The ever-shifting immigration policy could stretch the country’s medical workforce even more.
Over 100,000 people could lose access.
Many trans and non-binary people still live in states that ban gender-affirming treatment.
New cases, shifting strategies, and the uncertainty of a reshuffled bench
His rulings in six previous cases can give us some idea.
Rumor has it
Midazolam was just approved for executions, but science still has a lot of questions about how it works.
A recent refusal by the Supreme Court means that involuntary DNA collection isn't unconstitutional
A logical change, since the court ruled that what Aereo was doing was illegal, unless it is cable.
To decide ABC v. Aereo the Supreme Court leaned on history, as any court should. But most justices picked the...
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