As soaring unemployment continues amid the COVID-19 pandemic and food pantries remain closed, the U.S. Department of Agriculture has limited who can receive emergency funds for food assistance, leaving out some of the most vulnerable families. Two nonprofit California-based groups representing those families are suing…
As the nation inches closer to what will surely be a contentious presidential election in November, efforts are underway to secure voter rights and quash suppression and voter disenfranchisement.
When pharmaceutical companies illegally fix prices on generic drugs, it affects nearly every consumer of those medications, experts say.
As researchers race to find vaccines, treatments and cures for the deadly pandemic that has paralyzed the world and killed hundreds of thousands of people, they’re focused on finding coronavirus treatments that are safe and effective.
New York state’s plastic bag reduction law, postponed twice already due to a lawsuit and the COVID-19 pandemic, is beginning to be enforced this week as the state reopens.
As small businesses begin to open back up, liability related to the COVID-19 virus will likely be their biggest concern.