Twitter’s move on July 1, 2023, to limit the number of tweets users can see in a day was the latest in a series of decisions that has spurred millions of users to sign up with alternative microblogging platforms since Elon Musk acquired Twitter last year.
The conservative majority of the U.S. Supreme Court on June 29, 2023, outlawed affirmative action programs that were designed to correct centuries of racist disenfranchisement in higher education.
Less than two years ago, it authorized 22nd Century Group, a publicly traded plant biotech company based in Buffalo, New York, to advertise its proprietary low-nicotine cigarettes as modified-risk tobacco products.
Vegas sealed the series victory in five games, triumphing before an ecstatic, franchise-record crowd of 19,058 at T-Mobile Arena.
U.S. senators agreed during a hearing Thursday the country’s children are going through a youth mental health crisis, though some of the committee’s members disagreed about what role Congress has to play.
Like the rest of us, governments must borrow when they spend more money than they receive. They do so by issuing bonds, which are IOUs that promise to repay the money in the future and make regular interest payments.
In the past two decades, children have become more obese and have developed obesity at a younger age.
Latino youth in middle and high school have a lower sense of belonging at school and in the community overall when compared with white peers.
No playbook exists because, until recently, it was relatively uncommon for student-athletes to die by suicide.
PFAS are associated with a variety of health issues and have been a focus of environmental and public health researchers.