The U.S. military says an airstrike killed four al-Shabab militants near Somalia’s capital
Has Trump's pledge to "make America great again" figured into his foreign policy so far?
In “Hotel Scarface,” journalist Roben Farzad recounts the story of the Mutiny Hotel.
One of the changes in the GOP tax code involves a tax rate called the "pass-through rate."
John Yang sits with Karine Jean-Pierre and Chris Buskirk to discuss the state of politics.
Homeowners are already scrambling to take advantage of current deductions.
News Wrap: Wind chill warnings stretch across Eastern U.S.
Technology in 2017 may have inspired more skepticism than the awe or optimism of the past.
The God worshipped by Swedish churchgoers is getting a new gender-neutral update.
Some say that Russia is still mounting intelligence operations in the U.S.
States from North Dakota to Maine bundled up for brutal wind chills after snow fell.
"Tap dance is the dance of creating music," says Michelle Dorrance.
Marvin Kalb chronicles his experience living there as a young American.
Karl Ove Knausgaard sits down with Jeffrey Brown too discuss his book, “Autumn."
Amy Walter and Tamara Keith join John Yang to discuss the week in politics.
How did the ‘war on Christmas’ become a political rallying cry?
Chicago has the highest population of Rohingya refugees in the country.
The U.S Military continued the Christmas tradition and performed the Carol of the bells.
The world is 'drowning' in trash. But can it be a resource?
After a spate of exits, what is the future of the EPA?