Why are there so many germs in the kitchen?
Scripps News' Lauren Magarino makes a meal with the help of food experts, while they answer questions on food safety.
How many germs are around us in the kitchen? Scripps News speaks with food experts Chrysan Cronin, the director and associate professor of Public Health at Muhlenberg College; and Donald Schaffner, a distinguished professor in the Department of Food Science at Rutgers University. We find out why the place we prep our food can be a hotbed for germs.
Why are some citizens protesting in France?
Hundreds of people were arrested in clashes amid some the biggest protests so far against the raising of France's retirement age.
Why are MLB salaries rising?
The average MLB player made more than $4.2 million last season, according to the players' union. Here's how salaries have increased over the years.
Why does baseball have an antitrust exemption?
It's been just over 100 years since the supreme court said anti-trust law does not apply to major league baseball.
How are U.S. jobs reports compiled?
The data is based off estimates and not full official counts of the entire labor force, which is now over 160 million strong in the U.S.
How you can clean the air to protect yourself from COVID
People can remove harmful aerosol particles, like the virus that causes COVID, from the air on their own terms.
Lawmakers react after Nashville school shooting
After a shooter killed 6 at a Nashville school, some lawmakers promoted current gun safety legislation, with others urging an assault weapons ban.