A woman's sentencing statement about the man convicted of raping her at Stanford became a viral sensation through BuzzFeed and an unusual extended reading by a CNN anchor.
Hillary Clinton secured her status as presumptive nominee and took home California. Bernie Sanders said he will stay in the fight. And Donald Trump gave a scripted speech — an unusual move for him.
Tamanna died on Sunday, along with NPR photojournalist David Gilkey, when the Afghan convoy they were traveling in was attacked by Taliban fighters.
In his book Scapegoats, human rights lawyer Arsalan Iftikhar says Muslims are the newest group in the U.S. to be ostracized. But there is a long history of groups before them facing discrimination.
The Los Angeles Film Festival opened this week, showcasing the work of its most diverse roster of filmmakers yet. Film critic Carla Renata offers her take on the festival lineup.
From a check-in on the fallout of a devastating scandal to a look at safety efforts at zoos, these stories give us more detail on the news we thought we knew.
Anne Barnard of The New York Times and Thanassis Cambanis from The Century Foundation fell in love when they were reporting on the war in Iraq. Now based in Beirut, they continue to cover the region.
Disgruntled Republicans are looking to David French of the National Review to run an independent presidential campaign. David Greene talks to Jonah Goldberg of the National Review about his colleague.
What raised Trump's hackles this time was questions from The Washington Post about whether he had actually raised — and distributed — $6 million for veterans' causes, as he'd been claiming for months.