A SWAT officer points a shotgun at night while working the streets

FBI Sees Surge In National Use-Of-Force Database Participation

New numbers the FBI shared with Newsy reveal a sharp rise in the number of local police agencies disclosing serious use-of-force incidents.


3:33Speaker at 2020 March on Washington

Local Governments Look To Follow Illinois City's Lead On Reparations

1:00Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp
Atlanta Journal-Constitution / AP

Georgia Governor Signs Election Legislation Into Law

2:59Newsy Health Reporter Lindsey Theis and FEMA Deanna Frazier at a mobile vaccine site.

Federal Mobile Vaccine Clinics Boost Shots For People Of Color


Washington Distributing $11.5 Billion in Pandemic Aid To Farmers

0:26A "now hiring" sign outside a restaurant.
Nam Y. Huh / AP

U.S. Sees Fewest Weekly Jobless Claims Since Start Of Pandemic

0:27Sign listing mass shootings in Colorado hangs in front of King Soopers grocery store.
David Zalubowski / AP

Colorado Shooting Suspect's Attorney Requests Mental Health Assessment

0:37Comedian Jay Leno
Richard Shotwell / Invision / AP

Jay Leno Apologizes For Years Of Anti-Asian Jokes

0:24NOAA's Storm Prediction Center map of storm
NOAA / Storm Prediction Center

Southern States Prepare For Severe Storm

1:31Therapy dog

KOAA: Therapy Dogs Comfort The Community After Mass Shooting

1:56A picture of a stimulus check.

WTMJ: Why Lawmakers Say Inmates' Stimulus Money Should Pay Restitution

2:34Masked retail workers from sitcom "Superstore" stand together.
Trae Patton / NBC

NBC's 'Superstore' Ends As A Time Capsule For The Everyday American

0:43A sign bearing the names of 10 victims hangs on the temporary fence
David Zalubowski / AP

Boulder Shooting Suspect Makes First Court Appearance

2:47People on the beach

Some College Students Are Snagging Vaccines To Travel For Spring Break

0:55Robert Olds, back, uncle of Rikki Olds, the store manager who was one of 10 victims
David Zalubowski / AP

Honoring The Victims Of The Boulder Shooting

0:38A tribute is displayed outside the store owned by one of 10 victims in the mass shooting at a King Soopers grocery store.
David Zalubowski / AP

Friends Remember Tralona Bartkowiak

0:55A sign stands above floral bouquets lined along the temporary fence around a King Soopers grocery store.
David Zalubowski / AP

Colorado Shooting Suspect Appears In Court

0:36Rachel Levine
Caroline Brehman / AP

Senate Confirms First Openly Transgender Federal Official

2:00Migrants in a McAllen, Texas Relief Shelter

Inside High-Demand Migrant Relief Shelter Near U.S.-Mexico Border

1:46Family sits on a picnic blanket outside.
John P. Fleenor / Netflix

NAACP Honors Netflix's 'Family Reunion' For Portrayal of Black Life

2:50Militia members
Courtesy Mustafa Alali, Reuters, Women’s Protection Units and Gayle Tzemach Lemmon

Syria's All-Women Militia Has Been Crushing ISIS And Building Equality

0:22Pharmacist draws a syringe of vaccine
Jessica Hill / AP

Johnson & Johnson Vaccine Supply To Increase

0:31United States Postal Service Postmaster General Louis DeJoy.
Graeme Jennings / Pool via AP

USPS Announces 10-Year Overhaul To Increase Revenue, Avoid Bailout

2:39Couple hugs.

KGTV: Couple Reunites After Daily Phone Calls During The Pandemic

0:43Participants bring signs to the Stop Asian Hate
Dan Pelle / The Spokesman-Review / AP

Attack Victim Donates Money That Was Donated To Her

0:59Pre-kindergarten students work on their school work
Jae C. Hong / AP

Government Data Shows Racial Disparities In School Reopenings

2:18Cards from the "Pulling the Race Card" game.

WKBW: Sisters Create A Game To Foster Race Discussions

0:27Former Acting U.S. Attorney Michael Sherwin
Sarah Silbiger / AP

Former Acting U.S. Attorney Under Investigation After Interview

0:19Oakland Mayor Libby Schaaf speaking at a news conference.
Ben Margot / AP

Oakland Launches Guaranteed Income Program For Low-Income Families

0:25New York Mayor Bill de Blasio speaks to reporters.
John Minchillo / AP

New York City Mayor Forms Racial Justice Commission

1:33Friends hug at a memorial.

KMGH: Neighbors Grieve Shooting Victims