Tuesday, September 14th 2021
This comes despite expectations that it would be more tolerant than it had been in the past.
Actor André de Shields welcomed audiences back to Broadway with the musical "Hadestown."
Abortion providers in states within driving distance of Texas say they're seeing an uptick in patients.
The attacks killed 130 people.
Several states are moving to make it easier for homeowners to strike language in the fine print of home deeds that restricts sales to people of color.
The attack, described by the U.S. military as a "righteous strike" against a suspected ISIS bomber, killed three men and seven children.
California voters will decide the political future of Democratic Gov. Gavin Newsom.
On Sept. 14, 2001, flying as we knew it changed forever: the way pilots and crews are trained, the way passengers are screened,
and the cost and amenities of flights.
Pennsylvania traps and tags black bears each year to estimate the overall population and help guide management decisions. After the state placed limits on bear hunting, the population has taken...
That could be putting vulnerable families in harm's way.
All five candidates are people of color and four of them are women.
Gabrielle Union's latest book is a vulnerable and sometimes hilarious account of some of the major events that have shaped her.
Presidential vaccine mandates go back to former President George Washington requiring the military to be inoculated against smallpox.
Many Republicans criticized the Biden administration's handling of the withdrawal from Afghanistan. But Rep. Connolly linked the events to Trump's deal with the Taliban in 2018.