Some Landlords Take Legal Action Against Extended Eviction Ban
The eviction moratorium was extended to October 3.
At Arizona-Mexico border, field workers commute to meet crop quotas
In the salad bowl of the U.S., field workers are working through long hours, harsh weather and border commutes to put food on America's tables.By Scripps News
Exxon reports record profits on heels of Chevron
Critics say both inside and out of government those margins ought to renew interest in a windfall profits tax on big oil.By Matt Brown / AP
Why are retail thefts on the rise?
It’s organized retail crime — where the thefts are planned, and part of organized rings.By Michael Macor / AP
Inside the largest ice fishing tournament in Minnesota
The tournament only lasts one afternoon, but for hundreds of local volunteers it takes all year long to put together.By Scripps News
Scripps News school AED probe gets attention in Congress
Rep. Cherfilus-McCormick, a Florida Democrat, will lead a bipartisan push for more school AEDs. The NFL & American Heart Association are endorsing.By Scripps News / Zach Cusson
Why China allegedly sought help from fmr. Marine Daniel Duggan
In a 2017 indictment recently unsealed, U.S. prosecutors accuse Duggan of secretly using his expertise to teach Chinese fighter pilots.By AP