Democratic governors are stockpiling abortion pills in the wake of Texas ruling

77 Views  Â Democratic governors are stockpiling abortion medications as the future of reproductive health is potentially fought out in federal court. On Monday, Massachusetts Gov. Maura Healey (D) announced the state has already acquired enough doses of mifepristone to last for a year. Healey said the University of Massachusetts Amherst last week purchased 15,000 doses, which could arrive […]

Parents pay at least one monthly bill for 40 percent of millennials

98 Views  Â In a new survey, two-fifths of millennials say their parents still pick up one or more of their monthly bills.  And the most common parental subsidy is the largest: housing. Twenty-four percent of millennials say Mom or Dad pay their rent, and 17 percent say parents cover a mortgage.

Nation warned to brace for a difficult flu season

238 Views  Â Health experts are warning the nation to brace for what could be an exceptionally severe flu season this fall and winter, as more people who have not built up immunity over the last few years mix and mingle. There are two big reasons why more people could be vulnerable to the flu this […]

TSA extending travel mask mandate for two weeks

539 Views  Â The Biden administration will extend the federal mask mandate for all transportation networks through May 3, 15 days after it had been set to expire amid a new coronavirus surge fueled by the BA.2 variant.

Biden announces new steps on wildfires: US must ‘act fast’

502 Views  Â President Biden announced a series of steps in response to intensifying wildfires in the western U.S. on Wednesday, calling the fires “a problem for all of us” and saying the U.S. must act “fast” during a meeting with western governors.