Mueller's Testimony Doesn't Give Either Party What It Wants
And research shows that both Democrats and Republicans likely only heard what they wanted to hear.
Do Debates Change Voters' Minds? Here's What the Research Says.
As 20 Democratic contenders face off this week, here's a look at some stories from our archives that offer insight into the format.
A Huge Cross Can Remain on Public Land in Maryland
The Supreme Court ruled on Thursday that the Bladensburg Cross, a World War I monument, has effectively become secular.
A Supreme Court Decision Could Have Implications for Social Media Free Speech
The court ruled that First Amendment protections don't apply to a corporation that operates a public access channel in New York.
Washington State Legalizes Composting of Human Remains
It's the first state to allow the practice, which is intended to be a more environmentally friendly alternative to traditional burial or cremation.
Opioids, Renewable Energy, and Fireballs: Stories You Might Have Missed This Week
Doctors are caught in an illicit opioid scheme, Washington State moves toward renewable energy, and a fireball lights up the Mid-Atlantic.
The FDA Issues Warnings to Online Abortion Pill Providers
The FDA writes that failure to immediately cease sales of unapproved versions of mifepristone and misoprostol may result in action.
Huawei Will Sue the U.S. for Banning Government Agencies From Using Its Products
The Chinese telecom company is expected to argue that it has been punished without trial, violating the Constitution.
Giant Bees and Tortoises, Gay Dads, FEMA Funding: Stories You Might Have Missed This Week
FEMA calls Trump's bluff, a study shows gay dads are excellent parents, and giant creatures are alive and well.
Bears Ears Now Has the Support of Its Home County's Leadership
The San Juan County commission voted two-to-one in favor of a resolution that rescinds the county's previous opposition to the monument and condemns its reduction by Donald Trump.
Elizabeth Warren Wants Child Care to Be Cheap or Free. What Are Americans Paying Now?
Massachusetts senator and 2020 Democratic hopeful Elizabeth Warren unveiled her plan for universal child care on Tuesday.
Measles Outbreak and California's Wet Weather: Stories You Might Have Missed This Week
A measles outbreak increases vaccination demand, a new bill would address the crisis of missing Native American women, and California's wet weather eases drought conditions.
Trump Will Nominate David Bernhardt to Be DOI Secretary
Democrats and environmental advocacy groups oppose Bernhardt's nomination due to his background as an oil and mining industry lobbyist.
Measles Outbreak, Australia Heat, Gay Panic Defense: Stories You Might Have Missed This Week
A measles outbreak hits the Northwest, Australia breaks heat records, and a fourth state mulls banning the gay panic defense.
Cats With Plague, Coffee in Trouble: Stories You Might Have Missed This Week
Global warming could affect your coffee buzz, Antarctic ice is fast disappearing, and cats in Wyoming are catching the bubonic plague.
A Public Lands Non-Profit Calls for All National Parks to Close Until the Shutdown Ends
National parks that remain open during the shutdown have seen a number of issues as a result of understaffing, including litter and vandalism.
Trump Has Yet to Nominate a DOI Secretary to Replace Ryan Zinke, So Here's Who's Taking Over
David Bernhardt, who will step in to fill the role, is a lawyer and lobbyist with strong fossil fuel and water industry ties.
One Congressman Stands in the Way of a Bill That Addresses the High Rates of Missing and Murdered Native Women
Savanna's Act passed the Senate unanimously. If it doesn't pass the House, it will be back to square one next session.