House Speaker Nancy Pelosi told NPR "there is nothing anyplace" that says a president can't be indicted.
Thousands gathered in Chicago to protest inaction on climate change. Newsy spoke with organizers and demonstrators.
The U.S. will reportedly help develop an asylum system in El Salvador, a country with one of the highest murder rates in the world.
The acting DHS secretary said "targeted violence within our borders that is more diverse than at any time since the 9/11 attacks."
Facebook says the suspensions stem from an investigation into how developers use its members' data.
KFC is test marketing a sandwich that wedges a breaded chicken breast between two donuts, triggering quips over the national well-being.
The FAA did not disclose anything about the performance of the updated flight controls.
Jonte Lee explains chemistry to his students while relating it to their everyday lives.
"Opportunity bargains" are neighborhoods where you can live affordably while achieving upward mobility.
A Newsy investigation finds an unusual lack of national safety rules and industry standards for the popular standing electric scooters.
The gun maker's CEO said the current gun market and a slew of military and law enforcement contracts are behind the decision.