by Laurel Raymond Sep 4, 2015
Why the tragic picture of one 3-year-old refugee could change the debate on the migrant crisis. He was laid to rest today.
by Natasha Geiling Sep 4, 2015
In an interview with the Huffington Post, Secretary of State John Kerry denied claims that allowing Shell to drill in the Arctic is at odds with the Obama administration's stance on climate change.
by Lindsay Gibbs Sep 4, 2015
As Serena goes for the Grand Slam, a documentary on Althea Gibson brings the trailblazing tennis star's story to a new generation.
This week, key international players have been meeting in Germany to try and hammer out climate agreements before the Paris meeting. Did it work?
by Esther Yu-Hsi Lee Sep 3, 2015
The U.S. will have 138 million Spanish speakers by 2050, almost one-third of the country's population.
by Emily Atkin Sep 3, 2015
Both nobly ignored the U.S. Supreme Court, Huckabee said.
by Ian Millhiser Sep 3, 2015
The Constitution wins!
by Zack Ford Sep 3, 2015
It'll finally be official: Obamacare protects transgender people from discrimination in healthcare.
by Casey Quinlan Sep 3, 2015
The Every Child Achieves Act, which is still in conference, includes groundbreaking new protections for homeless students.
by Lauren C. Williams Sep 3, 2015
Sony Pictures has agreed to pay an undisclosed amount to former workers who sued the company after their personal data was compromised in the infamous hack linked to the company's release of North Korean-based comedy, "The Interview" last year.