Young, LGBT Latter-day Saints can’t live the ideal life of marriage and family described in their religion. But deciding to leave isn't straightforward.
In a 4-3 ruling on a case almost a decade in the making, the Supreme Court ruled that colleges can factor in race in admissions decisions.
For the past week my wife Deb and I have been in western Kansas — Dodge City mainly, also Garden…
Earl Ray Tomblin, the state’s governor, said Friday 14 people were killed.
The fire north of Los Angeles has already burned 80 homes, and several communities were being evacuated.
The U.S. government is auctioning off the notorious Boston gangster’s belongings to raise money for his victims.
This gorgeous series of shots from reader Bill Barse makes for one of the best—and certainly the most comprehensive—entries in…
The Supreme Court’s deadlock on immigration suggests that the protest should have been in the Senate, not the House.
“This all begins to look and feel a little but like martial law,” —Christine Link, who advocates for…
The U.S. Supreme Court approved warrantless breath tests but forbade warrantless blood tests during DUI arrests.
The white officer was captured on video last summer throwing a black teenage girl to the ground while breaking up a pool party.
A judge acquitted Officer Caesar Goodson of all charges in the April 2015 mortal injury of the 25-year-old Baltimore man, including second-degree murder.
Roger Steffens’ photographs of his wife, son, and daughter during the Electric Kool-Aid era
A pipeline near the beach in Ventura County has leaked about 700 barrels.
Among the lost opportunities in this crazed electoral system is any real discussion of the topic all candidates claim to…
Solar Impulse, which took off from New York on Monday, landed in Seville, Spain.
The Marine Corps has acknowledged it wrongly identified one of the six men in the iconic World War II image, USA Today reports.
“I would only worry deeply if I was a mollusk,” —Stephen Goff, who studies a contagious cancer found…
The historic Supreme Court ruling led to a surge in same-sex marriages in all 50 states, polls show.
The U.S. Justice Department charged 301 people for $900 million in false billings.
Our reader Jeff captures the transition to summer: I’ve really enjoyed your America by Air series and…
Congress can't act, and the presidency is up against its limits—leaving only the Supreme Court to step in.