Don’t fall for this Hurricane Irma hoax video

Start questioning your media sources.

Betsy DeVos announces rollback of Obama-era Title IX sexual assault guidelines

DeVos said the Obama-era guidelines have "failed too many students."

Burning Man promises to disrupt the modern world. And yet the gender dynamics are all too familiar.

The Nevada arts festival can be incredible, innovative and enriching — but it can also peddle some of the worst gender and race dynamics.

Trump Jr.’s Senate testimony contradicts original justification for 2016 Russia meeting

Trump Jr. told Senate investigators he met with a Russian lawyer to evaluate Hillary Clinton's "fitness" for office.

Roger Stone says he’s suing organizers of cannabis forum for dropping him as keynote speaker

Stone says he's taking legal action against the event's organizers.

Yvonne Orji is on her way to becoming your favorite black funny woman

And if the 33-year-old 'Insecure' actress can help normalize the African experience along the way, even better.

Sexual assault survivor groups and advocates pan Betsy DeVos’ plan for Title IX

Sexual assault advocates say DeVos conflated the number of falsely accused with the number of sexual assault victims — and that she seemed to be unfamiliar with the guidance she attacked.

Equifax Data Leak: How to find out if you’re among the 143 million victims — and protect your credit

Equifax, one of the three major credit bureaus, announced an enormous data breach Thursday, with as many as 143 million Americans affected.

Trump administration files brief in support of baker who refused service to same-sex couple

“Even in an administration that has already made its hostility [clear], I find this nothing short of shocking.”

Meet Anita Green, the first out transgender pageant contestant to compete in Miss Montana USA

Anita Green is 26, lives in Missoula and has her eyes set on that crown.

Russia may have used Facebook to influence the 2016 election. That’s a page from the US playbook.

Many are outraged that Russia may have used Facebook to influence the 2016 U.S. election — but that's almost exactly what the U.S. did to Cuba in 2010.

If money were no object, where would you go on vacation? Here’s what most Americans say.

Your dream vacation may be cheaper than you think.

Here’s the weird way anger can affect your beliefs about money

Your beliefs about money are surprisingly suggestible, new research finds.

The best coffee shop in all 50 states

Instead of giving in to that recognizable green mermaid, check out these beloved, independent favorites and caffeinate like a local.

“They fail when we need them to act”: Immigrants and progressives slam Democrats’ deal with Trump

“Time and time again, Democratic leaders tell immigrants that relief from deportation would come someday down the road — and that someday never comes."

Inside what it really takes to produce a show at New York Fashion Week

Laurie DeJong, the CEO of the production company LDJ Productions, talks budget, timeline, virtual avatars and more.

Trump tells DACA recipients not to “worry,” after administration told them to prep for “departure”

Trump is once again undermining his earlier decision to end the program in six months, unless Congress acts.

In “unprecedented” move, Pentagon cuts ‘AP,’ ‘Reuters’ from James Mattis’ upcoming trip

“We’ve reached a point where there is now serious concern,” one source said.

Donald Trump Jr. is meeting with Senate investigators on Russia. Here’s what to expect.

The Trump Tower meeting between the president's son and a Kremlin-connected attorney who supposedly had Clinton dirt is expected to take center stage on Capitol Hill.

Kashmire Redd, transgender man, killed in fatal stabbing in New York state

Kashmire Redd's partner is being charged in his death.

Equifax breach: 3 senior staffers reportedly sold company stock days after data incident discovered

“Our goal can’t be simply to fix the problem and move on."