Vox sums up gun violence in America, in 17 maps and charts.
McCarthy’s GOP critics see opening after Benghazi blunder.
Was Russia’s hosting of Jill Stein at a 2015 dinner in Moscow another form of its meddling in the election?
Shooting in Oregon: So far in 2015, we’ve had 274 days and 294 mass shootings.
New York Times Tom Friedman writes in defense of President Barack Obama’s policy on Syria.
It’s sleazy, it’s totally illegal, and yet it could become the future of retirement.
In the NY Times Magazine Cover Story, Mark Leibovich asks where Donald Trump’s political adventure ends.
Lloyd Grove lunches with Roger Waters to discuss The Wall.
New York Times writer reprimanded for crude tweet to New York Post scribe.
Buzz Aldrin says water on Mars is another small step for Humankind.
Ron Fournier writes that voters are tired of Clinton controversies and their side effects: deflection, deception, derision, and division.
800,000 at papal Mass in Philadelphia? Count Again. Maybe just 140,000.