Time /
Apollo 8 Astronauts Reflect on Historic Moon Voyage 50 Years Later

"I’m still trying to figure out who took that picture"

NY Times /
The Best Poetry of 2018

The Book Review’s poetry columnist, David Orr, picks 10 collections worth your attention.

NY Times /
What We Know About Diet and Weight Loss

After decades of research, there are shockingly few firm conclusions.

NY Times /
‘Stranger Things’ News, Beyoncé and More: 5 Things in Pop Culture Today

What you need to know from Monday’s TV, music and movie news.

NBC /
Why we get a surge of energy before a vacation — and how to recreate it

A dose of dopamine is the reason you breeze through your to-do list before a vacation. Here's how to recreate the surge of motivation.

NBC /
Need health insurance? Obamacare enrollment ends Dec. 15

Wider availability of short-term plans and the elimination of the penalty are two big changes that have set this year’s apart from past sign-up ...

NY Times /
Album Review: XXXTentacion Left Splinters Amid the Wreckage on ‘Skins’

The singer and rapper was known for blending genres and channeling disaffection. His first posthumous album is a threadbare version of the work that made him famous.

NBC /
Here's why the CDC says not to eat cookie dough

Even egg-free cookie dough isn't safe because raw flour carries germs, too.

NY Times /
Skin Deep: Felicity Jones on Becoming Ruth Bader Ginsburg

Find out the actress’s beauty tips, and how she transformed into the Supreme Court justice for “On the Basis of Sex.”

NY Times /
What’s on TV Monday: ‘My Brilliant Friend’ and ‘Pentatonix: A Not So Silent Night’

Catch the season finale of “My Brilliant Friend” on HBO, and watch Pentatonix’s Las Vegas holiday musical special on NBC.

Fox News /
Half-century-old VW Beetle found and fixed up

Talk about an extended warranty.

USA Today /
Once an ignored end of a workout, stretching is the whole point of this fitness trend

Fitness classes that focus on stretching have gained popularity nationally. How much would you pay to have someone help you ...

Fox News /
Pennsylvania woman gives birth in Taco Bell parking lot: 'We deserve some nachos out of this'

A Pennsylvania woman gave birth in a Taco Bell parking lot after her new daughter just couldn’t wait to make it to the hospital.

USA Today /
Spice Girl Mel B has surgery after 'severed hand' accident

Spice Girl Melanie Brown has suffered an unexplained injury in New York that required surgery to prevent her from losing her hand.        

USA Today /
Court TV network is being revived after being off the air for a decade

Court TV is being revived, after dying in 2007 when its supply of high-profile trials ended.        

USA Today /
Ellen Pompeo talks race, marriage and reveals she hasn't spoken to Patrick Dempsey since 2015

"I have no hard feelings toward him. He's a wonderful actor..." Ellen Pompeo said of Patrick Dempsey on Monday's "Red Table Talk".        

Fox News /
Woman falls through ceiling looking for Christmas decorations: 'I can laugh about it now'

A poor woman in England suffered an epic Christmas fail on Friday.

VoA /
France’s Yellow Vests Attract Attention of Climate Change Conference

Environment ministers from nearly 200 countries are arriving in the Polish city of Katowice to join haggling over ways to advance the 2015 Paris ...

USA Today /
Watch: 'Family Guy' pays emotional tribute to Carrie Fisher ahead of anniversary of her death

"Family Guy" featured the death of Carrie Fisher's character, paying tribute to the star ahead of the two-year anniversary of her passing.        

ABC /
Slovak hospitals hold new Roma mothers against their will

An AP investigation has found that women and their newborns in Slovakia are often unjustifiably detained in hospitals across the European Union country, breaking its own laws and leaving Roma women vulnerable to racist abuse and physical violence

ABC /
Slovak hospitals hold new Roma mothers against their will

An AP investigation has found that women and their newborns in Slovakia are often unjustifiably detained in hospitals across the European Union country, breaking its own laws and leaving Roma women vulnerable to racist abuse and physical violence

UPI /
Memory tests may forecast Alzheimer's disease, brain atrophy

A couple of memory tests could more accurately detect Alzheimer's in people with memory impairment, a study says.

USA Today /
Mel B says she suffered 'severed' hand, broken ribs in an accident

What happened to Mel B and will she lose her right hand? She says on Instagram she "severed" it in accident but doesn't explain ...

USA Today /
NBC's Pentatonix holiday special teaser

A teaser video provided by NBC to promote their holiday special featuring a cappella group Pentatonix, airing Monday, December ...

USA Today /
'Mortal Engines' star Hera Hilmar wears her heroine's controversial scar proudly

Played by Hera Hilmar, 'Mortal Engines' heroine Hester Shaw reveals a disfiguring and essential scar that has been the cause of some fan ...

Washinton Post /
The one cooking technique that won’t steer you wrong

So many foods benefit from steaming, one of the gentlest and underrated ways to achieve proper doneness.

USA Today /
Yes, there are still things to learn about Churchill, as fine new biography reveals

Andrew Roberts has written an excellent new biography of Winston Churchill called "Churchill: A Walk With Destiny." A 4-star book review.        

NY Times /
Books News: John le Carré’s Next Novel to Land in 2019

“Agent Running in the Field” will feature a 26-year-old character navigating political turmoil in present-day London.

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