The Consumer Product Safety Commission tried for 16 years to make portable electric generators less dangerous. Then a Trump-selected official took charge of the agency.
A crew of firefighters risks their lives to neutralize an unprecedented blaze.
California’s inclusive curriculum raises questions on the ethics of teaching about sexual orientation.
The candidacy of Roy Moore pits the Republican Party’s populist insurgents against its establishment—with national implications.
There’s a fiction at the heart of the debate over entitlements: The carefully cultivated impression that beneficiaries are simply receiving back their “own” money.
The Trump administration could soon approve a proposal from Governor Scott Walker to drug test food-stamp recipients.
Do innovators have a responsibility to help workers whose livelihoods are threatened by machines?
Russia’s cyber warfare success revealed America’s weakness.
One person is in custody after Monday’s explosion. Three people suffered minor injuries.
As Election Day in Alabama approaches, Trump makes it clear he’s all-in for Moore.
Daniel Shaver was unarmed and begging for his life. This week, a jury found the police officer who killed him not guilty of murder or manslaughter.
The addition of 228,000 jobs could provide the Fed with a reason to raise interest rates before the end of the year.
Many educators who succeed at raising test scores also fail at keeping students fulfilled, new research suggests.
It’s a predicament Americans on the West Coast are increasingly likely to face.
The GOP tax bill is the latest example of an anti-intellectualism that’s been brewing for decades.
Three wildfires are burning as an ominous weather forecast of gusty winds threatens to spread disaster across the region.
They’ve helped combat the flames since World War II. But with more—and more intense—fire seasons still ahead, a series of prison reforms have cut their ranks.
Democratic Senate candidate Doug Jones will have to get significant numbers of black voters to the polls in order to win, but the state’s voter suppression will make that a tough task.
150 years after the architect was born, the Ennis House is a testament to his continued influence—particularly onscreen.
Much conventional wisdom about the human body is based on erroneous 19th-century science.
Donald Trump, Steve Bannon, and Roy Moore are making it increasingly difficult for a moral person to be a loyal Republican.