(WASHINGTON) -- President Joe Biden on Thursday announced he is taking executive action to pardon Americans who've been convicted of simple marijuana possession under federal law. The action will benefit 6,500 people with prior federal convictions and thousands of others charged under the District of... Read More.
(TUCSON, AZ) -- A professor was shot and killed on the University of Arizona campus in Tucson on Wednesday afternoon, allegedly by a former student, campus police said. The suspect, Murad Dervish, 46, was taken into custody hours later following a traffic stop by the state’s... Read More.
(NEW YORK) -- A surge of women in the manufacturing industry in recent years has punctured the stereotypes of who is working in American factories, data shows. During the 2010s, the share of women in the manufacturing industry grew among all age groups, according to... Read More.
(NEW YORK) -- Sexual violence survivors may often face overwhelming medical bills when seeking emergency care, a factor that could discourage many people from seeking treatment, experts say. Survivors of sexual violence are charged nearly $4,000 in medical bills, on average, after seeking emergency care... Read More.
(NEW YORK) -- Most people suffering from long COVID are experiencing some trouble performing day-to-day activities, new federal data shows. As of Sept. 26, 81% of adults with ongoing symptoms of COVID lasting three months or longer -- or four out of five adults --... Read More.
(NEW YORK) -- Women are more likely to spend double the amount of time than men caregiving, tackling chores and doing housework -- all tasks that can lead to a greater impact on mental health and even burnout, according to a new study in... Read More.
(NEW YORK) -- Just weeks before Halloween, law enforcement officials are warning about a deadly drug packaged in pills that "look like candy." So-called rainbow fentanyl began showing up on the streets on the West Coast in February and has gradually made its way across... Read More.
(UVALDE, Texas) -- Uvalde parents are still protesting outside the school administration offices after a full week, in an attempt to get UCISD officers suspended pending the independent review of the shooting at Robb Elementary School on May 24, in which 19 children and... Read More.
(SAN LUIS OBISPO, Calif.) -- The jury is deliberating in the murder trial of the man accused of killing Kristin Smart, a California college student who disappeared in 1996 while walking home from a party. Paul Flores, 45, who walked Smart from the party and... Read More.