The former VP badly needs a decisive win in South Carolina, but he's bleeding support, especially with Black voters.
The U.S. president and the Indian prime minister are challenging democracy at home ― and facing new opposition.
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From California to New York, local laws add to the cost of your Uber ride.
"There is no way to place my wife’s coffee order at Starbucks without feeling like I need to apologize afterwards."
It's time to have a conversation about what women go through physically when they lose a pregnancy.
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“We are faced with a watershed moment in the case of the coronavirus,” South Korea's president said earlier this month.
The singer played Beethoven’s “Moonlight Sonata" after Rob Pelinka shared the song's significance to the Bryant family.
The driver - who witnesses said appeared to be targeting children - was arrested.
Besides tagging along with dad on the taxpayers' dime.
Joseph Oldendorf's knees were bloodied and raw from crawling, but he said the thought of his family kept him moving.
The law makes Virginia the 23rd state to ban sentencing youths to life without the possibility of parole.
All that 84-year-old Mary Ann Wakfield needed to do to win a new car was sink a putt across the entire court.
This verdict is empowering but won't fix a broken system.
“I would challenge #metoo & ask them to go back 400 years and tarnish the names of those oppressors that raped slaves."
More than 79,000 people worldwide have been infected by the new coronavirus.
It's the latest early childhood plan from a 2020 Democratic candidate and it could be the biggest.
The late night host implored the crowd to "be grateful for the time we had" and "for the time we have left."