(NEW YORK) -- As Florida officials and residents continue to clean up and assess the damage caused by Hurricane Ian, they're discovering the storm has turned some electric vehicles into incendiary devices on roads, parking lots and even on the backs of tow trucks. Electric... Read More.
(WASHINGTON) -- The clock is ticking for Senate negotiators working to reach a final agreement on an anti-gun violence package before the Fourth of July recess. After agreeing earlier this month on a framework for the deal -- including enhanced background checks for those ages... Read More.
(TUCSON, Ariz.) -- A family of colorless and tasteless man-made chemicals -- largely unregulated by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency -- has become a growing concern for drinking water safety in thousands of American communities, as scientists increasingly see links to liver damage, high... Read More.