NASA's mission control in California exploded in celebration Thursday as the Perseverance rover touched down on Mars after a near-seven-month journey. But this trip was years in the making, and what it accomplishes could change the human perspective of our universe forever.
New Mars Rover Starts Search For Life After Terrifying Descent
NASA landed its fifth rover on Mars Thursday, but this one is different: It could find signs of past life, which could set the stage for humans.
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.”
In rare bipartisan move, North Carolina Medicaid expansion begins
Advocates say the change could serve as a road map for other states that have failed to expand the program.
Dead longhorn shows up on Oklahoma State fraternity lawn
Authorities are investigating the case as possible animal cruelty, a felony in Oklahoma that's punishable by up to five years in prison.
Jussie Smollett likely headed back to jail after losing appeal
A judicial panel at Illinois’ appeals court ruled that Smollett's conviction for lying to police about a racist and homophobic attack should stand.