Americans are at long last getting a chance to see for themselves what the Mueller report has found about the 2016 elections.
The percentage of U.S. adults who belong to a church or other religious institution has hit a new low of 50% last year. Delayed marriage and fewer children could be factors. The most significant membership drops are among Democrats and Hispanics.
Twenty years after Columbine, a reporter and former Colorado teacher reflects on raising children in an era of school shootings.
The Supreme Court will weigh the constitutionality of a census question requesting that residents declare their citizenship status on April 23.
Tiger Woods reacts as he wins the Masters golf tournament April 14, 2019, in Augusta, Ga.
If passed, New York would become the third major American city to ban the sale of fur. Industry advocates argue the ban will trigger the loss of more than a thousand jobs.
A majority of Americans believe schools and colleges, along with places of worship, have become less safe compared with 20 years ago. Data from a March survey shows school shootings were more frequent in the 1990s than today.
Separate media spheres create separate realities – and a challenge for unity. Seventh in our “Democracy Under Strain” series.
Thirty-three wealthy parents have been charged in what authorities call the biggest college admissions case ever prosecuted by the Justice Department. Two parents pleaded not guilty Monday to charges they paid half a million dollars to land their daughters in a California school.
How much did President Donald Trump help Benjamin Netanyahu win in Israel, and did he break new ground?
Trump aide Stephen Miller is often portrayed as a puppet master. But while he may be ascendant, Jared Kushner is also shaping immigration policy.
From Nebraska to Texas and California, disasters inspire volunteers for animal rescue tasks – pulling horses from floods, donating food after fires.
The Cyclorama’s costly restoration has become a teaching moment for Atlanta, whose 1864 defeat by Union troops it portrays.
Seven years after fleeing the U.S., Julian Assange was arrested Thursday at the Ecuadorian embassy in London, partly due to a U.S. extradition request. Mr. Assange has faced scrutiny for years over WikiLeaks' role in publishing U.S. government secrets and in the 2016 presidential election.