President Trump is the embodiment of over 50 years of resistance to the policies Martin Luther King Jr. fought to enact.
Coates says he is "mystified as anybody else” over West's critique.
NASA is hopeful SpaceX and Boeing will soon free the country from dependency on Russia, but delays abound.
Groundbreaking elections in the late 1860s gave birth to real, if short-lived, interracial democracy—the likes of which America had never seen.
The current moment illustrates what many schools have known, and been reckoning with, for years.
Elixir Sulfanilamide was a breakthrough antibiotic—until it killed more than 100 people. An Object Lesson.
What would you do if a quake struck two blocks from your home?
In 1968, one retired colonel warned that urban insurrections could produce “scenes of destruction approaching those of Stalingrad.”
A false alert of an impending missile attack highlights just how unprepared the country is for nuclear disaster.
Hillsides scorched by wildfires last month unleashed mudslides under heavy rainfall north of Los Angeles on Tuesday.
A decline in job protections isn’t pushing teachers out of all schools, a study suggests—just those schools that are already struggling.
Schulenburg, with fewer than 3,000 residents and a polka museum, seems an unlikely place for some of the state’s first legal sales of the drug.
In a case with huge implications for the franchise, the Supreme Court will decide whether states can remove voters from the rolls after two years without casting a ballot.
Judges said redistricting designed to elect Republicans violated the Constitution, the first time a federal court has come to that conclusion.
After being bound by a consent decree for 35 years, the Republican National Committee is now free to continue its “ballot security” campaign.
... which can cause big problems for aging pipes that carry drinking water.
Pleas for the entertainer to run for president point to a split over whether to treat Donald Trump as a dangerous anomaly or a particularly extreme Republican.
President Trump lauded them and then claimed credit for their positive developments in the past year. He was doubly mistaken.
Under Governor Terry McAuliffe, the state embarked on a campaign to grant clemency more often, and to restore the civil rights of convicted felons.
But job growth in 2018 likely won't be as robust.
Real-time data on the labor market promise to finally help employers and job-seekers make better decisions. Will it work?