(NEW YORK) -- Kenneth and Adi Martinez have an extra bedroom in the home they share outside of Seattle with their 6-month-old son and 3-year-old daughter. So when the Martinezes watched the coverage of tens of thousands of people fleeing Afghanistan last month as the Taliban took over,... Read More.
(NEW YORK) -- Kylie Willis says she remembers when her father told her that he wanted to enlist in the Army. She was 9 at the time, and said she wanted to tell him no. "I think I just heard something in his voice, even... Read More.
(DAYTON, Ohio) -- Loved ones of those killed in a 2019 mass shooting in Dayton, Ohio, have filed a lawsuit against the maker of a 100-round, double-drum ammunition magazine the gunman used in the massacre. The lawsuit was filed in Eighth Judicial District Court in... Read More.
(WASHINGTON) -- The Pentagon will temporarily house Afghan workers who aided the U.S. military or diplomatic missions and are trying to leave the country at Fort Lee, an Army installation in central Virginia, while they complete the application process for a special visa, according to... Read More.
(SURFSIDE, Fla.) -- Biden and first lady to meet with families of Surfside condo collapse victims The death toll has risen to 18 after the bodies of two children were found on Wednesda... President Joe Biden is on the ground in Surfside, Florida, Thursday following... Read More.
(WASHINGTON) -- President Joe Biden is traveling Surfside, Florida, Thursday following the devastating partial collapse of a beachside condominium building that has killed at least 18 people. The president departed the White House early Thursday morning and will spend nearly eight hours on the ground... Read More.
(SURFSIDE, Fla.) -- One week after a 12-story residential building partially collapsed in South Florida's Miami-Dade County, at least 18 people have been confirmed dead while 145 others remain unaccounted for, officials said. The massive search and rescue operation entered its eighth day on Thursday... Read More.
(WASHINGTON) -- The Biden administration has determined that more than 3,900 children were separated from their families along the Southwest border after the Trump administration launched its controversial "zero-tolerance policy," and -- while several hundred children were returned to their home countries -- fewer... Read More.
(SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico) -- As gender-based killings continue to grab headlines in Puerto Rico, victims' families on the island are concerned about the government's commitment to handling the ongoing crisis. Rosimar Rodríguez-Gómez was one of those victims. On the night of Sept. 17, 2020,... Read More.
(WASHINGTON) -- The vast majority of American families with children will automatically receive up to $300 per month per child beginning July 15, the IRS and Treasury Department announced Monday. On the same delayed deadline day for Americans to file their taxes, the IRS said... Read More.
(MIAMI) -- A Miami baker is using her culinary skills to give back on Mother's Day. Sherronda Daye, 41, is a mother of two daughters, an 11- and 21-year-old. She's also the owner of Sweet Jalane's, a dessert-catering company; Defense Tea, which sells locally sourced... Read More.
(NEW YORK) -- After more than a year battling the deadly coronavirus pandemic, long-term care facilities may be seeing a change in the industry as consumers shift away from nursing homes and assisted living facilities, according to a new study published by an industry... Read More.