Columbia Journalism Review trashes award-winning Russiagate reporting
An 18-month investigation by the liberal media watchdog Columbia Journalism Review has delivered a major black eye to The New York Times and other Pulitzer Prize winners for their stories about the Trump-Russia saga, finding "serious flaws" in their coverage and no acknowledgment that the accusations of collusion with Moscow were never substantiated.
HIV protection, cancer screenings could cost more if 'Obamacare' loses latest court battle
A federal appeals court in New Orleans prepared to hear arguments Tuesday on whether insurers can be required to cover preventive health care including HIV prevention, diabetes, mental health and some cancer screenings without charging patients out-of-pocket fees under former President Barack Obama's signature health care law.
Biden marks LGBTQ+ Pride Month with celebration on White House South Lawn
President Joe Biden welcomed hundreds to the White House on Saturday for a delayed Pride Month celebration aimed at showing LGBTQ+ people that his administration has their back at a time when advocates are warning of a spike in discriminatory legislation, particularly aimed at the transgender community, sweeping through statehouses.