As GOP lawmakers try to shield Exxon from a state attorneys general probe into alleged climate fraud, the DNC calls for a separate Justice Department investigation.
Replacing Scalia with another pro-life justice would likely have had no impact on the ruling. Presumptive Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump defied the laws of mathematics on Thursday, claiming that he could have turned around the Supreme Court’s 5-3 abortion ruling by nominating a pro-life justice to replace Antonin Scalia.
Still, seeing the inclusion of pot for the first time marks progress. For the first time, a major U.S.
The Leave campaign showed what's possible when a democratic system stops functioning democratically. The populist revolt in Britain and much of Western Europe isn’t reducible to a single variable, but it’s partly a reaction against a globalized economy that has failed the masses.
After eight useless investigations with no proof of wrongdoing, the channel finally gives up. To the surprise of no one, the Republicans’ four-year partisan inquisition surrounding the terrorist attack on the American compound in Benghazi, Libya, is likely ending with a whimper.
A new study suggests pharma can spend a little and get a lot in return. A number of factors should influence a doctor's prescribing practices, from illness treatability to new research on drug effectiveness.
From the hot new book about what it takes to transform urban polices for a sustainable future. Transportation policy has an enormous impact on tens of millions of people every day.
Donald Trump gets more media attention than the Holocaust, Sanders pointed out. During a 1990 U.S. Congress Debate, Bernie Sanders spoke about how mainstream media favored covering Donald Trump over the then-refugee crisis, in this case people fleeing Kuwait.
Well, you reap what you sow. For all the talk of Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton’s likability problem, presumptive Republican nominee Donald Trump is facing incredible resistance from members of his own political party.
The answer involves education and income. Women have experimented with their nether regions from vajazzling, vagina facials, and going full-frontal.
People are lining up to help resettle refugees in our neighbor to the north. As President Barack Obama pushes back against a chorus of anti-refugee sentiments in the United States, a New York Times article Thursday shows that for our neighbors to the north, “refugees welcome” is more than just a campaign slogan: it's a promise that is being kept.
Peltier is 71 and in failing health and without clemency will likely die in prison. Help right this grave miscarriage of justice.
It's something that "would not happen in a normal world." Climate scientists this week expressed alarm after “unprecedented” data showed the Northern Hemisphere Jet Stream crossing the Equator.
The late night host even reads one of Trump's spam emails on the air. The Trump campaign has had major financing problems lately, starting June with $1.3 million, an alarmingly low number compared to Hillary Clinton’s $42 million.
Many thought that having two women running together would be too much for the U.S., but it's exactly what we need.
A new super PAC aims to fight political frustration with photographs, paint and billboards. There’s a new player in the political donor class, and it’s a far cry from the Koch brothers, Priorities USA or any deep pockets on either side of the aisle.
A federal lawsuit challenging the constitutionality of Wisconsin’s Republican-drawn state legislative district lines could have sweeping implications for gerrymandered districts nationwide.
And a larger percentage of women are loath to share the blame for relationships ending. Women love four things, according to hack comedians and romantic comedies: chocolate, shopping, nagging dudes like it’s their job, and marriage.
Walter Litteral was charged with conspiring to violate federal laws governing firearms and explosive devices, among others.
Thousands of homeless people can work but need help to get into the workforce. There is an unprecedented, coordinated media effort unfolding in San Francisco right now with the goal of pushing politicians and the public to take a closer look at homelessness.