WXYZ: Families Say New Alzheimer's Drug Offers Hope
Some critics question the effectiveness of the newly-approved drug.
DOD pushes for more awareness of domestic abuse in the military
In 2022, the U.S. military reported 15,479 cases of domestic abuse within its ranks. Leadership urged members to learn about dealing with abuse.
CDC will no longer distribute COVID-19 vaccine cards
Those seeking vaccine records can contact their state health department's immunization information system.
Workers getting closer to starting strike against Kaiser Permanente
Their contract expired over the weekend and both sides have yet to settle on new terms. The clock is running out for a contract agreement.
Rep. Darrell Issa: McCarthy 'Wasn't doing enough fast enough'
California Republican Rep. Darrell Issa talks to Scripps News about Republican plans in the House of Representatives to elect a new speaker.
Biden's dog Commander no longer at White House after biting incidents
The White House said President Biden and his wife "remain grateful for the patience and support of the U.S. Secret Service and all involved."
Paris has a bed bug issue. How can travelers avoid bringing them home?
Travelers and Parisians are spreading word of a bed bug infestation in Paris. Here's how to keep yourself safe.