Frankenstein at 200. We’ll dissect Mary Shelley’s iconic Gothic novel, its themes of responsibility in innovation, ethics, and lessons for today.
California needs to bring water to some of its nearly 40 million people. One ambitious water-delivery project involving a tunnel was recently scaled back by billions of dollars. We'll look...
White House Chief of Staff John Kelly is facing blowback again, this time after standing by a top aide accused of domestic violence. Is Kelly’s time up?
American rivers from the mighty Mississippi on down have changed the way Americans works, play and live. We’ll tap into a rich history.
The Dow Jones Industrial average has had a rollercoaster of a week. A historic drop Monday — and then back up again. And then another 1,000 point loss on Thursday,...
Russia memo drama. Pelosi stands for Dreamers. Trump calls Democrats treasonous. And that military parade. Our weekly news round table goes behind the headlines.
Let the games begin. The Olympics kick off in South Korea. From athletes to watch to politics behind the scenes, we’ll take you there.
In the recently concluded legal saga of New Jersey Democratic Senator Bob Menendez, a few facts went more or less uncontested.
Falcon Heavy roars into the sky – the most powerful rocket ever sent into space by a private company. We’ll look at SpaceX and the private space industry.
From Oprah and Gayle to you and your BFF, we’ll explore the joys and complications of female friendships.
Live by the Dow, die by the Dow? We'll look at the economic tea leaves and realities of a volatile market.
After Senator Bob Menendez's bribery case is dismissed, we'll ask if it it's now impossible to prosecute politicians for corruption.
Did Pope Francis know about clergy sex abuse in Chile and cover it up? We'll hear the evidence from his own commission.
The so-called Nunes memo purports to reveal FBI and Department of Justice abuses in an investigation of an American citizen who worked for Donald Trump’s campaign.
Just in time for the games in South Korea, a U.S. Olympic cross counter skier and a sports science writer on what it takes to push the boundaries of human...
The Nunes memo is out. What does it say? What doesn't it say? Will President Trump use it to fire the Department of Justice's No. 2 — or Robert Mueller?...
While you’re still of sound mind, should you lay out the medical care you want if you’re diagnosed with Alzheimer’s? Now, you can.
More than 16 years after it began, the war in Afghanistan is often described as a stalemate.
President Trump’s take on the State of the Union. Russia memo fireworks. Olympic ban lifted on some Russian athletes. The super blue blood moon. Our weekly news round table goes...
Ready, set, Super Bowl. The big game caps the NFL’s season of discontent.