Facebook's oversight board declined to make a decision on whether to reinstate the former president's account. Should he be allowed to return or booted from the platform forever?
The Food and Drug Administration announced plans to ban the flavor, which is especially popular among Black smokers, but critics say the decision will do little to reduce smoking-related illnesses.
The once-a-decade count increased the political power of red states at the expense of blue states, but some experts say Democrats were lucky the shift wasn't even bigger.
For the first time in more than 60 years, Cuba has a leader not named Castro. Does the change provide President Biden a chance to end decades of hostility with America's island neighbor?
Vaccine mandates raise a number of logistical and ethical issues, but supporters say it's worth the effort to keep campuses safe in the fall.
Optimists say new training programs would provide officers the skills they need to respond without violence, but skeptics say more drastic reforms are needed.
Digital currencies like Bitcoin have grown into a multi-trillion dollar industry. Are they primed to become a true alternative to traditional money?
Will the conviction of George Floyd's killer mark a new era of accountability for law enforcement or will the status quo remain in tact?
Adding justices could be a way to counter the new 6-3 conservative majority, but some fear partisan gamesmanship would threaten the legitimacy of the nation's highest court.
Scientists say cross-species embryos could lead to breakthroughs that save countless lives, but new advances in the field raise major ethical questions.
Just 47 percent of Americans say they are members of a church, synagogue, mosque or other house of worship — the lowest rate in more than 80 years.
His position as the most conservative Democrat in a Senate with a 50-50 partisan split gives him enormous sway over which elements of Biden’s legislative agenda become law.
Traffic stops are the most common way Americans interact with the police. Does it make sense to have armed officers enforcing traffic laws?
Workers at an Amazon warehouse in Alabama voted against forming a union in an election that had garnered national attention for what it might signal about the future of organized labor in America.
Compared to trains in other developed countries, the U.S. rail system is downright sluggish. But would a system of ultra-fast trains make sense for America?
Executives from some of America's biggest companies have condemned Georgia's restrictive new voting law. Is it right for them to weigh in or should they stay out of political debates?
Supporters say the $2 trillion proposal represents a massive investment in the economy of the future, but critics argue it's a recipe for tax hikes and wasteful spending.
Attempts to thwart North Korea's nuclear ambitions by the past three presidents have largely been a failure. Can Biden do anything to reduce Pyongyang's arsenal?
Environmentalists and Native American groups celebrated Biden's choice to cancel the controversial pipeline, but critics say the economy will suffer.
Supporters say the district's residents are denied equal representation. Opponents argue that the Founding Fathers always intended the capital to be independent.
Attempts to pass gun control measures after mass shootings have consistently stalled in Congress. Will this time be any different?
Former President Trump made a deal to end America's longest war by May 1. But a spike in Taliban-led violence has many experts questioning that timeline.
“Every college has a public health responsibility to require its students to be vaccinated.”
“While the vast majority of students will likely get the vaccine, schools should honor the decisions of the few who object.”
“A vaccinated campus could be the step toward normality that college leaders are seeking.”
“College students are mobile and spread COVID-19 with them whenever they travel.”
“There almost certainly are going to be legal challenges because the anti-vaccine movement is already preparing for them.”