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People are donating millions of pounds of junk that can't be repaired, repurposed or recycled to Goodwill stores across the country.
A new study found 46% of transplant patients produced no antibodies after either dose of the COVID-19 vaccine.
The country's biggest drug distributors — AmerisourceBergen, Cardinal Health and McKesson — are on trial for their role in creating a deadly opioid crisis in the state.
Many Native American tribal communities are ahead of the rest of the country when it comes to getting vaccinated.
The United Nations' Middle East envoy warned Wednesday that tensions "escalating towards a full-scale war” between Israel and Palestinian militants.
President Biden invited Republican Gov. Spencer Cox to meet with him and five other bipartisan governors Tuesday to talk about how to get more people vaccinated.
The Taliban say they have captured the strategic district of Nerkh near the Afghan capital Kabul after intense clashes.
A global microchip shortage has impacted car production in the U.S., which has led to a shortage of rental cars.
From Virginia to Florida, there are reports of long lines and shuttered gas stations, as drivers go from pump to pump.
Lawmakers are advancing restrictions on voting, transgender athletes, critical race theory and more.
In California, major polluters in the state can pay forest owners to maintain their land in exchange for carbon credits.
Congresswoman Liz Cheney of Wyoming is no longer the GOP conference chair.
And along with a change in demographics, this year also brought a mixed bag of genres.
Two brothers, both Cuban-born musicians, were separated for decades by tensions between the U.S. and Cuba. "Los Hermanos/The Brothers" shows how in recent years, the two have been able to...
In the 1950s and 1960s, neighborhoods of color across the country were often destroyed to make way for new development in American cities.
"Los Hermanos/The Brothers" documents how brothers Ilmar Gavilán and Aldo López-Gavilán came together after being separated for decades by tensions between the U.S. and Cuba.
In Athens, Georgia, former residents of a neighborhood erased by Urban Renewal have won reparations of a sort. Georgia Public Broadcasting's Grant Blankenship reports. And, California's forest offset program has...
House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy has set Wednesday for a vote to remove Rep. Liz Cheney from her No. 3 Republican leadership post.
The pandemic forced the cancelation of the Olympics last year. Sally Jenkins of The Washington Post says Japan should take the same step this year.
The escalation was sparked by soaring tensions in recent weeks.