Being stuck with your parents in the town you grew up in might seem suffocating, but people who have done it say there are lots of ways to make it work.
For those who live in countries where homosexuality is a criminal offence, will the pontiff's latest statement make a difference?
Baltimore queen Washington Heights was still disowned by her father, the Extreme Championship brawler New Jack.
“I believe that racism persists in our country, but as I explained at the hearing, whether there is ‘systemic racism’ is a public policy question of substantial controversy," she wrote.
Donald Trump wants to be seen as more manly, and thus more appealing to working-class white men in swing states like Pennsylvania, than a clean energy-supporting Joe Biden, say gender experts.
On average, nearly 90 rapes are reported in the country every day. Activists say that data on crimes against women is often the tip of the iceberg.
As dozens of journalists arrive in the nondescript village in north India, there’s growing concern about the impact of media intrusion on the victim’s family.
Helping others vote can combat your panicky feelings and minimize the number of ballots that slip through the cracks.
Voters in 28 states can "cure" their rejected mail-in ballots. Here's how you can volunteer to guide them through that process.
What do a ‘Real Housewife,’ a cop, and a fast food cashier all have in common? They all say they lost their jobs for supporting Black Lives Matter.
Data from one programmer's quest to find inoperable McDonald's ice cream machines in the U.S. points to wider issues with food access.
In her new book, political analyst Nanjala Nyabola examines a word that carries centuries of systematic violence, deliberate cruelty and assault.
During Joe Biden's town hall Thursday night, one young Black voter didn't hold back. Here's how the Democratic nominee responded.