President Trump has alleged that the FBI’s investigation into his campaign was political. The 434-page report provides answers – and suggests reforms.
The investigation into journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia’s murder inspired protests against Prime Minister Joseph Muscat, who will resign in January.
The massacre in Tulsa, Oklahoma, was largely forgotten, even by those living in the state. But as many as 300 black people died.
Presidents have used close aides or friends to handle international assignments, particularly at times of national stress. What’s different this time?
Some Donald Trump critics are calling for the use of the 25th Amendment to remove a president who is “unable to discharge [his] powers and duties.”
Once considered an improbable artifact of Einstein’s equations for general relativity, black holes are very real manifestations of how extremely massive objects can capture light itself.
Republican lawmakers pushed their way into a secure hearing room Wednesday, objecting to an impeachment process that has been “closed door” so far.
Impeachment will always be divisive, but exactly how it unfolds will make or break how the public views the integrity of the process.
A separatist saga continues in Spain. Twelve Catalan politicians and activists await verdicts for their roles in the 2017 independence referendum.
According to the whistleblower complaint, President Trump asked the president of Ukraine to look at 2020 candidate Joe Biden and his son Hunter.
Cut by the New England Patriots amid sexual assault allegations, Antonio Brown is the latest test of the NFL’s efforts to curb violence against women.
A blockchain is a kind of database shared across a network of computers. While its first widespread use was for Bitcoin, the technology can be used for much more.
Hurricane Dorian moved northward along the coast of North Carolina Friday as a Category 1 storm. Could a nuclear bomb stop it?
A Trump proposal to scale back fuel efficiency standards has several key automakers siding with environmentalists in California.
President Trump wants to buy Greenland. That prompted much media scoffing. Denmark's prime minster said, 'no deal.' But the idea may have merit.
The resignation of Italy’s prime minister Tuesday blocked snap elections that could have put far-right pol Matteo Salvini in the country’s top office.
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.
Next-generation wireless service will mean smarter homes and faster movie downloads. But it also promises higher prices, less privacy.
Japan and South Korea’s grievances have spilled into a trade war that could ripple across global industries, and deeper divide two U.S. allies.
Joe Biden’s busing record was recently challenged by Kamala Harris, reopening discussion about its role, effectiveness, and where we stand now.
Ten years after a coup removed President Manuel Zalaya from power, its consequences still shape Honduras – from months of protests to migration.
The latest legal challenge to the Affordable Care Act may seem like just another episode in an endless saga. Here’s why this case matters.
After decades of frustration in Israeli-Palestinian peace efforts, Trump has vowed to succeed where others have failed. How his approach is working.
Tensions between the U.S. and Iran are high after a half-dozen oil tankers were attacked in the Persian Gulf and the Strait of Hormuz.
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