Phoenix is facing a double heat and housing crisis that is falling hardest on people who have to suffer the sun.
A group of worst-case scenario planners — mostly Democrats, but also some anti-Trump Republicans — have been gaming out how to respond to various doomsday options for the 2020 presidential election.
While some of the encounters have been reported publicly before, the Navy records are an official accounting of the incidents, including descriptions from the pilots of what they saw.
The president’s tweeting was once a sideshow. But it transformed how he exerted power, leaving the White House and Twitter to grapple over whether, and how, to rein it in.
From 2010 to 2017, Letcher County in Kentucky saw a greater shift in the gender balance of its labor force than almost any other county in the United States.
Colorado’s first-in-the-nation experiment with legalized marijuana has infused the drug into almost every corner of life.
She nearly became Georgia’s governor. She might run for senator or president. But she’d probably trade it all for the bridge on the Enterprise.
As the country nears the end of its third week of a government shutdown, the nation’s capital has borne the brunt of its consequences.
President Trump has been repeatedly told by aides that his cellphone calls are not secure from foreign spies. But he has refused to heed the warnings to stop talking.
The revelations have not only prompted personal reckonings but also fueled a larger debate on Hispanic and Native American identity.
Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella went to Hyderabad Public School, Begumpet, a private school in southern India. So did the CEOs of Adobe and Mastercard.
Ben Shapiro, who has been called the voice of the conservative millennial movement, is trying to define conservatism at a time when its meaning is up for grabs.
Justin Canha, a young artist with autism, prepares for life as an independent adult. Links to special features with Mr. Canha and his art can be found in the article text.