KNXV: Arizona Group Builds Beds For Kids In Need
The organization says they currently have a waitlist of 100 kids.
Ukrainian mom's visit to the US turned into a mission to help refugees
What started as visit to her son in Chicago is now a mission to help other Ukrainian refugees settle in the Windy City.
Book censoring attempts doubled in 2022
The American Library Association has been recording data on censorship in libraries for more than 20 years. This year's data has record numbers.
Women are celebrating women who serve a common goal
A group of women in Atlanta are celebrating women who make a difference and work toward inclusivity and diversity.
Daylight savings dispute leaves Lebanon with two time zones
Many Lebanese have found themselves in the position of juggling work and school schedules in different time zones.
Biden sending federal aid to tornado-wrecked Mississippi
President Joe Biden says full federal support is on the way to Mississippi after a series of tornadoes killed 26 and destroyed homes and businesses.
GOP states press voter photo ID rules, with unclear effects
Some Republican states are responding to unfounded claims of voter fraud with stricter ID rules, but critics say this could remove eligible voters.