Police on Long Island wrote off missing immigrant teens as runaways. One mother knew better—and searched MS-13’s killing fields for answers.
In 1861-65, Americans waged a war among themselves that remains the bloodiest in U.S. history. It began as a fight to preserve the Union but morphed into an abolitionist war to free 4 million men, women and children from bondage.
Crystal Mason didn't know that in Texas you can't vote while on parole or supervised release. What happened next is hard to believe.
Nothing the president does seems to rattle this crowd enough to make it lose faith. Here’s why.
Ayanna Pressley is all but assured of becoming the first black woman elected to Congress from Massachusetts, the latest example of the Democratic Party's embrace of diversity and progressive politics as the recipe for success in the Trump era.
Nike reportedly will feature the athlete and civil rights figure in billboard, TV and online ads, create a Kaepernick apparel line and contribute to his charity. The deal is said to put the ex-quarterback in the top bracket of NFL players with Nike.
An updated order emphasizes that participating in white supremacist groups is prohibited and calls on service members to report those who violate the policy.
African-American historian Nell Painter's inspiring and captivating memoir tells of her going to art school at age 64 after a brilliant academic career.
The decision advances the case of the former 49ers quarterback, who contends that owners conspired to keep him out of the league because of his protests over social injustice.