Trump lashes out ahead of House vote to condemn his racist tweets

The president insisted his tweets were not racist and urged fellow Republicans not to fall into a “trap” by voting on the Democratic-backed resolution.

White identity politics drives Trump, and the Republican Party under him

The president’s attacks made clear that his reelection campaign will feature the same mix of white grievance and anti-immigrant nativism that helped him win in 2016.

Pelosi knocks White House debt limit plan, putting pressure on late-stage budget talks

Lawmakers and the Trump administration are trying to broker a deal with just days left before Congress plans to leave for the summer.
Astronaut Buzz Aldrin stands near the U.S. flag on the moon July 20, 1969. (NASA/Reuters)
Astronaut Buzz Aldrin stands near the U.S. flag on the moon July 20, 1969. (NASA/Reuters)

50 years after Apollo, conspiracy theorists are still howling at the ‘moon hoax’

Evidence that the Apollo 11 lunar landing was real is exactly what a conspiracist would expect NASA to manufacture. So the theory that it was faked never dies.

Justice Dept. will not bring charges against police in death of Eric Garner

A videotaped takedown of Garner in New York five years ago — including his gasps of “I can’t breathe” — became a rallying cry for those advocating for change in law enforcement's treatment of minorities.
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In an all-employee meeting Tuesday, senior Trump administration officials outlined the Interior Department's reorganization plan.
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The Census Bureau sent a test questionnaire that includes the query to nearly a quarter of a million households.
Pyongyang warned that planned military exercises involving U.S. and South Korean forces would jeopardize proposed disarmament talks with Washington.
The Technology 202
Representatives from Facebook, Google, Amazon and Apple will testify for the first time in House lawmakers’ probe into whether the tech industry has grown too powerful.
The show has teased Hannah Brown’s quote for weeks — and it arrived as she eliminated one contestant for trying to shame her for other relationships.
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Nice prices for domestic travel are forecast through summer, but rising oil prices could have an effect on costs a year from now, says a data scientist at a fare-prediction app.
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One of America’s top climate scientists is an evangelical Christian. She’s on a mission to persuade skeptics.

Faith in God is central to Katharine Hayhoe’s life. But when it comes to fighting climate change, “the answer is up to us.”
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Mosquitoes. Drunks. Traffic. Rain. And the audio is actually terrible. Maybe it’s time to stay home.
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