Shutdowns in 2020 weren't just a grim milestone in the pandemic, but also a turning point in the U.S. economy. Even with relief funds and expanded unemployment, many workers chose not to return as businesses reopened. Economists call it "the Great Resignation."
How The Great Resignation Got Started
Even as businesses reopened from COVID shutdowns, many workers chose not to return.
The history behind pumpkin spice
It's a scent that, for many, makes this time of year come alive. But how did the passion for pumpkin spice come to be?
Is impeachment being weaponized?
Scripps News explores the original idea behind impeachment and how it has evolved in politics over the years.
E-bikes are surging in popularity while fire risk grows
E-bikes are transforming cities and encouraging outdoor activity, but their batteries present a growing fire risk.
Meta's AI chatbot features characters played by celebrities
Meta has created chatbots with AI learning that derive character from and are played by real-life celebrities.
What a government shutdown means for air travel
Critical air travel jobs like air traffic control and TSA could be furloughed if the government shuts down.
10-year-old artist gets a new spotlight at the White House
Paris Robinson's art is part of a new permanent display at the White House that curates art from children in military families.