As Proud Boys and counterprotesters clash in New York, the mayor of Portland, Ore., announces belated measures to combat their influence.
A new report finds the city has one of the widest education gaps in the country, with white students more likely to be considered gifted.
A flurry of agreements generates unease in Washington over the speed of engagement between the longtime rivals.
After starting Microsoft with his childhood friend Bill Gates, Allen became a billionaire and philanthropist and invested in conservation, space travel and professional sports.
Two major utilities for the first time shut off power to some customers, concerned that fires could ignite if high winds bring down power lines.
Unemployment is down to 3.7 percent, but jobs are less secure than ever. So much for the president's favorite talking point.
The Massachusetts senator rebuts Donald Trump's smears against her, fueling speculation she plans to run for president in 2020.
His legacy is one of death and destruction, but that hasn't stopped liberals and conservatives alike from revering him as a hero in 2018.
Republican Brian Kemp has purged tens of thousands of black voters from the rolls. Civil rights groups fear it's a sign of things to come.