Here's a look at the states with the most new small businesses per capita, according to the Census Bureau.
Firefighters are racing to protect sequoia trees from wildfires in California, drone video shows a 'miracle house' untouched by lava in Spain, and more popular videos from the past week you may have missed.
The man was trying to trade in his vehicle for a new one. But upon checking the VIN, employees found that the vehicle was stolen from the dealership’s lot a few days earlier.
Treehouses of all kinds are experiencing a renaissance.
Preparing your lawn for winter is important if you want a healthy yard next spring. Here are seven fall lawn care steps to take before the first frost.
Check out modern homes in new communities around Winona
Biden has announced increases in food stamps that could set new record highs. Source by: Stringr
The Girl Scouts of the U.S. have released a new cookie, the Adventurefuls. Source by: Stringr
Increased wildfires have more people depending on apps to find out the quality of the air. Source by: Stringr
The House passed legislation Friday that would guarantee a woman's right to an abortion, an effort by Democrats to circumvent a new Texas law that has placed that access under threat.
Opening a major new phase in the U.S vaccination drive against COVID-19, CDC Director Dr. Rochelle Walensky signed off on a series of recommendations from a panel of advisers.
See how and where these deadly storms strike, and explore how their frequency and severity has increased over time.
Cookout season is here, and now back by popular demand: The game where you find out how many bratwurst you can eat in 20 seconds!
Track a timeline tracing the history of the United States flag, and learn how to fold and display the flag for Memorial Day and any other time.
Some states, cities and businesses wonder whether new mask guidelines will be safe or workable: There's no easy way to know who has been vaccinated and who hasn't. Want to do the right thing? Here's a new guide, "Mask Or Not?"
Soon you can start doing many things that you avoided because of the pandemic. Here's a rundown of risks for a wide range of activities, whether you got a vaccination or not. Plus, see maps showing vaccinations and infections in your county and state.
From getting to work to how we heat our homes and more, people impact the environment in many ways. As we celebrate Earth Day on April 22, explore the data and get a primer on the history of the environmental holiday.