Why CHIP Matters to American Families
Since the Children's Health Insurance Program was proposed by then-President Bill Clinton (with significant support from First Lady Hillary Clinton) and made law through the hard work of Senators Orrin Hatch and Edward Kennedy 20 years ago, the program has counted on and received support from both Republican and Democratic lawmakers.
Boris Johnson wears face mask in Commons for first time in months
Boris Johnson has worn a mask in the House of Commons chamber for the first time in months, signalling a slightly more cautious approach to Covid, both in parliament and the outside world.
Former Facebook auditor says whistleblower's claims have 'revived' civil rights concerns
A civil rights expert who delivered a scathing indictment of Facebook's record last year called whistleblower Frances Haugen's allegations about the tech giant "deeply disturbing" and said they have "revived" concerns about how it addresses hate speech and other harms.
Rick Santorum Says Students Should Be Taking CPR Classes Instead of Fighting for 'Phony Gun Laws'
On Saturday, millions of people across the country proudly participated in the March For Our Lives.
Masks made mandatory again for parliamentary staff - but not for MPs
Masks have been made mandatory again for staff in parliament except MPs - sparking accusations that politicians are behaving as if they are "above the rules".
India's top court asks: Did gov't use Pegasus spyware to snoop?
The court said the possible violation of citizens' right to privacy and free speech compelled it to seek out the truth.
Canada's difficult road to reaching its 2030 climate goal as another global conference nears | CBC News
Canada's track record has been pretty simple when it comes to climate targets.
Step 1: Set an ambitious goal
Step 2: Largely maintain the status quo
Step 3: Miss goal
Step 4: Set new goal
Climate education must be 'intertwined' with every school subject, Labour MP says
Teaching school children about the climate crisis must be "intertwined" in every subject of the curriculum, Labour's Nadia Whittome has demanded.
Sudan coup: deposed PM allowed home as general says politicians 'stirred up strife'
Sudan's deposed prime minister and his wife have been allowed to return home a day after they were detained when the military seized power in a coup, according to a statement issued by his office.