There is an unfortunate and unhealthy debate raging over a book published by journalist Abigail Shrier about the surge in females under the age of 18 who have sought or are seeking medical interventions for gender reassignment.
Mike Rizzo acknowledges the Nationals may be sellers come trade deadline on Friday — but the team isn’t looking for a complete rebuild.
Public and private employers seeking to mandate the COVID-19 vaccines are bolstered by a Department of Justice opinion and high-profile victory in Texas, but their chances in court remain iffy for one big reason: The shots have not been fully approved.
The relationship between Democrats and former President Trump can be characterized as mixing oil and water. However, there’s one agenda item in which their visions align.
After a meeting with Iraqi Prime Minister Mustafa al-Kadhami on Monday, President Biden announced that U.S. troops are not “going to be, by the end of the year, in a combat zone.”
The Presidential Commission on the Supreme Court has held its final public meeting and will now turn to producing a report for President Biden. The origin, creation and operation of the commission show that it may produce some sound and fury, but it will signify little or nothing.
Veterinarians in the U.S. are wrangling with a heightened demand for their services as older animal doctors retire and fewer are graduating to replenish the ranks.
The House of Representatives is again requiring people to wear masks to protect against COVID-19, in response to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s new guidance. And the mandate is again inspiring some fierce — and personal — partisan sniping.
Legislation working its way through Congress would fund the development of new capabilities to track space trash and establish a federal office to monitor the trash and other objects in space.