Government Shutdown: Where Negotiations Stand on its 32nd Day
Workers will miss a second paycheck if the shutdown continues through the end of the week.
A new document showed that Trump administration officials considered family separation as early as 2017, months before the zero-tolerance policy was announced.
The father of gynecology made important discoveries for the field. But he made them in part by experimenting on enslaved black women.
In a 5 to 4 vote, the Supreme Court revived the Trump Administration's policy of barring transgender people from serving in the military.
Officials have known about the lead since 2016, but new testing shows the problem is getting worse.
Massachusetts Attorney General Maura Healey alleges that Purdue Pharma executives knew that the prescription narcotics they sold were highly addictive.
Charly Evon Simpson