(UVALDE, Texas) -- Despite her daughter's fearfulness to return to school in Uvalde and her pleas to learn at home, Sandra Gracia is sending her daughter, Elva, back to school because she can't afford the online alternative. "I want to [homeschool], because I think I'd feel... Read More.
(WASHINGTON) -- Roughly $343 million will be made available to transit agencies this year to make subway and rail stations more accessible to those with disabilities, the Biden administration announced Tuesday. The tranche of funds comes from the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law and will be allotted... Read More.
(NEW YORK) -- In the early days of the coronavirus pandemic, as hospitals became overrun, a group of doctors began touting an anti-parasitic medicine called ivermectin as a viable treatment for COVID-19, one going as far as calling it a "miracle cure" for the... Read More.
(ITHACA, Mich.) -- A 12-year-old girl from Michigan is fighting for new legislation to make public restrooms more accessible to people with disabilities. "Good Morning America" first shared Zoey Harrison's story in 2018 when she helped "save recess" after her mom invented the Bodycoat --... Read More.
(NEW YORK) -- While the desire for barely-there everyday makeup continues to trend, the options for people of color are few and far between. However, that may finally be changing, as evidenced by the release of Ami Colé, a newly launched line of "better-for-you" makeup... Read More.