Black women, particularly mothers, are leading efforts to treat people currently harmed by toxic neighborhoods and prevent future damage.
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The United States is pouring more money into electric vehicle infrastructure and rebates, but safety and affordability could be behind the gender gap between men and women owners.
Outside of the public eye, pleas, letters and negotiations were in action for months to gain the release of Brittney Griner from her imprisonment in Russia.
In a new Senate report healthcare providers explained how abortion bans have adversely affected their ability to care for patients and have cut down on abortion access even in states where it remains legal.
The Supreme Court's Dobbs ruling on abortion has changed the country, impacting those already most vulnerable and unleashing a new political energy.
A 19th/Survey Monkey Survey finds the economy is a bigger deal for Republicans and preserving democracy is bigger for Democrats as a motivating factor in this year’s midterm elections.
Toxic chemicals like PFAS are found in everything from menstrual products, canned foods, receipts, cosmetics, food containers, nonstick pans and many other consumer and industrial products like firefighting foam.
Facing a congressional stalemate, Democratic senators have asked the White House to consider a bevy of executive actions to protect abortion care ahead of an expected Supreme Court decision gutting Roe v. Wade.
The push by moms to adopt electric school buses to replace 480,000 diesel buses not only has environmental benefits but helps improve the health of their children.
Races for secretary of state are expected to have a higher profile in 2022, and possibly nowhere more than in Georgia, where the candidacy of Bee Nguyen, plus Stacey Abrams’ gubernatorial bid, will put voting rights at the center.
At Judge Rotenberg Center in Canton, Massachusetts, some students at the school wear electric shock torture devices at all times, while staff members monitor them for infractions.