If upheld, the decision “affects almost everyone in America,” an expert in health law said.
Guidelines on postpartum fitness are vague, but there safe and effective ways to work out.
Democrats are seizing on a Texas judge’s decision to amplify their argument that the GOP wants to deny protection for millions of Americans with preexisting medical conditions.
Guatemalan girl’s family is calling for an “objective and thorough” investigation into her death, a representative for the family said Saturday.
Mr. Conklin’s design of the Navy Memorial on Pennsylvania Avenue helped revive the Penn Quarter neighborhood.
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The comedian had written: "i really don't want to be on this earth anymore."
Another Fox News host has lost advertiser support over controversial comments.
The decision by a federal judge in Texas sparked criticism but will not immediately change anything.
Mr. Fralic starred at the University of Pittsburgh and for the NFL’s Atlanta Falcons.
He was under intense pressure because of multiple probes of his conduct and personal dealings.
The youngster lost by a single vote. Here's what Hillary Clinton told her.
Walter and Raymond Cichon "were gods to me," the Boss remembers during his Broadway show, which closes Saturday but launches on Netflix.
The first superhero blockbuster, which had its premiere at the Kennedy Center, inspired generations of creators and filmmakers.
Former Senate Intelligence Committee staffer would face 2-year prison term if prosecutor’s recommendation is adopted by judge.
The ruling, which cited changes to tax law, is expected to ultimately send the fate of the Affordable Care Act back to the Supreme Court.
Priebus wrote that he was inspired after meeting the family of a Navy SEAL who died in action.
Opponents say the aging Line 5 puts the Great Lakes at risk. Michigan’s outgoing governor wants to ensure it keeps operating.
The transplant system rests on 58 obscure nonprofits that collect and transport organs. Sometimes, mistakes happen.
While grades ultimately don’t matter in getting a job, they are very important in relation to another one of life’s selection processes: college admissions.
The aging Vietnam veterans who have organized the Memorial Day motorcycle rally for three decades say it’s become too costly and too much of a hassle.
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