Updated on February 13 at 7:11 p.m. Justice Antonin Scalia, who served for three decades on…
Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton trade jabs, the pontiff meets the Russian patriarch, Akai Gurley’s killer convicted, and more.
MLB issues first lifetime ban for performance-enhancing drugs: Jenrry Mejia, a right-handed relief pitcher with the New York Mets, received…
Physicists announce a major discovery, the last four militia members surrender to the FBI, Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton face off in a pivotal debate, and more.
Attorney General Loretta Lynch announced the Justice Department is suing the Missouri municipality after an agreement on reform broke down.
The U.S. Supreme Court halts a major EPA regulation Tuesday as lower courts deliberate its future.
The Maryland General Assembly overrode Governor Larry Hogan's veto.
The reclusive country launched a long-range missile into space Saturday night, defying international warnings.
The Democratic candidates square off, two Christian leaders announce a meeting, the U.S. economy shows signs of health, and more.
The Grand Canyon state wants a divorce from the largest of the federal appellate jurisdictions—but is that the right solution to its problems?
A high-profile Black Lives Matter activist is taking his fight to the polls, joining the race to become the next leader of Baltimore.
There’s a ferocious race underway in Iowa, but we’d like to note another victory tonight. The American Society of Magazine…
The final poll of Iowans shows a slim lead for both candidates.
Seven GOP candidates square off without the elephant in the room, Syrian factions meet in Switzerland, two miners in Shandong are saved, and more.
The World Health Organization sounds the alarm, the Republican frontrunner skips a debate, the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge militia is urged to disperse, and more.
The GOP frontrunner announces a boycott, federal agents crack down outside Malheur National Wildlife Refuge, Iran and Italy deny roles in an artistic cover-up, and more.
The U.S. Supreme Court rules that those serving mandatory life sentences without the possibility of parole for crimes they committed while under age deserve the chance to prove they’ve changed.
From outer space down to the streets
A historic snowstorm bears down on the Eastern Seaboard, a conservative magazine attacks the GOP frontrunner, the Academy responds to diversity complaints, and more.
As the Iowa caucuses near, the conservative magazine mounts a last-ditch effort to halt his momentum.