She’ll face a flurry of cases that touch on some of the most divisive issues in American life: abortion, healthcare, and LGBTQ rights.
The Supreme Court is set to hear yet another challenge to the Affordable Care Act on November 10, just one week after the presidential election on November 3
At Arizona State, finals week was suddenly moved up, giving students almost no time to study and cramming multiple exams into one day.
Employees report that their offices are keeping them in remote-work limbo, constantly pushing back re-opening dates but not committing to a long-term remote setup, either.
The nurses are overhead saying Joyce Echaquan was only good for sex and would be better off dead. "What would your kids think to see you like this?" they say.
A challenge to the Affordable Care Act is scheduled to come before the Supreme Court Nov. 10, just days after Election Day.
Misinformation and stigma around the novel coronavirus has led to more than 100 patients fleeing from COVID-19 care facilities.
The University of South Carolina started with a tidy coronavirus tracking dashboard and a few manageable cases. Then things started to unravel.
In the middle of an Austin neighborhood designated early on as a coronavirus hotspot, one co-op house has successfully turned itself into a bubble.
Surprise, surprise—your COVID-19 testing experience probably has a lot to do with how much money you have!