The decision affirms that 21 million people who receive health care through the ACA will get to keep their insurance.
The U.S. is reopening from shore to shore, and there is great gladness for it, but it still feels too soon.
Critics said the international summit ended without serious commitments to address inequality or the climate crisis.
AIDS researcher Sam Friedman discusses the lessons learned from the movement to lower prices for vital AIDS treatments.
Child care providers who struggled in the pandemic are asking for economic relief and recognition as essential workers.
To bolster their bill against vaccine mandates, Ohio Republicans called a prominent anti-vaccine activist to testify.
The movement to create state-level public banks is gaining strong ground in at least 12 states.
New data reiterates what early findings from studies last year told us: mask-wearing prevents the spread of COVID-19.
Students without permanent homes face unique issues as in-person learning resumes. Are schools ready to support them?
Prisoners are worried that reinstated searches will allow guards to spread COVID-19 throughout prisons — again.