"The Day Ahead" is looking back at the history of how America first started incorporating the Pledge of Allegiance into our culture and where we stand with reciting it today, especially in the most common place — our schools.
The Debate Continues Over The Pledge Of Allegiance In Schools
The original Pledge of Allegiance was simple and had a theme of unity, but today it no longer resonates with everyone.
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.
Far from the West Bank, Vermont shooting victims face new fear
Three students, all age 20, have been attending colleges in the eastern U.S., and were out for a walk when a man approached them and shot them.
'Tis the season for wine and celebration: Here are some simple tips
Wine isn't something to be afraid of when hosting holiday parties. There are so many options these days, and experts say stick to what you love.
At COP28, leaders reckon with the end of fossil fuels
In a speech Friday, United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres called for a permanent end to the use of fossil fuels.