LIFE

The Alabama Supreme Court has ruled that embryos are "children" in the eyes of the law, jeopardizing access to IVF for patients in Alabama — and potentially elsewhere.
Too many people make this mistake, which can really hurt servers — and your bank account.
In a new report, Instacart detailed which places prefer Cholula, Frank's RedHot, Sriracha and more.
"If you like piña coladas and getting caught in the rain, then you're probably my kid's soccer coach refusing to cancel practice."

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Conservatives are finding out the hard way that sweeping rulings on reproductive rights have sweeping consequences.
There's a reason Trump makes such a big deal about electric vehicles every time he comes here.
Last week, a state court decision upended fertility treatment in Alabama and raised questions nationwide.
A South Carolina man was found guilty of killing a Black transgender woman in the nation’s first federal trial over an alleged hate crime based on gender identity.
Marshals Service records indicate Sotomayor was the only sitting justice to request such care. Some progressives have called in the past for her to retire while Biden is president.
The Odysseus lander was communicating with ground controllers and was sending back data after landing Thursday.
During a sermon recorded last August that recently went viral, the Reverend Bobby Leonard blamed sexual assault of women on their clothing.
Alabama Chief Justice Tom Parker indicated on the show he was a proponent of the “Seven Mountains Mandate,” an explicitly theocratic doctrine at the heart of Christian nationalism.
The National Rifle Association and its longtime former leader have been found liable in a lawsuit centered on the organization’s lavish spending.
Gerald Goines' history of lying came to light in 2019 — meaning about 160 cases he was involved in need to be reexamined.
Blunt, who portrayed J. Robert Oppenheimer's wife in the film, gifted her co-star a rather luxurious pillow — only for things to go terribly awry.
These are just a few names of Black characters whose love we’ve championed in the last 50 years of television history.

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