Horoscopes article page seems dysfunctional - why is it dominating in Eastern Standard Time Zones?
I really like to read the Greek horoscope items located on AOL.com Home page. I like to read them for observation, relaxation and reflection after a very long work day and work week! When I select a Greek sign only a a portion of the horoscope - kind of like a really good blurb written on the back of a really good novel you cannot wait to tear through - appears on the AOL.com home page so just a sensational bit can be read. In order to read the full Greek horoscope article, I click on the read full horoscope button. (So far this is not a problem. I was just trying to describe how I have been accessing pages in AOL.com today. )
Strangely though, I noticed that the date changes on the full horoscope article page. Not only is the date changing, but so are the contents of the horoscope information being routed. So I get to read a really great blurb of a partial Greek horoscope on the Aol.com Home Page (aka West Coast) and then I cannot read the rest because it shows me a different article for the same sign but on a different day with different contents (aka East Coast). Today's date is 1-18-2019 for me on the West Coast in the state of California at 9:41 p.m. according to my computer's date and time. When I read the full horoscope page the date and time on that AOL.com page is now showing as 1-19-2019 (FYI. It is already midnight on the East Coast in New York City!). Why is the date off and why are the contents changing? Is there a way to correct this?