely back at the zoo....without the company of the security guard.
While aboard the International Space Station, European Space Agency astronaut Alexander Gerst compiled 12,500 photos into a stunning piece of video chronicling his five month stay.