White House event celebrating Women's History Month

Women's History Month celebrates 'women who tell our stories'

A week-long national celebration of women started in 1982. It was extended to a month-long event five years later.

 | Scripps News Staff

Leonardo DiCaprio attends the world premiere of "Don't Look Up" at Jazz at Lincoln Center

Why are age-gap relationships controversial?

A study by professors at Emory University found couples 10 or more years apart were 39% more likely to divorce than a couple a year apart.

 | Scripps News Staff

Man sitting alone on a bench at the beach.

Study shows young men are more likely than young women to be single

More than 60% of American men ages 18-29 report being single, compared to just 34% of women, according to a study by Pew Research Center.

 | Gage Jackson

A woman shops for groceries

Pandemic-era SNAP benefits end as millions face rising costs

This month, people receiving SNAP benefits will begin getting the amount they received prior to the pandemic.

 | Scripps News Staff and Clayton Sandell

An American Airlines plane heads toward the runway at Newark Liberty International Airport.

DOT to help customers find airlines that offer free family seating

President Biden wants companies to get rid of "junk fees," which he says includes charging more for families to sit together on planes.

 | Scripps News Staff

Ukrainian refugee Kate Pozdniakova at AK Cafe in Clifton, New Jersey.

A year after leaving Ukraine, humanitarian refugee reflects on life

Kate Pozdniakova left everything behind last year in Ukraine with an uncertain future in New Jersey.

 | Mary Chao

A payment screen allowing a customer to choose a tip amount.

Tipping fatigue: Are requests for tips getting out of control?

Digital "point of sale" cash registers spin around and requests tips on so many purchases. Do you really have to tip every time?

 | John Matarese

MSCHF's Big Red Boot is shown.

The big red rubber boots aren't just a one-off trend

Cartoon boots have been making a splash, and the trend is evidence of even more fantasy blending with reality.

 | Cat Sandoval

Art curator Melissa Wolfe

How do we value art?

How much do you think the Andy Warhol painting of Marilyn Monroe sold for at auction last year? A record-breaking $195 million.

 | Emily Grossberg

Boston's Logan International Airport

FAA investigating another close call with major airline at US airport

The Federal Aviation Administration has been investigating multiple close calls at U.S. airports involving major airlines.

 | Scripps News Staff

Art expert and Co-Chairman of Sotheby's Master Paintings, George Gordon, discusses Portrait of a Man as the God Mars

How do art appraisers place value on artwork?

Art appraisers explain why people spend so much money on artwork, and how they determine its monetary value during a sale.

 | Emily Grossberg and Lauren Magarino

Great Smoky Mountains National Park

What are the most visited US National Park attractions?

The U.S. National Park Service released 2022 data showing which of its attractions were the most popular last year.

 | Scripps News Staff

Cellphone with a scam alert.

Why Americans are losing more to scams

There was a 30% increase in the amount lost by Americans to scams in 2022. Younger adults were also more likely to be victimized by investment scams.

 | Justin Boggs

Airplane in the air.

Are airfare price increases leveling off?

An expert says now might be the best time to shop for summer airfare.

 | Scripps News Staff

Canned shrimp recall.

Kawasho Foods USA Inc. recalls canned shrimp product for leaking

The company recalled cans of Geisha shrimp because the product was swelling, bursting and leaking, the FDA said in a release.

 | Scripps News Staff

Erythritol, a sugar replacement

Sweetener erythritol linked to stroke, heart attack, study finds

New research shows that sugar replacement erythritol, commonly used to sweeten many products, has been linked to hearth attack, stroke and death.

 | Scripps News Staff

Two dolls are shown.

How toy designers are improving diversity in dolls through hair

Making Black hair more visible in society is the first step in ending its scrutiny, and some designers are trying to foster that in dolls.

 | Amber Strong

Travelers at an airport

US grants almost $1 billion to improve airports

The Federal Aviation Administration is focusing grant money on nearly 100 U.S. airport improvement projects.

 | Scripps News Staff

Employees in the office

Why are office dress codes changing?

The trend gained traction in recent years as employees shift back from Zoom meeting leisure to the office.

 | Melina Chalkia

Heinz Ketchup bottles on display at a store

Heinz locates man who survived on ketchup while stuck at sea

Heinz launched a social media campaign to help locate Elvis Francois after learning he survived on ketchup while stuck at sea for 24 days.

 | Scripps News Staff

The Porter family with their new baby

'How does this happen?': Baby born on side of Utah interstate

The Porter family was on the way to the hospital when Lindsey couldn't wait any longer and gave birth.

 | Scripps News Staff

Doctor writing on paper and typing on a calculator.

Americans cite high costs as barrier to getting health care

If you were hit with a sudden medical bill, what could you afford? For many Americans, $249 is the limit.

 | Scripps News Staff

Jacqueline Benitez pushes her cart down an aisle at a grocery store.

US ending extra food stamp benefits that started during COVID

For the average food stamps recipient, the change will mean about $90 less per month in grocery assistance, though for many, it could be much more.

 | AP and Scripps News Staff

A couple and a child sit outside a home.

Family moves into dream rental home, finds it's a scam

A couple with children found the perfect rental home, and started moving in, only to learn the home wasn't really available to rent.

 | John Matarese

Birthday cakes

12 stores that will give you free things on your birthday

There are a handful of national restaurant chains and retailers that give out free things for birthdays.

 | Kaitlin Gates

Super Nintendo World

Universal to open its 3rd Super Nintendo World at Orlando resort

Super Nintendo World in Orlando will be the third in the world, with the first one in Japan and the second in California.

 | Kaitlin Gates

A JetBlue Airbus flies over a pair of Southwest Airlines' jets from Bob Hope Airport in Burbank, Calif.

NTSB investigates runway close call at Southern California airport

This is the fourth time a runway incident with a commercial airliner has been placed under investigation with the NTSB since the start of this year.

 | Scripps News Staff

Fresh Start Registry co-founders Olivia Howell and Genevieve Dreizen

Sisters start a company to help support those going through a divorce

The platform allows users to create a registry, powered by Amazon, for items they need after a divorce or other major life change.

 | Chloe Nordquist

Credit card being scanned.

More Americans say they have more credit card debt than savings

More Americans say they would rely on credit cards in case of a sudden emergency than on personal savings.

 | Justin Boggs

Mr. James working a shift at the high school.

80-year-old janitor couldn't afford rent, students come to his rescue

80-year-old Mr. James needed help making ends meet after his rent increased. Students at a Texas high school wanted to help.

 | Justin Boggs