Angela Wright, who was denied a chance to testify at the 1991 Clarence Thomas hearings, talks about the latest allegations of sexual misconduct against a Supreme Court nominee, this time Brett Kavanaugh.
NaShonda Cooke, a teacher at Carroll Middle School in Raleigh, is on the cover of the Sept. 24, 2018 edition of Time magazine that shares the stories of 13 educators on how it is to make a living. Cooke says she wants a livable wage.
Some polls suggest that Democrats could take control of the House in November and Democrats already have a list of issues they want to investigate. And activists want to line up impeachment proceedings.
French far-right leader Marine Le Pen is refusing to undergo a court-ordered psychiatric exam for tweeting brutal images of Islamic State violence, comparing the demand to methods used in totalitarian regimes.
A massive landslide buried dozens of homes near a central Philippine mountain, killing at least 21 people and sending rescuers scrambling to find survivors after some sent cellphone text messages pleading for help.
Even as the White House has seized on crimes committed by those living in the U.S. illegally as proof of the need for an immigration crackdown, agents are increasingly apprehending people with no criminal records at all.
A beaming South Korean President Moon Jae-in has returned home from a whirlwind three-day summit with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un and told reporters that Kim wants a quick follow-up summit with U.S. President Donald Trump.