Dodge City Daily Globe - Dodge City, KS
Posted at 9:45 AM

Two-thirds of Americans are overweight or obese. Increasingly, businesses are asking what they can do to fight obesity among their employees, customers, and communities. After all, employers pay for obesity in their health-care costs, so they should have some incentive to figure out solutions.

Updated at 9:35 AM

Remaking a movie as beloved as The Jungle Book is a risky endeavor. But Jon Iron Man Favreau proves emphatically theres no bungle in his Jungle just laughs, tears and overwhelming warmth for the talkative critters who inhabit it.

Updated at 9:15 AM

Stung by a week of criticism by Donald Trump, the Republican National Committee officials swung back at the party's presidential front-runner on Friday, reminding him that rules for selecting convention delegates have been on the books since last...

Posted at 9:00 AM

Diploma season is coming and whether your grad is off to college or the workforce, The List’s Bradley Hasemeyer has three GPS-based gift ideas to help them navigate their way… and for you to be sure they stay on track.

Posted at 9:00 AM

The likely explanation for bed bugs’ resurgence is that they’ve become resistant to the most commonly used insecticides, and now researchers at the University of Sydney in Australia have found that bed bugs’ resistance to bug spray...

Posted at 8:45 AM

Over the course of 17 days, 10,500 athletes from 206 countries will compete for the gold — and if you want in on the action, you need to lock down the trip right now. Here's what you need to know.

Posted at 8:15 AM

As much as airlines make an effort to keep their planes clean, large fleets and short turnaround times simply don't allow them to sanitize every surface. Which leads us to the obvious question: What are the dirtiest places on the plane?

Updated at 7:54 AM

If you didn't watch Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton debate last night, you missed out.

Posted at 7:45 AM

The shedding of emotional tears is unique to humans, but our evolutionary, psychological and biological reasons for "crying it out" remain a mystery.

Posted at 7:45 AM

The List's Bradley Hasemeyer shows you how to work the hot new Pantone colors into your wardrobe, home and even pet accessories. You don't need to be a designer or fashion expert, it's as easy as a trip to the mall.

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