Police respond to aggression with force. Should they sometimes retreat?
A myriad of agenda changes regarding reproductive rights could surface with Republicans in the majority in Congress and a number of state legislatures.
2014 was officially the hottest year on record.
Data connections to outside vendors are raising questions about whether or not consumers' personal data entered into Healthcare.gov is really secure. There's been no evidence of misuse, but the availability of the data creates a potential risk for consumers.
Should SWAT teams be demolishing houses to serve warrants?
Yes, binge drinking is a problem on college campuses, but The Washington Post finds that there are significant errors in how the media and politicians have quantified the problem over the years.
Likely looking to cement his climate change legacy, the president will reveal a new plan to cut methane emissions from America's oil and gas industry.
A Charlotte Observer investigation found that North Carolina medical examiners routinely take shortcuts in investigating deaths, especially when it involves an elderly person.
Despite Mitt Romney thinking about running for president a third time, it's not inconceivable that he would do well in a Republican primary after considering the field of potential candidates.