(GALLUP, N.M.) -- Just miles from the site of the 1979 Church Rock Mill spill, the largest nuclear disaster in American history, uranium extraction operations could resume near the Navajo Nation. Now, Navajo leaders say the health and prosperity of their community could be... Read More.
(HANOI, Vietnam) -- In Hanoi, Vietnam, remnants of its centuries of colonialism and war are scattered among the city's more modern structures.An ancient gate hides amongst urban noodle stalls, a statue of Russia's Communist forefather Vladimir Lenin overlooks a skateboard park, and a decaying French... Read More.
(WASHINGTON) -- President Joe Biden will address to the nation Thursday to update Americans on the U.S. response to the Hamas attacks, the White House said.The 8 p.m. ET Oval Office speech comes a day after Biden's high-stakes visit to Israel where he pressed... Read More.
(The Center Square) – The states of Oregon and Washington had the highest increase of fentanyl-related fatalities – 13 times the national average – and other drug overdose... Read More.
Live Nation has announced the end of merchandise fees charged to artists playing club shows.In a statement unveiling its new On the Road Again program, Live Nation says, "Clubs will charge no merchandise selling fees, so artists keep 100% of merch profits."The participating venues... Read More.
(NEW YORK) -- In an age of proliferated and accessible mobile gambling, a 19-year-old, who first spoke with ABC News' Good Morning America last year, said he is still struggling with a gambling addiction despite three months in rehab, and continued work with a... Read More.
(WASHINGTON) -- President Joe Biden hosted a meeting with executives from Live Nation, Airbnb, Seat Geek and others Thursday afternoon to continue his administration's efforts to use the power of the bully pulpit to tackle so-called "junk fees."Biden, who announced his re-election bid earlier... Read More.
(WASHINGTON) -- The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday appeared narrowly divided over whether to allow the Navajo Nation to sue the federal government for help expanding their reservation's access to water at a time when the precious resource has been in tight supply across... Read More.
(WASHINGTON) -- On the nation's largest Native American reservation – spanning 16 million-acres across Arizona, New Mexico and Utah – one in three households lacks running water, according to the Navajo Nation.At the Supreme Court on Monday, the tribe will face off with the... Read More.