The retired talk show host points to a glaring feature of the late night talk show landscape – its lack of women.
The vote on whether to leave the European Union pivots on deeper questions about immigration, economic policy, sovereignty, and Britain's place in the world.
The rediscovery was announced the same week US senators said it is a 'moral duty' to return artwork Nazis looted to Jewish owners.
A potentially dangerous scenario played out at the Salt Lake City zoo Tuesday, but visitors describe the situation as safe and calm.
While paying off nearly $15 million in debt from old medical expenses, television host John Oliver also shed light on the trillions of dollars of debt currently carried by millions of Americans.
There were 13 percent fewer terrorist attacks worldwide than in 2014, though attacks and deaths increased in some countries, the US State Department said Thursday.
We often perform great mental gymnastics to prove we are right and to allow ourselves to believe what we want to believe.
The German Parliament on Thursday adopted a resolution recognizing the killings of more than 1 million Armenians by the Ottoman Turks during World War I as a genocide, escalating tensions between Germany and Turkey.
The European Commission's announcement Tuesday of a new code of conduct against hate speech has raised concerns about political censorship.
As more Africans take to the sea to reach Europe, the EU ramps up aid to improve governance and prosperity in key African nations. The EU is simply trying to speed up the progress Africa is already making.
The Southeastern Conference is expanding its rules to bar transfer students disciplined for violence as Baylor University faces controversy.
Improving water accessibility – and fixing the gender imbalance connected with water collection – could improve the education and productivity of women and girls in 24 sub-Saharan African countries.
The question of whether Apple is working on an actual electric car, or just software of some kind for future cars, continues to be a topic of hot debate in Silicon Valley and elsewhere. Apple may also (or instead) be working on another element of electric cars: the charging station.
At a historic Russian resort, where Leonid Brezhnev once shot a wild boar for Henry Kissinger, Americans and Russians address deepening tensions.
A report by the State Department's inspector general concludes that Clinton’s use of a private e-mail server violated federal standards, and says two department officials were rebuffed when they raised the issue with Clinton aides during her tenure.