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As peace talks between the U.S. and Taliban proceed, the U.N. notes that more civilians have been killed by airstrikes than insurgent attacks this year.
Restaurants rely heavily on foreign-born workers, and that's unlikely to change.
City and state governments are responding to skyrocketing youth vaping rates, which went up 78 percent between 2017 and 2018.
National Institutes of Health Director Francis Collins joins men from many fields, both in the sciences and beyond.
The Trump team is working on a "safe third country" agreement with Mexico, which would make migrants who travel through Mexico ineligible for asylum in the United States.
The vote comes amid concerns that the technology violates civil liberties and is subject to racial biases.
According to a new study, scientists found as much microplastic pollution in the air in this remote area as in densely populated cities like Paris.
In two new executive orders, Trump seeks to expand executive power over pipelines and make it harder for states to block oil and gas projects.
But Republicans are far more likely to think that the United States' quality of care is among the best in the world.
One study suggests such bans are especially helpful to low-income women.
Last year, a government watchdog report found that about 13 million American children went to schools where officials discovered lead in their drinking water. Now, advocacy groups have graded states' school water policies.
Between 2011 and 2016, drug overdose deaths in the United States involving the synthetic opioid fentanyl dramatically increased, according to a report released Thursday.
The company announced Tuesday that it would stop allowing advertisers of housing, jobs, and credit to target people based on characteristics such as race, gender, age, national origin, family status, and disability.
Two recent deadly plane crashes have prompted many countries to direct airlines to ground these planes out of concern that the crashes may be the result of a failure of the model.
Though the Trump administration's attempted deep cuts have had historically minimal impact on the agency's budget, they offer further evidence of the Trump administration's lack of concern for federal environmental protection.
The Federal Trade Commission has fined the video-sharing social media app TikTok $5.7 million for illegally collecting data of children under 13, a record-setting amount for a child privacy violation.
On the heels of peace talks between the Taliban and U.S. government, a new U.N. report finds increased violence at the hands of ISIS.
Bills introduced in California and Oregon are the latest in an ongoing movement to enfranchise more young people.
A new study from the Pew Research Center shows 70 percent of teens see depression and anxiety as a major problem among their peers.
Massachusetts senator and 2020 Democratic hopeful Elizabeth Warren unveiled her plan for universal child care on Tuesday.
In Los Angeles, a city known for its sunshine and mild temperatures, more homeless people died of hypothermia last year than in New York City and San Francisco combined.
Several states have recently introduced bills that could interfere with the teaching of scientifically founded theories on climate change in public school science curricula.