Early in the pandemic, shortages of N95 respirators and other medical gear prompted panic across the world. A year later, the masks still aren't widely available to U.S. consumers.
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The move is one of his more controversial campaign promises, and industry groups say they will sue. But it won't have much immediate impact on driving down climate-warming emissions.
Eighty percent of the mayors who responded say they believe their police budgets last year were "about right."
New federal laws seek to improve mental health care for veterans and their families. But advocates say it will take time for local communities to feel the effects.
Raymond Reeves, a storybook Texas farmer and rancher, died of COVID-19 complications in November, one of Texas’ more than 34,000 deaths.
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More vaccines are making their way to Texas, but not everyone's going to get vaccinated. Here's some of the information you'll need to know about the state's plan to distribute the vaccine.
"Gun Play," a new podcast from KERA and Guns & America, follows a Dallas youth theater company as they create an original play about guns during the deadliest year in U.S. history for school shootings.
Shingle Mountain is a more than 70,000-ton toxic waste dump in a mostly Black & Latino area of southeast Dallas. Read more about how it's affecting residents & the city's plan to remove it.
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