Two legal scholars explain what's causing the USPS mail delays, what they mean for the election and the agency's deeper financial problems.
Much remains unknown so far about an alleged plot to kidnap Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer, but five themes will remain relevant no matter how events unfold.
The CDC's sweeping eviction moratorium leaves more questions than answers – as well as concerns that it merely pushes the problem into winter.
A nonprofit law expert explains the federal case against the former Trump adviser.
There is a lot of confusion and concern around asymptomatic spread of SARS-C0V-2. An infectious disease expert explains how many people are asymptomatic and how they can spread the virus.
Due to a 'once-in-a-century crisis,' five big foundations are spending more of their assets on grants than usual. Some are issuing bonds to finance their extra support for nonprofits.
The National Guard may be the least understood branch of the US military. A National Guard attorney and military law professor explains how it works.
Most commercial hand sanitizers are mainly alcohol, but forget about hitting the liquor store and mixing your own.
An online education expert explains the challenges schools will face as they go virtual.
A workplace scholar addresses some common questions workers may have about taking time off due to COVID-19.
The Fed cut interest rates by half a percentage point in hopes of calming investors. A finance professor explains why it seems to have failed.
The war in Syria has reached a crisis point, with close to 400,000 deaths and more than 11 million people displaced.
From being subjected to harassment and threats to getting assaulted or having their cars keyed, many American teachers are being victimized.
The World Health Organization has said the coronavirus is not yet a pandemic. That raises a question: just what is a pandemic? An expert explains.
The Never Again Education Act is meant to make Holocaust education more prominent in America's schools. A scholar of Holocaust studies explains why that's necessary.
The US and other countries set up the modern system of international law after World War II. Does the US killing of an Iranian general violate those laws? What about Iran's attack on US bases in Iraq?
The Trump administration is demanding that Japan and South Korea pay more for hosting U.S. troops.
The United States is the only developed, democratic country that has a political culture of selling ambassadorships.
Now that the NCAA will allow college athletes to seek paid endorsements, questions abound about how the players will be able to cash in on those deals. An expert on student athletes weighs in.
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell is known as a master of Senate rules. If the House impeaches President Trump, what could he do to influence the process – and outcome – of a trial?