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By Amna Nawaz
Scientists warned that human-induced climate change is warming the planet to the point where it is causing irreversible damage in some parts of the world. The report was released by the United Nations Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change. Climate Scientist…
By PBS NewsHour
In our news wrap Monday, a report estimates Somalia’s longest drought on record killed 43,000 people last year, the French government survived no-confidence votes over hiking the retirement age from 62 to 64 without parliament's approval, Israel is facing new…
By Amna Nawaz, Lisa Desjardins, Ali Schmitz
This week may bring a historic and high-stakes moment with what could be the first-ever indictment of a former president. Donald Trump wrote he expects to be arrested this week on possible charges from the Manhattan district attorney related to…
By Geoff Bennett, Dorothy Hastings
Ten days after the collapse of Silicon Valley Bank and emergency measures to stabilize the system, key parts of the banking industry are still reeling and anxious. UBS agreed to buy out its rival Credit Suisse for a fraction of…
By Eric Tucker, Michael R. Sisak, Associated Press
A New York grand jury is hearing from final witnesses in the investigation into Donald Trump as law enforcement officials accelerate security preparations in advance of a possible indictment.
By Mike Cerre
The U.S. invasion of Iraq began on March 20, 2003. As American troops raced toward the Iraqi capital of Baghdad, special correspondent Mike Cerre was embedded with the 2nd Battalion, 5th Marines known as FOX 2/5. He takes a look…
By Geoff Bennett, Cybele Mayes-Osterman, Ali Schmitz, Ian Couzens
In 1980, a prominent Republican sought to sabotage then-President Jimmy Carter's re-election by asking Middle Eastern leaders to get a message to the Iranians; keep the American hostages until after the election and Reagan will give you a better deal.
We're revisiting the Brief But Spectacular take by choreographer and dancer Stuart Hodes who died last week at the age of 98. Hodes took his first dance lesson at the Martha Graham School after a stint as an aviator in…
By Cat Wise
When our animals suffer, we suffer too. Yet for many, veterinary care is simply out of reach. One in four pet owners in U.S. experience barriers to veterinary care, often due to financial constraints.
By Associated Press
Miami Beach officials imposed a curfew beginning Sunday night during spring break after two fatal shootings and rowdy, chaotic crowds that police have had difficulty controlling.
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