We regularly encounter stories of Americans struggling to stay financially afloat, buffeted by the day's economic challenges. So many focus on a woman who is identified a quarter of the way in as a "single mother." She's often portrayed facing impossible demands of holding a paying job while…
Time will tell if the new All for Justice ad stays up.
When Gov. Ron DeSantis referred to a “biblical storm surge,” he was assessing Hurricane Ian’s damage and, unknowingly, prophesying what’s to come in future years and decades in Florida.
Nearly every member of my family has ties to Mississippi. During school breaks, we would load up the Aerostar and head out from Detroit, down I-75 south to our grandparents' home in Cruger, a small town nestled somewhere between where Emmett Till's body was found and where Medgar Evers was a…
SANIBEL ISLAND, Fla. — There was no time to waste. As Hurricane Ian lashed southwest Florida, Bryan Stern, a veteran of the U.S. military, and others began gathering crews, boats and even crowbars for the urgent task that would soon be at hand: rescuing hundreds of people who might get trapp…
Ranked choice voting has been in vogue across the nation, with many cities and some states changing their elections to incorporate it.
Ranked choice voting is gaining ground across America. In August, Alaska ran its first election using the method, joining Maine, New York City and many smaller communities.
From 500 to 700 persons were estimated in attendance at Pride Fest.
Something noticeably different this year at Nolan Catholic High School in Fort Worth, Texas.
The world has watched in shock, outrage and disbelief, as Russia’s President Vladimir Putin brazenly invaded his sovereign neighbor Ukraine — in a full-speed-ahead aggression that ended up with Putin cornering himself and entrapping much of the world in the mess he single-handedly created.
Millikin is special to me so when I point out a flaw I do it with hesitancy and pause. However, I think they are missing a key opportunity to do more than connect.
If we look at the most recent attempts to pass immigration reform, it can provide a better sense of the problems.
Commentary: What if the reason is not that things are getting worse but that we are getting worse at thinking about things in constructive ways?
🎧 The hosts debate the causes of the crisis at the border and what can be done to help fix this long-term problem.
The U.S. House of Representatives last week passed a bill to reform how Congress certifies electors after a presidential election. That bill (or a similar but slightly weaker Senate one) needs to pass the Senate now.
Is there no end to the mighty powers of our former President Donald Trump?
An international relations expert joins the Utterly Moderate Podcast to assess the current state of the war in Ukraine.
During an annual physical, doctors examine the heart, lungs and other vital organs. Now, a panel of health experts recommends physicians also check patients for anxiety. Dr. Lynn Bufka, from the American Psychological Association, joins CBS News New York's Mary Calvi to explain.
Talking with teachers about the beginning of the school year has me feeling optimistic. Everyone I talk to reports their students are energized, eager and motivated. This is a welcome change from the way students have been feeling for the past couple of years.
Dan Proft papers have also been accused of publishing incendiary racist stories about accused criminals who would soon be released into suburban communities.
South Carolina Sen. Lindsey Graham has introduced a federal proposal to place reasonable limits on abortion.
U.S. Sen. Lindsey Graham, R-S.C., has proposed a national U.S. abortion ban barring the procedure after 15 weeks. This push to restrict abortion access across the country follows a rash of new state laws passed by Republicans after the Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade in June.
The news that Columbia University filed fraudulent data to rise in the U.S. News & World Report college rankings has again raised the question of what these rankings mean. Does anyone imagine that as Columbia “plunged” from No. 2 to No. 18 (as its ranking was reassessed by U.S. News on its own estimated data) that the Columbia students sitting in their classrooms in Upper Manhattan felt the quality of their education slipping away?
In the not-so-distant past, the United States and its European allies were seemingly a stone’s throw away from clinching a nuclear agreement with Iran after 16 months of arduous talks.
🎧 The hosts discuss how harm reduction can make the world a safer place.
Biden reassures the public but won’t lift the official COVID emergency
The best way for the U.S. Supreme Court to preserve its legitimacy is to ignore public opinion.