COVID-19 has exacerbated a backlog of domestic and foreign drug manufacturing inspections that the FDA is still too short-staffed to adequately deal with.
Nord Stream 2 is a pipeline that will deliver Russian gas to Western Europe – and, by extension, increase Putin's influence across the continent. That makes Ukraine and some other countries nervous.
Around 100,000 LGBTQ US students study at religious institutions that can legally discriminate against them. A lawsuit seeks to end that religious exemption but faces an uphill struggle.
Maasai in Tanzania use their mobile phones all the time – usually to communicate with people they already know. But dialing errors can also breed friendships and business opportunities.
A hands-on approach to learning about bugs can help students from urban communities take an interest in science.
Support for the Affordable Care Act is at an all-time high.
Starting in July 2021, most US families will get monthly payments from the IRS of either $250 or $300 per child under 18.
A researcher on youth organizing presents her evidence for how critical race theory benefits students and society.
The most successful third parties in US politics don't typically rise to dominance, but instead challenge the major parties enough to force a course correction.
Some skeptics say that the growing prevalence of transgender teens is a fad. But history and some recent research show it's not so simple.
The research community is taking a closer look at the lab-leak hypothesis for the origin of COVID-19, prompting discussion about the risks and benefits of engineering viruses.
The daily deluge of information produced by the news media can drown consumers in confusion and anxiety, but there are steps you can take to filter out the noise and remain enlightened.
Managed retreat doesn't always mean leaving. It's about preserving the essential while redesigning communities to be better for everyone. Here's what that can look like.
A bipartisan group of senators proposed the gas tax should be indexed to inflation to help pay for new infrastructure spending, an approach Biden calls 'regressive.'
The cost of food that gets trashed anywhere between the farm and your plate is hundreds of billions of dollars a year in just the US. But a lot can be salvaged as ingredients for other food products.
Oceanographer Robert D. Ballard, who is best known for finding the wreck of Titanic, has written a memoir recounting his biggest discoveries and calling for more ocean exploration.
In an unanimous decision, the nine justices said the city of Philadelphia was wrong to exclude a Catholic agency from its adoption programs.
Fathers whose own dads were highly nurturing tend to have healthier levels of competition and be more emotionally open.