For the third time in U.S. history, the House of Representatives voted to impeach a sitting U.S. president.
"For decades, a national anti-cruelty law was a dream for animal protectionists. Today, it is a reality."
Cognitive psychologist Steven Pinker reminds us that innuendo and euphemism yield better quid pro quo results than an "or else" ultimatum.
"We can't allow people to get sick," President Donald Trump said from the Oval Office.
The bid to buy Greenland is unlikely to become seriously considered.
The claim comes after two mass shootings over the weekend that killed, in total, 31 people.
Getting rid of the president is a popular subject these days. And Sunstein's advice on the subject can show us the protocol — and the history — behind firing the most powerful man in the free world.
Does a person still get to be "the honorable" if they are tossed out for not being honorable?
The Internet Research Agency has learned that you catch more flies with honey than with vinegar.
"We made America great," one Russian operative joked as Trump's victory became clear.
A majority both disapproves of him and think's he'll win next year. What gives?
Ads from political figures are exempt from fact-checking, according to Facebook's recently updated policies.
Facebook's misinformation isn't just a threat to democracy. It's endangering lives.
The 17-year-old climate activist gets a lot of criticism online. Which of those critiques hold water?
The green market is growing exponentially. But will the U.S. seize the economic opportunity?
Research has found that previously encountered information feels more "fluent."