Why a schoolyard taunt could be a savvy strategy against ISIS
The U.S. president told Palestinian leader Mahmoud Abbas he will “do everything” to achieve Middle East peace.
The president wants to cut funding for programs such as career and technical education and redirect that money toward school choice.
The search for the "ultimate deal" in the Holy Land
Harvard’s Dana-Farber Cancer Institute has said it will not host its annual gala at the president’s Mar-a-Lago property. Though it won’t say why.
The reported suicide bombing at an Ariana Grande concert in Manchester was aimed at preteen and teenage girls enjoying one of the best nights of their lives.
As brick-and-mortar stores close, local governments in struggling regions lose much-needed tax revenues.
The actor’s death was confirmed by his children.
And other tales from the intersection of science and airport security
The company’s content moderation guide suggests it hasn’t come to grips with its unique role in the world.
Tabloid-style coverage of mass murder helps those intent on using violence to stoke fear.
A live multimedia performance by the musician DJ Spooky considers the 1915 silent film’s legacy as a pioneering document in alternative facts.
How astronomers deputized early internet users to help find alien civilizations
A low-tech solution to America’s voting problems
U.K. police said at least 22 people are dead and 59 injured following the incident at Manchester Arena.
Nothing in the text or history of the amendment is stopping the vice president, Cabinet, and Congress from determining that the president is “unable to discharge the powers and duties of his office.”
The president’s critics are dipping into his vast Twitter archive to find evidence of hypocrisy—and maybe even fortune telling.
Franklin Delano Roosevelt, Richard Nixon, and others in between generated thousands of hours of audio from meetings and telephone calls. Is Donald Trump doing the same?
It may be Trump’s proposal, but his first fiscal blueprint reflects the vision of the House Freedom Caucus co-founder, and the president has left the sales job to him.
After a successful test launch on Sunday, the North Korean leader approved the deployment of medium-range ballistic missiles.
New Orleans Mayor Mitch Landrieu explains to his city why four monuments commemorating the Lost Cause and the Confederacy had to come down.
The president reportedly attempted to enlist the head of the NSA and director of national intelligence to defend against the Russia inquiry.
Trump’s “ultimate deal,” Flynn’s Fifth invocation, what lead has done to a generation in New Orleans, and more
The top Democrat on the House Oversight Committee says Flynn misinformed the Defense Department last year about foreign payments he received from a state-run Russian TV channel.
The meaning of the president's Western Wall visit
In a press release, the White House mistakenly wrote that one of President Trump’s goals for his trip abroad was to “promote the possibility of lasting peach.”
The president’s tax-and-spend plan isn’t just a reversal of his campaign promises. It’s also a deeply unpopular blueprint for the country.
The American president has surprised everyone with his enthusiasm for the Israeli-Palestinian peace process. But he might not understand what he's getting into.
President Trump’s former national security adviser won’t comply with the Intelligence Committee’s demand for Russia-related documents, his lawyers said Monday.
Once, for five days, I found out.