The New York Times
Updated: 13 min 42 sec ago
Hillary Rodham Clinton and President Obama attended a party days after she criticized his foreign policy.
The mere mention of Mr. Obama polarizes the public along racial lines on issues ranging from health care to how people feel about his dog.
As the unrest festers in Ferguson, Mo., various groups are planning vigils in 90 cities across the United States to honor victims of alleged police brutality.
Covering the unrest in Ferguson, Mo., has proved challenging as police restrict access and, in some cases, arrest journalists.
Students who read and discussed a scene from Harry Potter in which the cruel Draco Malfoy calls Hermione a “filthy little Mudblood,” and her friends react with outrage reported more positive feelings about immigrants.
President Obama on Thursday claimed victory in the effort to rescue Yazidi refugees from a mountaintop in Iraq, crediting American drops of food and airstrikes.
A state that grew rapidly for much its history is now finding that many of its residents are picking up and moving on.
Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel had ordered a policy review after complaints about new regulations that banned cornrows, twists and dreadlocks.
What would children learn if we made them give away some of their favorite toys after a month? Maybe that ownership and appreciation aren’t linked.
Some Southern states are becoming more Democratic-leaning as new arrivals from the North move in. But this is not true in every state.
After a fifth night of unrest in Ferguson, Mo., a group identifying itself as Anonymous, the computer hacking group, disclosed what it said was the name of the police officer who fatally shot an unarmed African-American teenager.
A state that was once the nation's most populous is now fourth, as residents seek opportunity elsewhere.
The police dispersed demonstrators in Ferguson, Mo., by force on Wednesday night. The developments were recounted in real time on Twitter and other platforms.