WRTV: Indiana Veterinarian Struggles To Staff Up
The clinic owner has seen a huge spike in demand as more Americans spent time at home during the pandemic.
Zoo in Miami apologizes for bad treatment of threatened kiwi bird
A video online showed zoo visitors in Miami interacting inappropriately with the endangered bird from New Zealand. The zoo vowed to make changes.
Liberating Lolita: Timeline uncertain for whale to be set free
Lolita — also known at Tokitae, or Toki for short — has been held in captivity for more than 50 years.
Sea turtles get legal rights in Panama
The novel approach to wildlife protection recognizes an animal's right to exist and flourish, and allows for lawsuits when those rights are violated.
Will counter-offensive end Ukraine's stalemate with Russia?
The war in Ukraine has devolved into a stalemate, but with the promise of more sophisticated weapons, will Ukraine have what it takes to win the war?
Biden, McCarthy reach debt limit agreement 'in principle'
President Joe Biden struck a deal with House Speaker Kevin McCarthy to avoid plunging the United States into default, McCarthy confirmed.
Republican legislatures targeting academic tenure at universities
Some lawmakers want to curtail giving tenure to college professors, but opponents argue tenure protects educators from political whims.