At issue was the Trump administration’s decision to expand the types of organizations that could opt out of providing cost-free access to contraceptive care and the extent to which the government should create exemptions for religious employers and others who assert moral objections.
In the race for a coronavirus vaccine, scientists are turning to RNA testing. How the Small Business Administration funneled money to major chains. And, why historically black colleges and universities face unique challenges during the pandemic.
Politicians, donors and party officials, especially seniors at higher risk of complications from covid-19, face a difficult choice between a personal risk to their health and a potential backlash from the president and his supporters.
Marine Gen. Kenneth F. McKenzie Jr., who heads U.S. Central Command, said the United States must remain patient as Prime Minister Mustafa al-Kadhimi challenges groups with formidable military and political clout.
It’s unclear whether the schools push will be a political winner for President Trump. Some parents are eager to return to normal but many others, fearful of the coronavirus, have told districts they want to keep their children home this fall.
White people without a college education can still find better pay in big cities. But for black people without a college degree, moving to a city no longer guarantees entry to the middle class, new data suggests.