London suspect identified, AHCA postponed, advertising empathy, and more.
Comprehensive insurance, with benefits like maternity or mental-health coverage, could become unaffordable—if not unavailable—under the GOP’s replacement plan.
Six professors at the college insist that campus speakers like the feminist intellectual will cause students “damage” or “injury.”
The U.S. House is postponing its vote on the Republican plan to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act.
Advocates for students with disabilities argue the decision could help millions of children.
International students are critical of American education. Brookings explains why.
The old Mercator world map, riddled with inaccuracies, has been replaced with a less Eurocentric version.
Law enforcement expected that a terrorist incident like Wednesday’s was inevitable. In many ways, the response system worked.
The delay fit the pattern of previous statements from the group.
Press Secretary Sean Spicer pushed back against CNN’s claim that the FBI has information suggesting Trump associates and Russia may have worked together to undermine Hillary Clinton’s campaign.
The short film, Noah, is one man’s testimony.
The new Republican provision to allow states to deny health assistance for lacking employment will only make the program worse.
The simple device ushered in a new age of exploration—and burst many ear drums in the process. An Object Lesson.
The investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 election is too important to be treated like just another political opportunity.
Who, in the 21st century, has the right to be left alone?
Donald Trump flaunted his elastic conception of truth in an interview with Time—but he may yet learn that facts are stubborn things.
The death of the former Russian parliamentarian Denis Voronenkov is a remarkable end to a remarkable story.
Trump promised to revitalize the blighted heartland. His policies will punish them.
Despite claiming responsibility for attacks like the one in London, the group is dying. It will retain the ability to inspire.
In the spirit of the day, I feel obligated to share some of these adorable images of pups around the world, and through the years.
British Prime Minister Theresa May instructed citizens to “go about their day as normal” following Wednesday’s terror attack.
Proponents of President Trump’s budget say no. Their evidence may be faulty.
People want more medical leave, but like other perks, they prefer for it to come from companies.
The British-born attacker has been identified. The prime minister said he was known to authorities. ISIS claimed responsibility.
The commander in chief embraces a peculiar worldview in which bogus claims are retroactively justified and evidence simply conjured into existence.
Instead, it shows how individual and unique things really are.
Republicans say their money situation is looking up, and Democrats report a downturn. But the only thing that’s changed is the president.
The big-budget reboot of the ’90s kids TV show never takes itself too seriously, even as it dials up the teen angst.
Party leaders postponed a House vote Thursday after President Trump and Speaker Paul Ryan failed to win enough support.
From Amazon to Apple, from Starbucks to upscale hotel chains, brands are making claims not just about what people should buy, but about what people should be.