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Casey is a producer for NewsHour's digital video team. She has won several awards for her work in broadcast journalism, including a national Edward R. Murrow award.
The scientist said that while there are still a slew of tests that need to be completed, he’s found that “every single inflammatory marker in my body is cut by half.”…
The wide-reaching bipartisan debt ceiling deal approved by Congress this week includes a provision that prevents the Biden administration from extending the pause on federal student loan repayments.
Tears of the Kingdom is now the fastest-selling title in the series, with 10 million copies purchased in the first three days.
New teacher salaries rose by more than they had in a decade during the 2021-2022 school year, according to a recent report by the National Education Association (NEA). But while the 2.5 percent increase is significant, average overall teacher salaries…
The ceremony is about “more than just about the government and the Church of England and Charles as a person, but … a moment of unity and celebration, about all of the things that make the country distinctive and make…
Join PBS NewsHour digital anchor Nicole Ellis and White House correspondent Laura Barrón-López as they walk through reaction to the announcement.
The leak of U.S. military and intelligence documents by Jack Teixeira, a 21-year- old Air National Guardsman in Massachusetts, has raised significant concerns and questions about national security, foreign policy and the intelligence community.
In a yearlong investigation, Capital B national health reporter Margo Snipe examined how disinvestment in health care systems that served predominantly Black communities led to maternal health care deserts and worsened outcomes.
PBS NewsHour Digital Correspondent Nicole Ellis spoke with Jeffrey Bellin with William and Mary Law School to break down what the indictment by a Manhattan grand jury means and where it goes from here.
The number of young Americans in juvenile detention dropped by 77 percent over the last two decades, from more than 100,000 to just over 25,000, according to federal data published late last year. Despite this huge reduction due to changing…
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