A majority of poll participants said they trust the media more than Trump — but it's still too close for comfort.
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Mack Beggs, 17, isn't allowed to compete in the boys' league because of a statewide policy for public schools.
"These laws are in part about bathrooms, but they are really about whether we want trans people to exist in public space."
Witches around the world are planning to put a "binding" spell on Trump to prevent him from doing harm.
The 1950s called. They want their sign back.
An even more overwhelming majority believes the country's commitment to NATO is of the utmost importance.
The Trump administration is expected to hand down a new guidance on Wednesday.
The pontiff has a pointed message for Trump about his immigration policies.
James Green said giving women equal pay would mean taking wages out of men's pockets and keep women away from the home.
Trump overturned a rule that stopped miners from dumping coal into streams as part of an effort to revive the coal industry.
Women's gymnastics coach Kathie Klages insisted vaginal penetration was part of the doctor's treatment for back pain.
A scientist who worked on the project believes the idea may work.
Consumers are quickly learning that an America without immigrants is, indeed, no America at all.
'Time' just dealt a harsh blow to Donald Trump — just a few months after the magazine dubbed him its Person of the Year.
The women's strike is transforming International Women's Day into "A Day Without a Woman."
Arizona's correctional facilities have a shortage of lethal injection drugs — so officials proposed attorneys supply their own.
A graphic tee-wearing boy with two first names? Yeah — he's a fuckboy.
When will the U.S. government acknowledge its own forced separation of Native American families?
Flynn admitted to discussing Russian sanctions in a December phone call with the Russian ambassador to the U.S.
A new study says humans have rendered nature's impact on the climate "negligible."
Participants who wore a police uniform demonstrated biased attention against people wearing hoodies.
Higbie could be taking on a communications role in the Trump administration.
An ICE official said the raids were routine, but admitted that operations in LA, NY and Chicago weren't "entirely coincidental."
Officials, however, did not confirm any of the "salacious" details of the report.
A Homeland Security spokesperson said the operation was "routine," but the raids feel ominous in Trump's America.