IE 11 is not supported. For an optimal experience visit our site on another browser.
  • UP NEXT

    Fears on Wall Street after week of historic losses

    02:31
  • Biden visits Samsung in South Korea in plan to add 3,000 American jobs

    00:50
  • Fifth-grader with alopecia creates nonprofit to send painting kits to children’s hospitals

    01:35
  • Russia steps up attacks on Kharkiv after Ukrainian forces regain territory

    02:15
  • January 6 committee in talks with former Trump AG Bill Barr

    00:57
  • Potential monkeypox case under investigation in New York City

    01:43
  • First Buffalo mass shooting victim funeral takes place

    01:22
  • Delivery of baby formula from Europe expected this weekend as shortage worsens

    02:02
  • Judge blocks Biden administration from lifting Title 42

    02:44
  • FDA Commissioner grilled on when baby formula will return to shelves

    05:01
  • Federal Reserve faces a tough challenge on cooling inflation

    01:46
  • New exhibition at the National Gallery of Art gives viewers global journey through Black history

    01:39
  • Memorial Day vacationers hit with high travel and lodging costs

    01:33
  • Turkey opposes Sweden and Finland’s bid to join

    02:00
  • Nationwide Covid cases are up 55 percent

    01:29
  • Milk banks work to meet demand

    02:09
  • FDA Commissioner grilled on when baby formula will return to shelves

    02:51
  • Secretary of state races in the spotlight as false election theories take root in U.S.

    03:33
  • U.S. Soccer to split World Cup prize money between men’s and women’s teams

    01:38
  • Records show Hunter Biden’s company made millions from joint venture funded by Chinese company

    03:11

Glass Half Full recycles bottles into a force for good in New Orleans

01:35

Millions of glass bottles from Bourbon Street and beyond are recycled through “Glass Half Full,” an organization run by friends Max Steitz and Fran Trautmann. The two realized New Orleans has no curbside glass recycling program. They began collecting used bottles in a backyard and are now running a 40,000-square-foot facility. So far, they say they diverted more than 2 million pounds of glass away from landfills.