(NEW YORK) -- Wildfires are expected to worsen across the U.S. and by mid-century, the effects of wildfire smoke could bring startling health risks to 125 million Americans, a newly released study revealed.For decades, the effects of wildfires were felt mainly on the West... Read More.
(The Center Square) – The Washington House of Representatives is taking a second try at a bill that would set up an “independent” prosecutor’s office within the State... Read More.
(NEW YORK) -- When Harry and Jen Appel lost their home in Big Pine Key, Florida, to Hurricane Irma in 2017, they thought their insurance policies would cover the cost to repair and they'd rebuild in the same location.The couple showed ABC News' meteorologist... Read More.
(NEW YORK) -- Israel has unleashed hundreds of airstrikes into Gaza, a 140-square-mile strip of land home to roughly two million people, after the militant group Hamas launched a terrorist attack in Israel on Oct. 7.At least 2,778 people have been killed and 9,938... Read More.
(NEW YORK) -- A nationwide shortage of the asthma medication albuterol has been ongoing since last fall and experts fear it's only expected to get worse.Albuterol can be taken in several forms but it's the aerosolized solution used in a nebulizer in hospitals that... Read More.
(NEW YORK) -- A nationwide shortage of the asthma medication albuterol has been ongoing since last fall and experts say it's only expected to get worse.Albuterol can be taken in several forms but it's the aerosolized solution used in a nebulizer that the U.S.... Read More.
(NEW YORK) -- The economy has set off emergency sirens this year over growing recession fears, sky-high inflation and a battered stock market. But one area has allayed worries: jobs.Hiring last month exceeded expectations and defied warnings of a downturn. Moreover, in November, wages... Read More.
(NEW YORK) -- The image of barges idling along the Mississippi River could be indicative of future economic woes should the drought conditions in the Midwest continue to worsen, according to experts.The lower-than-usual water levels on one of the most important trade routes in... Read More.
(NEW YORK) -- The effects of sea level rise on coastal communities is even more drastic than scientists previously thought -- with more evidence pointing to increases in flooding, even on days without rain, according to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.High-tide flooding, or... Read More.