By Jeff Spross on April 23, 2014
“Is climate change a fact?” the moderator asked. The questioned produced a brief flurry of laughter from the audience as well as several repressed snickers from the candidates.
By Nicole Flatow on April 23, 2014
Myths about HIV transmission are still criminalizing the illness.
By Travis Waldron on April 23, 2014
The Bills are the third team to face a wage theft lawsuit from former cheerleaders.
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By Travis Waldron on April 22, 2014
Major League Baseball clubs are again celebrating Earth Day to reduce energy consumption and promote environmentalism.
By Tara Culp-Ressler on April 22, 2014
A bill advancing in the legislature would impose more obstacles for women seeking to end a pregnancy.
By Nicole Flatow on April 22, 2014
Tuesday's ruling is the latest to effectively weaken affirmative action without killing it.
By Katie Valentine on April 22, 2014
"The Maywood Solar Farm project has transformed a site with a long history of contamination into a source of renewable energy."
Last year, as all eyes turned to the sudden emergence of state recreational marijuana laws, a quiet revolution happened in another area of marijuana policy.
By Ian Millhiser on April 22, 2014
The Republican Party wants you to know that, if you want to run for office some day, you better not believe that everyone is entitled to legal counsel before they are locked up for a crime that they may not have committed.
The people who live in public housing developments don't have many nutritious options.