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A broad executive order issued Monday is supposed to help consumers get better estimates of health care costs. But whether it will be a game changer depends on the details, say health care analysts.
A joint bid by Milan and Cortina d'Ampezzo aces out the runner-up Stockholm, Sweden. Italy hosted the Winter Games in 2006 in Turin.
Reports of children detained in crowded and unsanitary conditions long beyond the maximum legal limit have created a new controversy over the administration's immigration policies.
Prompted by a request by Sen. Chuck Schumer, D-N.Y., the department's acting inspector general said he will look into what led to a postponement of the abolitionist's appearance on the note.
At least eight Americans vacationing on the island died since summer 2018. Vittorio Caruso of Glen Cove, N.Y., is reported to have died there this month.
A researcher made the discovery after ordering monarchs from a breeder. To help them, experts recommend planting milkweed.
"We cannot provide a space that is inclusive of all and also allow support for open white supremacy" Ravelry said. "Support of the Trump administration is undeniably support for white supremacy."
Iran shot down a U.S. drone. The U.S. launched a cyberattack and put new sanctions on Iran. Here is a look at the deepening crisis from Iran's standpoint.
"Micro-influencers" work with big companies to sell products on social media. Consumer groups are increasingly concerned that many posts on Instagram and platforms aren't clearly marked as ads.
President Trump is issuing an executive order intended to force hospitals to disclose prices. A lot of work remains to turn this order into a regulation, and the industry is resisting the move.
Trump said that "hard-hitting" sanctions will cut off the country's Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei and his office from certain financial assets.
Also, the family members of suspected fighters "should be repatriated, unless they are to be prosecuted for crimes" according to international standards, Michelle Bachelet said.
The blacked-out material involves the drugs used in an Alabama execution. The release of the material was ordered after a motion filed by the Reporters Committee for Freedom of the Press and NPR.
This quirky concoction, which traces its decades-old roots to Fall River, Mass., took off when Chinese restaurants adapted their menus to appeal to European textile workers. And people still love it.
The decision paves the way for a clothing line, FUCT, to get its trademark. But the justices were split on how far is too far and which words they would find to be the most vulgar and profane.
The United States opens its round of 16 in the Women's World Cup with a game against Spain. It's only the second time the two teams have ever met.
The reality is that unless you're lucky enough to already own property, or be among the L.A.'s highest earners, your dream of home ownership is probably out of reach.
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HR departments welcome new employees, give them workplace perks, and send them off to their next jobs – but how well do they protect those employees from harassment while they work?
President Trump tweeted on Saturday that he would delay planned mass deportations for two weeks to “see if the Democrats and Republicans can get together and work out a solution to the Asylum and Loophole problems at the Southern Border.”
AirTalk’s weekly political roundtable recaps the big stories you might’ve missed over the weekend and looks ahead to the week to come in national political news.
A Clock That’s Out Of This World: How NASA’s Deep Space Atomic Clock Will Help Humanity Travel The Stars| June 24 2019, 8:57 AM
The Deep Space Atomic Clock by NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory is a technology demo aimed at self-flying spacecraft.