• Malixi’s LPGA bid gets going in New Jersey

    RIANNE MALIXI launches her drive in the inaugural Mizuho Americas Open against Gianna Clemente and Alice Zhao Thursday expecting a tough challenge not just from the top 2-ranked players in the American Junior Golf Association (AJGA) but also from playing conditions at the Liberty National Golf Club in New Jersey.

  • DeSantis’s hard-right brand faces test in New Hampshire

    Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis is facing a test of his hard-right political brand in New Hampshire, one that requires him to strike a more moderate tone on some of the cultural issues that have come to define his rise to prominence. Since launching his presidential bid last week, DeSantis has leaned into his credentials as

  • New faces, new foods at Rochester Farmers Market

    Food writer Holly Ebel says if you're looking for something homegrown and homemade right from the Rochester area, the Rochester Farmers Market has a variety of foods already sprouting.

  • Get the new ABC30 mobile app to get breaking news alerts, stream live

    Get breaking news alerts and watch live newscasts with the new ABC30 mobile app.

  • Spain’s deputy prime minister registers new leftist party Unite in bid to save beleaguered left-wing parties

    SPAIN’S Deputy Prime Minister and Labor Minister Yolanda Diaz has officially registered as a political party ahead of the snap general elections that will be held on July 23. Her objective is for the new group, which translates as ‘Unite’, to absorb parties from Spain’s splintered left wing as well as leftist groups from civil […]

  • New York ex-con released back onto the streets after rape, murder of 10-year-old faces new charges: report

    An ex-convict on lifetime parole for the rape and murder of a child in 1987 was on the streets after another arrest last year and is now charged for another sexual assault.

  • Faces Are Subject of New Book

    The British rock legends are the subject of 'Tell Everyone - A People's History of the Faces' that tells their story in the words of over 500 fans

  • Jahangir Tareen's new party name 'emerges'

    The name of Jahangir Tareen’s new political party ’emerged’ on Sunday, ARY News reported, quoting sources. Sources privy to the development said three names for the new political party of Jahangir Tareen, former PTI secretary general are under consideration. A majority of the members have suggested Jahangir Tareen to announce a new political party under […]

  • Acrimony grips GOP primary in New Jersey

    Republicans in the 26th Legislative District are headed into an acrimonious primary on Tuesday headlined by former running mates whose tense relationship predates the 2021 race that pushed one of them out of office. Incumbent Assemblymen Jay Webber and Brian Bergen — Morris County Republicans, and two of the Assembly’s most conservative members — face a challenge from former Parsippany Mayor Robert Peluso and ex-Assemblywoman BettyLou DeCroce, who lost her seat in the Legislature after...

  • Get ready for a new Ashley McBryde album

    "The Devil I Know" is McBryde's fourth major label release and the follow-up to "Lindeville," which was something of a concept album about a fictional town full of colorful characters.

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    Want to understand your adolescent? Get to know their brain

    For parents of teenagers, adolescence can be challenging, but to a brain scientist it's a time of breathtaking development. And it's a "window of opportunity" on the way to becoming an adult.

  • BLM needs to lay out what it wants new land rule to do

    Citizens in a democracy should be skeptical when any government agency says it needs a new rule, especially when it says the rule won't interfere with existing rights or uses but will "enhance" the agency's efficiency and decision-making consistency. Why does an agency need a new rule to be efficient? Why does an agency need a new rule to make science-informed decisions? A recent rule salvo from a federal agency is the Bureau of Land Management (BLM's) proposed "Public Lands Rule." The BLM...