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By PBS NewsHour
The Supreme Court is off this Fourth of July after working overtime the last couple of weeks reshaping the country's legal landscape surrounding abortion, guns and religion. NewsHour's John Yang and The National Law Journal's Marcia Coyle unpack the historic…
By Mary Triny Mena, Rebecca Bundhun, Manoj Gaikwad, Isabel Nakirya, Andreina Fermin
One of the major consequences of the coronavirus is that children around the world have been unable to attend schools to learn and are too poor to have computers and thus can't learn remotely. This is especially a problem in…
By Chris Schwalm, Zion Williams
We take a sneak peek at a new PBS program, "America Outdoors," which is premiering on July 5. The six-part series is hosted by bestselling author and outdoor enthusiast Baratunde Thurston. Student Reporting Labs podcast host Zion Williams spoke with…
By Jeffrey Brown, Anne Azzi Davenport, Alison Thoet
If you are looking for something good to read this summer, you might start with the books written by our very own NewsHour staff. Three of our colleagues are out now with a memoir, a novel and a non-fiction book,…
By Darlene Superville, Associated Press
President Joe Biden will present the nation's highest civilian honor to 17 people, including gymnast Simone Biles, actor Denzel Washington and the late Arizona Republican Sen. John McCain, with whom Biden served in the Senate.
By David Crary, Associated Press
About 1,200 Zoroastrians from 16 countries will be assessing their faith's prospects during the four-day World Zoroastrian Congress that is opening in New York City.
By Lisa Rathke, Associated Press
Final passage Friday of the Keep Kids Fed Act in the U.S. House came less than a week before rule changes for child nutrition programs were set to expire June 30.
By Amna Nawaz, Ryan Connelly Holmes
It was 50 years ago on Thursday that Title IX became law and forever changed the landscape of education and athletics. Its impact has been enormous but parts of it are subjects of debate, including sexual assault claims on campus…
The Biden administration on Thursday proposed new rules for how schools must treat sex discrimination under Title IX. If approved, the regulations would reverse Trump-era rules that limited the scope of sexual assault investigations on campuses. The Washington Post's Moriah…
By Laura Santhanam
The bipartisan Keep Kids Fed Act of 2022, a reimagination of proposals earlier this spring that failed to gain traction, could extend these waivers through the end of the 2022-2023 school year.
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