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Nonprofits ‘hopeful’ during inflation impacted ‘giving season’

With uncertain economic conditions across the country, it is unclear just how much giving will happen this year → Read More

Flags for the fallen: Senators begin weekend of remembrance for firefighters lost in duty

“Those who run to the scene, run to a burning building, run to an accident... these are the men and women that are there for us.” → Read More

Supreme Court backs Biden administration in immigration policy rollback

The Supreme Court finished its term Wednesday with a ruling in a case over a Trump-era immigration policy. → Read More

Frenzy outside the Supreme Court after reversal of abortion protections

Passion is flowing outside the Supreme Court after a conservative leaning bench ruled 6 to 3 in Dobb's versus Jackson Women's Health Organization. Washington News Bureau correspondent Peter Zampa is on the scene. → Read More

‘Our goal is to narrow it’ - civil rights organization finds persistent equality gap

As the country commemorates the freeing of black enslaved Americans this Juneteenth, some organizations are looking at how far the push for equality still has to go. → Read More

Tuscaloosa World War II hero honored at the U.S. Navy Memorial

A World War II hero from Alabama was honored in our nation’s capital Wednesday. → Read More

Experts eye ventilation improvements as COVID spikes continue

As another COVID-19 subvariant spikes around the country, experts want to mitigate further risks with indoor air quality control. → Read More

‘It’s going to happen again’ – Top health experts caution post-omicron life will see more variants without action

While the omicron wave of COVID-19 begins to subside in many areas, some experts warn that this is not the end of the pandemic. → Read More

Dr. Fauci hopeful level of COVID ‘control’ is on the horizon

President Biden’s Chief Medical Advisor, Dr. Fauci, calls the pandemic a “moving target.” → Read More

U.S turns cold shoulder to China ahead of Beijing Winter Olympic Games

While Team USA has their support, the Biden administration announced they will send no diplomats to the event. → Read More

Friends and family eulogize Bob Dole at the National Cathedral

The national honors for a Heartland hero continued Friday at the National Cathedral. → Read More

Late World War II hero Bob Dole’s gift to veterans

The nation continues to look back on the life of the late Senator Bob Dole this week after he died Sunday at 98. His legacy will live on from Russell, KS to the nation’s capital. → Read More

Mississippi abortion rights case heads to Supreme Court

The future of abortion rights in America could hang in the balance. → Read More

FEMA’s flood insurance program gets revamp, but the change could cost some Americans

Risk Rating 2.0 changes how likelihood of flooding is assessed with some areas now expecting premium hikes. → Read More

‘Visually spectacular’ night ahead as supermoon, lunar eclipse light up the sky

Tonight and tomorrow morning Americans can look to the skies and witness a rare event. → Read More

Day of service, justice still important during the pandemic, civil rights organization says

Martin Luther King Jr. Day is meant to be a day of service. The national holiday is, like most things, forced into a new look as the coronavirus pandemic rages on. → Read More

“I had the strongest antibodies” - Sen. Steve Daines touts vaccine trial success

Two effective COVID-19 vaccines are being spread around the country in record time, but only because of the efforts of scientists and willing trialists. → Read More

Food insecurity hits millions of Americans for the holidays

This holiday season will be a difficult one for millions of Americans. With the COVID-19 pandemic came widespread job insecurity, and then food insecurity for many. Food bank workers have never seen anything like this. → Read More

New crowdfunding platform exclusively targets first responders and their families

It has been 19 years since September 11 attacks on this country that left thousands dead and first responders feeling the impact to this day. → Read More

Civil rights leader: vaccine distribution can be a big moment to address ‘systemic disparities’

The race is on to develop multiple vaccines for COVID-19 in record time, but questions remain as to how the hypothetical vaccines should be released. → Read More