'Treason' is the only crime specifically defined in the US Constitution. The word is being used a lot these days, and a law professor says no one actually appears to know what treason is.
An unprecedented onslaught from the US hasn't destroyed the terrorist organization. What is the secret of its resilience?
More than two dozen states and cities are suing over a controversial new citizenship question.
Violence against journalists is on the rise. Many people don't realize that such acts have a long tradition in the US, where partisan rancor was once a hallmark of American journalism.
The allegations raised in a book on the Trump administration by Bob Woodward and an anonymous op-ed would be enough to get most CEOs fired.
Efforts to keep the city segregated led to one of the largest civil rights rebellions of the 1960s, and interactions between citizens and police turned deadly.
Revelations about the president's behavior in a new book and an unsigned op-ed, writes a Yale psychiatrist, support what she and mental health specialists have warned: Trump is dangerously unstable.
Kavanaugh thinks judges 'must be an umpire – a neutral and impartial arbiter.' So does Chief Justice Roberts. But more liberal jurists believe that the application of the law is inherently subjective.
If the vice president and Cabinet decide that the president cannot discharge the powers and duties of his office, they can displace him.
How did governments get the power to limit people's movements in the first place? A historian explains.
The evidence in the report is compelling, but experts explain there are many barriers to global leaders taking action.
Fleeing economic collapse, around 2.3 million Venezuelans have left the country over the past few years.
While Donald Trump's election may seem to US voters to present unprecedented questions of legitimacy, such questions were first asked more than a century ago, in an election that turned on bicycles.
How politicians have won over voters through the art of the comeback throughout history.