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Historians rated the US presidents on leadership qualities. If you're looking for Donald Trump's ranking, you'll have to wait until he leaves office.
The US is only a leader in tech because of foreign workers. Silicon Valley could have happened anywhere if it weren’t for one crucial visa.
Without the H-1B visa or foreign workers, the US would not be the leader in technology it is today.
The percent of women in science, tech, engineering, and math (STEM) was 24% in 2017. Congressman Marc Veasey explains why he is introducing a bill that would direct NASA and the National Science Foundation to provide funding to minority women and girls to pursue careers in STEM.
People are saying US democracy is falling apart — but it’s actually working like the Constitution intended it to
Two of the three branches of US government might currently be sputtering — if they're not completely broken — but there are other powerful engines the Constitution outlines that protect US democracy, and keep it moving forward.
Trump’s second appearance at the UN could make America lose even more political clout on the global stage
Next week Donald J. Trump returns to the United Nations for the annual opening of the UN General Assembly. Despite exceeding expectations at last year's assembly, he will encounter a more skeptical global audience next week, woke to the reality that his administration is all take and no give.
Opinion: Stormy Daniels uses "Toad" from Mario Kart to describe President Trump's penis in her upcoming book, and the fact that we're all laughing at it shows all is not lost in this democracy.
People will tell you that summer is the best season, or that fall is. Those people are wrong.
Trump hopes to jam Canada, Mexico and domestic free-trading interests into weakening NAFTA. He won't be able to pull it off. He should instead look for ways to strengthen the agreement.
It's been 17 years since the attacks of September 11, 2001. But for millions of Americans, haunting memories of that day are still fresh, and many lives were changed forever. Every year, we look back on that tragic day through the lenses of photographers who captured the attack and its aftermath.
Photos from the US National Archives show the moment when President George W. Bush learned that his nation was under attack.