The agency is expanding its testing phase of facial recognition technology to make sure you match your ID from 16 to 28 airports nationwide.
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With the summer cookout season now in full swing, consumer groups are issuing a warning about food safety.
This has Congress trying to lower prescription costs by cracking down on the so-called middlemen between insurance companies and pharmacies.
More ransomware attacks are happening nationwide, and every industry is a possible target.
The growing backlog of nursing home inspections has Congress on high alert.
More women are using midwives during their pregnancy. But a new government watchdog report shows there are barriers for patients who want these services and for the midwives who want to provide it.
The explosive use of artificial intelligence has Congress now debating the emerging technology.
New federal data shows a third of households nationwide used free at-home COVID tests last year. This was all part of the White House program which shipped out free rapid tests in the mail to those who requested them.
New nationwide numbers reveal teachers are making a lot less today they were a decade ago.
Buying a home remains a major part of the American dream, but a new nationwide survey shows that for many, the dream is still out of reach.