For some, October means trips to the apple orchard or pumpkin patch. Hayrack rides and corn mazes. Meanwhile, The more daring look to conquer the city’s scariest haunted houses. All of the decorating and fall festivities can only mean one thing: Halloween is rapidly approaching. Before you and your family dress up in your costumes, take a minute to review these Halloween tips to keep everyone safe.
Less than a week ago, CNN announced that Facebook experienced its “worst hack ever.” In mid-September, Facebook engineers noticed unusual activity on the platform. The cyber attack was the worst the social media site has ever had, affecting more than 50 million users.
Every survivalist knows that the next few months are crucial for preparedness. It’s time to stock food, secure the house and bunker down for snowy months. Here are the five best blogs for you to follow during that time.
Whenever Mother Nature strikes next, whether you are evacuating and moving inland or bunkering down, here are five ways to prepare your home after it’s been storm-guarded.
Slowly the wildfires across the country are being contained and extinguished. Hundreds of Colorado firefighters continue to battle the flames and prevent further evacuations. Thunderstorms in Colorado, as well as Montana, have aided with control efforts.
Gov. Rick Scott of Florida declared a state of emergency Aug. 15 after harmful red algae killed various sea organisms in the region’s waters.
Around the country, students are packing their belongings before heading back to their colleges. Bring out the futons and mattress toppers combined with shower caddies and Old Navy flip flops.
It’s August 1st, and you know what that means. It is officially back to school season. Summer camps are coming to an end and the days of living in a swimsuit by the pool are fleeting. Soon parents will be back to a normal schedule of carpool and soccer practice. Kids are trading in squirt guns and slip-n-slides for yellow binders and red pens.
First, it was romaine lettuce. Now it’s goldfish crackers. The Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has certainly been busy.
Tornadoes, wildfires and hailstorms, oh my. The U.S. has seen its fair share of severe weather over the past few months, but Mother Nature isn’t quite finished. For southwestern states, monsoon season officially began.