KNXV: Some Arizona Students Return To Class As Delta Variant Spreads
Many educators and students are hopeful for a more "normal" new school year.
More free COVID-19 tests available on government website
The federal government will begin shipping out kits next week to households who order free tests through a website.
Feds take action against makers of 'invisible mask' to prevent COVID
Companies that marketed the 1 Virus Buster Invisible Mask during the height of the COVID-19 pandemic reached a settlement with the government.
7 million Americans have gotten the new COVID-19 vaccine
About 5% of Americans have gotten new COVID-19 shots. An additional 7 million vaccines remain available at pharmacies nationwide.
These are the celebs and politicians named in New York sex abuse suits
Before it expired, New York's Adult Survivors Act led to thousands of sexual assault lawsuits against high-profile figures.
Sports Illustrated accused of using AI-generated articles and authors
Sports Illustrated published AI-generated articles from AI-generated authors, according to a report published on the website Futurism.
Taylor Swift met with family of fan who died at her concert in Brazil
Swift extended an invitation to Machado's loved ones, including her father Weiny Machado, to her last show in São Paulo.