KMGH: More Owners Are Giving Up 'Pandemic Pets' As They Head To Work
A sanctuary in Brighton, Colorado, has taken in more farm animals as people return to work.
Mental health program aims to break down barriers for Hispanics
Stigma is a primary reason Hispanics say they don't seek mental health treatment. A program in El Paso is trying a different approach to reach them.
Post-pandemic work world leaves more employees feeling isolated
It's estimated that the U.S. economy lost more than $400 billion in productivity last year due to workers feeling socially isolated.
Gen Z prefers less sexual content in TV shows and movies, study finds
This trend could be attributed to Gen Z's desire to stay single, with 44% saying they “would rather clean the toilet than go on another online date.”
2 months after Hamas attack, Israel pursues terrorists in south Gaza
Israel is continuing its pursuit of Hamas leaders in the territory as it engages in door-to-door gun battles.
Washington Post writers strike, accuse paper of unfair labor practices
The writers are participating in the newspaper's biggest work stoppage in 50 years as workers seek raises.
MLS reprimands Los Angeles FC, supporters for alleged misconduct
LAFC has been fined for not properly overseeing and securing the supporters section as fans set off flares during a recent playoff game.