Michigan legalized recreational weed, while Missouri and Utah legalized medical use.
The New York Times Magazine takes readers on a sensational 6,000-word tour of trauma, complete with cringe-worthy language and compassionless photographs.
Forced into early marriages, teenage girls drop out of school and endure domestic violence, early pregnancy and exposure to HIV.
The chairman of the EPA’s smog and soot panel has made his living challenging health findings on behalf of industry.
For the state’s elderly and disabled populations, as well as for home care workers, the measure could bring much-needed relief—but state business groups are trying to stop it.
Research provides concrete health data for what many women have described themselves for decades: Sexual assault creates long-term harm.
Congress ordered a fix to a gaping hole in food safety years ago, but the administration postponed a remedy that could prevent outbreaks.
More than 5,000 hogs die as North Carolina farms are swamped. In a related development, release of waste pit contents poses an environmental threat.
A senior official at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center has received millions of dollars from companies involved in medical research. His omissions expose how weakly conflict-of-interest rules are enforced by research journals.
The Environmental Protection Agency’s own analysis reveals the dangers of the plan.