Schools Step Up Security In Response To Threats On TikTok
The social media threats had many educators on edge as they circulated in the aftermath of a deadly school shooting in Michigan.
Families still don't know if relatives died in fire at migrant center
Mexican officials made arrests in connection to a fire that killed at least 39 migrants, but some families don't know if their relatives are dead.
Louisiana man arrested for allegedly urinating in local water supply
A man is Louisiana is accused of urinating in water tanks that provided water to the Donaldsonville area.
Public safety debate fuels voters ahead of Chicago election
Public safety is a national concern that motivates people to vote, especially in non-presidential years. That is especially true in Chicago.
Endangered North Atlantic right whale still entangled in Cape Cod Bay
The North Atlantic right whale is one of the most endangered large whale species in the world, with only about 350 remaining in existence.
Sen. Fetterman discharged from Walter Reed after depression treatment
The 53-year-old is still recovering from the aftereffects of the stroke he suffered last May.
Student calls for gun control, says school shootings are an 'epidemic'
Hundreds of protesters gathered Saturday to plead for gun control.