Man walks in flood.

Flood Insurance Is About To Become More Expensive

The Federal Emergency Management Agency will move to a new pricing methodology to calculate costs.

U.S.

10:48Jelani Day
Day Family / Newsy

Jelani Day's Mother Speaks To Newsy About His Disappearance

1:32Migrants, mostly from Haiti, wait after being processed at a makeshift camp in Del Rio, Texas.
Eric Gay / AP

U.S. Launches Mass Expulsion Of Migrants Gathered In Texas Border Town

1:35A paramedic stands by an ambulance.
WLEX

WLEX: Kentucky Paramedics Struggle To Keep Up With Patient Surge

2:02Woman holds a baby.
Saint Luke's Health System

KSHB: Doctor Encourages Pregnant Women To Get Vaccinated

1:15North Port police vehicles
North Port Police Department / AP

Officials Believe They've Found Gabby Petito's Remains; Fiancé Missing

2:47Church
Scripps

Historical Boston Church Reconciles With Its Ties To Slavery

2:37Officers carry a casket.
Scripps

COVID-19 Keeps Killing Unvaccinated Officers

1:28Woman uses an app.
KMGH

KMGH: Device Helps Families Care For Loved Ones From A Distance

3:10Students learn to build
Scripps

Program Helps Students Turn Artistic Passions Into Careers

3:18Student looks at a computer screen.
Scripps

College Students Launch Experiment To Test Air Ventilation On Campus

2:49Hearing Aid
Scripps

The Push To Get Hearing Loss Covered By Medicare

2:15Two women stand in a kitchen.
KNXV

KNXV: Volunteer Bakers Cook Up Creative Cakes For Kids In Need

3:51Family speaks during interview
Scripps

Man Starts Nonprofit To Find Treatment For Brother's Rare Disease

3:28Empty college classroom.
Scripps

Making College More Affordable For Native American Students

2:37Mother and daughter smile in photo.
Scripps

Some Hispanic Parents Make A Cultural Shift In Raising Their Kids

3:16Statue of Jane Delano.
Scripps

Lawmakers Push For More Monuments Of Women In Washington

1:44Woman stands in front of a mural.
WTMJ

WTMJ: Milwaukee Artist Honors Her Family Through Graffiti

1:48Gen. Kenneth McKenzie, Commander of U.S. Central Command
Manuel Balce Ceneta / AP

Pentagon Admits Fatal Drone Strike In Afghanistan Was A Mistake

0:45Security fencing has been reinstalled around the Capitol in Washington, D.C.
J. Scott Applewhite / AP

DHS Warns Of Potential Violence Around D.C. Rally

0:36Kyle Rittenhouse listens to his attorney Mark Richards during a pretrial hearing.
Sean Krajacic / The Kenosha News / AP

Judge Denies Request For Evidence In Rittenhouse Trial

2:08Woman walks a dog.
KSHB

KSHB: Service Dog Helps Patient Regain Independence

4:00Girl Scuba Dives
Scripps

Nonprofit Teaches Girls STEM Lessons Through Scuba Training

0:51A pharmacy technician loads a syringe with Pfizer's COVID-19 vaccine.
Robert F. Bukaty / AP

Teachers Union President Says She Will Back A Booster Mandate

0:39A pharmacy technician loads a syringe with Pfizer's COVID-19 vaccine
Robert F. Bukaty / AP

U.S. Panel Backs COVID-19 Boosters Only For Elderly, High-Risk

1:47Man gathers peppers in field
KMGH

KMGH: Colorado Farmers Frustrated By Worker Shortage

0:28Migrants use a dam to cross to and from the United States and Mexico.
Eric Gay / AP

Thousands Of Migrants Converge Under Texas Bridge

3:58Transgender woman speaks during interview
Scripps

The Long-Term Impacts Of Hate Crimes

0:33Kyle Rittenhouse listens to his attorney Mark Richards during a pretrial hearing.
Sean Krajacic / The Kenosha News via AP

Prosecutors Seek To Enter New Evidence In Kenosha Shooting Case

0:24A specialist in Books and Manuscripts at Sotheby's, in New York, holds a 1787 printed copy of the U.S. Constitution.
Richard Drew / AP

Sotheby's Puts Rare U.S. Constitution Copy Up For Auction

1:39Doctor cares for patients
WTVF

WTVF: Tennessee Clinics Blame Politics For Antibody Treatment Shortage