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On March 16, 1968, Bobby Kennedy announced he would challenge sitting President Lyndon Johnson for the Democratic nomination for president.
Past rhetoric between U.S. presidents and North Korean leaders has been both optimistically diplomatic and sharply confrontational. Will Trump’s trip set a new tone?
One man. Two women. A broken engagement. Then a new engagement — and our next Bachelorette.
Among the highlights were historical firsts and snap-worthy quotes from women and people of color.
Andra Day lay down on the red carpet, Jordan Peele wore a deer pin and Rita Moreno recycled a 56-year-old dress.
Like the ‘bomb cyclone’ several months ago, this weather event is bringing strong winds, heavy rain and snow to a large swath of the east coast.
The next forum, in Los Angeles, aims to bring together those energized by the Women's March, #MeToo Movement and nonpartisan issues of gender equality
Each day since the massacre has solidified their unwelcome status as members of the most horrible club — survivors of a mass shooting. Now they have to try to be high-schoolers again.
Graham was charismatic and funny, animated but also subdued. He was found dead at his home Feb. 21. Graham was 99.
Purdue Pharma ran an unprecedented, aggressive and multi-faceted marketing campaign from 1996 to the early 2000s that helped kickstart the nation’s current opioid crisis.