After Doug Jones's historic upset in Alabama, Americans are thanking black women. What they should be doing, political activists say, is electing them to office.
A ministerial-level meeting of the U.N. Security Council takes place on Friday to discuss North Korea, with one of Pyongyang's diplomats in attendance.
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Undersea lines across the Atlantic are crucial for communication and trillion-dollar trade, but Russian ships have reportedly been moving near known cable routes.
He's escaped from prison twice — once in a laundry cart, and once in an underground tunnel starting in a shower.
Former colleagues of the British spy who compiled the controversial dossier have backed his work.
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Thirteen Democrats want the president’s son-in-law to detail any conversations he may have had with foreign interests concerning financing of a Manhattan building.
FCC Chairman Ajit Pai is a Harvard grad and former Verizon lawyer who just helped repeal net neutrality rules.
Harris Media, a company that was once on the Trump campaign's payroll, created websites to manipulate search and social media results in favor of Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta, a report found.
Will U.N. ambassador Nikki Haley, like former Secretary of State Colin Powell, regret her presentation on the alleged threat posed by Iran?
"I don't see pregnancy as inherently feminine, and because I don't subscribe to make-believe gender roles, I wasn't threatened by the idea of pregnancy," Kaci Sullivan said. "It didn't make me feel any less masculine."
The Def Jam founder has been accused of rape by a total of four women.
The president still supports his favorite cable news channel.
Was Edward VIII, the Duke of Windsor, really a friend to Hitler during World War II?
And high schoolers are abusing prescription opioids less than ever.
War in space is closer than you might think.
Nazareth’s mayor says “wretched” Trump took the joy out of Christmas.