Julia Zorthian

Electricity at Atlanta's Hartsfield-Jackson International was out for nearly 11 hours on Sunday
Graydon Carter is stepping down as the editor of Vanity Fair after 25 years at the magazine, it was revealed in an interview published Thursday
Bush Brothers & Company issued a voluntary recall on three types of their baked beans after discovering “potentially defective side seams” on the cans.
Alcohol consumption data for 2016 is in — and Americans are definitely turning to the bottle.
The study, published in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, looked at potato consumption in 4,400 older people between ages 45 and 79 over the course of eight years. By the end of the study, 236 people had died.
A reddit user posted a photo of the setup on Monday and answered questions about the NES Classic experience
“Think of Donald Trump as the Martin Luther King of health care,” political commentator Jeffrey Lord said on CNN
A woman lost her balance and fell 60 feet from underneath California’s highest bridge while trying to take a selfie
Boaty McBoatface isn’t just a silly name the Internet thought up last year during a public campaign to rename a British ship: Now, it’s a yellow submarine that is tasked with finding out what kind of effect global warming is having on oceans