All chimps managed by the National Institutes of Health that are currently eligible to go to a sanctuary have been moved there, but animal welfare advocates say more should be allowed to go.
The move comes two days after Neil Young requested that his work be removed from Spotify in protest over coronavirus misinformation on Joe Rogan's podcast.
A new study finds tiny leaks from loose fittings added up to more emissions than when stoves were in use. The impact on climate change amounts to the same effect as a half-million cars.
Behind the scenes, Breyer, 83, pushed and prodded his fellow justices for consensus. His decision gives President Biden his first opportunity to name a new justice to the court.
The monthly cash payments reached more than 61 million kids in December alone. Most low-income families spent the money on basic needs, like food, clothing and utility bills.
The understaffed and overworked Internal Revenue Service is bracing for difficulties. COVID-19 relief, child tax credits and a backlog of 2020 returns will only complicate matters.
The Justice Department created an algorithm to measure a person's risk of committing a new crime after leaving prison. But even after multiple tweaks, the tool is leading to racial disparities.
Tagaq, a recipient of the national Polaris Music Prize, discusses the subjugation of Canada's Indigenous people and her hopes for healing through acknowledging that difficult history.
The world-famous aardvark first appeared in print over 45 years ago. The Emmy and Peabody award-winning TV show is about to begin its 25th and final season — and creator Marc Brown has a new book.
The American Library Association handed out nearly two dozen awards for kids' books this week. We look at some of the winners.
Legal experts say the illegitimate submissions should motivate Congress to update the Electoral Count Act and "firm up the guardrails" of democracy.
A federal judge pushed back opening arguments to Feb. 3 in the former Alaska governor's case. A 2017 Times editorial wrongly connected an ad from her PAC to a lethal mass shooting in Arizona.
The Ventures were a 1960s surf-rock group. The band's hits included "Walk, Don't Run" and the theme song for "Hawaii Five-O." They were inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2008.
The Biden administration massively expanded hospital-level care at home as part of its strategy to enhance hospital capacity. The Mayo Clinic says it's having an impact.
The Biden administration is considering a plan to send several thousand additional U.S. troops into NATO countries in eastern Europe, near both Russia and Ukraine.