President Trump has called the Russia investigation a "witch hunt," but more than 30 people have been charged. Many of those who've been accused, however, may never go to trial.
Unless you're an extreme athlete, recovering from an injury or over 60, you probably only need 50 to 60 grams of protein a day. And you probably already get that in your food without adding pills, bars or powders.
With her new anthology, Glory Edim says she wants to "capture the energy and vibrancy of what it means to be a black woman in the literary space."
Three women have accused the astrophysicist of inappropriate behavior. One says she quit her job on his TV show Cosmos because of it.
They are the Sentinelese, one of the last tribes untouched by modern civilization. And they may have just committed murder.
In 'Nashville: Scenes from the New American South', photographer Heidi Ross and novelist Ann Patchett explore the multiple identities that shape their changing city.
Amazon has become almost synonymous with online shopping, while building a large physical footprint of warehouses and stores, a workforce of more than 600,000 people and a cloud business used extensively by the US government, among others.
Scientists have found a trove of these ancient creatures in the African nation of Angola.
Some personal secrets are so well-kept that even family and friends are oblivious. So it is with the story of the late Chief Justice William Rehnquist's marriage proposal to Stanford Law School classmate Sandra Day in the early 1950s.
Janet Winston had a rash that wouldn't go away, so she went to get an allergy test and came back with an absurd bill.
"We are in the really unenviable, and really difficult, position of caring for patients maybe for their entire lives, developing our own relationships with those animals — and then being asked to kill them."
"We are in the middle of the biggest coffee crisis of our time," said the Guatemalan producer and exporter Josué Morales, who works with over 1,300 growers.
Hospitals are increasingly using the huge amount of medical data they collect for research. It's a business worth billions of dollars. When a company profits from your data, should you get a cut?
James Wolfe was never charged with mishandling classified information or leaking to the press, but investigators alleged that he lied to them about his relationships with reporters. He has dated multiple journalists who covered his Senate intelligence committee.
Across New York City, more than 70 restaurants are tossing their oyster shells not into the trash or composting pile, but into the city's eroded harbor. It's all part of Billion Oyster Project's restaurant shell-collection program.
Twenty people died on Saturday after a limousine crashed in upstate New York, in what safety officials are calling the nation's worst road accident in nearly a decade.
Republican Lisa Murkowski voted no, while Jeff Flake, Susan Collins and Joe Manchin voted yes. A final vote — which still hangs on Flake, Collins and Manchin — is set for Saturday.
The Supreme Court has refused to take up a billionaire's appeal of a lower court ruling that forced him to maintain public access to surfers and others who visit Martins Beach, south of San Francisco.
"I'm on the phone with a history professor at Indiana University, Bloomington, named Ellen Wu. We're talking about skin color, identity and how people like us — Americans of East Asian-descent — can describe ourselves."
Officers were called to Manhattan's Minskoff Theater on Friday, where they say they found 47-year-old puppet technician Ilya Vett in the process of printing a handgun.