Running for office, writing letters to the editor, feeling frustrated — here's what readers are doing six months after the March for Science.

The March for Science will file paperwork this week to become a registered nonprofit.

The Army sergeant, held captive by the Taliban for five years, now faces life in prison.

The group was asked to make recommendations to the FAA on U.S. policy on drones, but some complain that industry insiders have an outsize role.

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A look at three arguments you'll hear a lot.

Women outscored men on three of four traits suggesting “potential” — attributes many companies don't measure.

The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, a watchdog agency, has moved to block such clauses.

Halloween is just around the corner but these pets are already rocking their costumes.

The telecommunications giant seeks to bolster cloud-based teleconferencing services.

All but seven states, most of southern Canada and parts of Mexico cross their fingers for 50,000 jobs.

Fidelity has ousted two senior executives in recent weeks after they were accused of sexual harassment.

New Freddie Mac study shows only 4 percent of apartments are affordable for America's poorest families

Myeshia Johnson spoke out about President Trump's condolence call to her after her husband, Sgt. LaDavid Johnson, was killed in Niger on Oct. 4.

Trump disputed her account, characterizing his conversation with Sgt. La David Johnson's widow as “very respectful.”

A Duke professor finds answers to a question that startled him years ago while reading Kant.

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McCain's point was about economics as much as about Trump.

Bob Reid knew that wildfires were a possibility where he lives in Santa Rosa, Calif., so he studied firefighting techniques over the years. Now that fire finally reached his doorstep, Reid felt prepared to protect his home.

A Trinity College professor wondered why the school fell this year on the list. The reason, he found, had to do with Trinity's recent decision not to require the SAT and ACT.

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"There is so much feeling of racial injustice around the issue of punishment. And you have to understand that those feelings have a history -- and that history is Parchman Farm."

Sherin Mathews's father claims he sent her alone into an alley when she wouldn't drink her milk.

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