By Denise Lavoie, Associated Press
So many people look forward to Halloween, but this year is going to be vastly different for many. Parents and governments are weighing whether door-to-door trick-or-treating can safely happen.
By Leanne Italie, Associated Press
What's the difference between Hershey’s milk chocolate bars and Hershey’s Cookies ‘n’ Creme bars? In Illinois tax law, one of them is considered a candy and the other is not.
By Hayes Holderness, The Conversation
The issue has reverberated across social media, from magazine articles about white children wearing Black Panther costumes to protests against costumes that perpetuate Native American stereotypes.
By Terry Tang, Associated Press
Early films like the 1929 "Nosferatu" set the archetype for today's horror movies, said Jacob McMurray, curator for a new exhibit on horror cinema. These classics are guaranteed to send chills down your spine.
By Alison Thoet
By PBS NewsHour
Two years ago, two best friends with Down syndrome came up with an idea that would change their lives. With the dream of making a zombie movie, Sam Suchmann and Mattie Zufelt raised nearly $70,000 in a Kickstarter campaign, and…
In our NewsHour Shares moment of the day, vampire bats may be some of the spookiest species on earth. But the surprisingly social animals make sacrifices to save one another’s lives. We debunk some of the popular myths about these…
By Julia Griffin
The vampire bat is hardly the agent-of-evil its association with Dracula would suggest.
By Andrew Mach
Brazilian Pedro Arruda had an unforgettable lodging experience over the weekend as the lucky winner of a Halloween contest sponsored by home-sharing company Airbnb. The prize? A sleepover in the bowels of Paris, inside the famous catacombs home to the…
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