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For soybean farmers, weather is “an uncontrollable.” Now President Trump’s fight with China is, too.
Homelessness in Atlanta has been mostly declining for a decade. A new commitment to funding and wraparound programs speaks to a city’s persistence.
States are debating how to put Confederate statues in historical context – a reminder their meaning is shaped by the 21st century as much as the 19th.The future of America’s past: Should we ‘explain’ Confederate statues?Confederate statues in context: The future of America's past?
President Trump wants to buy Greenland. That prompted much media scoffing. Denmark's prime minster said, 'no deal.' But the idea may have merit.
Continuing its deterrence strategy at the southern border, the White House moved to end limits on the length of child detention in border facilities.
Michigan voters in Macomb County who supported President Donald Trump in 2016 are tiring of his Twitter wars and constant combativeness.
Following police shootings of African Americans in Missouri, Tiffany Robertson invited her white neighbors to ask her tough questions about race.
Calling existing background checks "very, very strong," President Trump distanced himself from an initial push for increased gun-control measures
The pressure is on to make college admissions more equitable, with less weight on “legacy,” and more on leg work, like teens’ jobs that pay for food.
Socialism is gaining ground in the U.S., even as Republicans treat it as a slur. Democratic socialists in New York value local control.
Mayor Pete Buttigieg woos voters in six rural Iowa counties that voted for Barack Obama in 2012, but flipped to Donald Trump in 2016.
Montgomery County clash over “granny flats” symbolizes a struggle to build affordable housing in leafy suburbs facing racial and economic change.
In the wake of mass shootings, once-steady suburban voters concerned for their children's safety are calling for Republicans to pass stricter gun laws.
In California, soldiers aid efforts to thwart wildfires – efforts that have seen environmental groups and timber interests find common cause.
Portland, Ore., officials expressed relief that a gathering of far-right protesters and anti-fascist counter-demonstrators wasn't as violent as feared.
Rep. Rashida Talib rejects West Bank visit due to Israeli conditions. Does her Detroit district care about pro-Palestinian activism?
Gun policy in the U.S. is hindered by lack of data on what could actually save lives. Our reporter asks a Rand Corp. economist what’s at stake.
The Trump administration’s new immigration rule will make it harder for legal migrants who use public benefits to obtain green cards.
Outspoken moderate and former Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper will announce the end of his 2020 presidential campaign, AP sources say.
Amid external threats and an expanding definition of safety, observers are encouraging people to take control of how they perceive their environment.
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