Fashion commentators react to the outfit choices by both the first lady and aide to Donald Trump.
If confidence in vaccination falls, herd immunity will fall and epidemics will recur.
Chuck Schumer: "If they don't appoint someone who is really good, we are going to oppose them tooth and nail."
Kennedy will be the "swing justice" on controversial issues; he may be the biggest winner.
In Israel, 6 percent of adults watched the presidential debates.
The Supreme Court allowed states to push partisan gerrymandering to the limit.
A new exhibit explores how images, "from press prints to selfies," have played into presidential campaigns in the last half century.
Trump's racist assault on Judge Gonzalo Curiel is matched by the anonymous endorsement by four Supreme Court justices of an anti-Obama judge, Andrew Hanen.
The Court's first major abortion case in nearly a decade challenges a Texas law imposing strict regulations on clinics and doctors.
The eventual decision will have profound effects on government workers across the country.
Obergefell wanted his name listed as the spouse on husband John Arthur's death certificate.