Salman Rushdie stretched the bounds of realism and fantasy in “The Satanic Verses,” but in his latest novel, he’s doing the opposite.
Fake news has been the hot topic in the wake of the most recent election. PRI's Todd Zwillich reflects on his own encounter with a consumer of fake news..
The Vermont senator successfully moved Hillary Clinton and the Democratic Party to the left. But when it comes to the party's official platform, it was only a partial victory for Team Sanders.
Proposals in the US House and Senate would enable the government to prohibit people on terrorist watch-lists from buying guns — and they'd also allow for universal background checks.
An innovative company is trying to recycle old guns into designer watches — and they're having some success.
A vigil outside an iconic place in America's gay rights movement had extraordinary resonance — and the shiver of history.
Bernie Sanders beat Hillary Clinton by about 12 points in the weekend's Wyoming presidential caucuses — and yet they each walked away with seven delegates.
How did journalists miss the first stirrings of the Trump phenomenon? Also, asks The Takeaway's Todd Zwillich, have journalists enabled his rise by refusing to call his actions what they are?
Boys are supposedly four times more likely to have the condition, but clinicians often miss or overlook symptoms in girls, who are frequently on the less disabling end of the spectrum.
Trudeau’s stateside trip is the first official visit by a Canadian leader in almost 20 years. Why have these next-door neighbors spent so many years apart?
Takeaway political correspondent Todd Zwillich looks at the current state of the Republican Party and how it can fix things. Short answer: It has few options.