The former president issued a warning about the Republican plan to replace his signature health-care law. The Senate is planning to vote on it as early as next week.
A draft version of the AHCA released Thursday shows even deeper cuts to the program than the House version.
The most famous Emancipation holiday is more necessary now than it has ever been.
The legal challenge to Wisconsin’s State Assembly maps could deliver a landmark precedent.
A new report argues that the Republican health law would slash jobs and perhaps trigger a recession.
Even if there were, there might not be anything officials can do about it.
Michigan Health Director Nick Lyon and four other officials are accused of failing to act on a Legionnaires' disease outbreak associated with the city’s lead-poisoning problems.
The territory’s recent vote in favor of statehood faces long odds in Congress.
The Supreme Court struck down the 2011 state legislative maps, but also blocked a court order to hold special elections.
Vann R. Newkirk II argues that America’s air and water systems disadvantage communities of color.
The Republican bill would decrease access for millions, and in the process dismantle the tools used to fight substance abuse.
The Congressional Budget Office’s evaluation of the amended bill still sees huge premium spikes for sicker and older people.
The president’s proposed spending plan would make the country more vulnerable to health emergencies.
The justices end a six-year fight over 2011 congressional maps that diluted black voting strength in the state.
The story of a decades-long lead-poisoning lawsuit in New Orleans illustrates how the toxin destroys black families and communities alike.
Enslavement is a process, not an identity. The use of the word “slave” obscures that fact.
The Republican bill, now in the Senate’s hands, would constrain the health-care safety net for children who need it most.
Four Atlantic staffers discuss the Netflix show’s portrayal of a group of black students at a mostly white elite university.
The Supreme Court declined to review the law that lower courts found to be discriminatory, but made no judgment on the merits of the policy.
A new executive order creates a commission that seems destined to continue a crusade against illegal voting.