Measles cases mount in the Pacific Northwest, where vaccination rates are among the lowest in the nation. Now, lawmakers want to tighten some of those personal belief exemptions.
Lip smacking, turning pages and scratching — they're all part of a phenomenon called ASMR. We look at why millions are captivated by these "brain tingles."
Taking a step back from the politics and policy, here are the facts about what's happening on the ground at the U.S.-Mexico border in El Paso, Texas.
President Trump rallies for his Wall in El Paso, Texas. We’ll hear the nuanced view a city inextricably linked to the southern border.
Pete Buttigieg, the 37-year-old Democratic mayor of South Bend, Indiana, on why he’s building a presidential run on what he calls "intergenerational justice."
The S-word. We explore socialism's complicated history in the United States, and where it's at in 2019.
President Trump says the U.S. will never be a socialist country. Some Democrats embrace the "democratic socialist" label. But what does socialism really mean?
From fetal heartbeat bills to procedures later in pregnancy, we’ll look at the rising legal battles around abortion.
The State of the Union? Divided. Virginia politics? Upended. Trump inauguration records? Subpoenaed. Green New Deal? Unveiled.
Plessy v. Ferguson, the historic Supreme Court decision that endorsed "separate but equal" — racial segregation. A fresh look at how it echoes today.
Apple, Microsoft, Amazon, Google and Facebook. They are so ubiquitous, their reach and control of our digital lives so complete, that it’s impossible to live without them. Or is it?
Pope Francis publicly acknowledges the sexual abuse of nuns by priests and bishops. Worldwide, nuns are speaking out.
A tech writer spent six weeks trying to block Amazon, Facebook, Google, Microsoft and Apple from her life. She found out that’s impossible.
Facebook has been secretly paying people to install an app that collects massive amounts of user data.
In its statement, the company claims "Massachusetts seeks to publicly vilify Purdue" with the lawsuit. But Healey says the allegations of aggressive opioid marketing stem from Purdue Pharma's own documents.
"We must choose greatness or gridlock," President Trump said before the joint session of Congress Tuesday night. "Tonight, I ask you to choose greatness."
Massachusetts is suing Purdue Pharma, the maker of the painkiller OxyContin, and the family who profited from it for fueling the opioid crisis.
Inside that air base in Iraq President Trump wants to keep up and running to monitor Iran and ISIS in Syria. There’s a lot happening there already.
King’s stunning performance in "If Beale Street Could Talk" also earned her a Golden Globe. Now she's challenging the film industry and beyond to commit to gender equality.
Medicare for all is embraced by some 2020 Democratic hopefuls. But what exactly is being proposed, what will it cost and what would it change in American health care?