Thousands of protesters march up 5th Avenue in New York City Thursday evening shouting "Hands Up, Don't Shoot" and "Black Lives Matter" in response to controversial shootings by police this week in Louisiana and Minnesota.
The fireworks display in Washington, D.C. was partially obscured by overcast weather for the Fourth of July, prompting PBS to use older footage from previous years in their annual “A Capitol Fourth” broadcast of the celebration.
It was a busy morning Monday, June 27, 2016, at Fresno Yosemite International Airport as war veterans boarded a plane for the 10th Central Valley Honor Flight. The vets are going to Washington, D.C., to tour the Capitol and see memorials dedicated to the wars in which they fought.
He is only two years old but Juan Ignacio Rodriguez can hit a golf ball like a pro. This tiny tot has only been golfing for a year but watch out, world! Juani (as he is affectionately called by his parents) has his eye on the ball.
While the battle continues over North Carolina's HB2 bill, a related law aimed at making bathrooms open to all genders has been in effect in Washington, D.C. since 2006. Local business owners who have had to adapt see it as practical and convenient.
From President Barack Obama to Director Steven Spielberg, colleges and universities across the country hosted a range of commencement speakers this spring to help celebrate the Class of 2016. Listen to some of the most prestigious guests makes jokes about their age and own academic struggles to inspire the new graduates.
Valley fever is a fungal infection mostly common in the southwestern United States, particularly Arizona and California. While minor flulike symptoms for some people, valley fever can be severe and even deadly for others. Here’s what you need to know.