In running for Senate, Misty Snow is making history as the first trans woman nominated to a major political party. We visited her campaign headquarters in Utah to learn more.
A number of actions are planned across the country.
Police decided not to tell anybody about the military-grade technology keeping tabs on Baltimore.
Hundreds are still buried under the rubble, and authorities say the death toll may climb. Another quake in the area killed 300 people in 2009.
Trump says he might soften his immigration strategy, a 6.2 magnitude earthquake leaves dozens dead in central Italy, Tesla unveils a new "milestone" battery, and more.
The school is banning liquor at most campus parties for undergrads, but critics argue the ban ducks the real problem: rape culture in America.
"Guns are everywhere in my neighborhood. I want my community to know what bullets can do—and how they can exercise their rights."
Since Pokémon Go took over millions of users' screens in July, there have been over 75 reports of violence, crime, and deaths connected with the gaming phenomenon.
Tourists don't need to be armed to the teeth to visit our friends to the north.
In a landmark decision, the feds said graduate students who work as research and teaching assistants should be considered employees.
Thanks to rising temperatures, we're all going to be dead—and also poor!
Amid a deluge of terrorist attacks abroad and mass shootings at home, American parents are doing what they can to keep their kids safe without inciting panic.
Hayden answered a wide range of questions regarding national security, the presidential elections, Hillary Clinton—and Donald Trump.
The FBI will release 15,000 more of Hillary Clinton's emails, Nicolas Sarkozy wants to become France's president again, McDonald's responds to Kanye West's poem for Frank Ocean, and more.
Public health agencies are failing to properly collect data on LGBTQ suicide and health risks—and the marginalized suffer as a result.
Angela Aulani Kaaihue has been disowned by her own party for being viciously racist against Japanese people and once bragged in campaign signs that she was "cancer-free"
Campaign finance laws on the topic are hazy and contradictory, largely because no candidate for federal office has ever had such a sprawling business empire.
And you thought that summer rager you went to got out of control.
In a new poll, the former business mogul came in fourth after Hillary Clinton, Gary Johnson, and "no opinion."
Bootleg fentanyl from China has flooded the illicit opioid market in both the US and Canada.
In states like Florida where most weed is still illegal—even for medical reasons—hydroponic gardening stores are battlefronts in the war on drugs.
Healthy campaigns usually don't fire high-ranking staffers all the time.
New Zealand's media is worrying about a "British invasion" after 10,000 Brits registered interest in moving there, so we looked at which other countries have seen spikes in visa enquiries since June 24.
About 20 white activists waved confederate flags outside the city's NAACP headquarters, calling for the organization to "hold their people accountable."