The year 2017 will be remembered as the year Nazis re-emerged as a visible presence in the United States and the word alt-right became a common household term.
Social media is intimate and personal: it seduces and elides, it cajoles and it lies.
The greater New York area has many high-profile politicians who may consider a 2020 bid—after Americans got a choice between two New Yorkers in 2016.
"The American Dream is rapidly becoming the American Illusion," Philip Alston said.
"The Koreans have faced coldness and subtle discrimination, not only from white Americans, but from ethnic minorities in the area."
The high-profile CEO had embodied the tech industry's worst excesses.
The Maute Group and other rebels are targeting Christians in the fight to takeover the city.
The author tells Newsweek that "life is almost always troublesome, which is why it is important to look at literature more often and one's phone less often."
Christian sex advice showcases how evangelicals can hold beliefs that are simultaneously pro-and anti-sex.
This weekend's Sunday shows found it hard to locate a member of Trump's administration willing to explain his decision to fire FBI director James Comey, as the president appeared to mull becoming his own press secretary.
With his daughter Ivanka as adviser, the U.S. president draws attention to the family's potential conflicts of interest once again.
Kim Jong Un's reign has been one of "terror", say South Korean Intelligence Service.
Citizens are the new gatekeepers of information, and they have a responsibility to check their sources.
More than half of Russians consider United Russia a party of crooks and thieves.