A nearly empty Huntington Beach in California

California Beaches Reopen After Oil Spill

Officials in Huntington Beach are still warning people to stay away from areas that smell of oil and not to touch anything that has oil on it.


4:09Jelani Day
Day Family / Newsy

Celebration Of Life Held For Jelani Day

3:40Passengers queue up at the ticketing counter for Southwest Airlines flights
David Zalubowski / AP

Southwest Airlines Leaves Thousands Of Passengers Stranded

13:45Grandpa's (TikTok) House

In Real Life: Grandpa's (TikTok) House

3:44Two women sit and talk
Tyler Navas

Fixing Up Houses For Afghan Refugees


The Ripple Effects Working From Home Has On Business (In The Loop)


A Look Into America's Drone War


The Door-To-Door Push For Vaccines, Plus Profiles Of The Unvaccinated


Love And Marriage Amid The Pandemic, Plus The Polyamory Lifestyle

1:31John Wilson was found guilty of participating in a fraudulent college admissions scheme.
Josh Reynolds / AP

2 Parents Convicted In College Admissions Scandal

0:30A "for sale" sign is displayed outside a home
Gene J. Puskar / AP

Housing Market Starts To Cool

0:18President Joe Biden gestures on the North Lawn of the White House
Susan Walsh / AP

President Biden Declares Indigenous Peoples' Day

0:29Tesla CEO Elon Musk
Jae C. Hong / AP

Elon Musk Says Tesla Will Move HQ From California To Texas

President Donald Trump speaks at a rally
Evan Vucci / AP

Former Pres. Trump Using Executive Privilege In Jan. 6 Investigation

3:22Outside a Red Roof Inn

Are Hotels A Solution To Homelessness?

3:55Nadia Miller and Lisa Hayes of Pink 4 Ever
Amber Strong / Newsy

Black Women And The Breast Cancer Disparity

3:43A mural of George Floyd
Julio Cortez / AP

Minneapolis Police Officers Heard Talking About 'Hunting' Protesters

7:41A 2-year-old Cavalier King Charles Spaniel runs while playing with its owners
Julio Cortez / AP

Early Results Of Dog Longevity Treatment Show Promise

2:13Parents accompany their children outside of an elementary school
Mark Lennihan / AP

Pfizer Requests COVID Vaccine Emergency Use Authorization For Kids

3:57Sign for the Appalachian Highway System

Appalachian Road System To Get $1.25B From Infrastructure Bill


Interpreter Who Helped The U.S. In Afghanistan Is Now Helping Refugees

2:41A Chinese dragon at a Moon Festival
Cat Sandoval

Asian Grocery Stores Offer Food And Comfort

0:21Human resources recruiter speaks during a job fair.
Marta Lavandier / AP

U.S. Weekly Jobless Claims Fall To 326,000

6:28Families stand outside waiting to be reunited with their children after a school shooting
Tony Gutierrez / AP

Texas High School Shooting Suspect In Custody

7:20Students are greeted as they arrive to school.
Richard Drew / AP

Why Some Parents Are Opting Kids Out Of ESL Programs

0:17Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell
Alex Brandon / AP

Default Crisis Dodged — For Now — With Dem-GOP Debt Accord

0:50People hold signs up at a women's march rally.
Stephen Spillman / AP

Judge Orders Texas To Suspend New Law Banning Most Abortions

3:50Woman works on her laptop.

What's Behind The Nation's Gender Wage Gap?

4:12Raúl Rodriguez

Why One Former Border Agent Is Facing Deportation

2:48Migrants, most from Haiti, cross the Rio Grande towards Del Rio, Texas, from Ciudad Acuña, Mexico
Felix Marquez / AP

Clearing Up Migrant Misconceptions

4:29Actors from the television series "Brooklyn Nine-Nine."
NBC / "Brooklyn Nine-Nine"

'Copaganda' And The Portrayal Of Good Cops In Pop Culture