The Trump administration’s assault on judges, watchdogs, and the ideal of impartial justice is ripped straight from the modern autocrat’s playbook, experts say
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Eighteen students got diplomas Friday at a school designed for kids in danger of not making it that far. And each one had a story.
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Charlie Gao Security, World 4th generation fighter: expect them to fly and fight on for years to come. Key Point: Even older planes can be upgraded and are attractive due to their lower costs. Here are some of the planes that will likely serve in combat even as nations look into sixth generation fighters. As Russian and China’s 5th generation stealth fighters are nearing completion, some people are wondering how long much longer 4th generation fighters such as the F-16, F-15, Su-27, and MiG-29...
A judge has ruled that John Bolton’s book about Donald Trump’s incompetent and criminal presidency, “The Room Where It Happened,” can be published by Simon & Schuster. T
Trump answered questions from Hannity and members of the studio audience but always managed to bring the conversation back to his favorite topic: media bias.
On Friday’s “PBS NewsHour,” New York Times columnist David Brooks said he sympathizes with Vice President Mike Pence’s argument in defense of President Trump’s rallies by stating that if we are going to have protests against police brutality, that creates
They appear to be going with the former.
The Washington football team will likely move to a new stadium in 2027. Muriel Bowser just implied a move to her district could be contingent on a name change.
Fourteen city governments say the president’s campaign now owes them a collective $1.82 million. The campaign says it’s not responsible.
Sen. Tammy Duckworth (D-Ill.) said Sunday that President Trump's speech at Mount Rushmore's Fourth of July celebration demonstrated that "his priorities are all wrong."The Illinois Democrat told
The Kremlin bullied and bribed Russians to the ballot box again on Wednesday, the latest episode of what long ago became a painful mockery of democracy, writes Garry Kasparov.
Joe Biden's campaign has increased investment in and attention to the state as Trump lags in the polls.
The magazine invested extraordinary amounts of time and resources into building an intellectual edifice for segregation.
Russia’s pattern of hostility matches Trump’s pattern of accommodation.
Internationally peer-reviewed journals published more than 100 research papers from China-based authors that appear to have reused identical sets of images, raising questions about the proliferation of problematic science.
The UK government says selected sports stars are to be exempt from quarantine requirements when competing in England.
Japan's latest record-breaking bullet train doesn't only run faster and smoother -- it also has a new feature that sends passengers to safety in the event of an earthquake.
A shooting at a South Carolina nightclub left two people dead and eight wounded, a sheriff's official said.
Joe Biden has a larger lead over Donald Trump than Hillary Clinton did at this point in 2016. But Democrats have seen a lead slip away before.
With the Federal Reserve unable to cut interest rates, the U.S. budget should have stronger “automatic stabilizers,” some say, such as by tying unemployment insurance benefit generosity to the unemployment rate.