The Supreme Court decision to overturn Roe v. Wade will unleash a series of state-level legislative battles and fuel heated public debate.
Author: Sam Dorman
Here’s where the 1619 Project is gaining traction and facing challenges in the US
The 1619 Project has earned plenty of accolades and partners across the U.S. but has also encountered resistance from politicians at the state and federal level.
HHS Sec. Becerra says crack pipes won’t be distributed using federal funds in smoking kits
Department of Health and Human Services Secretary Xavier Becerra said Wednesday that crack pipes will not be given to vulnerable communities.
Crack pipe distribution funded by HHS, prioritizing ‘underserved’ communities: report
The Health and Human Services Department is channeling $30 million into a program that will reportedly involve distribution of crack pipes and other drug paraphernalia as part of a harm reduction strategy.
House Republicans press USAID on $4.7M grant for EcoHealth Alliance amid COVID questions
Multiple House Republicans are asking the USAID for answers regarding its decision to award a $4.7 million grant to EcoHealth Alliance, which has attracted scrutiny for its coronavirus research in Wuhan.
Pro-mask Democrats keep getting caught maskless
Prominent Democrats have been caught without masks despite telling others to wear them during the coronavirus pandemic.
Twitter suspends, then restores anti-CRT education account
Twitter suspended and then restored the account for Chalkboard Review, an anti-critical race theory education group.
Majority of NIH’s $27M in funding for fetal tissue studies coming from Fauci’s institute: study
FIRST ON FOX: The National Institutes of Health (NIH) is funding $27 million in studies marked for use of fetal tissue, according to a new analysis.
GOP politicians say University of Pittsburgh fetal tissue probe a ‘whitewash’ and not nearly sufficient
Republican politicians say more investigation is needed outside of the recent report that concluded the University of Pittsburgh’s fetal tissue research complied with federal and state laws.
Army soldiers without COVID-19 vaccine to begin separation process
The U.S. Army said Wednesday that it would start separating soldiers if they refused the coronavirus vaccine.