The Mueller report is a damning indictment of this president and his administration. Yet Republicans will continue to stay idly by as Donald Trump drags the US down with him.
Innovative students in Scotland are reviving the ancient natural remedy of chocolate, aiming to ease ailments like fatigue and premenstrual syndrome.
The report profiles Trump campaign staffers and their relationships with a huge cast of shadowy Russian operatives.
A conversation with author and activist Sarah Kendzior about just how bad things are.
On Thursday, Attorney General William Barr Released the Redacted Version of the Mueller report. Think of it as political Netflix, and start binge reading.
From Parkland to Pittsburgh, nonprofits are helping students deal with gun violence trauma. But advocates say schools should play a bigger role.
The annual Ridenhour Prizes are the one day whistleblowers get their due .
Starting in 2007, Ecuador reformed its police and decriminalized gang membership. A study in 2017 showed the murder rate dropped by over 400 percent.
Are you in pain from the IRS? Does Donald Trump share your pain? He doesn’t share much else, it seems, except his opinions. For instance, he thinks the IRS is “stupid.” Is he right? Check out what these characters have to say: Al Capone, Albert Einstein, Dave Barry, Mark Twain, Mae West, and many others.
President Donald Trump’s foes have high hopes for what his tax returns might show. They should scale back their expectations because nothing we know about Trump would indicate that the information the documents contain will be comprehensive or accurate.
The American diet is getting a vegan makeover. Will it help fight climate change?
Bowe Bergdahl’s story exemplifies government dysfunction, political posturing, and a failed American policy.
If you’re looking for the greatest bang for your tuition buck, you might want to look first at public colleges and universities.
Corporate debt is piling up and may lead to the next recession, at a time when many US families haven’t fully recovered from the last one.
Voter roll purges are required by law. But aggressive purge practices and purges based on inaccurate information disenfranchise thousands of eligible voters.
Some gun rights advocates object to a federal universal background check law because they believe it would create a de facto national gun registry. Are they right?
How could the polls be so wrong days before the 2016 US general election? It’s a question we still don’t have answers for. It’s up to the American people to acknowledge a threat that remains in place for 2020.
Chevron is part of a $65M financing deal for a CO2 capture tech firm. Is Big Oil turning over a new leaf, or is their interest more sinister?
Friday’s appellate court ruling may restrict just how much of the Mueller report ever sees the light of day.
Contrary to popular and long held assumptions, global population is declining. The environmental consequences are good, the economic consequences are bad, says this podcast guest.