With over half of the entire U.S. adult population potentially exposed, what’s left to do but shrug and sigh?
For Americans who want to protect their personal information, there is no way, in our current system, to do so.
First responders are suing over the exposure they say they suffered following a fire and detonation on the premises of the Arkema facility, which flooded during Hurricane Harvey.
It was supposed to be a quiet year.
Talks and international sanctions have had a limited impact.
Usually countries build nuclear weapons in secret—but not North Korea.
Advocates of reduced immigration welcomed news of the program ending Tuesday, but expressed concern over what comes next.
Attorney General Jeff Sessions announced Tuesday that the Obama-era program shielding nearly 800,000 people brought to the U.S. as children from deportation is being rescinded.
The possibility President Trump will pull out of NAFTA has prompted his Mexican counterpart to court China.
The administration may undo the program shielding unauthorized immigrants who arrived as children, rolling back a signature Obama-era initiative.
Preliminary data suggest the test is the most powerful conducted by Kim Jong Un’s regime.
Forecasters are monitoring the storm as it makes its way across the Atlantic, but it's too early to tell where it might strike.
The president appears poised to end the Obama administration’s protections for young illegal immigrants.
Houston is the petrochemical capital of the U.S., which makes it especially vulnerable to such accidents after a natural disaster.
The secretary of state’s plan to eliminate or merge several high-profile positions has many supporters.
The U.K. has yet to leave the European Union, but some Europeans have started leaving the U.K.
The rule would have helped poor Americans move to more expensive neighborhoods with better schools.
A failed attempt to start a development in Moscow—which the president has denied—shows the dangers of intertwining business and politics so closely.
Providing an early estimate of a storm’s costs is generally a pretty rough science, and Harvey is a particularly tough case.
After a Missouri law took effect on Monday, the wage floor in the city was reduced to $7.70 per hour after three months at $10 per hour—the latest case of a state cracking down on a city that had enacted a progressive policy.