Blind Educator Pushes Through Discrimination To Start Her Own Business
Nearly one million workers with disabilities lost jobs in 2020, according to the New Hampshire University Institute on Disability.
Criminal charges dropped against PG&E over fatal California wildfire
The utility company has instead reached a $50 million settlement with Shasta County prosecutors over the fire that killed four people.
Meta threatens to block news content in California if bill passes
The bill would require tech giants like Facebook and Instagram to pay news outlets whose stories appear on their platforms.
Ford Broncos recalled due to issues trying to use safety belts
Over 100,000 Ford SUVs were recalled after a safety board said front passengers could get frustrated trying to reach the seat belt.
The race to save abducted Ukrainian teen, a pawn of Russian propaganda
Scripps News' Jason Bellini gives an update to the story of a Ukrainian orphan, Denis, whom we've been tracking for more than a year.
Ex-GOP candidate charged with election interference in shootings
A former New Mexico political candidate was indicted on charges of conspiracy and weapons counts after shootings at Democratic officials' homes.
Sweden close to becoming first 'smoke free' country in Europe
Only 5.6% of Swedes reported being smokers, according to the country's Public Health Agency.