In some states, new laws limit how educators can discuss race, ‘divisive concepts’ or current events. Experts worry about the effects of ignoring real-world events.
In rural, low-income parts of the country, how do you find baby formula when there is nowhere to look?
Low-income parents who receive government assistance to buy baby formula, known as WIC, must purchase it in stores. But amid a national shortage, families in rural areas are left with few places to look.
Georgia Republicans drew one fewer Democratic district. Now at least one woman will lose her House seat.
Partisan redistricting scrambled Georgia’s House districts. Now Reps. Carolyn Bourdeaux and Lucy McBath — both rising Democratic stars — are competing against each other for the nomination, and only one woman can win.
‘Equality goes both ways’: A long fight and support across the sport helped establish a new level of pay equity.
The choice to work: Jill Biden’s biography examines how the first lady’s teaching career redefines her office
In continuing to work outside the White House, the first lady establishes a household that better reflects that of many American families. Historians say it’s about time.
Experts say that the amount of attention on this trial is offering abusers a look at a whole new way of potentially exerting power over a survivor.
The recent blitz of anti-trans bills may not align with what many Republicans believe, but party lawmakers pursue them on behalf of their most important interest group.
Cheri Beasley won North Carolina’s Senate primary. Like other Black women, she laid the groundwork years ago.
Beasley has served as a judge in North Carolina for two decades, a key to her emergence as one of the most talked about Black women candidates for Senate.
Medication abortion is recognized as safe — even without a doctor — but do enough people know about it?
Some scholars and abortion providers worry that those who don’t know how to access pills, or who aren’t plugged into the right communities, could be at risk of harm.
The portal, which will be available until November, is now open for families with children who do not file taxes and who have still not received the child tax credit.
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Some legal experts say the draft opinion leaves critical civil rights law vulnerable, including precedent that granted Americans the right to same-sex relationships and marriage equality.
Exclusive: How do people with disabilities feel about abortion? New poll sheds light for the first time
People with disabilities themselves have been largely absent from the public debate on abortion rights — until now.
The 19th reached out to dozens of parents across the country who worry about a looming end to abortion protections and how it could affect their reproductive choices and their children’s futures.