Jackson Sworn In, Becomes First Black Woman On Supreme CourtKetanji Brown Jackson has been sworn in to the Supreme Court, shattering a glass ceiling as the first Black woman on the nation’s highest court.
Amazon, Rite Aid Cap Purchase Of Emergency ContraceptivesAmazon is limiting how many emergency contraceptives consumers can buy, joining other retailers who put in place similar caps following the Supreme Court decision overruling Roe v. Wade.
Who Decides If We're In A Recession? 8 Economists You've Likely Never Heard OfThe economists, who serve together as the Business Cycle Dating Committee, are hand-selected by and work under the umbrella of the National Bureau of Economic Research (NBER), a private nonprofit organization.
How The Supreme Court's Roe v. Wade Ruling Could Affect The Fertility IndustryThe Supreme Court's decision to overturn Roe v. Wade has raised fears that it could have "far-reaching ramifications" on people looking to get pregnant and the clinics providing services to help them.
U.S. To Offer Monkeypox Vaccines In States With High Case RatesThe Biden administration announced steps to beef up its response to monkeypox on Tuesday, detailing plans to offer more vaccines and more tests to people who are most at risk of getting it -- including men who have sex with men and their partners.
Clinics Scramble To Divert Patients As States Ban AbortionClinics operators are moving, doctors are counseling crying patients, donations are pouring into nonprofits and one group is dispatching vans to administer abortion pills.
Black Americans Bear The Brunt Of Rising Grocery, Gas & Housing PricesResearchers say Black families will suffer the worst effects of rising inflation because they lag behind their White counterparts in income, wealth, financial savings and home ownership.
Here Are The Remaining Supreme Court Cases This TermAlthough the Supreme Court issued the two most important opinions of the term last week, upending near 50-year-old precedent on abortion and expanding gun rights for the first time in a decade, this blockbuster term is not over.
Top Biden Officials Plan U.S. Travel Blitz To Discuss Combatting InflationTop Biden administration officials will be dispatched across the country this week to reassure Americans that combating inflation remains a top priority for the White House as prices soar and economic concerns mount, a White House official tells CNN.
Average U.S. Gas Price Dips Below $5 A GallonUS drivers got a slight — very slight — break on prices this weekend as the AAA average for a gallon of unleaded gas fell below the $5 mark.
Juneteenth Celebrations Emphasize Ending Racial DisparitiesAfter Opal Lee led hundreds in a walk through her Texas hometown to celebrate Juneteenth this weekend, the 95-year-old Black woman who helped successfully push for the holiday to get national recognition said it's important that people learn the history behind it.
Here's What The Fed Rate Hike Means For YouThe US central bank increased its benchmark interest rate by three-quarters of a percentage point on Wednesday, which is the biggest single hike since 1994.
Man Charged In Plot To Kill Justice Kavanaugh Convinced By Sister To Call 911, Police SayThe man charged last week with the attempted murder of Justice Brett Kavanaugh was convinced to call 911 on himself by his sister as he stood nearby the judge's Maryland home, law enforcement said Tuesday.
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FDA Advisers Back Moderna's COVID-19 Vaccine For Older KidsA government advisory panel Tuesday endorsed a second brand of COVID-19 vaccine for school-age children and teens.