Tech & Science
Climate Change Plunged the Planet into 'Uncharted Territory,' Scientists Warn
Earth is in worse shape than ever and things don't seem to be turning around, scientists said.
When Will the Supreme Court Justice Be Confirmed? Why Democrats' Plan to Resist Trump's Nominee Won't Work
"The answer isn't to change the rules. It's to change the nominee."
Who Should Run in 2020? Sanders, Warren, Michelle Obama Beat By 'Someone New,' Poll Shows
All the usual Democratic suspects are leaving people uninspired for 2020.
Donald Trump's Latest Approval Rating Shows Americans Think He's Dishonest
Trump's approval rating has fallen further as he's lost support among his most devoted demographic groups: whites, men and Republicans.
What is the Freedom Caucus, the Conservative Group that Threatens to Kill 'Trumpcare'?
Meet the hard-line House conservatives who reaffirmed Wednesday they would vote against the AHCA.
Bernie Sanders' Latest Fight is About CEO Pay and Wall Street Reform
How much more does the boss make than the employees? Bernie Sanders, Elizabeth Warren, Al Franken, Bob Menendez and others are railing against a delay to a CEO pay disclosure rule.
Could North Korea's Kim Jong Un Strike Alaska With A Nuclear Bomb?
If Kim Jong Un wanted to strike the U.S., it's possible that North Korea could reach Alaska with a missile capable of carrying a nuclear warhead.
Who is Oleg Deripaska? Paul Manafort Allegedly Worked With Russian Magnate to Advance Putin's Interests
The Russian oligarch has been described as Putin's favorite industrialist.
Trump Fan Says He Was Kicked Out of Bar for Wearing 'Make America Great Again' Hat
"Don't even try to order from me. I won't get you a drink," a bartender in an NYC bar allegedly told the man.
Amid Kim Jong Un's Threats, Here's a Map of North Korea's Missile Capabilities
Here are the major cities North Korea could hit, should Kim Jong Un decide to launch a strike.
Congress Is Way More Religious—and Christian—Than America, Study Says
Congressional representatives say they're religious, and they're disproportionately Christian.
‘It's Insane’ to Say Obama Wiretapped Trump, Former White House Aide Says
"I don't know how angry [Obama] is... I know the rest of us are pretty pissed," said a former White House staffer.
North Korea Threat: Japan and Russia Team Up to Stop Kim Jong Un's Nuclear Ambitions
Putting differences aside, Japan and Russia said they would work to stop North Korea's provocations.
Is Donald Trump a Good President? Poll Reveals Young People Don't Think So
A majority of young Americans don't think Trump's policies are good, but there's a stark divide along racial lines.
Democrats Could Seek Trump Impeachment After James Comey Hearing
Democrats will likely watch Comey testify Monday and hope for fodder for impeachment.
Gorsuch Hearing Live Stream: When and How to Watch Supreme Court Nominee Answer Questions from Senate Judiciary Committee
Neil Gorsuch, President Donald Trump's SCOTUS nominee, could face strong opposition from Democrats, but he's still likely to be confirmed.
What Jeff Sessions Has Said About Marijuana
'Marijuana is not the kind of thing that ought to be legalized.'
Sean Hannity Hints Obama Did Cocaine, Smoked Weed with Travel Ban Judge
Hannity suggested that maybe, just maybe, Obama visited an old "Choom Gang" friend in Hawaii to stop Trump's travel ban.
March Madness 2017: NCAA Tournament's Key Statistics Explained in 6 Graphs
March Madness can be overwhelming but key stats can help explain what to expect out of the tournament in 2017.
Donald Trump's Latest Approval Rating Dips amid 'Trumpcare' Woes
President Trump's approval rating dipped below 40 percent this week and remains underwater.
All About the Benjamins: Generation Z Motivated by Money, Study Finds
Future members of the workforce say they're willing to work longer hours to get the compensation they want.
Brushing Selfies May be a Guide to Healthier Teeth
A study finds that those who filmed their brushing improved their accuracy and overall skill at an activity that is mostly dictated by muscle memory.
Road to Rio: Under Armour Hopes Olympics Brings Market Share Gold
The sportswear company has been on the rise domestically, but the Rio Games offers a chance to cut into Nike and Adidas' worldwide market share.
Road to Rio: Can the Olympics Save Golf?
After 112 years, golf returns to the Olympics games, with many hoping it will help widen the declining sport's global appeal.