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Flint Is Still Shaken by its Water Crisis—and Residents Are Experiencing Long-Term Mental-Health Issues

9/25/2022
Residents of the Michigan city are experiencing long-term mental-health issues

Duration:00:06:44

Column: How 2020 Changed America and Why We’re Still Stuck There

9/25/2022
Our national narrative is locked on 2020’s terms. Historians are likely to view the year as a turning point akin to 1968.

Duration:00:05:38

The Little-Known History of the Black Men Who Became America’s First Paramedics

9/25/2022
In "American Sirens," author Kevin Hazzard spotlights the Black men in Pittsburgh who pioneered America's modern emergency medical service.

Duration:00:05:09

Column: Why Puppies Bark

9/25/2022
Puppies aren't born barking, just as children aren't born chattering. They learn their voice, and then they learn to use it

Duration:00:05:34

Italy Could Soon Get Its First Female Leader—A Polished Far-Right Firebrand

9/24/2022
Giorgia Meloni looks set to be Italy's next Prime Minister, following elections on Sept. 25.

Duration:00:09:28

Queen Elizabeth II’s Death Slowed Action on a U.K. Economy Already in Turmoil

9/24/2022
Queen Elizabeth II's death slowed action on a U.K. economy already in turmoil

Duration:00:10:54

COVID-19 Questions: I’ve Had COVID-19. Do I Still Need the Omicron Booster?

9/24/2022
Many people have had COVID-19 by now, but they should still get an Omicron booster

Exclusive: Senate Democrats Press Crisis Pregnancy Centers on Abortion Data Gathering

9/24/2022
Senate Democrats are asking the country’s largest network of anti-abortion pregnancy centers to provide information about how it gathers, protects, and shares the personal data of pregnant people

Duration:00:08:59

What the ‘Sham’ Referenda in Russian-Controlled Ukraine Could Mean for Both Countries

9/23/2022
Ukraine has expressed outrage that the elections are sure to be a “sham,” similar to the 2014 referendum in Crimea

Duration:00:08:08

Column: The Letitia James Lawsuit May Finally Nail Trump

9/23/2022
The New York Attorney General Letitia James' lawsuit against Donald Trump may be the legal action that finally holds him accountable.

Duration:00:05:03

A Beer Shortage Is Brewing. A Volcano Is Partly to Blame

9/23/2022
Food and beverage companies have been scrambling to find suppliers of carbon dioxide

Duration:00:06:04

Scientists Find a New Coronavirus in Bats That Is Resistant to Current Vaccines

9/23/2022
The virus was found in a population of bats in Russia

Duration:00:05:16

Column: We Can’t Have a Stable Climate If We Keep Destroying Nature

9/23/2022
Even if we transition to 100 percent clean energy, temperatures will rise unless we also address our unsustainable relationship with nature.

Duration:00:05:39

‘This Is Not a Bluff.’ Putin Raises Specter of Nuclear Weapons Following Battlefield Losses

9/22/2022
Experts believe it's highly unlikely Putin would ever go nuclear over Ukraine, but appeared to expand the realm of scenarios in which he might.

Duration:00:09:37

Donald Trump and Three of His Kids Sued for Alleged Business Fraud by New York Attorney General

9/22/2022
The suit alleges they falsely inflated Trump’s assets by billions of dollars in order to mislead lenders.

Duration:00:06:36

Biden Accuses Putin of Violating U.N. Charter in Bid to ‘Erase’ Ukraine

9/22/2022
Biden said Vladimir Putin had “shamelessly violated” the U.N’s charter that protects national sovereignty as he tried to ”erase" Ukraine from the map.

Duration:00:04:40

YouTube’s Next Move in the Race to Beat TikTok

9/22/2022
YouTube is giving more creators more opportunities to make more money in an apparent bid to compete with TikTok.

Duration:00:05:40

‘You Have Utterly Failed.’ The Department of Justice Undercounted Nearly 1,000 Deaths in U.S. Prisons

9/21/2022
"You have utterly failed," said Sen. Ron Johnson. "I mean, literally, you've utterly failed."

Duration:00:06:44

Special Master Appears Skeptical of Trump’s Claims He Declassified Mar-a-Lago Documents

9/21/2022
Trump has claimed publicly that he declassified the government records that were taken from Mar-a-Lago. Judge Raymond Dearie wants to see evidence.

Duration:00:05:39

Putin Orders a Call-Up of Reservists Amid Setbacks in Ukraine

9/21/2022
The move is an apparent admission that the war against Ukraine isn't going to plan

Duration:00:07:08