The airstrikes in Tigray killed at least three civilians in an area ravaged by conflict and food scarcity.
Biden wants to prove to world leaders ahead of a major international summit on climate change that he's got the political capital to do something about the greenhouse gases that...
Health care workers in New York are required to be vaccinated for COVID-19 or be fired under a state order.
Researchers are looking to beavers to learn about fire resistance.
Steven Pedigo says the Lone Star state offers a glimpse into not only our economic future — but the political fault lines.
Washington Patrol announced that it's firing 127 individuals, and Washington State University fired its head football coach and four assistant coaches who hadn't been vaccinated.
The policy requires all city workers get vaccinated or submit to regular testing.
An incident of sexual assault on a SEPTA train outside Philadelphia has brought attention to the role of bystanders when circumstances like these arise.
There's a fear that states that don't will become less competitive when it comes to recruiting.
Residents are calling for further government action from state and federal officials to address this major public health issue.
Members of the International Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees or IATSE had been demanding better working conditions and a bigger share of profits from an industry that has boomed during...
The graphic video of the shooting sparked nationwide protests in 2020.
The play explores the lives, pressures and passions of seven contemporary Black men who live in one Brooklyn neighborhood.
Last Friday, a group of suicide bombers killed dozens of people at a Shiite mosque in southern Afghanistan.
The Cuyahoga Valley National Park in Ohio is taking steps to adapt in whatever ways it can and accept some things it can't change.
The Food and Drug Administration is deliberating new booster shot authorization, after already approving a third Pfizer vaccine.
Some data analysts say the situation is actually far worse than the government will admit.
Record numbers of workers have been leaving their jobs over the past few months.
Colin Powell, the four-star general who became the nation's first Black secretary of state, played key roles in the first and second U.S. invasions of Iraq.
The conflict started when Mayor Lori Lightfoot ordered all city workers, including police officers, to submit their vaccine status to the city.