DUE TO MANY CHANGES IN OUR OPERATION I AM SURE EVERYONE HAS NOTICED THAT WE HAVE BEEN DOWN FOR A FEW WEEKS. WE HOPE TO BE BACK UP AND RUNNING OVER THE NEXT FEW WEEKS WITH REGULAR UPDATES DAILY.
In this corner of the Navajo Nation, just 100 miles west of Albuquerque, N.M., an estimated 40 percent of residents don’t have access to running water. Their savior is Darlene Arviso, born and raised on the Reservation, who drives her precious cargo – a tanker truck filled with water – to make monthly deliveries to 250 families. Lee Cowan reports.
Presidential candidate Donald Trump says there are many factors in the destabilization of the Middle East that include the United States.
Dana Bash talks with Senior Adviser to Draft Biden and longtime Biden confidant, Joshua Alcorn.
His masterful images capture the timeless majesty of Colorado’s landscape, but John Fielder also hopes his photographs will help stir others to protect the awesome splendor of his state
Ceremonies held on Sunday marked the 70th anniversary of the U.S. atomic bombing of Nagasaki, Japan. Photo: Nagasaki Atomic Bomb Museum
Many of America’s air traffic controllers suffer from chronic fatigue, potentially putting fliers at risk, according to a study conducted by NASA.
Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump talks to CNN’s New Day about the nuclear agreement with Iran.
There is a revolution underway at some of the nation’s busiest airports. Tastier food options and brighter designs are part of the plans to make travel more enjoyable and help travelers feel more at home. Anna Werner reports from Newark Liberty International Airport in New Jersey.
Ami Pykovski, the proprietor of a large clothing store in downtown Los Angeles, found himself grappling with the idea of closing his store on Shabbos. Torn between his business and a growing commitment to Judaism, he decided to write to the Rebbe. (1980s)