(NEW YORK) -- An 82-year-old Walmart employee says she’s been overwhelmed by the kindness of strangers after a TikTok video of her at work went viral. On a recent trip to her local Walmart, Liz Rizzo noticed a woman named Carman Kelly and felt compelled... Read More.
(NEW YORK) -- Mothers are speaking out after four labor and delivery nurses from Emory Healthcare were disciplined following a TikTok video that appeared to show them making fun of patients. In the video, the nurses are seen talking about their "icks," or what annoys... Read More.
Following Elon Musk's reported $44 billion purchase of Twitter, some users of the social media platform have rebelled, deleting the app in protest, including prolific TV producer Shonda Rimes and Whoopi Goldberg. For his part, Jimmy Fallon remained on Twitter. However, some prankster has deleted... Read More.
(LEXINGTON, KENTUCKY) -- A female student who was caught on camera using racial slurs towards a Black student at the University of Kentucky will voluntarily withdraw from the university, according to her attorney. Sophia Rosing, 22, the senior at the University of Kentucky, plans to... Read More.
(NEW YORK) -- For the past three months, Lauryn Bosstick, a Texas-based mom of two, has added a new step to her nightly routine: taping her mouth shut. Bosstick, an entrepreneur and founder of The Skinny Confidential -- a lifestyle product line, book and podcast... Read More.
(WASHINGTON) -- Several police officers in Washington D.C. are facing allegations of police brutality and excessive force after video of a brutal arrest of two men went viral and the Metropolitan Police Department’s Internal Affairs Bureau is now investigating the incident as city leaders and... Read More.
(NEW YORK) -- Getting a foot in the door at a company is a huge step for any job seeker. And one woman's clever concept involving a cross-country pastry ploy quickly went viral on LinkedIn, but it was an unexpected friendship with the Instacart... Read More.
(NEW YORK) -- Although the daily death rates have ticked down slightly from August, updated federal data shows that the U.S. is still losing hundreds of Americans to COVID-19 every day, and 225,000 people in the U.S. have been lost to the virus since... Read More.
(NEW YORK) -- Although reported COVID-19 case levels in the U.S. are still falling after a viral resurgence over the summer, there are preliminary indicators that infection rates may be back on the rise across the country. In recent weeks, federal data has shown that... Read More.
(NEW YORK) -- The number of U.S. wastewater sites reporting increases in the presence of COVID-19 in their samples appears to be plateauing after a significant decline in recent weeks. Federal data shows that about 44% of wastewater sites, which are currently providing data to... Read More.