Tuesday, May 4th 2021
The former New York City Ballet star died Sunday at 86 after a stroke.
GOP lawmakers in Montana have rushed a bill to take over districting from the state's independent committee.
Local school districts and charter networks will soon have to submit spending plans to their state education agency, which means they will be deciding now where the money is most...
Recently, Kurdish refugees in Nashville lost a prominent member to COVID-19, but that's helping convince others to get vaccinated, despite it being Ramadan.
The pandemic fueled a building boom in home improvement projects and new home construction, which has made lumber a surprisingly hot commodity.
More than 90,000 people died from drug overdoses in the U.S. last year, according to preliminary data released by the CDC.
Rescue workers have been trying to reach people trapped in the wreckage.
Seattle Colleges chancellor explains the impact of Seattle Promise, a program that provides city high school students with two years of free community college education in the city. And, we...
Seattle Promise is a program that provides city high school students with two years of free community college education in the city.
Facebook Oversight Board's decision could have major implications for political leaders and online speech.
Psychologist Adam Grant calls languishing "the neglected middle child of mental health" in his recent New York Times op-ed.
The Biden administration recently wrapped up a review of its North Korea policy.
While some laud the AI ship's mission to collect data for scientific research, there are questions about the use of the Mayflower name and baggage that comes with it.
India is now the second country in the world after the U.S. to pass 20 million COVID-19 cases.
A water crisis in Jackson came to head this winter when freezing storms wreaked havoc on the city's crumbling infrastructure, leaving residents without running water for an entire month.
Health experts are raising alarms about slowing vaccination rates in rural America.
In psychologist Adam Grant's op-ed for The New York Times, Grant puts a name to that feeling borne out of the pandemic — showing up for life, but living without...