The lawsuit — backed by the Trump administration — threatens to overturn Obamacare’s ban on preexisting conditions.
Mulvaney will succeed John Kelly in the role — for now.
The US sent a delegation to a climate conference to promote coal, but other countries are still working on forging an agreement.
East African immigrant workers in Minneapolis are rallying for fair treatment.
Flynn’s lawyers implied he was railroaded. Mueller’s team says, not so.
A Reuters report caused the stock to tank.
The 7-year-old "reportedly had not eaten or consumed water for several days."
The death penalty is on the decline in America.
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"The House That Jack Built" opens in select theaters across the country today, but it’s not the version director Lars von Trier wanted you to see. The Motion Picture Association of America (MPAA) put the kibosh on the director’s cut. Some say it’s censorship, but Vox’s Alissa Wilkinson explains how the MPAA is trying to save Hollywood from itself.