A new study from More in Common builds on decades of research on partisan misperceptions of others' socio-political views, aka the 'perception gap.'
The Ed Buck verdict came exactly four years after Gemmel Moore, 26, died of a methamphetamine overdose in Buck's West Hollywood apartment
President Barack Obamas anti-lobbyist personnel policy has claimed another victim. Mark Gitenstein, the top choice to head the Justice Department office that oversees legal policy and judicial...
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CHARLESTON — With the rest of the country taking a chance to catch its breath after the announcement of a $26 billion settlement with some opioid firms, Huntington and Cabell
The Long Island case marks the first time a jury will hear allegations that drugmakers and distributors flooded the U.S. with painkillers and fueled a health crisis.
In a phone interview, state Rep. Jewell Jones described the venue of the meeting as a "lounge" and said he wasn't sure if it was a strip club.
Steve Ricchetti's brother Jeff lobbied the National Security Council on behalf of General Motors in the second quarter.
Austria’s Anna Kiesenhofer escapes early to fend off a confused Dutch superteam and capture gold.
A new law designed to regulate artificial intelligence in Europe could end up costing the EU economy 31 billion euros ($36 billion) over the next five years.