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Attacks like the one in New York City can alter people's psychology and their politics.
Eight people are reported dead, and at least 15 are injured.
In the past month, women from ABC, Nickelodeon, and Amazon have also lodged complaints about inappropriate conduct at the office.
New research finds bringing that widely held idea to the surface reduces polarization and prejudice.
A look at past surveys of scientists and journalists shows relations have been deteriorating for some time, and have hit a new low under the Trump administration.
While states have been able to continue to run their CHIP programs in the interim using funds on hand, several states are on the verge of running out of money.
Natalia Veselnitskaya shared a memo with the prosecutor general months before her June 2016 meeting with Trump Jr.
Trump will declare the emergency under the Public Service Health Act.
Amid budget cuts from the Trump administration, the Department of the Interior wants to up entrance fees and use the revenue to repair aging infrastructure.
First Washington went after the nuclear deal, now it wants Iran-backed defenses against ISIS out of Iraq.