A controversial Ohio Down syndrome law is making its way to federal courts. In question: is the law constitutional? And how does it impact women’s rights.
A news report finds 156 educational institutions in Florida are anti-LGBTQ schools that are being funded by taxpayer money.
Many Women’s Day protesters were met with fierce opposition. Read all about this year’s International Women’s Day violence here.
A Twitter account was verified for Andrew Walz — a congressional candidate. Except, he wasn’t really a candidate, nor an actual person.
New Mexico Sues Google Over Children’s Privacy Violations with the state’s attorney general leading the charge. Here are their claims against Google.
The newest Trump budget proposal includes deep cuts to education programs. Find out which programs could be in danger if this budget passes.
Election season is upon us, which means it’s time to register to vote! Check out this list to find out how you can register and make your voice heard!
With flavored cartridges being banned on February 6, 2020, teens have found a vaping loophole that puts flavored nicotine at their fingertips.
Los Angeles youth gathered in Westchester today not only to honor Martin Luther King, Jr, but to raise their voices through the Kids’ March for Equality.
With public shootings on the rise, it seems clear: guns are a public health issue. See how doctors plan to address the issue.