Well, it looks like Donald Trump, the presumptive Republican presidential nominee, will name Indiana Gov. Mike Pence as his vice president choice.
Politics aside, much has been made in recent days about violent crime in America as the Black Lives Matter movement and the deaths of five Dallas officers have dominated cable news.
Turns out that anti-smoking advocates who feared that the popularity of e-cigarettes among young Americans would see a rise in more smoking or nicotine exposure are right.
Today's must reads on a violent week in which two men (one in Louisiana, another in Minnesota) have been shot and killed by police and the racial tensions that have erupted, again.
Today is the Fourth of July, the day we celebrate America's independence from Britain's King George. So if you have a few moments between fireworks and your afternoon cookout, here are a few must-reads for this truly American holiday.
When it comes to inserting odd provisions into congressional bills, both parties, Democrats and Republicans, are guilty. But there is this:
Today's Supreme Court ruling concerning Texas is a huge victory for pro-choice advocates in the United States. It also sets up potential rulings for other states -- such as Alabama -- that have onerous abortion regulations.
There's an old-fashioned sit-in led by congressional Democrats in the U.S. House of Representatives this morning. Here's how the LA Times starts its story:
We admit we were skeptical when ESPN announced it would air a multi-part series documented the life and times of O.J. Simpson. His murder trial is more than 20 years old and it seemed like there wasn't much more to be discovered, especially in a documentary that clocked in at almost eight hours.
Donald Trump's run for president has been assisted by a generous helping of news coverage. Meanwhile, reporting on Hillary Clinton's bid has been overwhelmingly negative. Those are a couple of the finding in a new Harvard Kennedy School’s Shorenstein Center on Media, Politics and Public Poli…