WEWS: Asian Business Owner Makes Changes Amid Rise In Threats
A Cleveland restaurant owner has started locking the front door after receiving harassing calls.
Texas woman sues to have an abortion after fatal diagnosis of fetus
Kate Cox is 20 weeks pregnant and says doctors told her continuing the pregnancy also puts her life at risk from complications.
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.
Israel pursues Hamas fighters in south Gaza on 2-month war anniversary
Israel is continuing its pursuit of Hamas leaders in the territory as it engages in door-to-door gun battles.
Washington Post writers strike, accuse paper of unfair labor practices
The writers are participating in the newspaper's biggest work stoppage in 50 years as workers seek raises.
MLS reprimands Los Angeles FC, supporters for alleged misconduct
LAFC has been fined for not properly overseeing and securing the supporters section as fans set off flares during a recent playoff game.