The outbreak has sickened 35 people, mostly children under 10, in Oregon and Washington since Jan. 1, with 11 more cases suspected.
For decades, the Gonzaga campus served as a retirement community for disgraced Jesuits, an explosive new investigation reveals.
Ballot initiatives seek reforms for laws on policing, prosecution, mass incarceration and other issues.
An alumna of one such school speaks out in a powerful USA Today op-ed.
The rare example of an activist politician able to work effectively from within the American political system, Dellums distinguished himself by taking strong stances about divisive issues in America and on the global stage.
Money talks, says a study of Washington’s political lobbying and its influence on climate change law. Most of the most vocal money comes from big energy.
Senior executive Bob Quinn will retire; CEO Randall Stephenson said the company made a "big mistake" in hiring President Trump's personal lawyer as a political consultant.
Interviews with multiple U.S. officials and advisers make it clear that America's closest allies had no chance of persuading the president to accept even a toughened-up version of the nuclear deal.
The North Korean leader tells Seoul he'd be willing to give up nuclear weapons if the U.S. commits to a formal end to the Korean War and pledges not to attack the North.