More than 20 Republican-led states have passed bills regulating the lives of transgender children and adolescents since the start of 2021.
Did you reach the highest level, or were you at sea?
Over the last decade, almost every cohort of voters under 50 has shifted rightward.
Were you “blocked” from reaching Queen Bee?
Despite his struggles, fortunes can change very quickly in presidential primaries.
Despite the surgeon general’s warning about its risks for youth in general, researchers and teenagers say it can be a “lifeline” for L.G.B.T.Q. youth.
Readers struggled to identify a host for a machine.
A successful campaign will probably need the traits of both Trumpism and an alternative to Trumpism.
A worrisome scarcity of cancer drugs has heightened concerns about the troubled generic drug industry. Congress and the White House are seeking ways to address widespread supply problems.
A committee of experts voted in favor of a new shot administered to pregnant women, one in a series of new ways to arm the very young against a life-threatening virus.
A coalition of unions has filed an antitrust complaint with the Justice Department, accusing the Pennsylvania hospital system of suppressing wages and worsening working conditions.
It is the first nonhormonal treatment for the menopause symptom.
The system for one disease, Covid, had similarities to “Medicare for all.”
A difficult dance for those seeking to rise to the week's toughest challenge.
Regardless of income or education, Black mothers have worse birth outcomes.
House Republicans want every major rule to come up for a vote. That could be a recipe for no regulations at all.
Should polling change or stay the same? It doesn’t seem a hard call.
Black patients with opioid use disorder were far less likely to fill prescriptions for the most effective addiction treatments than white patients. But strikingly few patients of all races got th...
A seven-point Trump lead in an ABC/Post survey is an aberration but points to some Biden weaknesses.
A word related to milk was hard to draw out. On the other side of the spectrum, many saw the “light.”