The Supreme Court ruled Wednesday that employers and universities are allowed to opt out of the Affordable Care Act requirement to provide contraceptive care because of religious or moral objections.
As tempting as it may sound to have a furry friend to comfort you these days, there is much to consider before you bring an animal into your home, not the least of which is the fact that animals will forever be dependent on you; unlike kids, who eventually (you hope!) fend for themselves, you will always need to feed, discipline and clean up after your pet.
Recipe: It took years of searching (and some terrible slices) to get to a chocolate pie we all deserve
This pie is only as good the chocolate you use. And if you’re going to treat yourself to a chocolate cream pie, why hold back? Buy the kind you most enjoy savoring, be it semisweet or dark.
The country’s rolling seven-day average of daily new cases hit a record high Monday—the 28th record-setting day in a row.
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., outlined new details Monday of what he wants to see in the next and potentially final coronavirus relief package.
Justice Elena Kagan wrote for the court, saying states may punish or replace electors who will not abide by the popular vote.
The child-care crunch triggered by the pandemic has rapidly become a crisis for many workers and companies that is hindering the economic recovery, disproportionately harming women, and threatening to leave deep scars for years to come.
As our isolation dragged on with Alexa, Siri and Google’s nameless “assistant “serving as one of our few outlets for conversation, a certain animosity for these devices has grown for some, seemingly exponentially.
With cases of the novel coronavirus rising in the South and West, some governors hope that the threat of a canceled college football season will encourage their residents to follow public health guidelines.
Parenting: The coronavirus turned my anxious 9-year-old into a shut-in. Then his teacher stopped by.
One mother struggled to get her 9-year-old son to leave the house even after stay-at-home orders were lifted, but a visit from his teacher got him out of their apartment door, giving Mom hope.
TikTok, Instagram and Facebook are full of videos and photo spreads of people enjoying a restaurant or bar experience at home. From Oregon to Munich, people have gotten creative during quarantine to let the good times keep rolling.
Sometimes a recipe is more than a set of instructions for a certain dish. It’s a gateway to something else – a person or place that existed once, but is now gone. It doesn’t matter if infinite iterations exist, or even if the method has changed over time.
To this point, having received recommendations but no mandates from the Indianapolis-based NCAA, universities have implemented widely varying plans to deal with the novel coronavirus for the upcoming academic year.
There was a concerning signal in the Pfizer trial: The majority of people given an intermediate dose of the vaccine developed fevers, chills and other low-grade symptoms that lasted a day.
At least 4 million private-sector workers have had their pay cut during the pandemic, according to economists who worked on a labor market analysis for the University of Chicago’s Becker Friedman Institute.
Prospects for the legislation in the House, however, were uncertain. Both chambers are set to adjourn for a two-week recess by week’s end.
Because the pandemic has forced working parents around the world to take on the additional responsibilities of numerous types of caregivers—teachers, nannies and housekeepers, to name a few—do people now have more empathy for stay-at-home parents?
Business Roundtable’s CEO Economic Outlook Survey fell to 34.3 in the second quarter, its lowest reading since the same three months of 2009, according to results released Monday.
Microsoft is dramatically shrinking its in-person retail business and will permanently close all but four of its brick-and-mortar locations, after its attempts to replicate Apple’s success with storefronts failed to get traction.