Relatively quiet street in Downtown Chicago

What Happens To City Centers When So Many People Work Remotely?

As more employers embrace remote work, city centers are emptier than before the pandemic.


2:14A hospital hallway.

WTVF: Addressing Tennessee's Mental Health Bed Shortage

1:18Firefighters Battle Blaze

KSTU: Utah Firefighters Help Battle Oregon's Bootleg Fire

4:40File photo: Texas student wears a mask and raises hand
AP / LM Otero

Understanding Texas' Disputed History Curriculum

0:26In this May 16, 2006 file photo former Washington Archbishop, Cardinal Theodore McCarrick pauses during a press conference
J. Scott Applewhite / AP

Ex-Cardinal McCarrick Charged With Sexually Assaulting Teen

0:52Nevada Gov. Steve Sisolak and California Gov. Gavin Newsom survey wildfire damage.
Sam Metz / AP

CA, NV Governors Request More Federal Aid To Battle Wildfires

2:37Daniel Richard in hospital
Daniel Richard

Some Vaccinated Americans Still Face Long-Haul COVID, Hospitalization

1:39Hiring sign in the yard.

WEWS: Ohio Businesses Still Struggling To Staff Up

0:25A hiring sign is displayed outside a retail store in Buffalo Grove, Ill.
Nam Y. Huh / AP

Jobless Claims Down 24,000; Economy Grew At 6.5% Last Quarter

0:19Taliban co-founder Mullah Abdul Ghani Baradar, left, and Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi, right
Li Ran / AP

Chinese Foreign Minister Meets With Taliban Leaders

3:24A polygraph examiner applies electrodes on the fingers of a subject.
Fernando Vergara / AP

Ex-Polygraph Chief: Polygraphs Need Not Deny Afghan Interpreters Visas

2:15Employment application

WXYZ: Why Some Americans Are Staying On Unemployment

0:34A Connecticut State Police Detective holds up a Bushmaster AR-15 rifle.
Jessica Hill / AP

Gunmaker Remington Offers $33M Settlement To Sandy Hook Families

1:18Aurora Police Chief Vanessa Wilson
Philip B. Poston / Sentinel Colorado / AP

Colorado Officers Arrested After Hitting Suspect With Gun

0:50Cal Fire officials monitor a firing operation, which is used to stop a wildfire from spreading.
Noah Berger / AP

Cooler, Wet Weather Helping Crews Battle California Wildfire

0:23Secretary of State Antony Blinken.
Elizabeth Frantz / AP

Investigation Launched Into Swastika Found At State Department

1:46Outside an apartment complex.

KNXV: Arizona Researchers Predict Upcoming Eviction Rates

2:56Zaila Avant-Garde in an interview

Spelling Bee Champion Keeps Her Eyes On The Future

0:58Colorado police officer John Haubert who was arrested after he allegedly beat a man, choked him and threatened to kill him
Aurora Police Department / AP

2 Colorado Officers Facing Charges After Violent Arrest

2:06Simone Biles, of the United States, performs on the vault

Putting 'Mental Health First,' Biles Withdraws from Team Competition

2:20Sanibel Beach in Florida.

WFTX: First Responders Warn Of Lightning Dangers After Accident

0:52An excavator clears rubble at the site of the Champlain Towers South condo building collapse and demolition in Surfside, Fla.
Rebecca Blackwell / AP

Final Victim Identified In Condo Collapse

A body is taken away from Gold Spa massage parlor after a shooting, in Atlanta.
Brynn Anderson / AP

Georgia Man Pleading Guilty To 4 Of 8 Asian Spa Killings

0:25A dark cloud of smoke rises above the chemical park in Leverkusen, Germany,
Mirko Wolf / DPA / AP

1 Dead, 16 Injured In Germany Chemical Complex Explosion

The sky above St. Peter's Square at the Vatican,
Riccardo De Luca / AP

Cardinal, 9 Others On Trial At Vatican In Money Scandals

0:23Thomas Barrack

Trump Ally Thomas Barrack Pleads Not Guilty

2:3816-inch softball co-ed league returns to Chicago Parks after 10-year hiatus
Cat Sandoval

Chicago's 16-Inch Softball Returns To Public Parks After 10 Years

AP Images

For Afghan Interpreters Outside Kabul, A Dangerous Journey Lies Ahead

2:05Attorney General Merrick Garland

AG Garland Launches Gun Trafficking Initiative To Stop Violent Crime

0:17A helicopter drops water to put out flames on the island of Sardinia, Italy.
Alessandro Tocco / LaPresse via AP

Wildfires Prompt Evacuations In Italy's Sardinia Region

0:35Flames consume a home as the Dixie Fire tears through the Indian Falls community in Plumas County, California.
Noah Berger / AP

Northern California Wildfires Merge, Prompting More Evacuations