In 2016, 81 percent of voters in Sioux County chose Donald Trump, though some would feel relief if he were impeached.
The Republican incumbent couldn’t overcome the unpopularity of the party’s agenda. That doesn’t bode well for the GOP in 2020.
In a warming ocean, Alexandrium algae are shredding marine food webs—and disrupting beloved Alaska traditions.
She Said, Catch and Kill, and other new books tell stories of monsters brought to account. But their defining mood is not exultation—it’s terror.
Baseball is much more than a sport—it’s a wonderful example of a functioning legal system.
The Court will hear one of the most notable “Church and state” cases in years.
Former staffers reflect on keeping a besieged administration from falling apart during a scandal.
The Paris premiere of A Rainy Day in New York highlighted the tension between American morality and France’s high-minded belief that the art transcends the artist.
Members of the Clinton diaspora are pleading with the Montana governor to stay in the race, even if the rest of the country doesn’t know who he is.
The pact between the populist Five Star Movement and the center-left Democratic Party, engineered to keep Matteo Salvini from power, may have its days numbered.
This time around, the company would rather you focus on the humans.
What does the e-commerce giant want with the notoriously fickle world of publishing? To own your every reading decision.
The breakout star of the 2018 midterms has had a disappointing 2019 presidential run. Can he turn it around?
The House Intelligence Committee chairman opens up about the Mueller investigation.
The senator from Massachusetts is on the verge of turning her campaign into something much larger.
Trump-administration officials are using a two-word phrase as a rhetorical Swiss Army knife on the world stage.
The Canadian province has a complicated relationship with its immigrant communities. Last month, it became the first place in North America to institute such a ban.
Amy McGrath will try to do what Beto O’Rourke couldn’t: Remove a high-profile Republican from a deep-red state.
When a New York woman gave birth to twins after IVF, neither baby was related to her, or to each other.
From undercover heiresses to hormone-injected vegetables, the early days of the Office of Strategic Services were marked by colorful hires and wild schemes.