Hemp Farming Continues To Grow In Popularity
The U.S. Hemp Market expects production to triple by 2027.
Flint: The Poisoning Of An American City
When Flint, Michigan, changed its municipal water supply source in 2014, distribution pipes corroded and lead leached out into the drinking water.By Newsy
In Real Life: Plastic Time Bomb
A global exploration of microplastics' impact on our planet and on our health — and what scientists are doing to help fix the problem.By Newsy
Hawaii Volcano's Lava Could Block Major Highway
A blockage of the road would pose problems, especially for those who use it to commute from Hilo and other parts of the island's east side.By Gregory Bull / AP
Lions Rescued From A Ukrainian Zoo Have Found A New Home In The U.S.
Ukraine has made efforts to fly many of their most endangered animals out of the war-torn country, like lions from the Odesa Zoo.By The Wild Animal Sanctuary
Police Officers Receive Congressional Gold Medals For Jan. 6
Congress honored law enforcement officers who defended them and the U.S. Capitol, 23 months to the day after the Jan. 6 insurrection.By Alex Brandon / AP
Jewish Security Network Is Monitoring Antisemitic Threats In Real Time
A group of analysts is identifying and addressing threats to Jewish communities across the U.S. each day.By Newsy