President Donald Trump has tweeted controversial, inflammatory and false information for years. Since 2016, someone else has helped him do it.
Nestle extracts billions of dollars worth of groundwater from western Michigan, but it pays the state just $200 a year in paperwork fees to do so.
Until Wednesday, the team had been locked in a 15-month contract dispute with the sport's national governing body, USA Hockey, over unfair pay and unequal treatment.
President Donald Trump has voiced his support for the American Health Care Act, but the new legislation will still face steep opposition in the Senate, and members of the conservative Freedom Caucus in the House have also spoken out against the bill.
The new bill could hurt senior patients, and people covered under the ACA's Medicaid expansion could also lose coverage if states don't have enough money to pick up the tab.
On any given night in San Francisco, officials estimate there are at least 6,700 people living on the streets. The city is trying to turn it around — as are other California cities struggling with the problem of homelessness.
For socially focused development programs, getting to scale can be the big challenge. This group is here to help.
Redistricting remains a highly partisan issue. But partisan redistricting is OK, while racially motivated redistricting is not.
In the latest book, based on the stage play, we meet a Harry Potter who is overworked at the Ministry of Magic.
At least four people have died in the backs of private prison transport vans since 2012 — two from ulcers that coroners later said could have been easily treated. Another dozen prisoners and guards have died in crashes since 2000.