SNAP, which helps 38 million people and is one of America's biggest safety net programs, could stop providing benefits if the government shutdown continues.
Black teens saw more than twice as many television ads for fast food, candy, sugary drinks and unhealthy snacks compared with white teens in 2017, according to a new study.
The Democratic Republic of Congo government cut the internet. People attacked medical facilities. NGOs relocated their staff.
Last year, a record number of children died from influenza. As the flu begins to ramp up this month, experts stress the importance of getting the vaccine.
"Sending him there is like a death sentence," a Bureau of Prisons employee said after the mobster was killed in Hazelton penitentiary.
A surge in patients. Attacks against health workers. Money running out. What the outbreak has been like in the Democratic Republic of Congo.
At the Mendota prison, whistleblowers say no air conditioning during record heat and toxic mold imperiled inmates and staff.
The world's top infectious killer finally got a spot on the world's stage, but experts say more political will and accountability are needed to make a dent in fighting the disease.
Health care workers are sidelined as growing misinformation and community resistance hampers response efforts against the deadly hemorrhagic fever in the Democratic Republic of Congo.
A year after the storm hit Puerto Rico, IV saline bags -- a bedrock of medical care -- are still hard to find.
Experts worry the outbreak could escalate after a patient died in Butembo, a city of about 1 million people in the Democratic Republic of Congo.
Staffers have long-warned that the Victorville federal complex was ill-equipped to handle the influx from ICE.