A U.S. federal judge ruled July 16 the DACA program is illegal, leaving some 90,000 young immigrants in limbo without legal status or a clear
Cities in Texas were hit by Russian ransomware attacks before the United States fully acknowledged the cybersecurity threat. Here’s how they mended the damage without
Carnivals, fairs, and festivals have returned. Beyond face paint and fried food, they’re a chance for Americans to gather communally.
Procrastination can be a bad thing. But Latin also has another word, otium, for doing things that enrich one’s life but don’t further one’s career.
Here are three news events – Republicans on panel investigating Jan. 6 insurrection, Summer Olympics, and the ADA anniversary – from this past weekend (while
Rep. Adam Kinzinger of Illinois was named Sunday to a special House committee investigating the Capitol riot. He joins Rep. Liz Cheney of Wyoming.
Team USA swimmers earned six medals Sunday on the first morning of Tokyo Olympics finals, showing no signs of slipping even without Michael Phelps.
Ahmed Hafnaoui of Tunisia was the surprise winner of the 400-meter freestyle at the Tokyo Olympics on Sunday, beating a field of faster and older
For decades, female gymnasts have worn bikini-cut leotards. But the German Olympics team wore unitards to push back against sexualization of women.