NEW YORK (AP) — Nearly a million children could lose their automatic eligibility for free school lunches under a Trump administration proposal that would reduce the number of people who get food stamps.
(CNN) — A young man I met while doing advocacy work once told me a horrific story that has stuck with me for years. He realized he was having trouble breathing. He knew the culprit was likely asthma, life-long
Let’s stop using this shifty term. It just encourages people to blame themselves for deep structural unfairness The term “impostor syndrome” has enjoyed a lot of airtime in recent years, yet it’s always
Atatiana Jefferson's eight-year-old nephew told forensic investigators that his aunt was holding a gun when she was shot dead by a Fort Worth officer over the weekend. In an affidavit unsealed Tuesday
Three employees at an assisted living facility are accused of encouraging elderly residents to fight one another
(CNN) — Three employees at a North Carolina assisted living facility are accused of allowing elderly residents to fight one another, encouraging them to fight, and, in one case, assaulting a resident.
This article has been revised to reflect the following correction: An earlier version of this article incorrectly described Michael Barisone's Olympics experience. He was a reserve rider on the 2008 United
The nutrition research group whose recent study drew heavy attention for downplaying the risks of red meat has received funding from a university program partially backed by the beef industry. The study
WASHINGTON (AP) — If Roland Henry had died in a different part of the country, his organs might have been recovered. And lives could have been saved. But the local organ collection agency said no. It no
A critical drug that serves as the backbone of treatment for most childhood cancers, including leukemias, lymphomas and brain tumors, has become increasingly scarce, and doctors are warning that they soon
At first, it sounded like a breakup. “It’s not working, and it won’t work in the future,” said Dr. Janet Woodcock, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration’s top drug regulator. She was speaking to an audience
KORIYAMA, Japan — For Hiroyoshi Yaginuma, the typhoon may well be the straw that breaks his back. On Monday, Mr. Yaginuma, 49, a third-generation owner of an auto body shop in Fukushima Prefecture, was