As Ukrainian forces fight a late-summer counterattack to wrest the southern province of Kherson from Russian control, Russian President Vladimir Putin is learning a lesson that many political leaders have learned before: War is often much longer and costlier than anticipated.
One in three people in need of abortion will consider doing something on their own to end the pregnancy if they are unable to get an abortion at a clinic.
Local election officials are trying to share voting information with the public on social media but may be missing some key platforms - and the voters who use them.
Mikhail Gorbachev was a contradictory figure; his legacy, complex.
The war in Ukraine is helping one country achieve its foreign policy and national security objectives, but it's neither Russia nor Ukraine.
More than 450 people are dying of COVID-19 in the U.S. each day as of late August 2022.
For contentious issues like abortion, as well as in other high-profile instances, state legislatures do not always represent public preferences within their states.
Even if all the greenhouse gas emissions driving global warming ceased today, scientists find that Greenland's ice loss under current temperatures will raise global sea level by at least 10.8 inches (27.4 centimeters).
About 9 million clean energy jobs will be created over the next decade.