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The "Black Widow" star is suing Disney over the simultaneous release of the film in theaters and on Disney+.
Every day, about 1,000 to 1,200 Afghans have been making their way on foot through Iran and into Turkey.
Corals have been on the decline around the globe for decades — so much that almost two dozen species have been added to the Endangered Species List since 2006.
Shahrad Nasajpour is among the six athletes on the Paralympic Refugee team this year. He is an Iranian refugee living in Arizona who will compete in the discus throw.
Younger children remain unable to be vaccinated against the virus.
Gymnast Simone Biles is set to return to an individual competition event, after withdrawing for mental health reasons.
At the Tokyo Olympics, some athletes on the German women's gymnastics team decided to compete in full-length unitards instead of high-cut bodysuits.
Hays, Kansas, harbors a violently racist past.
The moratorium ended Monday.
A bipartisan group of lawmakers sang praises of the bill Sunday night.
Last week the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention advised vaccinated people to mask up indoors in coronavirus hotspots.
Since President Vladimir Putin signed the legislation, the Russian Justice Ministry has labeled more than a dozen citizens “foreign agents,” as the Kremlin brands its critics as traitors working for...
On Sunday, Florida broke a record for COVID-19 hospitalizations — more than 10,000 people.
If you're experiencing burnout at work, Here & Now wants to hear from you.
Here & Now producer Alex Ashlock is retiring after 16 years on the show.
The free brokerage app added 5 million users over the past year.
On a new album out Friday, Los Lobos performs songs by LA-based artists that were influential to the band.
For some, returning to work isn't as simple as following the help wanted signs.
The unpublished data also reveals vaccinated people infected with the Delta variant have measurable viral loads similar to those who are unvaccinated.
New research in JAMA Network Open looks into what is known about youth suicides.