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Although the Supreme Court blocked one of the president’s debt cancellation plans, his administration has forgiven billions via other policies.
A newly announced merger could radically change the streaming landscape.
How much do NATO members contribute to the alliance?
How likely is the verdict to stand?
Forty-seven states impose restrictions on political candidates who lost a primary election, but how they would apply in a presidential election is not always clear.
The revelation that U.N. staff members participated in October 7 is the latest in a string of controversies.
Long-established procedures guide virtually every military operation carried out today.
Who has the authority to do what at the U.S.-Mexico border?
Federal and state governments, along with private enterprises, are all trying to deliver prescriptions at lower prices to consumers.
The United Nations arm will weigh in on claims of genocide.
Documents made public last month reveal new details in ongoing Epstein cases.
The Supreme Court hears arguments in two fishing cases that could limit rule-making powers of federal bureaucracies.
The Pentagon inspector general is investigating after Lloyd Austin’s recent hospitalization.
The Ohio governor placed new limits on gender-related surgical procedures after choosing not to pursue more restrictive bans.
Distinctions between contestants are subtle but could have outsize implications.
Thousands of congregations have left the church amid a dispute about gay marriage and ordaining LGBT ministers.
The church’s new guidance has left some confused.
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The FDA has approved two new treatments for sickle-cell anemia, but much remains unknown.
The federal government is proposing a new framework that could allow for increased manufacturing of prescription drugs.
A mishmash of fundamentals and unpredictable consumer behavior make forecasting a tricky business.
The Supreme Court’s decision may unravel the drug maker’s bankruptcy.
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What certain fighting words mean and why they matter.
Unpacking the nuts and bolts of the USS Gerald R. Ford carrier strike group.
After the Department of Homeland Security announced it would waive laws to enable miles of border wall construction in Texas, President Joe Biden said he “can’t stop” the money being spent on border barriers because of the way it was
Almost 500,000 additional migrants will be able to legally live and work in the United States.
What a new agreement means for Hollywood and AI.
The department has been controversial since its inception, but it’s difficult to eliminate a Cabinet department.
Is the blockade of confirmations and promotions hurting military preparedness?
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The former president plans even more strict crackdowns on illegal and legal immigration if he takes the White House again.
On August 25 2023, accounts across social media platforms discussed a Facebook settlement and called attention to the fact that a deadline was approaching for users to submit a claim: Last day to submit your Facebook claim re: Facebook, Inc. Consumer
Gov. Greg Abbott says the question is immigration; the Biden administration says it’s about river navigation.
Holding four trials in four jurisdictions—each one featuring the most famous defendant in the world—may turn out to be a scheduling nightmare.
The American Academy of Pediatrics is playing catch-up with European health officials.