A wide swath of America is bracing for ice, snow and other winter weather dangers to blast through this week.
The debate over whether or not to ban gas stoves may have started as an environmental issue — and then became a political issue — but it’s also a health issue.
The long reign of La Niña may soon be over.
While people born in Bridgeport, Connecticut, can expect to live around 83 years on average, natives of Jackson, Mississippi, have lives that are 8.6 years shorter.
The United States Postal Service is set to increase the cost of postage to cope with the rising cost of operations.
U.S. News & World Report released its 2023 jobs report, which includes the careers analysts believe will be the most stable in what could be a turbulent economic year.
After voters in several states approved recreational marijuana in 2022, the U.S. heads into the new year with nearly half of states having full legalization.
“This is the largest scale event that I’ve ever seen,” Southwest CEO Bob Jordan told the Wall Street Journal Monday.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said it’s tracking a “possible increase in invasive group A strep” among children.
When the vaccines against COVID-19 first came out, health officials advised everyone get “fully vaccinated” as soon as they were eligible. At the time, that meant two doses of the Moderna or Pfizer vaccine, or one dose of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine. It’s safe to say that things have changed since then.