A man talks about receiving the call that his mother had died as his wife becomes emotional

Deaths Of 3 Women In Early Heat Wave Raise Questions, Fears

Because of climate change, deadly heat waves can strike just about anywhere, don't only fall in the height of summer and need not last long.

Sci/Health

Oval-shaped monkeypox virions.
CDC via AP

WHO: Nearly 200 Cases Of Monkeypox In More Than 20 Countries

2:44A man holds a sign on a street corner saying "Uvalde Strong."
Jae C. Hong / AP

Experts Say Community Support Can Help Mental Health After Trauma

3:57Bees fill a hive.
Newsy

Losing Bees Could Have Huge Implications For The Environment

0:21A sign at the entrance to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Ron Harris / AP

CDC Issues Travel Advisory After 2 New U.S. Monkeypox Cases Confirmed

People wait on line to get tested for COVID-19.
Brittainy Newman / AP

U.S. Making COVID Antiviral Drug More Available At Test Sites

3:43An elephant in the Bronx Zoo
Bebeto Matthews / AP

Animals Are Gaining More Rights

2:06A woman breaks down at the scene of the Uvalde shooting.
AP

Uvalde: Exploring The Symptoms Of Grief, Emotional Toll

3:26An infant and caretaker
Elaine Thompson / AP

Prenatal Testing Comes With Certain Risks

4:25Quadriplegic German Aldana Zuniga looks at a race car.
Newsy

Racing Thoughts: Quadriplegic Man Drives Race Car With His Brain

4:26The international space station is seen from the SpaceX Crew Dragon spacecraft.
AP

Why Space Junk Is A Compounding Issue For Missions, Astronauts

4:36Wind turbines in front of a coal fired power plant
Martin Meissner / AP

Solving Clean Energy's Consistency Problem

4:25A student stands next to his wind turbine project during the KidWind Challenge
Newsy

Students Build Wind Turbines In Competition Promoting Clean Energy

0:22Vials of the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine
Rogelio V. Solis / AP

Pfizer Says 3-Dose COVID-19 Vaccine Is Effective For Children Under 5

1:11President Joe Biden speaks before boarding Air Force One for a trip to Japan
Evan Vucci / AP

Biden Says Monkeypox Cases Something To 'Be Concerned About'

4:14Heavy traffic
 

Renewed Hope For Action On Climate Change

White House COVID-19 Response Coordinator Dr. Ashish Jha.
Susan Walsh/AP

U.S. Sees Risk Of COVID Supply Rationing Without More Funds

3:51Baby formula is displayed on the shelves of a grocery store.
Rick Bowmer/AP

Infants Hospitalized Due To Nationwide Shortage Of Baby Formula

0:44Migrants who had crossed the Rio Grande river into the U.S.
Dario Lopez-Mills / AP

Judge: COVID Asylum Restrictions Must Continue On Border

2:58Wildfire smoke hangs above power lines
Noah Berger / AP

Summer Heat Expected To Strain Power Grid, Force Outages

4:05Microscopic image of monkeypox virion
Cynthia S. Goldsmith, Russell Regner / CDC via AP

Potential Case Of Monkeypox Being Investigated In New York City

4:31Saguaro cacti are shown in front of an Arizona landscape.
AP

Climate Change Is Threatening The Saguaro Cactus' Survival

5:08Red snappers
U.S. Coast Guard

Coast Guard Searches For Poachers From Mexico Stealing Fish From U.S.

3:53A co-responder unit sits in a police car.
Newsy

VA Police Partner With Mental Illness Experts To Change Their Response

5:07A Russian scientist
 

President Biden Hopes To Draw Scientists Fleeing Russia To The U.S.

4:55A person holds a phone.
AP

How The New 988 Hotline Will Change Mental Health Crisis Response

2:30Monkeypox under a microscope
U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

What To Know About The Spread Of Monkeypox

3:19Doctor examines brain scans
Matt York / AP

Lack Of AAPI Participants In Alzheimer's Study Concerns Researchers

3:15Dr. Anthony Fauci, Director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, holds his face mask.
Jacquelyn Martin / AP

Officials Say More Areas Of U.S. May See Mask Recommendations

0:25Vehicle traffic and dense smog in New Delhi, India.
Manish Swarup / AP

Study: Global Pollution Kills 9 Million People A Year

An employee in North Korea disinfects the work floor
Jon Chol Jin / AP

North Korea Boasts COVID Recovery As WHO Worries About Missing Data