(NEW YORK) -- The East Coast of the U.S. will need to brace for more devastating storms like hurricanes Fiona and Ian should the global reliance on fossil fuels remain business as usual, scientists are warning. Warming temperatures around the world are the root contributor... Read More.
(NEW YORK) -- For Emily and Michael Brown, the Federal Reserve’s rate hikes hit close to home. The Browns had been renting a two-bedroom apartment in Washington, D.C., when their now-6-month-old daughter was born. Eager to upgrade to a bigger space, the couple wanted to... Read More.
(NEW YORK) -- In early May, when the first cases of monkeypox surfaced in the United Kingdom and Europe, health officials in the United States advised Americans not to panic. There had been outbreaks of the rare disease before that had been controlled with testing and... Read More.
(WASHINGTON) -- Federal Reserve officials announced Wednesday that they intend to more rapidly end pandemic-era monetary policies meant to support the economy as surging inflation casts a new shadow over the recovery. The U.S. central bank announced it would accelerate the tapering of its bond-buying... Read More.
(NEW YORK) -- The use of monoclonal antibodies as a way to prevent people from getting very sick with COVID-19 is rapidly increasing -- alongside the grim statistics on surging infection rates across the country. Federal health officials have seen a "significant increase" in the... Read More.