The Supreme Court left Alabama’s congressional redistricting—deemed a violation of the Voting Rights Act by the lower court—in place through the 2022 midterm elections.
Given that there were armed officers present at earlier school massacres the public is understandably right to wonder whether armed teachers can effectively neutralize a shooter.
The root of the shortage begins with a concentration of production, with two companies dominating the industry with about 80% of the U.S. market.
Two studies show it is not a great idea to count on forests as a widespread carbon solution for climate change through the 21st century, particularly if societies don’t reduce their emissions.
As Republican fear mongers like Elise Stefanik whip out conspiracy accusations and blame about the baby formula shortage, the real facts from a pediatrician are more useful.
Tucker Carlson is pulling from an old playbook as he stokes anxiety about a masculinity crisis that doesn't actually exist.
Civica Rx, a nonprofit that manufactures generic drugs, is trying to help solve the problem of rampant insulin price gouging and profiteering by major drug makers.
If the Supreme Court does strike down Roe v. Wade, it will be the first time the Supreme Court would be setting a precedent to take away a constitutional right from Americans.
The leaked draft of the Supreme Court's repudiation of Roe v. Wade has caused an explosion of anger from a wide majority and cheers from right wing religious extremists.
During the Civil War, Harriet Tubman put aside her fight against slavery to conduct combat as a soldier and spy for the United States Army.
New research suggests disease-causing parasites can hitch a ride on microplastics and potentially spread throughout the seas.
Fewer people are wearing masks today in spite of the fact that the COVID-19 pandemic is still going. April 22nd alone saw over 55,000 new infections in the U.S. And nearly 700,000 globally.