Can Public Health Tools Help Prevent Gun Violence?
Washington, D.C., is utilizing public health strategies to contain the spread of gun violence.
Woman arrested after pouring gas onto childhood home of MLK Jr.
Good Samaritans caught the woman allegedly pouring gasoline onto the home and attempting to ignite it with a lighter.
New bill in congress would help protect US postal workers
The U.S. Postal Service has its own uniformed law enforcement agency, but officers have been working under limited authority.
US senator's son charged in crash that killed North Dakota deputy
U.S. Sen. Kevin Cramer's son was traveling over 100 mph and already had two flat tires when he slammed head-on into Deputy Paul Martin's squad car.
Taylor Swift's Eras Tour is the first tour to gross over $1 billion
The "Anti-Hero" singer reportedly brought in $1.04 billion with 4.35 million tickets sold across 60 tour dates.
$100 million UPenn donation at risk following antisemitism hearing
One university will reportedly lose a $100 million donation as college presidents addressed concerns about rising levels of antisemitism on campuses.
Why we can't hear or see what's going on inside Trump courtroom
Former President Donald Trump's ongoing civil trial in New York is piquing viewers' interest, but there's a reason we can't have cameras inside.