Could prisons become a thing of the past? Across America, cities and towns far from the gridlock of Congress have been taking matters into their own hands to reshape their criminal justice system, putting focus on rehabilitation over punishment, sometimes with radical results.
What happens when you remove prison as a major form of punishment in our criminal justice system? Some cities and states want to find out.
Rising sea levels and more powerful storms are creating more climate change refugees.
New technology has changed the way we meet. But will it redefine love as we know it?
War waged by artificial intelligence creates new possibilities on the battlefield and new concerns from human rights watchdogs.
Ukrainian powerlifter rushes in to save pets from flooding
Dogs were in need of rescue from rising floodwaters in the Kherson region after the collapse of a major dam nearby.
DOJ closer to possible indictment of Trump in documents probe
A grand jury probing the actions of former President Donald Trump heard from another witness. Reports say the DOJ is moving closer to an indictment.
Attorney for woman shot in Florida: 'The family had no answers'
Scripps News hears from Anthony D. Thomas, the attorney for the family of Ajike Owens, who was shot and killed by her neighbor last week.