Jul.07 -- Robert Shiller, Yale University professor of economics, talks about the lasting impact of the coronavirus on the housing market. He appears on "What'd You Miss?"
After almost 100 days in the hospital and weeks in a medically-induced coma while he battled COVID-19, Darnell Sheegog returned home.
Lines started forming at 3 a.m. as New Jersey centers that handle driver licenses and car registrations opened for the first time in 3 months.
A group of 239 health experts around the world says new evidence shows that the tiniest droplets from your mouth or nose can linger in the air for long periods of time...
The “Black Lives Matter” is calling for change across the country, in the fight for equality. However, some members of one group within the black community feel shut out.
Blackout Tuesday is a day of economic protest, with a grassroots campaign encouraging to only spend money at black-owned businesses on this day.
As the face mask market booms during the pandemic, not all face coverings are created equal.
Immigration and Customs Enforcement announced a policy reversal this week that could put thousands of international students in jeopardy of deportation.
Another DMV Confederate statue is in storage after being knocked off its pedestal. This time, it’s a 107-year-old statue that’s been the center of controversy in Montgomery County.
The housing market in St. Louis is experiencing a slingshot effect following the coronavirus shutdown.
Thousands of students across the U.S. are facing an uncertain future after ICE announced international students must leave the country if their universities move entirely online...
St. Petersburg, Florida, opened its nearly $100-million pier/park this week after seven years of construction.
Jason Moser, senior analyst at The Motley Fool, breaks down the latest in the markets and new numbers from Levi Strauss earnings.
Here is what can reopen in New York under the Phase 4 coronavirus response plan.
The Henry County Board of Commissioners voted on Tuesday to remove the Confederate monument that sits in McDonough square.
A constant stream of water flows along a Mississippi couple’s driveway and curb, even on bone-dry days. Marilyn Burns says this is a problem they have faced since 2001.
Several Northeast Ohio school districts have reported positive cases of the coronavirus among student athletes taking part in summer practices.
Police are continuing the investigation after a ghastly discovery by new homeowners in Trenton.
A 100-acre brush fire was blazing near Running Springs in the San Bernardino National Forest Friday afternoon.