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Recent articles by Val:

Don't fall for a delivery text scam this Black Friday

You should definitely think twice before you click that "delivery notification" link. → Read More

NASA's moon rocket carries small, important beagle

The beloved cartoon beagle is aboard for NASA's Artemis I mission, which finally launched early Wednesday after three thwarted attempts and some hurricanes. → Read More

Ticketmaster 'urgently working to resolve' issues during Taylor Swift presale

Fans flooded Twitter, sharing screenshots of error messages and asking Ticketmaster for help. → Read More

'I am OK' | Jay Leno seriously burned from gasoline fire

The accident happened Sunday, TMZ said. Jay Leno is in stable condition despite the burns. A health emergency was previously reported. → Read More

Dolly Parton gets $100M award from Jeff Bezos for charity

Parton is the latest recipient of the Bezos Courage and Civility Award, a $100 million prize. → Read More

Powerball winning numbers announced, jackpot tops $2 billion

After a delay, the California lottery announced the winning numbers from Monday's drawing (November 7, 2022) today. The jackpot grew to $2 billion. → Read More

Rebel Wilson announces birth of first baby via surrogate

"I am forever grateful to everyone who has been involved, this has been years in the making," Wilson said. → Read More

'Blood moon' coming soon: Catch the last total lunar eclipse until 2025

What time is the November 2022 blood moon; when and where can I see it? Why is the moon red during a lunar eclipse? What to know about the next blood moon. → Read More

Instagram users flood Twitter, say accounts were suspended

Is Instagram down? Users report problems with IG, saying their accounts were suspended for no reason. Down Detector showed a spike in Instagram outage reports. → Read More

Check out these stunning photos of Tuesday's solar eclipse over Europe

The next total solar eclipse over the U.S. will be in 2024, but there's a similar event much sooner. → Read More

Stunning meteor shower from Halley's Comet to light up night skies

A huge meteor from this long-lasting shower has already startled one major city. → Read More

One classic Halloween costume keeps ruling Google's most-searched list

Google's Frightgeist lists the most popular Halloween costumes this year, including witch, Spider-Man, dinosaur, "Stranger Things," fairy, Harley Quinn and more. → Read More

'I can't go on': Selma Blair leaves 'Dancing with the Stars' over health concerns

In Monday's episode, Blair told Sasha Farber she has to leave the competition because of health concerns related to multiple sclerosis. What is multiple sclerosis? → Read More

No $480M Powerball winners, next jackpot shoots up to $508 million

Powerball's winless streak continues, sending Wednesday's jackpot above the $500 million mark. → Read More

You can now buy hearing aids over-the-counter after FDA rule change

Several major retailers say they're selling the newly allowed OTC aids starting Monday. → Read More

Social Security payments get biggest raise in over 40 years

It's the largest cost of living adjustment since the early 1980s, affecting millions of Americans. But it's tempered by record-high inflation driving up prices. → Read More

'American Idol' runner-up Willie Spence dead at 23

"He was a true talent who lit up every room he entered and will be deeply missed," the show said. → Read More

Student loan forgiveness update: White House unveils application preview

The previewed application appeared to be simple, with supporting documents not required. → Read More

Kohl's, other retailers announce Thanksgiving closures

The holidays are a ways away, but major companies have started sharing their plans. → Read More

What to know about Amazon's Prime Day-like event this week

Budget-conscious customers are expected to do their holiday shopping early this year, and retail giants are taking note. → Read More