Minneapolis Police Officers Heard Talking About 'Hunting' Protesters
In a newly released body camera video, Minneapolis police officers are heard talking about "hunting" protesters days after the murder of George Floyd.
New York to offer refuge for people seeking transgender care
Gov. Kathy Hochul is expected to sign legislation that protects families who come to New York from states that have banned gender-affirming care.
Juneteenth March calls for reparations for Black Americans
Protestors want local and national lawmakers to study the generational harm of slavery.
New York City's weight discrimination ban could inspire other places
New York City is just the latest to prohibit discrimination based on weight and height, but other places are considering similar legislation.
Minimal progress made in budget deal on Thursday
None of the bills the House of Representatives voted on Thursday would make meaningful progress toward clearing the budget impasse.
Guilty pleas issued in 'Operation Nightingale' nursing diploma fraud
Prosecutors said Florida residents, along with individuals from other states, were charged in a scheme to sell fraudulent nursing degree diplomas.
Scripps News Investigates: Fentanyl, child labor, and Chinese spying
Scripps News' investigative reporting uncovers the impact of fentanyl overdoses, the children employed on U.S. farms and alleged Chinese spying.