According to Twitter, crisis are defined as “situations in which there is a widespread threat to life, physical safety, health, or basic subsistence.”
In April, rent prices in the United States reached new heights, and experts say they will not stop there.
Several regions in Bangladesh and India were inundated by pre-monsoon flooding on May 19-20. Fatalities were reported in both countries with transportation disrupted.
On May 19, Reed Timmer was in Chester, Illinois, where he witnessed a gas station and a gasoline truck among the damage left behind by severe weather.
Social media users shared a range of false claims this week. Here are the facts.
Meta is telling their employees how they are expected to discuss abortion at work. Veuer’s Maria Mercedes Galuppo has the story.
New details shed light on how the gunman in the Buffalo mass shooting was exposed to racist conspiracy theories online and the social media platforms he used to plan the attack, prompting calls for more oversight to prevent further tragedies.
A widespread shortage of baby formula has forced U.S. President Joe Biden to invoke the Defence Protection Act as Congress moved to pass a $28-billion US emergency funding bill.
TikTok star can recognize any country in the world in less than a second using just a photograph.
Buzz60’s Elizabeth Keatinge introduces us to a three-month-old giraffe and her life-saving braces.
CNN reports the pause on federal student loan repayments has been extended yet again by the Biden administration. Borrowers will now have until August 31 to forego student loan repayments. The pause on loan repayments has been in effect since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic.
On May 19, the Oklahoma Legislature passed a bill banning abortions at conception. The bill only needs to be signed by the governor to go into effect immediately. If that happens, it would become the most restrictive abortion ban in the United States.
A tiny twister took the pitcher's mound at a little league practice in Alabama.
Doctors say they’ve seen more Lyme patients over the years due to ticks thriving in warmer, humid weather.
The bears are rumbling toward Wall Street. Here's what you should know about the stock market's recent skid and how you can prepare.
Wall Street was headed for more losses at the open following the previous day’s rout as investors remained anxious over the impact of persistent high inflation on corporate profits and consumer spending. Futures for the S&P 500 and Dow Jones Industrial Average were 0.9% lower Thursday be…
A rare May heat wave across the Midwest last week likely caused the deaths of 3 people at an apartment complex in Chicago.
2 children were hospitalized after their families could not get the right formula for them due to the nationwide shortage.
Veuer’s Elizabeth Keatinge tells us which U.S. cities are the most popular to move to.