The presidential campaign by the senator from Vermont has drawn crowds that have surprised even him.
Some see a natural retail politician. Others just see a glib pitchman.
Faced with steadily declining membership, a Southern Baptist church in Tennessee makes a decision once unthinkable in the heart of the Bible Belt: selling to an Arab congregation.
Festac was called Little London. Now it is decaying, and residents are bracing for election-related violence.
The teacher was taken from a school compound by five armed men, probably for ransom, officials say.
With its most competitive election since 1999 stalled, Nigerians wonder if democracy will endure.
Kelvin Cook, 33, is one of thousands across the country moving from an adult care facility to life on his own, with all its complications.
Almost a year ago, Creigh Deeds’s mentally ill son attacked him with a knife before committing suicide. Now the Virginia state senator struggles with unending what-ifs.
Yale law professor Eugene Fidell said he met with the soldier last week and would be present when he is interviewed by Army.
His family wants to help but he can’t be involuntarily committed. They can only hope he gets better — or worse.