According to the Animal Welfare Institute, "Younger South Koreans tend to shy away from eating dogs, and the percentage of South Koreans who eat dog meat on a regular basis is believed to be relatively small."
Hillary Clinton, Bernie Sanders, Lincoln Chafee, Jim Webb and Martin O’Malley faced off in Las Vegas for the first Democratic debate of the 2016 election.
Income inequality, gun control, Black Lives Matter—important issues the candidates should address.
The Post reacted strongly to the conviction Sunday night.
A former Pandora executive will lead the program.
House panel hears testimony from Volkswagen's head of U.S. operations.
Clinton's opposition to the deal reflects the Democratic Party's shift to the left and the changing politics of trade in both parties.
The Supreme Court is set to rule on a variety of hot-button social issues.
John McCain and Bob Corker both criticized Obama Wednesday after news broke that Russia has bombed non-ISIL targets inside Syria.
Vatican spokesman Federico Lombardi told The New York Times that the meeting took place but would not elaborate.
Analysts say Raúl Castro’s address at the U.N. on Monday was yet another sign that the two countries were moving toward closer relations.
Conscientious objection to recognizing same-sex marriages is a "human right," the pope said.
Dorothy Day, a 20th century socialist and workers' rights activist, is mentioned alongside Lincoln, King.
John Yob, a staffer for Kentucky Senator Rand Paul, says he was attacked by Rubio staffer Rich Beeson.
"We have a problem in this country. It's called Muslims," the questioner said.
"That's the first thing I'm going to do as president. We're going to drink more."
Cooper last hosted a presidential debate during the 2012 election cycle, when he mistakenly said 47 percent of Americans don't pay taxes.
Low-polling GOP candidates that included South Carolina Senator Lindsey Graham and Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal sparred over everything from foreign policy to immigration.
Anheuser-Busch InBev and SABMiller control 30 percent of the global market share and 70 percent in the U.S.
Castro will speak before the United Nations General Assembly, the first time a sitting Cuban president has done so since the 1960s.