January 21, 2022
How Gerrymandering Works
Every 10 years, the U.S. Census counts state population. In most states, state legislatures then redraw the political maps.
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Why are ads for Jesus dividing opinion?
The "He Gets Us" ad campaign received plenty of reactions following its placement during this year's Super Bowl.
Why is bird flu causing new concern?
In recent months avian flu has decimated bird populations and has now spread among several different mammal species.
Why do screens affect our sleep?
58% of Americans say they look at a screen within an hour of bedtime.
Chatbot intended to help people with eating disorders turns 'harmful'
Multiple people who chatted with "Tessa" said its responses would have "derailed" their progress or could've even had deadly consequences.
Former Speaker Pelosi throws out first pitch at Nationals' Pride night
The 83-year-old walked in front of the mound and tossed a pitch to the Nationals' bald eagle mascot in front of home plate.
Pope Francis hospitalized in Rome for abdominal surgery
This latest hospitalization raises more concerns about his health.