Years of misleading coverage left viewers so misinformed that many were shocked when confronted with the actual costs of repeal.
The College Board earns over half of all its revenues from the courses—and, in an uncertain environment, students keep being suckered.
Despite the damage done to his reputation, the defeat may liberate him to pursue the agenda his voters support—not the one the Republican establishment favors.
After the largest demonstrations in years erupted across the country on Sunday, the Kremlin is fighting back.
Highly educated immigrants from South Asia have often been able to live comfortably in America. With a new wave of hate crimes, that’s changing.
Conservatives once warned that Obamacare would produce the Democratic Waterloo. Their inability to accept the principle of universal coverage has, instead, led to their own defeat.
The chair of the House Intelligence Committee, under fire for excessive closeness to President Trump, visited the White House the day before lodging a bombshell allegation.
If so, he’s extremely vulnerable to being hacked.
Can we predict romantic prospects just from looking at a face?
Oh my God, Becky, look at this vigorous debate among scholars about the true origin of a preference among straight males for curvier backsides.
The show will air at the same time across the U.S. for the first time ever starting in April—thanks to social media.
And that’s embarrassing.
Trump and the GOP turn to tax reform, South Korean prosecutors seek a warrant for the ousted president’s arrest, and more from the United States and around the world.
The two-hour work, written and directed by Happy Valley’s Sally Wainwright, is a vibrant dramatization of how three sheltered women became such extraordinary novelists.
But a new study finds that reductions of capital gains taxes and top marginal rate taxes have led to greater income inequality
In November, citizens around the U.S. said they wanted minimum-wage hikes, higher taxes, and criminal-justice reform. Now their elected officials are trying to roll those changes back.
A project begun after 9/11 assumes new urgency after the 2016 election—creating a more sensible plan for what happens when a chief executive steps aside.
The right-wing news site has applied for congressional press credentials, but faces questions about its ownership and links between its editors and other organizations.