The Washington Post
The Smithsonian Institution should proactively seek to return tens of thousands of sets of human remains to their families and communities, a task force concluded.
Federal reports, including three this month, document many problems in U.S. prisons, including with solitary confinement, violence and shoddy record keeping.
Intuitive Machines’ Odysseus moon lander carried a device built by Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University students that allowed it to photograph its own landing.
A Texas judge ruled a school district’s grooming policy did not violate the state’s law banning race-based hair discrimination because it dealt with hair length, not style.
His work on hormones produced by the brain helped lead to the birth control pill and treatments for cancer. He also had a scientific rivalry with Andrew Schally.
The Center for Reproductive Medicine in Mobile, one of seven IVF clinics in the state, announced Thursday it had paused IVF procedures.
Donald Trump’s attorneys say they plan to file at least 10 motions as they try to convince a judge to toss out the classified documents indictment.
“I think it’s one of the bravest acts I’ve ever seen,” said Jereme Robison, police chief for the Ardmore Police Department in Alabama.
Yale University will again require students to submit SAT or other standardized test scores when they apply for admission, dropping a test-optional policy.
Fire survivors are now suffering from Maui’s notoriously long permitting process and a thicket of regulations that has stalled island projects for decades.
Robert Zeidman entered Mike Lindell’s 2021 “Prove Mike Wrong” challenge after the MyPillow CEO claimed he had data proving 2020 election interference.
A D.C. man is suing several groups that run Powerball after they mistakenly posted his ticket numbers to the lottery’s website then denied him the jackpot.
Health-care providers and their supporters met to discuss options and offer support after days of confusion.
President Biden will start notifying 153,000 student loan borrowers enrolled in the Save repayment plan that their debts — totaling $1.2 billion — have been forgiven.