McDonald's Facing New Charges Of Sexual Harassment
The incidents are alleged to have occurred at corporate and franchise stores in 20 cities. The company promises more training for employees and managers on its anti-harassment policy.
U.S. Postal Service Is Testing Self-Driving Trucks
The two-week pilot program will put five autonomous semi-trucks on the road, making the journey between Phoenix and Dallas.
New York Assembly Passes Bill Closing 'Double Jeopardy' Loophole As Rebuke To Trump
Top Democrats in the state are framing the change as a way to stand up to President Trump and allow for state prosecutions of those he pardons for federal crimes.
Once A Homeless D.C. Teen, Now A Georgetown Graduate
In 2014, Rashema Melson was a homeless high school senior who was awarded a full scholarship to college. Now, she is a graduate of Georgetown University who hopes to return to help her community.
The Struggle To Hire And Keep Doctors In Rural Areas Means Patients Go Without Care
A new generation of family physicians wants a work-life balance. But practicing in a small town is a 24/7 job, which is worsening the ongoing doctor shortage in rural America.
With Workers Hard To Find, Immigration Crackdown Leaves Iowa Town In A Bind
Business leaders worry that tough laws against undocumented workers will discourage legal immigrants from coming to the state to work. Iowa's low jobless rate has left businesses struggling to hire.
Belgian Monastery Will Brew Beer Again, After A 220-Year Pause
The last time Belgium's Grimbergen Abbey brewed its own beer, the United States was only about 20 years old.
Across The Country, Protesters Rally To Stop States' Abortion Bans
Protesters rallied outside statehouses and the Supreme Court, where some of the laws may eventually be considered. Hundreds of events were part of a national day of action called #StopTheBans.
Medical Investigation: How Did 494 Children in One Pakistani City Get HIV?
In late April, a tragedy began to unfold in Larkana. First one, then 15, now hundreds of youngsters have been found to be HIV positive. Who is responsible?
Dressbarn, Women's Clothing Chain, To Close All Stores
The company's CFO, Steven Taylor, called it a difficult decision but said the "chain has not been operating at an acceptable level of profitability in today's retail environment."
Republican Tennessee House Speaker To Resign After Lewd And Sexist Texts
Glen Casada announced that he will resign his state House speakership after inappropriate and offensive texts leaked weeks ago. He has served in the Legislature for nearly 20 years.
Accused Shooter In New Zealand Mosque Attacks Charged With Terrorism
New Zealand police charged Brenton Tarrant, an Australian citizen, under the Terrorism Suppression Act. He also faces charges of 51 counts of murder and 40 counts of attempted murder.
Democrats' Impeachment Divide Tests Pelosi
President Trump's efforts to block congressional oversight into his administration and special counsel Robert Mueller's report is ratcheting up impeachment talk among House Democrats.
'The Economy Is Slipping': China's Slowdown Hits Former Boomtown
Car production is shrinking in China's Chongqing, and auto workers struggle to transition.
When LA's Air Got Better, Kids' Asthma Cases Dropped
New cases of asthma dropped dramatically in Los Angeles communities where air quality improved the most over 20 years. The results illustrate health benefits from pollution control.
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