Harvey Weinstein, once one of the most powerful men in Hollywood, was convicted of sexual assault and rape. Does his trial signify the success of the #MeToo movement?
After his big win in Nevada, Sen. Bernie Sanders looks like the prohibitive favorite to win the Democratic presidential nomination. Is the primary already over or can he be beat?
Amazon founder Jeff Bezos announced he would commit $10 billion of his own money "to explore new ways of fighting the devastating impact of climate change." The Bezos Earth Fund will finance scientists, activists and organizations working to "preserve and protect the natural world."
The U.S. government is trying to stop Chinese telecommunications giant Huawei from dominating the 5G market. The outcome of the dispute could change the future of the internet.
President Trump issued out 11 pardons and commutations, some of them to high-profile people convicted of white collar crimes. What was the president's goal in exercising his pardon power in this way?
Former New York City mayor Michael Bloomberg has surged in polls of the Democratic presidential primary. Can his big-spending campaign lead all the way to the White House?
The coronavirus that has caused more than 1,300 deaths in China is also dragging the country's economy to a crawl. Will the impact spread to the rest of the world?
At one point, Elizabeth Warren looked like she may be the frontrunner in the Democratic primary. Now her campaign appears to be on life support. What happened?
President Trump's comments downplaying the severity of brain injuries suffered by American troops echo a long-standing attitude that head trauma isn't as important as bodily injury.
The booming economy may be President Trump's strongest asset heading into the election. Does he deserve credit for the country's success or is he coasting off of Barack Obama's momentum?
The Iowa caucuses started off Democratic presidential primary voting on a chaotic foot. Was it a one-time snafu or will the election see more confusion down the road?
The impeachment process is nearly finished. Did Democrats succeed in their goal to paint President Trump as corrupt, or has their investigation backfired?
The poor future prospects of traditional livestock farming have led scientists to search for an alternative way to meet the world's protein needs. A popular suggestion is making insects part of the average diet.
A deadly outbreak that started in China has spread to countries around the world. Are world leaders making the right choices in their efforts to stem the epidemic?
In his upcoming book, former national security advisor John Bolton makes claims that directly undercut the president's impeachment defense. Will the accusations upend the process?
Voting in the Democratic presidential primary start off in Iowa. Some argue that having a mostly-white state go first has a negative impact on the race. Should Iowa lose its spot as first to vote?
Experts working for the United Nations have accused Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman of hacking a phone belonging to Amazon founder Jeff Bezos. What happens next?
Few believe there's a real chance impeachment will lead to President Trump being removed from office. But the process could put the Republican Senate majority at risk in the next election
Apple is refusing to unlock the phones of a Saudi Air Force officer who killed three people at a Florida naval base. Is Apple holding back justice, or is the company right to defend user privacy?
The Houston Astros cheated en route to winning the World Series title in 2017. Should their championship be erased from the record books?
A recent push to eliminate cash bail for people suspected of crimes has received intense pushback by those who say the reforms let dangerous criminals go free. Is ending cash bail the right choice?
Iraq's parliament recently voted to expel American troops from within its borders, but the U.S. says it has no plans to leave. Is it time to fully withdraw troops from Iraq?
Harry and Meghan's announcement that they were stepping back from royal duties sent shockwaves through the monarchy. What caused them to walk away?