(LOS ANGELES) -- Twenty-five police recruits were injured while on a run in Los Angeles early Wednesday when they were struck by a man driving the wrong way, officials said. About 75 recruits were on the run. The group was mostly Los Angeles Sheriff's Department... Read More.
(WASHINGTON) -- Former President Barack Obama, still one of the most popular figures in the Democratic Party, is set to hit the campaign trail in the final stretch to the midterm elections. Democrats hope to sway enough voters to avoid losing control of Congress --... Read More.
(NEW YORK) -- With the emergence of COVID-19 and the recent surge in monkeypox cases, scientists and doctors who specialize in infectious disease are issuing increasingly dire warnings, saying wealthy countries can no longer afford to ignore small outbreaks abroad. For decades, diseases that primarily... Read More.
(WASHINGTON) - The Supreme Court announced Thursday it will hear a case this fall that could upend state election laws across the country. Moore v. Harper focuses on a new North Carolina voting map created by court-appointed experts after earlier maps proposed by the Republican-led state... Read More.
Michelle Yeoh's madcap multiverse movie Everything Everywhere All at Once took viewers on a trip in its first week on streaming. That's according to Fandango's streaming service Vudu, which showed the movie -- which has the global superstar and Crazy Rich Asians lead playing multiple... Read More.
(BROOKWOOD, Ala.) -- Coal miners in Alabama have been striking for months, and they aren't backing down, battling not just for their rights as workers, but for what some believe to be the rights of working people across the country. Over 1,000 employees of Warrior... Read More.