A Medical Career at a Cost Infertility
Physicians are raising awareness of the reproductive toll that work stress, long hours, sleep deprivation and years of training can exact.
Two Parents Are the First to Face Trial in College Admissions Scandal
At issue are the parents’ conduct, U.S.C’s admissions practices and possibly the fairness of the college admissions process itself.
Why Federal Research Bolsters the Case for Coronavirus Vaccine Mandates
Scientists believe the administration’s new measures may tamp down the pandemic, although the effects will not immediately be obvious.
Harvard Says It Will Not Invest in Fossil Fuels
The announcement is a major victory for the climate change movement, and marks a striking change in tone for the university.
Florida’s Ban on School Mask Mandates Can Be Enforced for Now Court Rules
The ruling reverses the decision of a lower court judge who had put the ban on hold and allowed the state’s largest school districts to require face coverings amid a deadly coronavirus surge.