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Watch man catch foul ball at MLB game while feeding baby

Jacob Kingsley made the catch of the night at the Padres-Reds game Tuesday. He doesn't play for either team. → Read More

No winners for Saturday's $409M Powerball jackpot

While nobody won the jackpot Saturday, two people in Arizona and Florida are taking home $1 million. → Read More

One $2 million Powerball ticket sold Wednesday; Jackpot rises to $400 million

Powerball is celebrating its 30th birthday this week. Wednesday marked the second-largest jackpot of the year. → Read More

Did you get a weird message from your own number? Here's what to know.

Did you get a spam text message in the last few days sent from your own phone number? Here's what's going on. → Read More

The IRS may owe you hundreds of dollars from years ago. You have days left to collect.

You may be owed hundreds of dollars by the IRS. But the government is three weeks away from keeping that money for good unless you act. → Read More

Amazon Prime memberships just got more expensive for existing members

Amazon announced an increase for Prime membership fees last month. Here's how much more subscribers will be paying. → Read More

Gas price stimulus checks? Here are 3 bills being proposed

Three proposals for direct payments to Americans due to high gas prices follow similar guidelines to last year's COVID-19 stimulus, with some differences. → Read More

Check your bathroom: This popular brand of moisturizer has just been recalled

The recalled moisturizer may contain a bacteria that can pose a risk to people with weakened immune systems. → Read More

Where all 50 states stand on making daylight saving time permanent

A state-by-state look at the US efforts to 'lock the clock' and end or make daylight saving time permanent so there's no more falling back or springing forward. → Read More

What to know about International Women's Day 2022: Theme, history and more

The 2022 theme for International Women's Day might be why you're seeing photos of crossed arms on social media. → Read More

Reports: Costco membership fees may be going up

Costco last raised membership fees in 2017. A hint was dropped this week that they could be going up again. → Read More

Amazon closing all physical bookstores and 4-star shops

Amazon is shutting down 68 physical stores to focus on other ventures including Whole Foods and Amazon Fresh. → Read More

1st major American bank announces it's eliminating overdraft fees

There's been a push in the past year to eliminate or forgive overdraft and other fees after the banking industry made $15.5 billion off them in 2019 alone. → Read More

10 terms to know about Russia's invasion of Ukraine

As you follow the ongoing situation in Ukraine, here are some terms that may frequently come up. → Read More

Mysterious, translucent glass balls found on far side of moon

Astronauts have found glass spheres on the moon before. But these on the far side present a whole new mystery. → Read More

'There will be no Olympic spirit': Concerns raised about 2026 Winter Olympics plan

The Winter Olympics will return to a location known for its mountain snow in 2026. But how the event is being organized has some skiers concerned. → Read More

Report: Voice actor who gave life to Charlie Brown dies at 65

Peter Robbins was 9 years old when he first voiced Charlie Brown in 1965. → Read More

'Harry Potter' alum to play 'Weird Al' Yankovic in biopic

Yankovic said he expects this is the role the "Harry Potter" star will be remembered for by future generations. → Read More

Delta Air Lines extends deadline to rebook flights for a couple more years

Customers and eCredit holders have until the end of 2023 to rebook their flights into 2024, Delta said. → Read More

180 million-year-old sea dragon skeleton discovered in UK

The creature is an ichthyosaur, a large marine reptile. The skeleton measures around 32 feet long. → Read More