Consumer prices are rising at their fastest pace in 39 years. We take a look at what’s behind the price hikes, and how it’s affecting small businesses and shoppers.
Two battalion commanders have been relieved of their positions in the army for refusing the COVID-19 vaccine. And a federal agency is creating a list of employees who seek religious exemptions.
A virologist gives us expert advice on how to strengthen the immune system to get protection from Omicron. And the doctor also predicts when we should expect the peak of infections.
House Democrats are hoping to vote on President Joe Biden’s larger social spending plan next week. But is that too optimistic? And a nonpartisan group says it'll cost much more than the White House’s estimate.
U.S. Navy SEALs are suing the Biden administration. It’s over claims they are being denied religious exemptions to the vaccine. This, while a new law in Illinois seeks to boost vaccinations by preventing employees from opting out for moral reasons.
Do death row inmates have the right to hear prayers at their execution? A debate is underway in the Supreme Court, after a condemned prisoner asked for prayers and physical contact with his chaplain at the moment of death.