Oil tax money pays for everything from roads to education in Texas. With prices slumping badly, how bad could it get?
The leader of a mosque in Michigan shares his thoughts on the president's visit and the issue of anti-Muslim sentiment.
That's in light of the recent decision to lift restrictions on women in all combat positions. The two military leaders made the remarks at a Senate Armed Services Committee hearing.
The census showed no Christians in 1951. Today there are nearly 400,000. One reason: Some evangelical groups offer aid — desperately needed after the earthquake — and also seek converts.
If your twee-dar's going off, it's because the Philly band's "For You" video is as cute as a one-inch button pinned to a thrift-store jacket.
The National Academy of Sciences says the experimental procedure needs to be proven safe, and even then should only be tried with male embryos because of concerns about passing down genetic errors.
Ted Cruz emerged victorious from the Iowa Republican caucuses. But what happened between Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders? Was it a win or a tie?
Also: President Obama will visit a mosque in Baltimore today; the FBI is investigating the Flint water contamination crisis; and DNA traces are found from Marines killed in two helicopter crashes.
Sundance may be just one part of a much bigger puzzle, but filmmakers of color say it has an important role to play.
At Wednesday's hearing, lawyers for the convicted murderer are set to present an alibi witness and inconsistencies in cellphone data — issues with his case that were revealed by the popular podcast.
The CDC reported the first case of sexually transmitted Zika virus in the U.S. related to the current outbreak. It's happened before. Here's what we know about how the virus could move between people.
The Kentucky Republican senator is suspending his campaign after a disappointing finish in Iowa to focus on his Senate re-election.
The next time you hear a scientist say something like "The more we know about the universe, the less important we become," beg to differ: The reality is precisely the opposite, says Marcelo Gleiser.
The virtuoso singer-guitarist from Niger returns with a rocking "desert blues" eulogy for traditional Tuareg ways.
The leaking well near Porter Ranch, Calif., has been spewing methane gas into the air for months now. The company already faces civil suits; now, prosecutors are filing misdemeanor criminal charges.
"Simplistic or poorly constructed tests," says John King, "just take away from critical learning time."
The new hatchback, which hasn't been launched yet, was named Zica. That was before the virus by the same name exploded as a public health emergency.
With wit and subtle anecdote, Sayed Kashua explores the meaning of identity, prejudice and everyday life as an Arab-Israeli newspaper writer living in Jerusalem.
Since swans have enjoyed royal protection for more than 800 years, there's not a lot locals can do. Some villagers are fending off the swans with hoses, according to Metro UK.
Intel is revealing more details about its diversity goals — the ones the chipmaker has met and failed to meet — than any other Silicon Valley giant to date.