Better technology, improved healthcare, and few deaths in war are supposed to lead to ever-increasing life expectancy, but that’s not the case in the U.S. After rising for the latter latter half of the 20th century and the first part of the new millennia, life expectancy in the U.S. has fallen for the last three
It wasn’t a campaign event, and the president wasn’t there. But that didn’t stop some attendees at the B’More Youth Summit in Baltimore from booing First Lady Melania Trump as she took the stage, and again as she ended her comments. The sustained boos, which bookended her remarks and were interrupted by some cheers, marked
Senator and Presidential Hopeful Cory Booker is facing a do or die moment in his campaign. He needs to boost his poll numbers to make the December debate, but every indication shows him going the wrong way. In a memo to the campaign staff, his campaign manager Addisu Demissie wrote: “We are reorienting our entire
82-year-old Willie Murphy says of herself: I’m alone and I’m old, but guess what? I’m tough.” She proved that last Thursday night when, around 11:00pm, a man started banging on her door, asking for an ambulance because he was sick. Murphy refused to let him in and called the police, which made the man angry.
The Supreme Court didn’t reject Congress, they just put it off for a bit. A lower court put a hold on requiring the president’s longtime accounting firm handing his taxes to a House committee. On Monday, the Supreme Court extended that hold, giving the president another week or so to file an appeal. If Trump