The president has named twice as many men as women to appointed positions, an Atlantic analysis shows.
Unelected and unpaid, first ladies often struggle to develop their own policy goals. But even so, the case of Melania Trump stands out.
Highlights from this week’s coverage on relationships and family life
A proliferation of free, entertaining online content often leads parents, kids, and tech companies to overlook—or worse, disregard—data-privacy laws.
Americans affected by gun violence talk about trauma, grieving, and intermittent hope.
“My heart died when Christopher died.”
“People always say, ‘Nothing changed after Sandy Hook.’ And that angers me, because I actually don't think this moment would be happening without the change that happened after Sandy Hook.”
"Sandy Hook happened about four months after our shooting. And ... nothing really changed. Not enough to make up for the human suffering. But I do feel hopeful."
Temporary shops were once emblems of scrappy entrepreneurialism. Today they tend to be marketing efforts from giant corporations.
At the core of Catalonia’s separatist movement is an argument that a country’s better-off regions shouldn’t have to pay to cover their less productive counterparts.
For almost 30 years, Dan Meers has built a professional community founded on radical kindness as Kansas City’s KC Wolf.
North Korea’s provocative missile test, Harvey’s economic cost, the keys to making friendships closer, and more
The echoes of Trump’s new Afghanistan policy, the impact of Confederate monuments, the loss of heritage dairy cows, and more
The president blames both sides for violence in Charlottesville, the DOJ tries to seize a protest website's visitor logs, North Korea walks back its threat to Guam, and more.
Trump's threat to North Korea, how the U.S. fell for alternative facts, what it's like to see a total eclipse, and more
The Senate confirms a new FBI director, Trump may stop Obamacare subsidies, Congress considers campus speech, and more.
The Senate's first step toward repealing Obamacare, why Trump might fire Robert Mueller, the fascination of brains in jars, and more
A planned vote to repeal Obamacare, new sanctions on Iran, Thucydides's take on populism, and more