The president’s sudden hospitalization has led to a yawning truth gap between what the White House knows about his condition and what the media and the public know.
There’s a long history of health concerns in the White House, both physical and mental.
The Takeaway kicks off our series, “A Votar: A Look at Latino Voters in the 2020 U.S. Election,” with a look at what polling data can tell us about the Latino electorate.
We take a look at this little-known history, of how slaves escaped to Mexico.
Around the world, privacy advocates are sounding the alarm on heightened surveillance measures that have popped up amid the ongoing pandemic.
The Takeaway speaks to New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy about how COVID-19 is playing out in his state.
All over the world, people have been clapping and cheering for health care workers in a nightly ritual to celebrate those on the front lines of the COVID-19 pandemic.
A significant rise in the number of at-home deaths suggests that the city is not counting everyone dying from COVID-19.
Alan Yang is best known as the co-creator of 'Master of None,' but for 'Tigertail,' his first film as a writer and director, he decided to tell a more dramatic personal story.
Last week, President Donald Trump announced Richard Grenell, the U.S. ambassador to Germany, as the acting director of national intelligence.
Texas lawmakers declined to fund census outreach efforts in their state, which could lead to an undercount in 2020, particularly among Latino communities.
In the United States, domestic violence incidents involving guns are on the rise, and women are especially vulnerable.
The Houston Astros were caught using cameras to read opposing teams' signs to give their hitters an advantage.