WEWS: What Happens To Telehealth Programs After COVID?
Ohio is weighing whether to make COVID-19 telehealth rule changes permanent.
Human Rights Campaign declares state of emergency for LGBTQ+ community
Officials with the group say lawmakers and business leaders need to fight for LGBTQ+ rights the same way they have for abortion rights.
Rabbi with trans child says state government is at war with his family
A Missouri rabbi talks about what it's like to have a trans child in a state that's expected to restrict transgender health care for minors.
Texas governor signs law banning gender-affirming care for minors
Texas is among at least 18 states that have implemented similar bans.
Air India flight bound for US lands in Russia after engine problem
The airliner said the flight from New Delhi to San Francisco safely landed Tuesday at a remote airport in Siberia.
North Dakota Gov. Doug Burgum enters presidential race
He sold his company to Microsoft over 20 years ago. Now Gov. Doug Burgum will go up against the likes of Donald Trump and Ron DeSantis.
Why is the sky so hazy right now in the Eastern US?
Canadian wildfires are causing hazy skies and prompting air quality alerts for several cities.