The terms President Trump has used to describe a group of Latino immigrants can have serious societal consequences.
Adm. Mike Mullen, who served as chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff from 2007 to 2011 under Presidents George W. Bush and Barack Obama, says Washington must keep the door open with Moscow.
At a conference focused on rebuilding Syria, experts doubt change will ever be possible under the current regime.
On April 4, 1967, the civil rights leader made his first major public statement against the war.
On Friday, Secretary of State Rex Tillerson called for an end to Barack Obama's "strategic patience" policy.
The power of organized labor has been waning, under attack by Republicans at the state level. With Donald Trump in the White House, will that opposition to organized labor move to the federal level as well?
Gloria Steinem has spent a lifetime advocating for women's rights and equality. She was devastated Tuesday night when Hillary Clinton was defeated at the ballot box.
Songs have been written about Louisiana's great flood of 1927, and about Katrina. As the state is inundated anew, music plays a role in bringing communities together.
Violence against women is an important predictor of extremism among terrorist groups. But violence against women is by no means an exclusively "over there" problem. And that's the point of a new TV show.
They were brought in to provide a "feminine touch," but they were really designing for everyone.
"Sometimes we slept on the same floor — there was just a Kalashnikov between us."