- Opinion: Vaccinations in migrant camps could prevent a flu pandemic. Government officials are doing
- Abortion rate in the U.S. falls to a 46-year low, data show
- Air pollution gets closer to a fetus than scientists had realized, study suggests
- 80,000-plus Kaiser workers may strike Oct. 14, but talks continue
- California Gov. Gavin Newsom takes executive action on vaping and e-cigarettes
- Germany: Appropriate funding for ICT in educational settings still needed
- New study shows how education policies impact students, teachers and principals
- UN Special Rapporteur: education is a crucial tool to combat severe abuses of human rights
- Education at a Glance 2019 shows governments must accelerate progress towards SDG 4 and quality educ
- UK: increasing starting salaries – a step in the right direction for guaranteeing recruitment and
- Omarosa visits Michael Cohen in prison, has taken on role of ‘personal adviser’: source
- California judge blocks law requiring Trump to submit tax returns to compete in state's 2020 primary
- Pentagon weighing move to send more troops to Middle East to deter conflict
- Sanders touts fundraising milestone, hitting 1 million individual donors
- Jesse Watters: Biden's 2020 chances finished; Warren set to win nomination
Trump's authority to revoke California's waiver from federal clean air rules rests on a very shaky legal foundation.
A study suggests a potentially effective way to improve the cardiovascular health of poor and minority Americans: Give them a daily pill with low doses of several heart medicines.
An appeals court reinstates a lawsuit against Dignity Health for denying surgery to a transgender patient.
Who is to blame for the nation's deadly opioid epidemic? That's the question at the heart of MDL 2804, largest civil action in U.S. history.
The College Student Right to Access Act would require California public university students on-campus access to the "abortion pill." It's on Gov. Newsom's desk, and he should sign it.
Conditions in immigrant detention facilities are ideal for creating deadly flu strains.
Abortion rate falls by 20% from 2011 to 2017 across nation as Republican-led states pursue antiabortion regulations