Skaters on a frozen waterway

Major Winter Storm Hitting Millions Of Americans

The fast-moving storm will dump snow and ice over eastern parts of the country.

U.S.

6:05A cruise ship is docked.
AP

Major Cruise Lines Are Holding Off Voyages Amid Omicron Spread

3:11A woman wearing a winter coat gets tested for COVID-19
Seth Wenig / AP

COVID Cases Are Declining In New York City

White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki.
Andrew Harnik / AP

White House: Russia Prepping Pretext For Ukraine Invasion

8:41A man wears a face covering over his mouth and nose
Rick Bowmer / AP

Coughing With A Mask On? Here’s The Right Way To Do It

0:30University students walking
Orlin Wagner / AP

Navient Settles Predatory Student Loan Claims For $1.85B

5:47Student art against coronavirus
Newsy

Vaccine Access For Kids In Rural America Is A Struggle

3:45Anna May Wong on a U.S. quarter
U.S. Mint

Anna May Wong One Of 5 Women To Grace U.S. Quarters

3:20A broken smartphone
Ben Margot / AP

How 'Cancel Culture' Works

3:20An overview shot shows the flat, dry landscape of an Arizona town.
Scripps

Low-Income Community Tries To Beat Heat Island Atmosphere

2:39The Venmo app
Patrick Semansky / AP

Payment Platforms Like Venmo Required To Report Transactions To IRS

4:14Homeless people have tents set up
Newsy

How One Community Is Vaccinating The Homeless

2:11Darrell Brooks is escorted out of the courtroom.
Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel / AP

Waukesha Parade Attack Suspect Faces More Than 70 New Charges

2:34Taylor Swift performs during the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Induction ceremony.
AP

Why Don't Artists Like Taylor Swift Own Their Music Masters?

4:18Stewart Rhodes, founder of the Oath Keepers, speaks during a rally
Susan Walsh / AP

Seditious Conspiracy: 11 Oath Keepers Charged In Jan. 6 Riot

3:26Wall Street sign
Mark Lennihan / AP

Quarterly Reports To Show How Companies Are Handling Inflation, COVID

0:23A hiring sign is shown at a booth for Jameson's Irish Pub during a job fair in Los Angeles
Marcio Jose Sanchez/AP

U.S. Weekly Jobless Claims Rise To 230,000

Emmett Till, a 14-year-old black Chicago boy.
AP

Senate Passes Bill To Honor Emmett Till And His Mother

5:07N95 medical-grade personal protective masks.
Charles Krupa / AP

Many Universities Ban Cloth Masks, Require Medical-Grade Masks

2:58Man holding dog that looks like a Pokemon character
Gabriel Feitosa

Pet Grooming Business Skyrockets Through The Pandemic

2:01U.S. Army Soldiers, assigned to Bravo Company, 304th Expeditionary Signal Battalion, 1st Signal Brigade
DVIDS / Pfc. Isaih Vega

Army Increasing Bonuses For New Recruits As COVID Takes Its Toll

6:19A person rests on a table as they give blood for the Red Cross
Mel Evans / AP

The Red Cross Declares Blood Crisis For First Time

Students at the Mt. Greenwood Elementary School
Charles Rex Arbogast / AP

Chicago Teachers Accept COVID Deal, Keeping Kids In School

2:37A well wisher kneels at a memorial on the sign of Oxford High School
Paul Sancya / AP

Oxford High School Shooting Suspect Appears Virtually For New Hearing

8:24Sandra Garza and Brian Sicknick
 

Longtime Partner Of Brian Sicknick Reflects On Year Since Capitol Riot

2:31A woman looks at her loan statements.
Tyler Navas / Newsy

Student Loans Worsen Racial Inequalities In America

4:32Pedestrians walk on the campus at Stanford University in Stanford, California.
AP

Why The Fight To Cancel Student Debt Keeps Stalling

2:25Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine, left, talks with sergeant Madeline Plummer as he tours the Defense Supply Center Columbus.
AP

Ohio In Top 10 States With The Highest COVID-19 Hospitalizations

3:04A Hylio agriculture spray drone
Hylio

How Drones Are Changing The Landscape In Agriculture

1:52Shoppers walk past empty aisles of produce
Parker Purifoy / AP

U.S. Shoppers Find Some Groceries Scarce Due To Virus, Weather

0:31Britain's Prince Andrew
Neil Hall / AP

Prince Andrew Suit Goes Ahead Despite Epstein Deal