Attorney General William Barr would recommend the White House veto the legislation, which the House is set to vote on Wednesday, according to the DOJ. He had helped draft an earlier version.
A new report proposes a radical solution to America's school funding inequities: Leave district lines in place, but spread the wealth.
Census Bureau officials say they can no longer meet the current legal deadlines for delivering the 2020 census results. Some House Democrats have introduced a new bill to grant four-month extensions.
So far, there is no seasonal pattern to coronavirus outbreaks, says Dr. Margaret Harris of the WHO. Lockdowns may no longer be necessary, but infections do rise when restrictions are relaxed rapidly.
An NPR investigation shows that Black and Latino neighborhoods in four large Texas cities have fewer coronavirus testing sites, leaving communities blind to potential COVID-19 outbreaks.
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The highly regulated medication for opioid addiction has to be taken every day, otherwise patients risk a painful withdrawal. Normally, doses have to be picked up from a treatment center.
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Neither Floyd's family nor the protesters who gathered Tuesday night are satisfied by the firing of four officers. A video showing an officer's knee on Floyd's neck has inspired national outrage.
The popular theme parks will open their doors in the next few weeks, and say they're planning to keep guests and employees as safe as possible.
Conservative challenges to statewide stay-at-home orders are mounting in counties that have few coronavirus cases. "This has become a rural versus urban issue," political scientist Kathy Cramer says.