The last three presidential transitions all had poignant moments of decency. It's time to build anew this foundation of decency, which has kept America united.
Donald Trump, Hillary Clinton, and American voters have repeatedly cried "rigged" during this election. But the accusation that so many state officials could collude to rig an election is not only unthinkable but has dangerous implications.
Following a ruling from the state's high court that prohibited enfranchising felons en masse, Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe has individually restored the voting rights of some 13,000 felons.
Hearst Castle, the inspiration for Xanadu in Orson Welles' 1941 classic, 'Citizen Kane,' has been closed because of an approaching wildfire.
Tyra Banks at Stanford: In recent years, celebrity professorship has been on the rise. But do students really benefit from the partnership?
The more than 82,000 Californians displaced by the Blue Cut fire can now return home. The fire is the latest in a series of large fires that have challenged firefighters over the last several years of the California drought.
Donald Trump's new campaign manager and one senator said it's undecided whether Trump will follow through with the forced deportation of millions of undocumented immigrants.