Arkansas has scrambled to complete these executions before the end of the month as their supply of midazolam, one of the key drugs commonly used in lethal injections, is set to expire.
Tens of thousands of scientists and their allies are expected to demonstrate in Washington, D.C., on Saturday, with hundreds of additional satellite marches planned to boot.
The administration's rejection of the science on chlorpyrifos, widely used in California's Central Valley, means its use will continue — and Latino residents are worried their children's health issues will worsen along with it.
H-1B has become a treadmill for replacing US citizens stateside, and leaves foreign workers with lower wages, fewer protections, and no clear path to citizenship.
The land of choice has more limited options when it comes to contraception.
As the "trial of the century of the week" continues between Alex Jones and his ex-wife over custody of their daughter, Stephen can't help but pay homage to the angry personality that made Jones famous.
James Davis spent more than four years battling with the city of Stevenson, Alabama to let his wife Patsy rest in peace in their yard.
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$20 million. That’s enough to cover the cost of seven miles of wall.
Cancer drugs cost more in the US than anywhere in the world.
These district attorneys talk about reform and perhaps make incremental changes, but they vehemently resist anything resembling a true overhaul of a broken system.
Last year, Alaska’s Obamacare marketplaces seemed on the verge of implosion. So the state tried something new and different — and it worked.
The FCC chairman's plan to eliminate net neutrality rules and replace them with voluntary commitments is not winning over lobbyists for major Internet companies.
"Tennessee will literally be paying AT&T to provide a service 1000 times slower than what Chattanooga could provide without subsidies."
Will the GOP listen?
If Arkansas carries out seven executions this month, it will continue a long tradition of experimentation, torture, and secrecy in the name of justice.
For one, the poor and near poor are more than three times more likely to be uninsured than their higher-income counterparts.
A trade war with China would hurt some parts of the US much more than others. Perhaps unexpectedly, Tennessee is the most dependent on trade with China by some distance.
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