As graphic images from Gaza flood social media platforms, many people are claiming those images are fake, in the latest iteration of a disturbing trope.
The Grammy-winning bassist, bandleader and broadcaster talks about his love for music, family ties in the jazz world, and the thrill of sitting in with Wynton Marsalis as a teenager.
A Montana treatment center is one of two places in the U.S. offering long-term residential behavioral treatment for kids as young as 4. Now, administrators say it might have to close.
The Google-owned video platform says it will shut accounts if they don't disclose when they use AI tools to make realistic-looking content. Other platforms are adopting similar policies.
Experts say a right-wing campaign has cast efforts to combat rumors and conspiracy theories as censorship. As a result, they say, the tools to tamp down on election falsehoods have been scaled back.
About 1 in 5 people killed by police since 2015 were having a mental health crisis. Like other cities, Philadelphia is trying a new approach: sending along social workers to respond to those calls.
Last year, Michigan voters put the right to abortion in the state constitution. This year, the state legislature kept a 24-hour waiting period and said Medicaid can't pay for the procedure.
Completing a routine depression screening questionnaire during an annual checkup is cost-free under federal law. But, as one woman discovered, answering a doctor's follow-up questions might not be.
Hospitals were overwhelmed last winter by a surge in pediatric cases of RSV. Now a new monoclonal antibody shot could help, but price and supply issues are causing delays in getting it to infants.
Misleading and false information is muddying efforts to uncover who is responsible for the deadly blast that killed hundreds of people.
In LA and elsewhere, some parents are having trouble finding the new pediatric COVID shot, especially for those under 5. Not all pediatricians or pharmacies have it, even if vaccines.gov says they do.
On her album, Black Rainbows, Bailey Rae was inspired by the art, books and magazines at the Stony Island Arts Bank, a repository for Black history on Chicago's South Side, created by Gates.
"This is propaganda 101. You flood the gap, especially in those early hours, with content that suggests a certain narrative," said one observer.
Michigan Democrats want to pass new bills to remove abortion obstacles like a 24-hour waiting period, and a ban on Medicaid reimbursement. But one Democrat doesn't agree — and they need her vote.
A long waiting list at Montana's only state-run psychiatric hospital has left inmates untreated and stuck in county jails. To fix it, health officials want changes to involuntary commitment laws.