Doctors tend to think it's most important to discuss how to use contraceptives and whether they're effective, a survey found. But women care more about safety and side effects.
A judge ruled Tuesday that California's laws deprive students of their constitutional right to an education.
Veterans Affairs has a budget of $160 billion, the second largest in government. Some veterans groups say this isn't enough to meet the rapidly expanding demands placed on the VA health system.
Many mothers-to-be and breastfeeding women were turned off of fish out of mercury concerns. A study finds many of these women now eat too little fish, so two agencies are recommending they eat more.
The 52-year-old man has been trapped since Sunday about three-quarters of a mile below ground.
The state is close to having most of its eligible residents covered. But a failed website has delayed the processing of applications, and some of those waiting may yet decide not to buy health plans.
From the Marketplace Datebook, here's a look at what's coming up Wednesday, June 11:
In Washington, we get a look at the nation's balance sheet. The Treasury Department is scheduled to release its monthly statement for May.
A House subcommittee on Communications and Technology holds a hearing on "Media Ownership in the 21st Century."
The Senate Foreign Relations Committee holds a closed hearing on the situation in Ukraine.
And providing more opportunities to get voted off TV, "American Idol" premiered on June 11, 2002.