The Social Security program could be insolvent by 2034, government trustees warned in June.
"How can you say that to someone like me? Even though it's a mental disability, it's just as debilitating."
"It wasn't really hard," Anaya Ellick said.
As Uber rolls out a service to allow health care services rides to patients, it faces a new lawsuit alleging it does not provide enough wheelchair-accessible vehicles in major cities.
Proponents argue that without the bill, small-business owners are open to "drive-by lawsuits."
If you tell a student "that they are a 'bad' kid, young children do internalize that," a Center for American Progress policy analyst said.
The former first lady was at the ESPY Awards to celebrate Eunice Kennedy Shriver, who founded a sports competition for people with intellectual disabilities.
The victim suffers from a partial mental disability, according to lawyers.
The dispute arose in 2009 when Ehlena's elementary school in Napoleon, Michigan refused to allow her to attend school with her dog, Wonder.
Trump appeared to openly mock a disabled reporter during his election campaign.
GLAAD released its annual "Where We Are on TV" report, which found more diversity on TV as well as the continued use of harmful tropes.
McFadden was born with spina bifida in Saint Petersburg.
Stephen Hawking says that human's obsession with money determined the EU referendum.
Russia's 12.5 million disabled people are rarely seen in public—and some Russians prefer it that way.
Wheelchair user Doug Paulley was unable to travel on a bus to Leeds in 2012.
Reporter Serge Kovaleski suffers from a congenital joint condition called arthrogryposis.
Danish companies pioneer diversity by breaking barriers and hiring people with disabilities.
The Android phone built on face-tracking technology is due out in March; a tablet will follow in June.
Child mortality has halved, but barriers to education remain.