Iran Retaliates, Firing Missiles Into Iraq
On Tuesday, Iran’s military fired over a dozen ballistic missiles at two military bases in Iraq that house U.S. soldiers.
What Lawmakers are Saying About the US-Iran Conflict
Plus, a look at what Congress is busy with these next few weeks.
Child Care on the Campaign Trail
For many women running for office, paying for child care is a major hurdle.
Is Willpower the Secret to Keeping New Year's Resolutions?
More and more psychologists are questioning the role of willpower in accomplishing our goals.
Alleged War Criminals from Guatemala's Civil War are Evading Justice — By Living in the U.S.
Some have been deported back to Guatemala, where they are facing trials for human rights abuses.
Are the Iranian People United Behind Their Government?
The media portrayal of Iran shows the country united behind its government. But just how accurate is that viewpoint?
Another Look at the US-Iran Conflict from Iranian Americans
Two Iranian Americans joined The Takeaway again to give their perspective on the escalating conflict.
Two Years Into the Time's Up Movement, Has Hollywood Changed?
Does the world of entertainment look better, and safer, because of the movement?
"It's What I Call a Massacre:" Violence in Mississippi Prisons Leaves Inmates Dead, Families in the Dark
There have been at least five inmates confirmed dead. But advocates and prisoners worry there may be more.
Magnitude 6.4 Earthquake Rocks Puerto Rico
Millions of Puerto Ricans woke up to a 6.4 magnitude earthquake on Tuesday.
Trump Inc. Explores Web of Connections Between President Trump and Ukraine
Even before he became president, Donald Trump had ties with the former Soviet Republic.
"It's Fueled My Fire": Formerly-Imprisoned Journalist Reflects One Year Since Khashoggi's Death
Washington Post writer Jason Rezaian reflects on his colleague Jamal Khashoggi's legacy.
Robbie Robertson on His New Album "Sinematic"
Since leaving The Band in the 1970s, Robbie Robertson has put out multiple solo albums and written a memoir. This month, Robertson released his latest solo record, Sinematic.
Harvard Can Continue to Consider Race in Admissions, Federal Judge Rules
Using affirmative action in the admissions process does not violate any laws.
Amber Guyger's Conviction and the Argument For Self-Defense
The former Dallas police officer was found guilty of killing her unarmed black neighbor in his own apartment last year.
How are the Concerns of Asian Americans Being Considered Ahead of the 2020 Elections?
Andrew Yang and Kamala Harris have brought Asian American identity into a new national focus.
2020 Republican Candidate Mark Sanford Condemns Primary Cancellations
Former South Carolina Governor Mark Sanford believes the cancelation of Republican primaries in four states is anti-American.
More Local TV Meteorologists are Discussing Climate Change
Over the past few years, a growing number of local TV meteorologists have been discussing climate change as part of their regular weather forecasts.
Where Does the U.S.-Saudi Relationship Stand?
New tensions come almost a year after Saudi Arabia killed The Washington Post journalist Jamal Khashoggi.
The High Price of Fast Delivery: Amazon Contractors are Crashing, But the Company Does Not Take Responsibility
A new report shows how the web of Amazon contractors makes it difficult to track crash data.