Valerie Rupert is instructed on the proper way of using a fire arm at the Recoil Firearms store in Taylor, Mich

Black Women Seeing Guns As Protection From Rising Crime

Black women are increasingly are considering gun ownership for personal protection, according to industry experts and gun rights advocates.


1:45Home destroyed by Hurricane Ida

Hurricane Ida Leaves Some Residents With Nowhere To Turn

0:30Jason Ledet relieves a tool as he works in a destroyed bowling alley.
Steve Helber / AP

Ida Leaves Gulf Town Of Houma In Tatters

3:20Couple looks at their home

Louisiana Residents Start Cleaning Up After Hurricane Ida

Texas state Rep. Donna Howard, D-Austin, center at lectern, stands with fellow lawmakers in the House Chamber in Austin, TX
Eric Gay / AP

Texas 6-Week Abortion Ban Takes Effect

2:10A child wearing a mask

Florida Withholds Funding Over School Mask Rules

2:06Firefighters carry water hoses while battling the Caldor Fire near South Lake Tahoe, Calif., Tuesday, Aug. 31, 2021.
Jae C. Hong / AP

Winds Drive Caldor Fire Closer To Lake Tahoe

1:54High waves on Lake Pontchartrain as Hurricane Ida nears, Sunday, Aug. 29, 2021.
Gerald Herbert / AP

Officials Say New Orleans' Levees Weathered Hurricane Ida

2:14Afghans stand in line

What's Next For Afghanistan?

0:21Willy Sanjuan / Invision via AP
"Jeopardy!" Executive Producer Mike Richards.

Mike Richards Out As Producer Of 'Jeopardy!' And 'Wheel Of Fortune'

1:50President Joe Biden
Evan Vucci / AP

President Biden Praises Airlift, Defends Departure From 'Forever War'

1:51Family honors fallen soldiers

KSTU: Utah Neighbors Remember Service Members Killed In Kabul

Texas Gov. Greg Abbott.
Jabin Botsford / AP

Texas GOP Voting Bill Nears Final Approval By Governor

Consumers shop at a Walmart store in Vernon Hills, Illinois.
Nam Y. Huh / AP

U.S. Consumer Confidence Index Drops To Lowest Level Since February

A real estate sign is posted in front of a newly constructed single family home.
Charles Krupa / AP

U.S. Home Prices Soar At Record Annual Pace

Rose Grayson comforts James Grayson and Rudy MCollum,
Bob Brown / Richmond Times-Dispatch / AP

Black Men Executed In 1951 Rape Granted Posthumous Pardons

2:01Nursing students.

KNXV: Why Some Nursing Students Feel Encouraged By The Pandemic

0:33Former New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo.
Seth Wenig / AP

Cuomo Legal Battles Could Cost Taxpayers At Least $9.5M

2:10Kids use tablets.

KGTV: How California's Digital Divide Impacts Students

4:57Sexual health educator, Scout Bratt, gives a walkthrough on menstrual products

Chicago's Sex Ed Curriculum Seen As Tool Against Domestic Violence

1:43Teacher sits with students.

KTNV: Nevada Teacher Uses TikTok To Inspire Students

2:10Man looks at a horse.

KMGH: Horses Help Heal Colorado Veterans Battling PTSD

0:36Homes are flooded in the aftermath of Hurricane Ida,
David J. Phillip / AP

Thousands Face Weeks Without Power in Ida's Aftermath

2:26Woman sits in front of stuffed animals.

KNXV: This Nonprofit Sends Teddy Bears To Comfort Disaster Survivors

1:15Man cuts a fallen tree.

Hurricane Ida Leaves Louisiana Residents In The Dark

3:55Monoclonal antibody treatment for COVID-19
Joe Cavaretta / AP

Survey Indicates Black Patients Aren't Offered Antibody COVID Therapy

2:24A Marine escorts a young girl at an evacuation control checkpoint during an evacuation at Hamid Karzai International Airport
Staff Sgt. Victor Mancilla / U.S. Marine Corps

America's Longest War Comes To An End

2:30Kids do crafts around a table.

WEWS: Ohio Woman Works To Give Children A Chance To Succeed

3:45Family enters building.

Afghan Community In California Scrambles To Help Relatives

0:32Jacob Blake's sister Letetra Widman and uncle Justin Blake march at a rally.
Morry Gash / AP

Jacob Blake Learning To Walk Again Following Police Shooting

0:26People walking, wearing masks
Rick Bowmer / AP

Federal Civil Rights Inquiries Over Bans On Mask Mandates