Tuesday, January 14th 2020
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi met with Democrats and told them that on Wednesday, there will be a vote on sending the articles of impeachment against Trump over to the Senate....
Dozens of Americans have gone over to help fight wildfires in Australia.
New archaeology confirms the existence of fierce warrior women called Amazons that were immortalized in Greek myths.
Meet Phoenix Legg, the 12-year-old who has been on the road covering the candidates, campaign rallies and town hall meetings.
People often turn to books to answer life's big questions: How can I be a better person? How can I find joy? How can I process grief?
European leaders are triggering a dispute mechanism over Iran's failure to live up to terms of nuclear deal.
The House is expected to vote on Wednesday to transmit the two articles of impeachment to the Senate.
For centuries, scholars assumed that Greek myths about fierce warrior women they called "Amazons" were just that — myths. But new archeology confirms what modern historians like Adrienne Mayor had...
How strong is the human spirit? It's one of the questions that author Ann Napolitano explores in her gripping new novel "Dear Edward."
France, Britain and Germany triggered the dispute mechanism in the nuclear deal because of Iran's repeated violations of the agreement.
What if we thought about swing voters not as Democratic to Republican transplants but as voters who stick with one party — or don't vote at all?
After banning all commercial airline flights to Cuba's provinces, the Trump administration says it's now stopping charter flights.
We preview Tuesday's debate in Iowa featuring six Democratic presidential candidates.
What if we thought about swing voters not as Democratic to Republican transplants but as voters who stick with one party — or don't vote at all? Ibram Kendi argues...