The Supreme Court returns Monday for its new session, with cases pending that could limit access to abortion, restrict unionizing among public employees and alter voter participation.
From 60 points down and a third of the money, Bernie Sanders is now up in polls and on par in fundraising with Hillary Clinton, who raised $28 million in the third quarter.
Studies showing that a treatment works are more likely to be published than those with a negative result. So talk therapy and drug therapy for depression are probably less effective than thought.
House Republicans questioned the head of Planned Parenthood on Tuesday, on whether the women’s health group needs federal funding.
As early as 2007, Volkswagen was reportedly warned by the contractor that supplied the now-infamous engine management software that it would be illegal to sell cars with deceptive settings.
Lots of politicians, Democrat and Republican, want to cut the number of brackets in the name of simplification. Here’s what’s wrong with that argument.
Did you see it? If not, don’t worry: this much-anticipated event — in which a supermoon went into a full lunar eclipse — was well-documented.
In front of the United Nations General Assembly, Obama was blunt. Speaking to Russia he said: “We cannot stand by when the sovereignty and territorial integrity of a nation is flagrantly violated.”
The pope’s address to Congress had something for everyone. It had several lines that might have made members of both parties uncomfortable — but mostly Republicans.
As the number of older Americans grows, so does the need for geriatricians to care for them. But few medical students are interested in the specialty, which isn’t particularly glamorous or lucrative.
While Planned Parenthood weathers attacks and a potential government shutdown looms, Americans are deeply ambivalent on abortion.
The meeting signals a possible smoothing of relations between the heads of state after the Israeli Prime Minister’s critical remarks about Obama’s plan to reach a nuclear deal with Iran.
Speaking candidly about the death of his son, the vice president was authentic and raw. If he does run, it’s that trait that could make him a dangerous challenger to Hillary Clinton.
Kim Davis, a born-again Christian, has been divorced three times. When she won her seat for Rowan County clerk, she took over from her mother, who held the position for 37 years.
Congress plans to address the Iranian nuclear deal this month, and one unresolved issue is how much work Iran might have done previously on weaponizing its program.