(NEW YORK) -- While he didn't make it to this year's U.S. Open championship, Frances Tiafoe's tennis journey still looks very bright. The 24-year-old American was a breakout star of this year's tournament after he beat tennis legend Rafael Nadal to advance to the quarterfinals. Tiafoe... Read More.
(LOS ANGELES) -- As the entire city of New Orleans witnessed after Hurricane Katrina, it wasn’t the storm that did the most damage, but the flooding that followed. That was the case for Memorial Hospital, as chronicled in the new Apple TV+ series Five... Read More.
DuBois – Brockway Drug is the newest pharmacy partner of Penn Highlands Healthcare. The CEO of Penn Highlands, Steven Fontaine, said Brockway Drug has been providing expert pharmaceutical care and related services to the community for 60 years, and Penn Highlands looks forward to helping... Read More.
(NEW YORK) -- Nothing gets New Yorkers steamed like traffic woes and close encounters with the native wildlife -- a.k.a. rats. Now the city is considering changes to trash pickup rules that could affect both. The department says it's "strongly considering" requiring individual black trash bags... Read More.
(WASHINGTON) -- The White House is moving to deal with yet another crisis with potentially damaging political consequences: a nationwide shortage of baby formula. President Joe Biden spoke Thursday with retailers and infant formula manufacturers -- including Target, Walmart, Reckitt and Gerber -- on efforts to... Read More.
(NEW YORK) -- Anthony Harris, who was convicted of killing his 5-year-old neighbor in 1999 at the age of 13 but had that conviction overturned in appeal, was a kind, hardworking student who could never be involved in a murder, Harris' sixth-grade teacher told... Read More.
(WASHINGTON) -- Amid an international crisis demanding his attention, President Joe Biden still took time out Friday to introduce to the nation his first high court nominee -- Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson -- at the White House, officially following through on his campaign promise... Read More.
(NEW YORK) -- In the five years since Utah passed the strictest legislation in the country on blood alcohol driving limits, there have been fewer traffic deaths overall in the state and lower driver alcohol involvement, a federal study found. A law that lowered the state's... Read More.