Ireland has defeated New Zealand in two of their last three meetings but goes into the quarterfinal having never won a knockout game at the Rugby World Cup.
U.K. broadcaster, Channel 4, announced a policy for their menopausal employees, the first of its kind for UK media companies.
Workers and residents near fracking sites in Colorado are exposed to toxic chemicals says a Colorado study.
A Pew Research Center report released on Thursday said that while fewer Americans identified as Protestants or Catholics, the number who identify with no religious affiliation is on the uptake.
"Impeachment is always constitutional if it originates in the House and if its basis is arguably for treason, bribery or other high crimes and misdemeanors," wrote Andrew Napolitano in an op-ed.
Muslim students across California are feeling less comfortable openly stating their religion in school—despite a seemingly lower number of incidents of Islamophobic bullying, according to a new study.
The organization also found that Americans' approval of Congress has risen 7 percentage points from last month, climbing 25 percent from 18 percent.
The Washington Nationals will make their first ever appearance at the World Series but the Houston Astros remain slight favorites.
Warren pushed ahead of both of Biden and Sanders in the latest George Washington University poll released on Tuesday.
The Packers could record their best start to a season since 2015 if they beat Oakland at home on Sunday.
The results, online security company SiteLock said, were reminiscent of what it sees when working with small businesses. More than half the candidates are using out-of-date cybersecurity software.
Warren tops the Democratic candidate field with 28 percent of the vote while Sanders comes in second with 21 percent. Biden, who has maintained his status as Democratic front-runner since entering the race in the spring, has fallen to just 18 percent.
Republican National Committee Chairwoman Ronna McDaniel and spokeswoman Kayleigh McEnany will attend the event, according to the Trump campaign.
Southern California U.S. Representative Duncan Hunter is seeking funds to run for another term, even though he's been indicted for misappropriating campaign funds.
President Donald Trump is defying American democracy with his relentless abuses of power.
The Cowboys have gone from potential Super Bowl contenders to being in a battle to reach the playoffs after losing the last three straight games.
In the more than 80 years since Columbus Day became an official holiday, it has drawn criticism. Some cities and states are opting to celebrate National Indigenous Peoples' Day instead.
From Scott Brosius to David Freese, and many others unexpectedly winning the Series MVP, here's a list going back to the era of Yogi and the Mick.
The researchers concluded that Republicans will have a major advantage over Democrats in 2020 and beyond unless a policy change completely dissolves the Electoral College.
The school teacher is currently on suspension and is being investigated by the school district after the incident was posted on Facebook and went viral.
Houston goes into the American League Championship Series against the Yankees as the bookmakers' favorite to reach the World Series.
"New Fox Poll shows a '40% Approval Rating by African Americans for President Trump, a record for Republicans,'" Trump tweeted last November. "Thank you, a great honor!"
Even as a tense nation focuses on the scandals of the Trump administration, let's not lose sight of the deep policy changes we need.
The survey results add to the growing body of evidence showing Americans are increasingly concerned about a looming recession.
Bookmakers expect the National League Championship Series to be a very close affair, with the Nationals slight favorites.
"I grew up a pretty anxious and depressed kid," Wilson tells Newsweek. "When I found that I could make people laugh, that was my solution."
The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act sharpened the decline in a tax rate paid by America's 400 wealthiest families, a new analysis shows.
The latest Quinnipiac poll found that every Democratic Party frontrunner would defeat President Donald Trump if the election were held today.
While some people used the poll as proof Congress members should pursue impeachment, others claimed it wasn't representative of ordinary people's feelings about Trump.