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From the origin of the universe to the unusual stories behind people’s tattoos, by way of secular spirituality, the hummingbird effect, and Werner Herzog. I consider my annual best-of reading lists a of
Bush’s bold jump catches Clinton backers by surprise. For months, Hillary Clinton’s allies viewed one Republican as posing a bigger threat to her in a 2016 presidential general election matchup than any
Wednesday’s surprise announcements by Presidents Barack Obama and Raúl Castro that they had agreed to restore relations between Cuba and the United States were the dramatic stuff of history. Almost immediately
Jeb Bush surprised the political world on Tuesday by deciding to "actively explore" a 2016 bid. Here are six things to know about Bush: 1. He was the governor of Florida, an important swing state in presidential
Nope, it's not sex (though a roll in the hay never hurts) He restocked the wine rack, replaced the burned-out bulb in the bathroom, and even refueled your SUV. Did you, um, say anything? A new study from
Hillary Rodham Clinton says she supports President Barack Obama's executive actions to protect about 5 million immigrants living in the U.S. illegally, calling it a "historic step" and urging Congress
No need to chug the stuff! People are literally obsessed with apple cider vinegar. Just open up Instagram—I challenge you to find someone who isn't drinking it for better digestion or more impressive results.
His new immigration plan stamped and signed, President Barack Obama on Friday rallied support behind his decision to delay deportation of millions of undocumented immigrants, though a heckler in a mostly
One reason the Ebola virus is so terrifying is that it's so lethal. Researchers estimate that the strain circulating in West Africa is killing upward of 70 percent of those it infects. Even among those
Last night, the President announced several actions he was taking to improve "our broken immigration system." Actions like beefing up enforcement at the borders, prioritizing enforcement against felons,
One day after announcing sweeping executive actions to reform the U.S. immigration system, President Barack Obama vowed it was only the first step, again calling on Congress to pass formal legislation.
China and "probably one or two other" countries have the capacity to shut down the nation's power grid and other critical infrastructure through a cyber attack, the head of the National Security Agency
Barack Obama defended his sweeping immigration reform on Friday, at a rally in Las Vegas designed to mobilise support for his decision to shield almost five million people from deportation. The president
President Obama is taking executive action to protect millions of undocumented immigrants from deportation. His plan has been a tough sell to the American people, especially with the new Republican-controlled