Entertainment 2022-08-25T22:15:48Z

'The Glee Project' stars break down the 'traumatic' kiss orchestrated by a director that led to one contestant quitting and another receiving hate mail for years

Eleven years later, Lindsay Pearce and Cameron Mitchell go behind the scenes of the dramatic stage kiss, what happened after, and why he really quit.
Health 2022-08-24T21:29:15Z

Life expectancy is falling in the US — these maps show how much it has dropped per state

Life expectancy declined in the US and around the world due to the COVID-19 pandemic, as well as an increase in accidental deaths.
Health 2022-08-24T13:16:34Z

Map shows the average life expectancy for people in each state

Hawaii had the highest average life expectancy of any state, and Mississippi had the lowest, according to the CDC report.
News 2022-08-23T15:01:26Z

At least 896 people have been charged in the Capitol insurrection so far. This searchable table shows them all.

Thousands of pro-Trump supporters descended on the US Capitol on January 6, 2021. Over a year later, 896 people have been charged with crimes.
Kitchen 2022-08-23T14:02:26Z

The 5 best dishwashers for sparkling cutlery, glasses, and dinnerware

We talked to experts and spent hours researching dishwashers from Bosch, Miele, GE, Frigidaire, and more. These are the best dishwashers in 2022.
Voices of Color 2022-08-23T12:58:29Z

America's Lost Chinatowns

Stories of Chinatown in the US usually focus only on New York or San Francisco. But for Asian Americans in the country's heartland, these small enclaves are the lifeblood of a community.
Health 2022-08-22T17:56:45Z

What is your risk of catching monkeypox in public? We asked 7 experts to rate different activities, from gym workouts to dance parties

Monkeypox is mostly spreading among men who have sex with men in the current outbreak, and the risk of catching it in other ways is low.
Voices of Color 2022-08-20T11:45:00Z

The Next Generation of Chinatown

Many children of immigrants grew up in their parents' gift shops, tea emporiums, and restaurants. Now, they're taking over their family businesses, adapting and innovating on years of tradition.
Entertainment 2022-08-17T21:27:00Z

A definitive ranking of all the Avengers in the MCU's Infinity Saga, from least to most powerful

We ranked every hero's strength using evidence from the 23 films, from 2008's "Iron Man" to 2019's "Spider-Man: Far From Home."
Travel 2022-08-16T14:43:49Z

Travel guru Rick Steves never checks a bag. Here are the 25 things he always packs in his carry-on.

"I absolutely never check a bag," Steves told Insider. "These days, with all the chaos and frustration at airports, that's more important than ever."
Voices of Color 2022-08-15T16:38:07Z

Massachusetts became the 18th state to outlaw Black hair discrimination. Here's the tangled history of the CROWN Act.

45% of Black school girls have experienced hair discrimination, and Black women are 1.5 times more likely to be sent home from the workplace because of their hair.
Health 2022-08-11T19:42:38Z

3 ways to know if you need a monkeypox vaccine, and how to get one, according to experts

"People who are just concerned" about monkeypox don't qualify for vaccination, and people who were recently infected don't need shots.
Health 2022-08-11T16:47:22Z

The 9 best heat rash treatment methods to soothe irritation

Heat rash can be irritating, but it's not typically dangerous. Here's how to treat it and find relief at home.
Health 2022-08-09T20:37:57Z

There isn't enough monkeypox vaccine to go around — so the FDA is telling doctors to try giving smaller doses

To make the small monkeypox vaccine supply last longer, US officials said they will try "dose-sparing" — sharing one shot among five people.
Entertainment 2022-08-07T10:21:00Z

13 biggest controversies that happened behind the scenes of 'Grey's Anatomy'

From shocking cast exits to the most contentious confrontations on set, here are the 13 biggest controversies in "Grey's Anatomy" history.
Health 2022-08-03T18:54:47Z

The 16 vaccines routinely given to American children — and how long immunity lasts for each

Most children in the United States are routinely vaccinated against 16 diseases. Protection ranges from 6 months to lifelong.
News 2022-08-02T01:53:42Z

A trans woman says in a lawsuit that she was harassed, outed, and fired from Chick-fil-A. The nightmare has only just begun.

Erin Taylor told Insider that the firing has affected her identity, her housing, and her future career prospects.
Home 2022-08-01T20:22:41Z

The 17 best cleaning products for every inch of your house, from your oven to your bathroom floors

We've tested dozens of cleaning products for our buying guides, from mops to vacuums. These are the best for cleaning every room in your home.
Kitchen 2022-08-01T18:39:25Z

I tried 25 olive oils and the best is one you can buy in bulk

A great olive oil is the foundation of any cook's pantry. I tried two dozen olive oils to find the best for all uses.
Voices of Color 2022-07-31T13:50:14Z

From mass weddings to sex rituals, life inside the controversial Unification Church

Grappling with the feeling that they lived double lives, people born into the church tell Insider what it was like to escape and forge new identities for themselves.
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