Researchers at the University of Michigan say cost-savings and public safety benefits of swiftly demolishing dangerous vacant houses in Detroit could outweigh the risk of asbestos exposure to people in neighborhoodsBy
COREY WILLIAMS Associated PressMar... More »
EDGERTON, Wis. -- Austin Schumacher parked his unmarked squad truck and watched pheasant hunters work their way into the woods under the overcast, late-fall sky. The rookie Department of Natural Resources warden had just popped the lid of his salad container w... More »
ATLANTA (CBS46) -- Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms pushed back against President Donald Trump's assertion Thursday that some of the requests from states and cities for ventilators are excessive and not needed.
In a CNN interview Friday, Mayor Bottoms said P... More »
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have left Canada to set up their new home in California, according to reports.
Harry and Meghan, with their 10-month-old son Archie, are understood to be living in lockdown close to Hollywood in accordance with the state's corona... More »
The US now leads the world in the number of confirmed coronavirus cases.
There are almost 86,000 confirmed cases of the COVID-19 virus in the US - roughly 16% of the world's total of 532,000 - according to Johns Hopkins University.This puts it ahead of China... More »
A supermarket has had to throw away $35,000 (£28,500) of groceries after a woman "deliberately" coughed on fresh food.
Gerrity's Supermarket in Pennsylvania described the woman's actions as a "very twisted prank", and said it had no choice but to discard all o... More »