As child care centers face collapse and schools stumble toward the fall, parents struggle to stay afloat.
Heckerling has achieved a zen about her career's ups and downs: "You’ve got to put your hands over your ears."
Several Black writers and editors have used this moment to spur change within their current and former newsrooms.
Many patients seeking medication abortions will no longer have to travel during the pandemic for care.
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The contest for one of Maine's Senate seats has become one of 2020's most closely watched races.
John Ortberg, the senior pastor at California's Menlo Church, let his son work with children, despite the confession.
As school districts consider reopening, aging or immunocompromised teachers must balance multiple concerns.
The "Glee" star, who was found dead this week, sealed their heartbreaking performance with a kiss.
GOP primary ads focus on loyalty to the president above all else.
The marble statue of a saluting Confederate soldier will be taken to a Civil War cemetery.
The piece features the artist's signature rats, lots of pale-green spray paint, and a hazmat suit.
The Latin pop superstar urged the LGBTQ people community to "join forces" with the Black Lives Matter movement.
“Night of a Thousand Judys” is a yearly tribute to the "Wizard of Oz" star that benefits homeless LGBTQ youth.
Safe and affordable housing is increasingly out of reach for low-income renters, according to a new report.
Twenty million workers lost their jobs in March and April. As of June, the unemployment rate was 11.1 percent.