Extreme weather due to climate change displaced more than a million people from their homes last year. It could soon reshape the nation
From Ivana and Marla to Pussygate and Porter, a timeline of domestic abuse and sexual misconduct allegations against Trump and his inner circle
"I would torment myself for another 20 years trying to 'reform,' never quite able to shake the voice of Billy Graham promising me eternal damnation"
From legalizing marijuana to healthcare for all, 17-year-old Aaron Coleman is among a half dozen high schoolers vying for governor in Kansas
Wayne LaPierre accuses Democrats, media, activists of exploiting "tragedy for political gain"
Florida's senate race in November will be a perfect test for Parkland's #NeverAgain movement
Blaming mass shootings on "evil" is just an excuse to do nothing about guns
An assault rifle designed for the battlefield has become a windfall for the gun industry and common in mass shootings
We don't know for sure where the Mueller probe is going, but don't dare say that out loud
"I understand what it's like to text my parents, 'Goodbye, I might never ever get to see you again, I love you,'" student protestor says
Former Playboy model tells Ronan Farrow and 'The New Yorker' that she was promised numerous opportunities that never materialized
Indictment includes infamous Internet Research Agency in St. Petersburg
America's rage-sickness trickles down from the top
Despite Jeff Sessions' tough-on-crime stance, congress seems ready to address our nation's overcrowded prison system
No amount of killing seems to be enough for Congress to take action
Shootings in the U.S. are too often met with arguments for why we can't do anything about gun control
The richest man in the world's pledge to send Dreamers to college sounds great, but his company's poor treatment of its workers is a bigger problem
He gave the rich a tax cut – and now the president's budget takes aim at the poor
The House Intel chair is carving out a place in history as Trump and Putin's most useful idiot on Capitol Hill
A leftwing candidate was ejected from the capitol for calling out corporate influence – is this the start of something big for the state's democrats?