(WASHINGTON) -- Puerto Rico could lose Medicaid funding in less than two months, putting at risk roughly 1.5 million people -- nearly half the island's population -- unless Congress acts quickly. As COVID-19 continues to batter the island -- with at least 2,561 deaths among... Read More.
What did a year with no live gigs do to the fortunes of music's biggest stars? Well, they definitely took a hit, but a lucky few who managed to get some live dates in before the pandemic did well -- and so did those... Read More.
(WASHINGTON) -- A crush of Americans are seeking to travel overseas again as vaccination rates climb in the U.S., and foreign governments loosen their restrictions. But many of them are running into a critical problem: Their passport is expired. That's led to another crush --... Read More.
(SAN FRANCISCO) -- A California man accused of stealing a rare lemur from the San Francisco Zoo could spend up to one year behind bars for violating the Endangered Species Act, federal prosecutors said Monday. Cory John McGilloway, 31, of Los Angeles, allegedly kidnapped a... Read More.
24-year-old Brooke Smallson from Los Angeles is just one of the 32 million Americans who live with potentially life-threatening food allergies. “I’m actually only allergic to sesame seeds. I’m not allergic to sesame oil, which is actually kind of a blessing because sesame oil is... Read More.
Maren Morris is one of the artists booked as a headliner for the all-genre, two-day Pilgrimage Fest, which is taking place September 25-26 in Franklin, Tennessee. Other leading acts scheduled to appear are Cage the Elephant, Dave Matthews Band and The Black Keys. A number... Read More.
(WASHINGTON) -- President Joe Biden welcomed Japanese Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga to the White House on Friday, making it the first in-person foreign leader to visit during his presidency. "I greatly appreciate the chance to spend time with you in person and to make our... Read More.
(WASHINGTON) -- President Joe Biden, faced with yet another mass shooting on his watch, said Friday that the news of at least eight Americans killed in Indianapolis on Thursday night has "become too normal." "Too many Americans are dying every single day from gun violence,"... Read More.