After a grad student lost her Medicaid coverage, she turned to cocaine and painkillers.
Barbara Szalai wasn’t worried about moving upriver from a coal plant. Then sticky black dust started coating her home, and the headaches and allergies began.
“I really thought that it was something that I could kind of brush over and move past, like a lot of other things in my life. And it didn’t turn out to be like that.”
Before the president promoted Justin Walker to a federal appeals court, Walker had been a district-court judge for less than a year.
A January immigration ruling didn’t cause as much of a stir as the 2017 Muslim ban. But it upended countless families’ plans.
A mother of five young kids is considering taking their education into her own hands.
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