Here's how to fix America's painkiller problem — without leaving pain patients behind.
Every year, an untold number of patients undergo duplicate procedures — or fail to get them at all — because key pieces of their medical history are missing. Why?
ICE told Carlos Rueda Cruz to focus on “illegal aliens” with criminal histories. He would need to produce one name per month or be sent back to Mexico.
The last seven weeks have been some of the least painful I’ve lived since I was 16 years old.
This should surprise no one, but the US's healthcare system is far from a picture of health.
Schools are competing to bring international STEM students to the US, but shifting policies mean that many students are prevented from taking open jobs that could allow them to stay in the country.
As some try to seal off stretches of coastline for private use, the state wants to tackle a growing divide between rich and poor.
A federal appeals court has ruled that prosecutors can withhold evidence that may prove defendants innocent before they plead guilty.
Their tragedies expose a shadowy US industry that sells drugs with little government oversight.
It's difficult to test whether poverty relief actually works. Do randomized controlled trials provide a scientific measure?
You'll take home 13.5% more money in places without state income tax than in the highest-taxed city in the country.
A year after the tragedy of Hurricane Maria, the 51st state has become the favorite playground for extremely wealthy Americans looking to keep their money from the taxman. The only catch? They have to cut all ties to the mainland (wink, wink).
Senate passed overwhelmingly a package of bills aimed at addressing the nation's opioids epidemic.
The supposedly progressive state is disenfranchising its citizens.
A holiday helping out in an orphanage can be a rewarding experience. But voluntourism supports a system that is breaking up families.
The new sanctioning powers come as the Trump administration has been criticized for not doing enough to try to prevent Russian interference.
Immigrants from Africa and the iron gateways of mass deportation.
The Founders designed a government that would resist mob rule. They didn't anticipate how strong the mob could become.
Regardless of whether Brett Kavanaugh is confirmed to the Supreme Court, a future without abortion access is increasingly possible in the Bluegrass State.
Indiana: 481,235 purged. Georgia: 591,549 purged. Ohio: two million purged. With the flick of a bureaucratic wrist, millions of Americans — veterans, congressional representatives, judges, county officials and most decidedly minorities — were erased.
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