Here's how to watch the presidential debate between President Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden.
"This was pretty devastating," one official said. "Just literally hundreds and hundreds of homes devastated with nothing standing."
Local educational authorities said students under six "could be frightened" by the appearance of a teacher with tattoos.
People at the event shared videos of confrontations that erupted between police officers and rally attendees
There is a strong pressure for conservative women to self-censor our views, lest we be mocked or stereotyped. But we have to be ready to fight back.
School officials asked for a welfare check at the home when the 5- and 7-year-old brothers didn’t show up all week.
Singapore Airlines said Tuesday it had scrapped plans for "flights to nowhere" aimed at boosting its coronavirus-hit finances after an outcry over the environmental impact.
The town will pay a $25,000 fine for removing the 115-year-old monument
A Fort Lauderdale police report details that Brad Parscale was tackled by a SWAT officer at his home following a 911 call from his wife.
The bottom line, Conway says, is that Trump is "done . . . not just politically, but financially and legally"
Tens of millions of Americans have either cripplingly slow or no internet at all. And the FCC's shameful practices are making a bad situation worse.
Prosecutor Andrew Weissmann's Where Law Ends doesn't fill the hole at the center of the Trump-Russia probe, but does help explain why it's there.
Many experts are convinced that fast and easy screening can stop the virus. But that theory fails to account for the messiness of real life.
New movies are few; new TV is fast diminishing. Here are the books we think you should pick up instead.
Stay calm. Here's our guide to what symptoms you should look out for, and how to respond if you've been exposed.
New models of coral reefs show how fish species communicate with one another. The findings may well help save these threatened ecosystems.
The tools for curbing Silicon Valley’s outsize power and restoring hope in tech are already available and, in some cases, have been for hundreds of years.
Anorexia, bulimia, and binge eating patients are facing novel challenges as in-person care is on hold. Can tech tools fill in the treatment gaps?
When's the last time you backed up your photos? Would you be upset if you lost them? You see where we're going here, right?
Algorithms that quickly track the movement of wildfires could help firefighters‚ but the tech could also be put to non-humanitarian use.