After months of hype, a solar eclipse is set to distract America from its political woes on Monday. For everything you need to know about eclipse-watching, read on.
The aim here is to not rehash what you've already learned about Hitler and Nazism, but rather grant a deeper understanding how it functions as an ideology, how it spread and manifested over the years and how a dedicated few have managed to keep it at bay over the years.
The New York Times has taken a lot of heat today, and blessedly, it has nothing to do with Trump.
President Trump wants the world to study what US General John Pershing did in the Philippines to stop terrorism, but he's wrong about what happened.
As the debate over Charlottesville and Trump's response continues, the major publications are starting to weigh in. So far TIME, The New Yorker, and The Economist have released theirs — and they're not pulling their punches.
After the 2015 massacre in Charleston, public officials began removing public tributes to the Confederacy. Will the violence in Charlottesville convince them to finish the job?
In a 20-minute call with Digg, Cantwell said his social accounts have been deleted and that he's received death threats.
On Wednesday, two more CEOs left Trump's manufacturing council, and his business council decided to disband and condemn Trump. Trump announced his decision to dissolve both councils shortly afterward.
VICE News was embedded with the white nationalist protesters throughout the weekend, and the resulting episode is a scary, riveting piece of television.
If you want to understand why and how the violent white supremacist rally in Charlottesville happened, read these six articles and essays.
In a black combat helmet with a bodyguard in tow, Heimbach led followers in Emancipation Park Saturday to push down police barricades.
How Democrats, Republicans and foreign leaders condemned white supremacist violence over the weekend.
President Trump has spent the week making alarming statements about his willingness to go to war with North Korea, and you may be freaking out. To help you make sense of it all, here are five of the best pieces of commentary and analysis on North Korea we've read this week.
On Monday, a Denver jury ruled in favor of pop music superstar Taylor Swift in a court case concerning a sexual assault incident between her and a former local radio DJ, David Mueller aka "Jackson."
James Damore, who lost his job at Google after writing a 10-page memo arguing that gender disparities in tech can be partially explained by biological differences, has spoken out.
Some say the leak endangers national security. Others say the transcripts revealed important information about Trump. Here are the arguments on both sides.
The Department of Justice says it's looking into discrimination against Asian-Americans — and specifically a case that sounds a lot like a lawsuit against Harvard. Here's what's going on.
An HBO executive thanked the hackers for alerting the company to an unknown security vulnerability.
The top drug enforcement official in Trump's own Justice Department issued a memo contradicting Trump's apparent endorsement of police brutality.
In addition to losing 755 staff, the US Embassy will lose access to a bucolic summer home used for barbecues.
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