What The Fact: Clearing Up Misinformation On Coronavirus
There's a lot of misinformation floating around about the new coronavirus. Here's how to stay diligent.
Each week, we partner with our friends at PolitiFact to sort fact from fiction on the week's biggest political stories. This week: You can't believe everything you read about the novel coronavirus.
What The Fact: Testing For Coronavirus
Curious who pays if you get tested for coronavirus? PolitiFact helps us clear it up.
What The Fact: Analyzing Support For Gun Background Checks
Polls support Klobuchar's claim that the majority of hunters and President Trump's supporters approve of universal background checks.
What The Fact: A Guide To Primary Voting
Confused about the difference between open primaries, semi-open and closed? Let us explain.
The unlikely duo: Dog and goat besties are up for adoption as a pair
While Felix and Cinnamon are not up for public adoption at this time, the shelter wants to find a rescue partner who can help take care of them.
Airlines cut service to small airports; Congress looks for solution
If you don't live in a major city, it is becoming increasingly difficult to find flights to smaller airports.
Damar Hamlin heads to Capitol Hill for AED bill shaped by Scripps News
U.S. Rep. Sheila Cherfilus-McCormick (D-Florida) will introduce the Access to AEDs Act, which she said was shaped by a Scripps News investigation.