It's the 33rd day of the partial government shutdown. Across the country, the lack of federal funding has affected government employees, Native communities, Americans relying on food stamps and more. And the next victims of the month-long crisis could be Americans suffering from opioid addiction, as the money that funds treatment programs across the country dries up.
Since 2016, the city of Newark has been grappling with a growing crisis around the city’s drinking water and elevated levels of lead. Newark Mayor Ras Baraka discusses how his government is responding, and his pleas to President Trump.
After a pause in ice loss in 2013, scientists report that Greenland’s ice sheet is now melting at such an accelerated rate that it may have reached a “tipping point.”
Insect populations all around the globe are being decimated, with big effects on the environment.
Two months after the midterms, there is still no one in Washington representing voters in North Carolina’s 9th district.
The film "Green Book" scored five Oscar nominations on Tuesday after winning the Producers Guild Award on Friday. But many people feel the film traffics in stereotypes.