Hardship programs appear to be helping many people pause payments and survive the economic shutdown so far. But not everybody is getting the help, and advocates see big potential trouble ahead.
The former deputy attorney general, who appointed Robert Mueller, testifies as President Trump’s allies seek to tie Joe Biden to what they call abuses in the Russia investigation.
Members of the Congressional Black Caucus are pushing a wide range of proposals such as banning chokeholds as a response to the protests across the country following the death of George Floyd.
“I won’t let you won’t kill me or my child,” a protester yells at a Collier County Sheriff’s Deputy on Monday in downtown Naples. More than […]
Join host Thomas Allen Harris to explore American cities, towns and rural communities through the lens of the family photo album, unearthing rich personal stories that expand our […]
After an aborted launch attempt to the International Space Station on Wednesday, the weather cleared and the launch went ahead on Saturday.
More than 1 in 4 U.S. workers have lost their jobs since coronavirus shutdowns began. Last week, an additional 2.1 million people filed for unemployment benefits.
WGCU is one of five public media stations to take part in a new national public media initiative to promote inclusion. Move to Include is an ongoing project […]
In a video, the man repeatedly cries out and says, “I cannot breathe,” while the officer continues to push down on the man’s neck with his knee. The man has been identified as George Floyd.
Best Buddies, peers, public media staff work together on digital project WGCU Public Media teamed up with Best Buddies of Southwest Florida for a digital storytelling […]