The Supreme Court's ruling to end constitutional protections for abortion will have a detrimental impact on vulnerable parts of democracy and how the Constitution could be interpreted going forward, according to Columbia University's Terry McGovern. (June 24) (AP Video/Ted Shaffrey)
The company is appealing the F.D.A.’s ruling that it stop selling its vaping products. Whether they will remain on the market in the interim has yet to be decided.
A growing number of people are traveling out of state for abortions, but the distances could jump now that Roe v. Wade is overturned.
Large, simultaneous heat waves are growing more common. China, America, Europe and India have all been stricken recently, and scientists are starting to understand why certain far-flung places get hit at once.
Their purchases of Russian crude are undermining the West’s efforts to isolate the Kremlin and upending the global oil markets.
After Iowa’s disastrous 2020 caucuses, Democratic officials are weighing drastic changes to the 2024 calendar. States, angling for early attention, are waxing poetic. Behold, the New Jersey Turnpike!
Whitestone: I’m not optimistic, but what I and many Americans who value life over guns hope for is the eventual reversal of the Heller decision (District of Columbia vs. Heller, 2008).
Researchers found that genetic factors played an important role, accounting for up to 60% of a woman's ability to reach the big O.
Even as cases rise, genetic analysis suggests that the virus has been silently circulating in people since 2018.
Many Republicans worry that Mr. Greitens, who has a history of personal scandals, could jeopardize what is most likely a safe G.O.P. seat. Now efforts to block him are gaining steam.
The routine summer practice of filling Europe’s natural gas tanks has become a battle after Russia cut deliveries by more than half.
For Meryl Streep's 73rd birthday, The Post highlights some of the legendary actress's greatest roles through her long career in film, television, and theater.
Oppressive heat will grip large parts of the US as temperatures surge to near triple digits across the Midwest and into the South on the first official day of summer.
Cryptocurrency companies poured billions of dollars into sports sponsorships in 2021 — but this year’s downturn has made the flood of cash dry up, The Post has learned.
Two charged in alleged University of Missouri frat party hazing that left freshman blind, unable to walk or speak
Two University of Missouri-Columbia fraternity brothers have been indicted for allegedly supplying a freshman with vodka until he drank so much that he suffered a brain injury after days on a ventilator, leaving him unable to see, talk or walk.
CBS said the group was part of a production team recording interviews at the Capitol building for a comedy segment on “The Late Show With Stephen Colbert.”
A lawsuit filed against Columbia University by an employee who says she was fired for refusing to lie to the DHS has extremely significant implications for its foreign-student program’s future.
Unlike the other 49 states and the District of Columbia, Florida did not allow health care providers to preorder the vaccines ahead of the federal government’s June 14 deadline.