The disappearance of Carolyn DeFord's mother is among countless cases of missing Indigenous women. Without closure, DeFord continues to grieve. But a special memory and a new grandson give her hope.
Pfizer researchers looking for a drug to treat SARS found clues that gave the company a head start in its quest for a pill to treat COVID-19, including the omicron variant.
Among his new steps to fight COVID surges this winter: requiring private health insurers to reimburse people for at-home tests. It also calls for more people to get vaccines and boosters.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has identified the country's first confirmed case of the Omicron coronavirus variant in a California patient. So what does that mean for Idaho? Idaho ...
Ian Fishback was a Green Beret who exposed torture by U.S. troops in Iraq. After serving four combat tours and earning a Ph.D. in philosophy, Fishback died last month in a nursing home. He was 42.
A day before the Friday deadline, lawmakers approved a spending bill that will keep federal agencies running through Feb. 18, 2022.
Mark Cuban last month purchased Mustang, Texas, all 77 acres, with a population of 23 people. He told the Dallas Morning News that he bought the town because "a friend needed to sell it." ...
Lady Gaga stars in the film House of Gucci as a woman at the center of a scandal in the world of fashion. Her character turns to murder after being cut from the family business.
NPR'S A Martinez talks to musician Greg Kurstin about the Hanukkah Sessions he does with Dave Grohl. They record eight cover songs, by Jewish artists, and release one for each day of Hanukkah.
The one-time presidential rivals went to Charlotte to promote the infrastructure act. They also fending off increased chatter about how the president's low approval ratings could affect their futures.