Friday, November 20th 2020
The reunion also features a frank conversation between Will Smith and Janet Hubert, a cast member who left the show on bad terms.
As the busy winter lettuce season hits full swing in Yuma, Arizona, migrant workers and farmers are trying to avoid a major outbreak of COVID-19.
An unusual tug of war between the Treasury Department and the Federal Reserve could leave businesses in the lurch amid a new round of coronavirus restrictions and closures.
The MSNBC host returned to her show Thursday night with a blunt warning for viewers, revealing that her longtime partner almost died from COVID-19.
Last year, a record number of people died from drug overdoses, and the U.S. is on track for another record number of deaths in 2020.
The prescription-only kit will cost less than $50 and provide users results in about half an hour.
As the busy winter lettuce season hits full swing in Yuma, Arizona, migrant workers and farmers are trying to avoid a COVID-19 outbreak. We visit the border region, where 90%...
The CDC is recommending that you stay home this Thanksgiving and only celebrate with people who have been living with you for the last two weeks.
After months of research and regulatory red-tape, saliva collection kits are now used by Hollywood shows including "Dancing With The Stars."
With COVID-19 cases surging across the country, many families have had to scale back their holiday plans.
Climate activists have set a high bar for the President-elect Joe Biden. Already they've been disappointed by his choice of advisors.
Tear gas exposure is dangerous to humans. But it's unclear what damage the chemicals are doing to the environment.
Civil rights lawyer Nora Benavidez discusses a growing number of states where lawmakers are passing or proposing laws to criminalize protest activity.
Civil rights lawyer Nora Benavidez joins us to discuss a growing number of states where lawmakers are passing or proposing laws to criminalize protest activity. And, climate activists have asked...
ABC political director Rick Klein and Washington Post White House reporter Toluse Olorunnipa discuss the week in politics.