Trump’s trade policies are worrying economists
If there's one thing economists agree on: Trump’s trade policies are deeply flawed.
How a President Trump would change US foreign policy
It's not all about the wall.
You have to see these kids' drawings that were displayed at the RNC
Patriotism, racism, freedom, war. Here's how some of America's kids are thinking about grown-up themes.
Some Black Lives Matter activists plan not to vote in November
Hawk Newsome cares deeply about America's presidential election. But one thing the activist says he won't be doing in November is voting. For anyone.
As the GOP trashes China, Beijing warns of potential war with US
There is a common thread between the screeds coming from Beijing and Cleveland.
The workers who pick your summer berries are asking you not to buy them
Protests over working conditions at a farm in Washington state have been going on for three years. Here's why 2016 might be a turning point.
Will breadfruit be the next superfood?
Breadfruit has a long, sordid history. Now, researchers in Hawaii are hoping it can shake its past and help alleviate world hunger.
Meet a few of the bikers backing Donald Trump
Bikers for Trump gathered on Monday to show their support for the Republican presidential candidate. Here's why they back him.
Cleveland on security knife edge for Republican convention
Law enforcement agencies have thrown a ring of steel around downtown and anti-Trump demonstrators are protesting at the convention site.
Journalists got trained like war correspondents to cover the US conventions
Violence at Donald Trump rallies and the ubiquity of firearms at public events has prompted some news outlets to train their political reporters in conflict-zone survival.
Meet the young chefs behind these healthy, globally inspired recipes
These four creative cooks are talented, worldly, and all under 12.
Eyewitness who filmed Alton Sterling's death is suing the Baton Rouge police
The Yemeni store owner who filmed the shooting death of Alton Sterling is getting threats, struggling to sleep and losing customers. He holds the Baton Rouge police responsible.
He loved walking in Kingston, Jamaica. But in the US, it put him in danger.
When Garnette Cadogan moved from Kingston to New Orleans, he realized walking in the streets in the US was completely different from doing it in Jamaica.
How Barack Obama convinced African immigrants that their vote matters
What does it take to feel invested in American politics? For one immigrant from Cameroon: Barack Obama.
When it comes to police shootings, the US doesn't look like a developed nation
Fatal police shootings happen much, much more in the US than in other developed countries.
Prominent Black Lives Matter activist arrested
DeRay McKesson broadcasted his own arrest live on social media during a protest in Baton Rouge, Louisiana.
Obama to travel to Dallas
The US president will cut his European trip short to address the crisis at home.
Five tips on how to deal with trauma and the news
There's a program in Philadelphia that helps inner-city kids deal with trauma and PTSD. What they teach the children can also help you deal with the tragic news this week.
Arrests in US protests as racial tensions heat up
Police arrested scores of people in demonstrations overnight Saturday to Sunday in several US cities, as racial tensions simmer over the killing of black men by police.
These asylum-seekers are being forced to raise their kids in immigration 'jails'
Even short-term stays in immigration detention can be harmful to children, mental health experts say. So why does the US government still hold young asylum seekers?
Three students slain in Bangladesh attacks shared ties in the US
Among the victims of the terror attack in Dhaka were students from Bangladesh who were attending US colleges.
Obama slows Afghanistan pullout, 8,400 troops to stay
President Barack Obama on Wednesday put the brakes on the US pullout from Afghanistan, saying 8,400 troops will remain in the war-ravaged country into next year to tackle the threat from a resurgent Taliban.
I wanted to be bigger than Bill Gates — but then I fell in love with the blues
Aki Kumar left his home in Mumbai to work as a software engineer in Silicon Valley. But then, Kumar discovered American blues and everything changed.
NASA's Juno spacecraft orbits Jupiter
"We are there. We are in orbit. We conquered Jupiter," said Scott Bolton, NASA's principal investigator from the Southwest Research Institute in San Antonio, Texas.
Here's a little history behind your Fourth of July sausages
Throughout history, encased meat has been a human staple.
Nobel laureate and Holocaust survivor Elie Wiesel dies
The renowned writer and Nobel peace laureate worked to keep alive the memory of Jews slaughtered during World War II.
The ozone layer is bouncing back
Scientists say Earth's protective ozone layer is finally starting to recover from the assault by human-made chemicals in the 20th century.
There's a Tibetan dialect called 'Mustang,' and it's staying alive in the US
More than 130 different languages are spoken in America's most diverse neighborhood.
One US city is reframing sea-level rise as an opportunity
Businesses, universities, and even the local government in Norfolk, Virginia, want to make money off of climate change.
Volkswagen agrees to $14.7 billion payout in US emissions probe
Under the terms of the settlement the German auto giant will either buy back or fix the cars that tricked pollution tests, and pay each owner up to $10,000 in cash.
The challenges of burying a mass murderer
Omar Mateen killed innocent people. Now his final resting place has become a source of controversy.